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Northwood ok’s permit for Waste Management
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Thursday, 06 August 2009 15:25

Northwood City Council will allow Waste Management of Ohio to use Michigan load trucks to haul fly ash down East Broadway for deposit into Waste Management’s Evergreen Recycling and Disposal solid waste landfill.

The permit allows an average of 15 trucks per day, weighing a total of 750 tons, to travel down a half mile segment of East Broadway to Evergreen, located at East Broadway and Wales roads, said Bacon.

The city wants to recoup any costs associated with the wear and tear of that segment of the road, which had just been repaved about four years ago, according to Administrator Pat Bacon.

 
Northwood - Finances stable, despite drop in revenue
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Thursday, 06 August 2009 15:15

Northwood City Council is expected to vote on whether to cut the salary of the interim zoning inspector at a meeting this month as a result of the poor economy.

Kimberly Grames became the city’s interim zoning inspector after former zoning inspector Heather Sayler accepted a job with the City of Bowling Green last year.

Grames, who was paid an annual salary of $25,000 as Sayler’s assistant, currently makes $43,394 annually, the same salary Sayler made in the zoning inspector position.

The Finance and Economic Development committees weeks ago recommended to council that Grames become the permanent zoning inspector and be paid the same salary as Sayler.

 
Eastwood schools - Board weighs options for financing projects
Written by Larry Limpf   
Monday, 03 August 2009 11:24

Eastwood school officials are weighing options for possible financing of improvement projects to district buildings and whether to seek voter approval of financing for a new school building.

The school board in early July approved a resolution to apply for Qualified School Construction Bonds. The QSCB program enables districts to sell bonds for projects that improve the energy efficiency of buildings. The bonds are also available to help finance the construction of new buildings through the Ohio School Facilities Commission (OSFC).

Board members last week discussed various bond financing options with a representative of Fifth Third Bank.

 
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