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FirstEnergy management estimates 80 jobs will be terminated at the Bay Shore Plant in Oregon when three coal-burning units are shut down later this year while about 70 employees working at the plant’s fluidized bed boiler unit, which burns petroleum coke from a nearby oil refinery, won’t be affected by the closings.
The company announced last week its generation subsidiaries will retire six coal-fired plants in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Maryland by Sept. 1, citing new U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Mercury and Air Toxics standards (MATS) and other regulations.
Pastor Dan Beaudoin of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Stony Ridge is heading to Haiti for nine days of missionary work, Feb. 3-12.
In 2010, an earthquake with seismic magnitude of 7 left one million people homeless, killed an estimated 316,000, and another 300,000 were injured. The government of Haiti estimated that 250,000 residences and 30,000 commercial buildings collapsed or were severely damaged.
The Village of Genoa is expected to benefit soon from its relationship with the Fremont Energy Center.
“We will be buying power from them at a discounted rate,” Village Administrator Kevin Gladden said, adding the move is made possible through the village’s membership in American Municipal Power Inc.
The former Coy Elementary School, built in 1926 at the corner of Pickle and Wheeling, was demolished at the end of last week.
“Unfortunately, the old building had deteriorated to the point of being unsalvageable,” said Dean Sandwisch, director of business affairs for the Oregon City Schools District.
The Oregon school board will continue to “tweak” the number of stops made by the new bus shuttle providing transportation to Clay High School students.
“The route itself was a beginning point,” P.J. Kapfhammer, who was elected to the school board last November, said on Wednesday. “We’re still tweaking it.”
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