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A plan to construct a new power plant that will provide electricity for up to 500,000 homes in Oregon was announced on Wednesday.
North America Project Development, LLC officials stated at a press conference that the Oregon Clean Energy (OCE) project includes the construction of a 800 megawatts (MW) gas fired combined cycle plant, using local labor up to 1,100,000 worker hours, over a 26-30 month period. The plant would convert clean natural gas to electricity.
Genoa Elementary School has a strong ally in its effort to educate the children of its community – the parent teacher organization.
“They’re a phenomenal group,” said school superintendent Dennis Mock said of the Genoa Elementary PTO.
"Take the train,"
Riding the London Underground from downtown to Heathrow Airport can awaken you to just how archaic America's transportation system is. Most U.S. cities make heading to the airport a hassle.
The $11.2 million Wales Road overpass project, which began in May, is starting to take shape.
Residents are noticing mounds of dirt on Wales that will serve as the embankment of the overpasses or “bridges.”
“Three of the hills are already done. I think they’re probably at the final height. They got the dirt there,” said Northwood Mayor Mark Stoner.
Robert Anderson, Northwood’s new administrator, is happy to be back home in northwest Ohio.
Anderson, who has held the position of administrator in Columbus, Georgia, Marion South Carolina and, most recently, East Jordan, Michigan, is from the area. He graduated from St. Francis de Sales high School and Ohio State University.
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