The Press Newspaper
The treasurer of the Oregon City Schools District has projected a 3-percent drop in revenues over the next five years.
Treasurer Jane Fruth at a school board meeting last week gave an update in the district’s five-year forecast, which projects a drop in state foundation funding, property taxes, and electric deregulation funds.
Phosphorus reduction recommendations coming
Officials from the Ohio EPA and departments of agriculture and natural resources met last week at Maumee Bay State Park to discuss on-going efforts to reduce agriculture-related phosphorus from reaching the western basin.
Ottawa County residents short on cash have a new opportunity for a variety of assistance programs.
More than $500,000 has been released to Ottawa County for two Community Development Block Grant programs under its direction, according to Todd Bickley, Ottawa Regional Planning Commission director. A sum of $342,000 has been put aside for the Home Investment Partnerships Program and another $180,000 for the Community Housing Improvement Program.
Just about every year, Woodmore High School has had at least one foreign exchange student. This year there are four exchange students.
One student, from Finland, is Charlotta Makinen. She is staying with Whitney Flick, high school English teacher. She has been here since Aug. 3 and will be staying until summer.
Jim Witt, superintendent of Lake schools, used a moment in a brief presentation at Tuesday’s meeting of the Lake Township trustees to try to squelch a rumor about the school district’s finances.
Revenues from a 4.75-mill, 5-year operating levy, if passed, won’t be used to help fund the high school building currently under construction, he said.
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