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Weatherization program available for many homes
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Thursday, 08 April 2010 15:20

Neighborhood Housing Services (NHS) is offering caulking, weather stripping, insulation, and other services to eligible homes as part of its Weatherization Program.

Dora Tharp, energy coordinator for NHS, gave a presentation on the program to Oregon council at its last meeting in March.

The program has been in existence since 1977.

Not only does it offer caulking, weather stripping, some insulation, but other weatherization services as well, said Tharp.

“Over the years, it’s become much more complicated and technical. I’ve been with NHS wince 1984. The program now deals with not only the insulation measures, but also with some inspection of the heating unit and hot water tank,” she said. “We do combustion analysis and other types of diagnostics to make sure that the heating systems are operating not only efficiently but safely as well.”

NHS also offers attic and sidewall insulation, she said.

The program is free for people who meet eligibility requirements, she said.

 
Woodmore seniors experience vacation of lifetime
Written by Amanda Hefflinger   
Thursday, 08 April 2010 15:18

Almost every Woodmore senior who traveled to the Bahamas would agree that

the time spent with their classmates and the memories made will never fade away from their recollections.

The senior trip began with the arrival of sleepy students and their luggage at the high school on March 19 at 3 a.m. After a long bus ride to Detroit Metro Airport, all 70 students, parents and teachers boarded the airplane headed for Orlando, Florida. 

After arriving in Orlando, the group ventured to Port Canaveral where the Monarch of the Seas awaited them. The first day on the ship was busy with lying in the sun, swimming, and eating a five-star dinner for the first time in the formal dining room. The evening entertainment consisted of an extremely humorous comedian and some late night karaoke. However, the first day was merely the beginning.

Early the next morning, the group exited the ship to the beautiful tropical city of Nassau, Bahamas, where the students had an opportunity to explore the downtown shops, hunt for bargains in the straw market and enjoy the turquoise water and warm sunshine. Soon after, the group watched the ship sail out of port and prepared for more evening activities. That night, the students had the option of watching the love and marriage game show or participating in more karaoke and everyone enjoyed the comedic styles of a talented juggler.

 
Lake Twp.., Walbridge - Dispatching service agreement in effect
Written by Larry Limpf   
Thursday, 08 April 2010 15:16

Lake Township has been given verbal approval to continue to provide emergency dispatching service for the Village of Walbridge, Mark Hummer, township police chief, said last week.

Village officials had received an offer from Wood County Sheriff Mark Wasylyshyn for dispatching service for the village police department for approximately $31,000 a year but have indicated they will continue to contract with the township at a cost of $48,500 annually, Chief Hummer said, adding the agreement with the village will be on a month-to-month basis until a contract is signed.

In January, the township trustees renewed a one-year contract with LifeStar for dispatching service that included a 3 percent increase, raising the cost to $21,060 per month.

The company provides 24-hour dispatching service for fire, police, and emergency medical service calls. The service is shared by the township and village and City of Rossford with costs split by the percentage of calls for each.

 
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