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Hi-tech firm begins operations
Written by Larry Limpf   
Friday, 04 December 2009 11:37

A start-up firm has received sufficient funding to begin production early next year of solar power inverters at a Moline-Martin Road building in Lake Township.
 
Norman Rapino, President and Chief Operating Officer of Nextronex Energy Systems, said the company has begun operations at the facility and already has plans for installing three inverters at the Ohio Air National Guard Base at Toledo Express Airport.
 
He projects the company could employ 15-20 workers by the end of 2010.
 
The company secured funding through the Rocket Ventures fund of the Regional Growth Partnership and University of Toledo Innovative Enterprise as well as local investors.

 
Grant helps library go global with archives
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Friday, 04 December 2009 11:36

Armed with a grant from the Ottawa County Community Foundation, Jennifer Fording, is preparing to take the Harris-Elmore Public Library’s historical materials on the road for viewing by the public.
 
The library is using the grant to help pay for a laptop computer and projector that will enable Fording, the local history librarian, to display digitized archival records on location for interested organizations.
 
 The Harris-Elmore library is one of 12 public libraries in Northwest Ohio participating in a regional document digitization project under the auspices of the Ohio Historical Society.
 
Georgiana Huizenga, director of the Harris-Elmore library, said the goal of the project is to make an array of important but often deteriorating local history records available to a wider audience, including researchers throughout the U.S. and world, through the historical society’s Ohio Memory Project.
 

 
Seferian takes oath as new mayor of Oregon
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Friday, 04 December 2009 11:25

Michael Seferian was sworn in as Oregon’s new mayor last Sunday at 2 p.m. by

Municipal Court Judge Jeff Keller at the city municipal court.
 
Seferian, 52, was accompanied by his fiancé, Regina Goulding, his sons, Michael, Eric, and Christopher, and sisters Sue Meis and Cheryl Kinkaid.
 
It was icing on the cake for Seferian after he overwhelmingly defeated incumbent Marge Brown for the mayor’s seat on Nov. 4.
 
Seferian said he felt “humbled” as he took the oath of office.

 
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