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An analysis by FirstEnergy into what caused cracking in a concrete shield building at the Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station is scheduled to be completed by the end of February, a spokesperson for the utility said, adding FirstEnergy is moving ahead with its application to extend the facility’s operating license.
The power station was shut down as scheduled in October to install a new reactor head when cracks were found in the shield building while workers were cutting into the building to remove the old reactor head.
The East Toledo Family Center’s Service Award, which can be given to an individual, agency, or corporation, went to Eggleston-Meinert-Pavley Funeral Homes, Owens-Illinois, and Toledo Local Initiative Support Coalition (LISC) this year.
The awards were announced at the ETFC’s Annual Meeting Recognition Night.
Northwood Mayor Mark Stoner recently met with his department heads to brainstorm ideas to spur economic development in the city.
The result was Stoner’s economic development initiative for 2012.
Oregon Mayor Mike Seferian said at a recent council meeting that the city will be looking at possibly upgrading intersections from I-280 to Coy Road to ensure safety.
“We will be checking the intersections from I-280 to Coy Road because that is the section of Route 2 (Navarre Avenue) where we’ve had the most accidents,” said Seferian at a meeting on Jan. 23.
The Village of Walbridge will again seek applicants for the position of administrator.
Mayor Dan Wilczynski accepted the resignation earlier this month of Ken Gilsdorf, who had only been hired for the post in December 2011.
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