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Six interested in village police chief post
Written by Larry Limpf   
Thursday, 16 April 2009 14:46

Walbridge Mayor Dan Wilczynski said the village has received resumes from six persons expressing interest in the police chief position.

The mayor and council are reviewing the resumes but aren’t committing to a deadline for hiring a new chief.

Donald Hendren, the former chief, submitted his resignation in February. Officer Jason Harden has been named acting chief of the department, which has a staff of four full-time and four part-time officers.

 
Brown, some on council, against TARTA sales tax
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Friday, 10 April 2009 10:31

Oregon Mayor Marge Brown and some members of city council last Monday said they were against a proposal to expand the TARTA bus system for all of Lucas County that would be funded by a sales tax instead of the current property tax,
 
A study from a consultant hired by TARTA recommended in February that a half-cent sales tax would provide service expansion and financial stability to Lucas County, including Oregon.
 
Oregon has repeatedly resisted efforts by TARTA for bus service in the past.
 
Brown said a group of mayors from Perrysburg, Maumee, Oregon and Sylvania met over a year and a half as a result of Perrysburg’s desire to leave TARTA. The group will meet again at the end of this month.
 
“If all the other areas pass this half-cent sales tax, then guess what? We have TARTA,” Brown said to council at a meeting April 6.

 
EPA: Hearings for some Lake Erie projects may end
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Friday, 10 April 2009 10:29

The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency is considering exempting Lake Erie projects from the requirement for mandatory public hearings.
 
The rule is one of three water quality rules drafted by the Ohio EPA that protect lakes, rivers, streams and other surface water bodies from pollution.
 
The public hearing exemption is for all projects impacting superior high quality waters. Hearings would be required when there is significant public interest.
 
Many of the projects are for shoreline work being done by homeowners.
 
The change is being proposed because the agency has held several hearings on such projects that no one attended, according to the Ohio EPA. The move would save taxpayer money.

 
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