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Waldron, 61, an ordained minister who retired as general manager of Toledo Christian radio station WPOS-FM on Sept. 10, was the station's morning drive host from 1998-2002. When Ray Turkington retired as the station's GM in February of 2002, Waldron took over that position.
Although The Press offered Mr. Johnson opportunities to comment for both stories he declined to do so. On Oct. 1, Mr. Johnson issued a 4-page response through his attorney to The Press in which he addresses the allegations raised by the police probe and councilmember’s questions. The following is a partial listing of his response.
Voters first passed the levy in 1968, and have continued to support it since.
A permanent improvement levy can only fund capital improvement projects such as parking lots, major repairs to facilities and major equipment purchases rather than extensive renovation projects and new construction. It is not used for operational expenses or salaries.
The 2009 graduating classes of Waite and other TPS high schools, Toledo Early College High School and Toledo Technology Academy, among others will serve as recipients of the program, which is designed to assist students who receive only partial state and federal financial aid to attend college.
"Brood production was enhanced in parts of southern Ohio by this summer's emergence of 17-year cicadas," said Mike Reynolds, the division's wild turkey biologist. "Hunters should be able to locate flocks of turkeys feeding on abundant white oak acorns and beech nuts in mature forests." Reynolds estimates Ohio's statewide wild turkey flock now numbers more than 200,000 birds.