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Verizon Wireless, which was denied a setback variance by the Oregon Board of Zoning Appeals this year to locate a cell phone tower on city owned property on Cedar Point Road, has proposed another site in the same area.
The new location is also on city owned property behind Oregon’s water treatment plant on North Curtice Road.
An estimated $16,000 worth of specialty tires were stolen recently from a Genoa car dealership.
Thieves stole 16 Mag tires from mostly pickup trucks and a few cars on display at the Genoa Chevrolet parking lot on Ohio 51, Genoa Police Chief Robert Bratton said.
Oregon police are investigating the death of a man who was found unconscious at 1131 Earlwood following an alleged physical altercation with his 21-year-old son, Jacob, on Nov. 3, Police Chief Mike Navarre said at a committee of the whole meeting on Monday.
Life Squad 8 was dispatched to the scene at 6:18 p.m. in the belief that assistance was needed for a “medical problem,” said Navarre.
Oregon City Council on Monday will consider accepting a bid for the Phase II Stadium Road Bikeway project.
Of the 10 bids that were opened by the city on Oct. 25, Eclipse Company, LLC, of Warensville Heights, Ohio, had the lowest and best at $479,075.86.
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