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In his 30 years, Ron Davis became ‘captain of the ship’
When it comes to experience and dedication to theater in Oregon, there aren’t many people who come close to Ron Davis. Davis has served as president of both the Genoa Community Theater and The Oregon Community Theater and has taken part in 37 shows during his 30 years of experience, making him one of the local theater scene’s most respected members.
Since a levy was passed in November to fund additional emergency medical service for Harris Township and the Village of Elmore, four people have been added to the EMS division of the Harris-Elmore Fire Department.
And the department will be hiring another three or four by the end of the month, said James Wilburn, fire chief.
The cost to pick up trash curbside is under review in Oak Harbor.
Republic’s three-year trash collection contract is coming up for renewal at the end of the year. But village officials must determine by September whether they will renew or opt for the one or two-year extensions. Otherwise, the contract must go to bid again.
Council Ok’s contract to upgrade treatment plant
Oregon council on Monday approved an agreement with ARCADIS U.S., Inc., to provide engineering services to design a high service pump replacement and raw water improvements for the water treatment plant.
Oregon Mayor Mike Seferian said the design was needed for the Oregon Clean Energy (OCE) Project.
While running for re-election to U.S. Congress in October 2012, Rep. Marcy Kaptur told 100 Eastern Maumee Bay Chamber of Commerce guests she believes stronger branding efforts must be made to promote Lake Erie.
“I am constantly telling audiences that we live in the most arable place on earth here on the banks of Lake Erie — the most prolific of all the Great Lakes. And, I challenged the U.S. Geological Survey one time to tell me where outside here there is this much fresh water and this much arable land. The truth is, there is no other place,” Kaptur said.