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Northwood may end speed van, red light cameras
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Friday, 04 December 2009 11:34

Northwood will likely end its speed van, a mobile vehicle that issues citations to motorists for speeding, early next year. In addition, the city may discontinue the stationary speed and red light photo enforcement cameras installed at two intersections.
 
“I think it’s safe to say that the van is going to go away,” Northwood Mayor Mark Stoner told The Press last Wednesday.
 
“The cameras at the intersections could also end,” he added.
 
Council on July 2 voted 6-1 to stop contract negotiations with Redflex Safety Solutions, of Arizona, to continue providing a van equipped with a camera that targets Northwood streets that have a high incidence of speeding. The contract with the van expires in January.

 
In Genoa: Overtime policy change irks village employees
Written by Cynthia L. Jacoby   
Friday, 04 December 2009 11:28

A proposed overtime policy revision is causing a stir among Village of Genoa workers.
 
Village council is set for its third reading Monday of a comprehensive package of personnel policy changes for the nearly 20 village workers. The new policies stem from two years of committee work and are the first revisions made since 2001, said Council President Elizabeth Slotnick, head of the personnel committee.   
 
The proposal addresses policies ranging from sick time and drug testing to the writing of job descriptions and items based on recommendations from the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation.
 
Employees have several concerns with the changes; but a new formula for calculating overtime is  causing the most disdain, Slotnick said.

 
Brown vows to remain involved in her community
Written by J. Patrick Eaken   
Friday, 04 December 2009 11:31

Former Oregon Mayor Marge Brown welcomed over 200 guests into a packed city

council chamber on Monday to say farewell.
 
Brown was defeated for a third term

by Oregon’s new mayor, former councilman Mike Seferian, on Nov. 3 by a 61 to 38 percent margin. Seferian was sworn in the day prior to Browns’ farewell party.
 
Brown vowed that she would remain involved in her community and Northwest Ohio.

 
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