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Eco island would eliminate open lake dumping
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Thursday, 20 August 2009 15:06

A $475 million Great Lakes restoration initiative expected to be signed by President Barack Obama, could help fund an “Eco island” that would eliminate open lake dumping of dredging from the Toledo shipping channel.

The island, or habitat restoration unit, would create an area for fish spawning, birds and other habitat and would be observed by tourists visiting the restored Toledo Harbor Lighthouse, according to Sandy Bihn, Western Lake Erie Waterkeeper.

“A lot of money will be coming into this area in the next federal fiscal year,” said Bihn. “There are 16 agencies that will oversee the funding and what can be done with it. We believe that a project that eliminates open lake dumping, a practice many of us have opposed for years and contributes to the algae problem in the lake, will keep the waters from being so muddy and will be better for the fish and its habitat.”

 
Oregon school board says no to new levy
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Thursday, 20 August 2009 14:31

The Oregon school board on Wednesday voted 4-1 against placing another 5.95-mill 10-year emergency levy on the Nov. 3 ballot.

School board member Diane Karoly was the lone vote in favor of the levy. The deadline for the board to finalize a levy in November was Nov. 20.

The board had received considerable feedback from the community since voters defeated a 5.95-mill 10-year emergency levy by a nearly three to one margin on Aug. 4.

The district faces a $1 million budget deficit by June 30, 2011.

 
Local enthusiasts give hot yoga a “wringing” endorsement
Written by Tammy Walro   
Thursday, 20 August 2009 14:25

“Oh my God, I’m going to die.”

That was Peggy Wulf’s initial thought when she entered the studio for her first “hot yoga” class.

“I had never done any yoga before,” the Curtice woman said. “And when I opened the doors, the heat and the humidity in the room kind of took my breath away.”

Wulf’s reaction is typical, according to fitness and preventative health care professional Joe (Barocsi) Sparks, a native East-Sider who offers the classes daily at his Perrysburg studio.

Conducted in a room heated to around 100 degrees with a humidity level of about 60 percent, each class lasts for 90 minutes and takes participants through 26 traditional yoga poses - twice.

 
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