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In Lake Twp. - 2 more arrested for burglary
Written by Larry Limpf   
Thursday, 02 December 2010 15:52

For the second time in a week Lake Township police have charged two men in connection with  burglaries on Tracy Road.

Christopher M. Miller, 19, Perrysburg, was charged Nov. 26 with receiving stolen property and contributing to the delinquency of a minor after he and a juvenile were stopped by police in the 27000 block of Tracy Road where a pole barn had been burglarized, according to police reports.

The juvenile, a 17-year-old male from Walbridge, was charged with breaking and entering, possession of criminal tools, and obstructing official business.

A week earlier police in Lake and Perrysburg townships charged two other men in connection with burglaries on Tracy Road.

Frank E. Lintner, Jr., 36, and Gerald A. Dombroff, 30, both of Toledo, were charged in Perrysburg Municipal Court with breaking and entering and receiving stolen property.

 
Workshop for potential organic growers
Written by Larry Limpf   
Thursday, 02 December 2010 15:50

Ohio farmers who’ve been considering entering the growing market for organic food are being invited to a workshop to help them make the transition.

The Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association and the Ohio State University Organic Food & Farming Education and Research Program will present “Organics 101: An Introduction to Organic Crop Production” Dec. 10 at the Agricultural Incubator Foundation in Bowling Green.

The workshop will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The foundation is located at 13737 Middleton Pike.

“We’ve seen tremendous growth in the demand for organic foods over the past decade,” Mike Anderson, program coordinator of the OEFFA, said. “More and more Ohio farmers are considering organic production to help meet this demand and take advantage of the economic opportunity that it provides. Even if a farmer is just wondering if organics might be right for their operation, this workshop will be a good place to start.”

The program will include presentations by Ohio State University research scientists and educators, organic farmers, and organic certification representatives.

 
Birchard planning for May ballot levy
Written by Larry Limpf   
Thursday, 02 December 2010 15:49

If a survey of library users in Sandusky County is accurate, there could be strong support for a levy that appears destined for the May ballot.

Those who use services offered by the Birchard Public Library, which has libraries in Fremont, Gibsonburg, Green Springs, and Woodville, are satisfied but would like the hours of operation extended to where they were before the library system implemented an austerity program to offset cuts in state funding.

Nearly 85 percent of the almost 600 survey respondents said they were very satisfied and 13.4 percent were moderately satisfied.

But they said they want Sunday hours back, according to Pam Hoesman, library director. Birchard’s main library is closed Sundays and closes at 3 p.m. on Saturdays.

“With revenue down 30 percent, the library is cutting expenses however we can, while we still try to provide the public with a quality collection and services,” she said. “Despite all the cuts we have made, as time goes on, it becomes increasingly clear that this budget situation is not going to get better anytime soon. Over 90 percent of Birchard’s funding comes from the State of Ohio, and the state has an $8 billion budget gap to fill by June 30, 2011. We expect library funding to get worse before it gets better.”

 
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