More temporary flow meters are needed in the city’s sanitary sewer system that would help reduce or eliminate excessive storm water, or inflow and infiltration (I&I) from the wastewater collection system.
The city installed temporary flow meters at five locations last September in the sanitary sewer system
Significant rainfall sparked I&I issues last July, when several residents complained about flooded basements.
Third District Councilman Mike Craig has had a change of heart and will oppose a request for a special use permit for a proposed convenience store at 2346 Seaman Street in East Toledo.
Craig, whose district encompasses East Toledo, told The Press earlier this month that he was not opposed to a convenience store at the site, located at the intersection of Seaman and Van Buren Avenue. He said he had met with the owner, Said Saleh, who is requesting the special use permit so he can install coolers and sell prepackaged sandwiches for the WIC program.
The site, which consists of three parcels, is occupied by a two-story building that was built in 1912.
From the ones near Bowling Green that have been in existence near Route 6 for several years, to a new one built by the Toledo Zoo last August, and even a turbine that was completed at Clay High School in September. Now you will see two more smaller versions in the Woodville area.
At a Woodville council meeting last November, Glen Levy, representing Skystream Wind Turbines, gave a presentation to the members of council and other interested parties about residential wind turbines (also referred to as windmills). What prompted the presentation is that two Woodville area residents, Steve Green and Miriam Obermyer, were each planning to have a wind turbine installed on their properties by Levy’s company.
A former member of Walbridge Village Council is asking village officials to consider contracting with Lake Township for police coverage instead of maintaining a village department.
Joann Schiavone Wednesday presented information compiled by Mark Hummer, the township police chief, to village council showing the township could provide 24-hour police service for the village at a cost of approximately $350,000 a year.