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Contract with Habitat for Humanity under review
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Friday, 22 October 2010 09:36

Oregon city council on Monday will consider a contract with the Maumee Valley Habitat for Humanity to provide $40,000 of Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP) funds for the construction of two single family homes in the city.
 
If passed, the city will pay $40,000, or $20,000 per house, to Maumee Valley Habitat for Humanity to enable two eligible families chosen by Habitat to become homeowners.
 
“They will probably use this money either to purchase the lot that they will build the houses on, or for some of the construction costs,” Finance Director Kathy Hufford, said at a committee of the whole meeting Oct. 18.
 
Households selected must have a gross family income at or below 65 percent of the current area median income for the city. Households must complete Habitat homebuyer counseling training and perform volunteer labor hours prior to occupancy.
 
Construction and loan closings are to be completed by August 31, 2012.

 
Internet cafes drawing thousands of customers daily
Written by J. Patrick Eaken   
Friday, 22 October 2010 09:34

Daily, thousands are flocking to local Internet cafes in scenes reminiscent of European cafes. The cafes are becoming a gathering place in urban neighborhoods.
 
Oregon resident Marvin Dabish owns three cafes — one at 3555 Navarre Avenue next to Buffalo Wild Wings in Oregon, at 213 Main Street in East Toledo, and at 536 South Reynolds Road in South Toledo. Like many others, the East Toledo cafe is open 24 hours.
 
Marvin is president of Players Club Internet Cafe, and his brother Robert Dabish is involved with the marketing. They operate a total of 13 cafes in Ohio and Georgia. In Ohio, they also operate cafes in Columbus, Springfield, Fremont, Fostoria, and Findlay.
 
Four cafes are owned by Marvin, and the others are franchised. Marvin says they would like to have as many as 50 operating someday.
 
Marvin, who ran for mayor in Oregon and lost in the primary to then-incumbent Marge Brown and current mayor Mike Seferian, also owns Toledo Food Center grocery store on Main Street in East Toledo.
 
The brothers say the grocery business requires long hours and hard work, and the cafes are an extension of that business.

 
Denny’s to open at Flying J
Written by Larry Limpf   
Friday, 22 October 2010 09:26

The second Denny’s restaurant in Wood County will open Sunday, October 31, 8:00 pm at the Flying J Travel Plaza at 26415 Warns Road in Perrysburg, just off Interstate 280 at exit 16.
  
The new restaurant is one of 140 locations opening in Flying J Travel Centers across the country during the next two years.  Denny’s also plans to open approximately 50 restaurants over the next several years in Pilot Travel Centers.
  
“We’re excited to bring another Denny’s restaurant to the residents of Perrysburg and Wood County,” Jack Thompson, owner of the new Denny’s in Perrysburg, said. “Denny’s is an American favorite, and we expect our restaurant’s 24-hour operation and menu variety to appeal to both local residents and visitors alike.”

 
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