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When it was announced Waite High School would receive $17.2 million for renovation by the Ohio Schools Facilities Commission, alumni were concerned because Scott was getting closer to $37 million.

Waite’s number ended up being closer to $20 million, but even Principal David Yenrick, an alumnus, made it clear that he was not pleased that Waite was getting $17 million less for renovation than its architectural twin, Scott.

An Oregon resident has begun distributing petitions to recall Oregon school board members Carol-Ann Molnar, Diana Gadus and Board President Richard Gabel.

Michael Gavioli, a former member of the now defunct political action committee Oregon Residents for Efficient and Effective Schools, announced the petition drive during the public forum held last week to discuss the results of a public survey.

The City of Oregon has begun construction on the Seaman Road Storm Sewer Improvement Project, which will include the installation of a storm sewer along the north side of Seaman Road to Clay High School.

An open channel and mounding will be installed along the east property line of city owned property across from Clay High School to Wolf Creek, according to Public Service Director Paul Roman.

A proposal to establish a regional emergency dispatching center in northern Wood County has received a financial boost from the state.

Mark Hummer, Lake Township Police Chief, reported last week to the township trustees that a grant of $87,840 was awarded for a feasibility study of merging dispatching services for the cities of Rossford and Northwood, the Village of Walbridge, and the township.

While acknowledging it’s an improvement over the bill he vetoed last year, environmental organizations said they were disappointed with House Bill 473 that Gov. John Kasich signed last week to implement rules for putting Ohio in compliance with the Great Lakes River Basin Water Resources Compact.

A statement by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources called the bill a “common sense approach to protecting Lake Erie” that addresses all of the tenets of the compact. However, others contend it still leaves the lake and tributaries vulnerable to industrial interests.

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