The Press Newspaper
“Few and ugly.”
That’s how Tim Krugh, Lake school board president, describes the options open to the board and administration as they decide how to proceed in the wake of last week’s defeat of a 4.75-mill levy request.
Forfeited property may become a park
The trustees met recently to discuss whether or not to assume ownership of the property, which is being offered to the township.
Despite a campaign that was briefly interrupted by an anonymous flier that detailed a criminal past, P.J. Kapfhammer continued to hammer away at what he saw as a superintendent and school board out of touch with the public in the Oregon City Schools District. On Tuesday, the public agreed with Kapfhammer and made him the top vote getter among three candidates vying for two school board seats.
Pat Truby loves animals.
Known for helping to take care of stray cats at her Fourth Street home, Truby,70, thought the noise she heard in her garage might be another stray. To her surprise and eventual horror, the noise came from three dogs that have been seen roaming her neighborhood for the last several weeks.
Three candidates for the mayor’s office in the Village of Walbridge found an issue to disagree on before a debate held Tuesday even began: how the debate was arranged.
Incumbent Dan Wilczynski was at the debate at VFW Post 9963 on Main Street but challengers Stewart Murphy and Ron Liwo didn’t attend, saying they had prior commitments and were not given adequate notice of the event or a chance to discuss how it would be formatted.
No results found.