biggestweek2014cover
MedDirCover
HousingHeaderSmall
EMBCCover 

 linkedinfacebooktwitter

WTOLLogo1

Fox1

Home
Pages of the Press
Northwood - 2010 marked mostly by budget cuts, downsizing
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Thursday, 20 January 2011 16:00

Following a year of austere budget tightening measures, Northwood ended 2010 with a balanced budget, Mayor Mark Stoner said in his state of the city address last week.

“The message for 2011 is one of both challenge and confidence,” said Stoner.

“Just like our citizens, the city has been adversely affected by the economic downturn of the last few years. To meet the various challenges, council and I have had to make difficult decisions regarding reductions in spending, personnel and capital improvement projects,” said Stoner.

The reductions allowed the city to finish the 2010 fiscal year with higher revenues than expenditures and met the requirement of having a balanced budget, he said.

 
Eastwood prepares for closing of elementary school
Written by Larry Limpf   
Thursday, 20 January 2011 16:00

Preparations for the closing of Webster Elementary School in the Eastwood district have already begun with administrators holding a meeting last week for parents to discuss the transition set to go into effect in the 2011-12 school year.

Brent Welker, superintendent, said teachers and the administration plan to develop class lists in March for students in grades one through four, allowing students and their parents a chance to meet teachers this year.

The current first and third grade Webster classes will be moving to Pemberville Elementary School due to a lack of space at Luckey Elementary School, creating an additional section at those grade levels.

 
Policemen have given nearly 100 years
Written by J. Patrick Eaken   
Monday, 17 January 2011 09:23

Combined, Oregon Chief Richard Stager, Lt. Brian Andrzejewski, and Officer Michael Poddany have given nearly 100 years of service to the city’s police department.

Chief Stager, who started as a patrolman in June, 1978, will have served 32 years and eight months. Lt. Andrzejewski has served 33 years, and in February Officer Poddany will be approaching 34 years.

As all three approach retirement within the coming month, on January 11 an open house will be held in the city’s community room on Seaman Road from 11:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. to honor them.

All three say the biggest change they have seen in the department is technology.

“That’s probably the most notable change I’ve seen in law enforcement,” Chief Stager said.

Chief Stager said people and the duties involved have changed, too.

Stager-Chief-Richard-H Andrzejewski-Lt Poddany-Ptlm.-Mike-hat
        Chief Richard Stager       Lt. Brian Andrzejewski       Officer Michael Poddany

 
<< Start < Prev 581 582 583 584 585 586 587 588 589 590 Next > End >>

Page 587 of 950
Banner
Banner

Polls

If you found a penny on the floor, would you pick it up?
 
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner

The Current Weather for Millbury, OH USA

Login




Log in