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Those interested in adopting cats, kittens, dogs and puppies can do so at the reduced rate of $5 on Fridays and $10 on Tuesdays in September and October at the Toledo Area Humane Society.
The non-profit shelter has promoted the reduced rates at different periods this summer with great success.
A planned investment next year in the dispatching system operated by the Wood County Sheriff’s Department was a factor in the county commissioners’ decision to join in discussions with entities in the northern part of the county on forming a regional emergency dispatching format.
The commissioners invited representatives of municipalities and townships throughout the county to their Aug. 30 meeting to discuss the pros and cons of a county-wide dispatching system.
A hearing has been extended for a proposed ditch project in central Ottawa County to give more affected property owners time to comment.
The Ottawa County commissioners along with county engineer David Brunkhorst held a hearing regarding the Dehring/Benton-Carroll Ditch project Aug. 28 at the county courthouse.
West end travelers who head to the Port Clinton area could experience delays when an upgrade takes place on a major thoroughfare into the city next year.
About a month ago, Ottawa County Commissioners set official plans in motion to begin work on the Fremont Road Safety and Improvement Project, according to the commissioners’ records. The county has jurisdiction over the stretch of road that runs from the Ohio 53/Ohio 2 interchange by the BP Station in Bay Township to the Port Clinton City Limits, located near Rich’s Drive-Thru on Fremont Road.
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