The Press Newspaper
Northwood police, who have stepped up enforcement of a law that prohibits parking on the grass, recently got an earful from some residents who thought the law should be repealed.
Audrey Caligiuri, of Ravenwood, thought police should spend their time investigating more serious crimes instead of enforcing a parking ban on grass.
Donna Hayes got her due recognition from Genoa Village Council last week.
The family of the former longtime tax and billing clerk who died more than two years ago was presented with a plague in her honor at Monday’s council meeting.
The Toledo Area Humane Society (TAHS) still has many kittens and cats up for adoption and close to 200 currently in foster homes.
The TAHS, in an effort to find them homes, is holding a “Kitten Shower” on Saturday, August 11 from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. All cats and kittens will have their adoption fees reduced to $5.
Members of the Lake school board haven’t decided whether to file a complaint about what they describe as “irregularities” at a precinct polling location during the special election Tuesday.
Board president Tim Krugh said Wednesday he believes there was an attempt to “discourage some pretty supportive voters” of the district but the board would address the matter later.
Although they’re savoring the passage of a 6.75-mill operating levy, members of the Lake school board took the precautionary step Tuesday evening of voting to proceed with a levy on the November ballot.
Tim Krugh, board president, said Wednesday that results of the special election – which saw the levy approved by a 137-vote margin, 1,501 for to 1,364 against – won’t be certified until late August but the board faced a deadline last week for placing an issue before voters in November.
No results found.