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Oregon City Council on Monday will consider a project development agreement with BP Husky Refining LLC for the city’s flood relief and erosion control project.
“This is a project development agreement that spells out the cost share between the private and public entities of BP Husky and the city,” said Public Service Director Paul Roman at a committee of the whole meeting last Monday.
Oregon Council voted 6-1 Monday for Councilman Mike Sheehy, a Democrat, to be president of council.
Sheehy, finishing his ninth term on council, has been president of council previously.
Mayor Mike Seferian had called a special council meeting last Monday before a scheduled committee of the whole meeting so council could pick a new president. Former council president Clint Wasserman had resigned from council at a meeting on Sept. 12 to take a job as an assistant prosecutor with the Lucas County Prosecutor’s Office .
Ellen Mix, the widow of Tim Mix, of Northwood, has filed a lawsuit in the Wood County Court of Common Pleas.
Oregon Council member Sandy Bihn at a council meeting Monday said the algae in Lake Erie is getting worse.
“The situation in Lake Erie with the algae is becoming more and more grave,” she said to council. “There’s a lot of newspaper articles that are referring to Lake Erie as dying again. Obviously, that can impact the treatment cost for water intake, it can affect the economy of the lake and economy of the region.”
The Third Annual Dirty Dog 5K Trail Run, the fourth and final run in this year’s Second Sole Trail Run Series, takes place at Cedar Creek Preserve in Northwood on October 29.
What is the difference between this five kilometer race and others? You can bring your dog along, or, don’t bring your dog along. It’s your choice.
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