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Jerusalem Township, along with other townships in Lucas County, will be part of the Lucas County storm water utility, which will charge a fee to residents and businesses beginning next year.
Township Trustee Joe Kiss isn’t too happy about the program.
“I just started hearing some grumblings about it last night at our business meeting,” Kiss said last Wednesday. “It just sure seems like another way to pull some extra tax from people who shouldn’t be paying it.”
Walbridge Village Council has heard the first reading of a new refuse collection contract that will - if approved – replace a 20-year contract with Waste Management of Ohio that ends March 13.
Under the proposed agreement with Waste Management, collection rates will be $10.25 a month per residence for refuse and recycling services. Prices for those services will increase by 3 percent annually.
There is also a monthly fee of $3 for a 96-gallon refuse cart and $2.50 for a 64-gallon recycling cart. Recycling and refuse carts will be leased directly to residents.
The cost to residents, however, will be partially offset by a payment from the village to Waste Management of $20,846 a year, which will reduce residents’ out-of-pocket costs by $1.85 a month.
Saint Thomas Aquinas Holy Name Society is sponsoring a Pre-Lenten Fish Fry Feb. 25 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the church basement, 729 White St., East Toledo.
The dinner will include Alaskan pollock, au gratin potatoes, cole slaw or tossed salad, roll and butter, dessert and coffee or tea. Macaroni and cheese is available for those who do not want fish. The cost is $7.50 for adults, $7. for seniors and $4 for elementary school students.
Proceeds from this dinner suppor the STA Cub and Boy Scouts.
The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) District Two announces that effective immediately through Friday, February 25 at 5 p.m. SR 105 at First Street in the Village of Woodville is closed for utility work.
Detour: US 20; SR 51. All work is weather permitting.
For the first time in more than 10 years, foreclosure case filings in Ohio dropped from the previous year, according to data released recently by the Ohio Supreme Court.
In 2010, common pleas courts in Ohio reported 85,483 new residential and commercial foreclosure case filings to the Supreme Court. In 2009, there were 89,061 new case filings.
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