The Press Newspaper
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.
The Eastern Maumee Bay Chamber of Commerce donated $1,000 towards Friends of Pearson Park for a new playground at Oregon’s Pearson Metropark.
The check to help with costs associated with the new Pearson Playscape was presented to Friends of Pearson Park at the chamber’s annual September steak roast, held this year at Pearson’s Macomber Lodge.
Hundreds of students in Genoa schools will have at least one soldier in mind when they bring food and supplies to Friday night’s (Sept. 28) football game against Otsego.
Austin Dickinson, a Genoa High School graduate, is stationed in Qatar for a year’s tour as a member of the Military Police Unit in Toledo. He and his peers are miles away from home embroiled in a sea of unrest in an effort to preserve national security.
The Oregon Police Department may soon have its own K-9 unit to assist in the apprehension of criminals.
“About a year ago, the concept of having a police dog, which has come up probably many times over the last 20 years, was looked at very seriously,” Mayor Mike Seferian said at a Sept. 17 committee of the whole meeting.
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