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Toledo, Troy Twp. partner on development district
Written by J. Patrick Eaken and Larry Limpf   
Wednesday, 01 July 2009 14:17

A hearing is scheduled for July 8 at 6:30 p.m. to receive public comment on a proposed Joint Economic Development District in Troy Township.

Township trustees have tentatively approved partnering with the City of Toledo to form a JEDD that will cover about 460 acres near State Route 420 and U.S. 20.

The hearing will be held at the township hall at 311 Krotzer Ave., Luckey.

Under the agreement, Toledo will provide water and sewer service to the site and share income tax revenues with the township from business that locate in the JEDD. The township will provide road maintenance and fire protection service.

 
‘Celebrity Serve’ supports Habitat for Humanity project
Written by Mark Griffin   
Wednesday, 01 July 2009 14:13

St. John's Lutheran Church in Stony Ridge undertakes a service

project each year.

This year's project is called the "Community Rehab Project," an effort of both church and community working together to rehab a home for a woman who lives in Stony Ridge.

Natalie St. Arnaud is a shut-in member of St. John's Lutheran Church and a lifelong resident of Stony Ridge.

"She doesn't get out much," said Nancy Gerwin, who is overseeing the project.  "She has some limitations that keep her home now, but in her younger years she was very active in the community helping with the summer festival put on by the Stony Ridge Civic Association."

 
State budget woes Will local libraries have to implement cuts?
Written by Larry Limpf   
Thursday, 25 June 2009 14:42

Area libraries are bracing for the possibility of more cuts to hours and services as the governor and state legislature come down to the wire balancing the next biennium budget.

Gov. Ted Strickland’s latest proposal includes reductions in the Public Library Fund for fiscal 2010 of  about $112.5 million and $114.8 million in 2011 as part of a plan to fill a gap of about $3.2 billion.

Ohio’s Public Library Fund receives 2.22 percent of general revenue fund tax receipts. The monies are distributed to counties based on a statutory formula.

 
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