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Pilkington develops solar array energy project
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Thursday, 13 January 2011 15:17

A $1.5 million solar array project is underway at the Pilkington Research and Development Center in Northwood.

The project includes the installation of solar panels on a one-acre Brownfield site originating from the company’s former East Toledo float plant. Pilkington once used the area as a sand pond, which has gone through a clean-up process.

“In order to take advantage of recycling the Brownfield property, we’re installing the solar array to reuse the property and put it back into a beneficial use,” said Kara A. Allison, spokesperson for Hull & Associates, an engineering, energy and environmental consulting firm that has partnered with Pilkington to install the ground mounted solar panels.

The large-scale panels will be mounted on posts and built out in rows, according Allison.

 
Former Genoa administrator leaves with $65K
Written by Cynthia L. Jacoby   
Thursday, 13 January 2011 15:19

Genoa’s former administrator may have left without a word but the village will be paying nearly $65,000 to him following his departure.

Garth Reynolds left his job of more than three years officially on Dec. 31. Mayor Mark Williams announced his resignation during a Jan. 3 meeting. Reynolds’ letter offered no explanation as to why he left and neither has the mayor. Other village officials spoken to say they also do not know why he resigned.

But according to a severance package agreement filed with the fiscal officer Charles Brinkman, he will leave with a hefty sum.

He will receive a lump sum of $45,000 to forgo any claims to the village in the aftermath of his departure, Brinkman said, reading from the agreement.

 
Eastwood asking for full-time kindergarten waiver
Written by Larry Limpf   
Thursday, 13 January 2011 16:04

The Eastwood school board is asking the Ohio Department of Education for a waiver from being required to offer a full-time kindergarten program for the next school year.

Board members approved a resolution seeking the waiver at their regular meeting last week.

A requirement for districts to offer all-day kindergarten classes was included in the state’s biennium budget but district’s can seek a waiver in certain circumstances.

Noting the state’s operating budget cut state aid to schools, State Representative Randy Gardner last year sponsored a bill allowing districts to opt out of having to offer full-time kindergarten classes and what he said were other unfunded mandates.

 
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