The Press Newspaper
Oregon officials are encouraging residents to stay with The Northwest Ohio Aggregation Coalition (NOAC)’s chosen alternate electric supplier because it provides the best rate.
City Administrator Mike Beazley said at a recent council meeting that Mark Frye, president of Palmer Energy, and a consultant for NOAC, recently provided him with information regarding how to determine which supplier is best.
Claim forms are being sent to 64,428 borrowers in Ohio who lost homes to foreclosure between Jan. 1, 2008 and Dec. 31, 2011 and who may be eligible for payment under the $25 billion National Mortgage Foreclosure settlement.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced the distribution last week.
The Miracle League of Northwest Ohio’s mission is clear: to provide opportunities for children and adults to play baseball, regardless of their abilities.
For 21-year-old Woodville resident Nourm Freyer, the Northwood-based organization has done just that.
You see them in every community. Once vibrant commercial buildings become vacant, dilapidated structures and a blight to the community. What should be done about them?
Oregon council has been debating whether to pressure property owners to clean up the sites, or take it slowly and work with them to assist in development down the road.
Woodville Mayor Rich Harman calls it a “work in progress.”
Officials in the Sandusky County village and in other area municipalities have spent time this year dealing with one parking issue in particular – residents and their visiting friends parking on their lawns.
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