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Hill resigns as Genoa’s police chief
Written by Larry Limpf   
Thursday, 09 December 2010 16:06

Less than a month after being placed on administrative leave, Genoa Police Chief Randy Hill has resigned.

Mayor Mark Williams announced the resignation during village council’s Dec. 6 meeting, according to Eric Hise, a member of council. He declined to comment on the resignation, saying it was a personnel matter.

Garth Reynolds, village administrator, also confirmed the resignation but referred calls to Mayor Williams, who also is the village safety director to whom the chief reports.

An e-mail message and phone message left with the mayor were not returned prior to The Press deadline.

After an executive session of council on Nov. 16, Chief Hill was placed on paid administrative leave.

Hill was hired as the chief of the village police department in October, 2008. Prior to that he was a member of the Perry Township Police Department.

He was being paid an annual salary of $49,200 when he resigned as Genoa’s chief.

 
Hope builds houses
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 09 December 2010 16:02
Hope-Builds-Groundbreaking-

Members of clergy from Lake Township churches recently broke ground
for the first of two houses being built for families displaced by the June
5 tornado. The churches established the Hope Builds fellowship for the
effort, which is relying on heavily on donated materials and labor. The
houses are being built in the Walbridge area. Shown from left are:
Pastor Bob Noble, Calvary Lutheran Church; Pastor Daniel Beaudoin, St.
John’s Lutheran Church; Pastor Bob May, Stony Ridge United Methodist
Church, and Fr. David Cirata, St. Jerome Catholic Church.

 

 

 
Oregon looks for grant to beautify Navarre Ave.
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Thursday, 09 December 2010 15:27

Oregon City Council on Monday will consider an ordinance to allow Mayor Mike Seferian to submit an application for a $468,113 Transportation Enhancement Grant to the Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments (TMACOG) to help fund the Navarre Avenue Beautification Project.

The grant would help the city enhance Navarre Avenue from the CSX railroad to Coy Road.

The city will commit $117,028, or 20 percent toward the $585,141 project.

The project consists of replacing the existing unsightly gravel shoulders on Navarre Avenue just west of the I-280 exit ramp to the CSX railroad with bioswales, a five-foot wide paved shoulder, a permeable concrete strip, and a five- foot wide sidewalk, according to Public Service Director Paul Roman.

The project will also include landscape lighting and decorative stone for the green space at the I-280 exit ramp.  Decorative street lighting will be added to the existing pedestals on the north side of Navarre Avenue between Wheeling Street and Coy Road.

 
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