The Press Newspaper
Lake Township trustees enjoyed some good economic news during their meeting last week with the announcement a countertop business was re-locating to a Tracy Road site where it plans to invest almost $800,000 in new machinery and building renovations.
The Ohio Tax Credit Authority approved a payroll credit for new jobs created by Cutting Edge Countertops, which is moving to the 60,000-square-foot facility on Tracy Road from a Perrysburg location.
Susor, who was elected to council last month, was the top vote getter.
Councilman Mike Sheehy, who had been president of council, made the motion to make Susor president.
Councilman Jerry Peach had nominated Sheehy to continue as president.
Oregon’s 2012 budget is more conservative than in previous years due to less income tax revenue and state cuts in the Local Government Fund.
Councilman James Seaman, chairman of the Finance Committee, has been holding committee meetings to discuss the city’s operating budget.
Every day, thousands of kids are afraid to go to school because of bullies, says a curriculum provided to schools by the state department of education.
Studies show that bullying can cause depression, low self-esteem, and truancy among children of all ages.
Not everyone has a goodwill-towards-man mindset when it comes to the holidays. This is also the time law enforcement officials say residents run into unexpected hassles like a surge in home and vehicle break-ins.
Home and car invasions consistently spike in the west end of Ottawa County as the holidays approach, said Genoa Police Chief Bob Bratton. The area’s proximity to Toledo as well as rural settings attract the criminal element, he said. The need for quick cash and drug habits drive the crime sprees.
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