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At a public hearing Wednesday night, Troy Township residents expressed their concerns about Troy Township potentially partnering with the City of Toledo to form a 460-acre JEDD near State Route 420 and U.S. 20.
About 25 Troy Township residents arrived to get answers from township trustees and representatives from the Northwest Water and Sewer District.
Those who were vocal at the hall were mostly concerned about the township sharing income tax and doing business with Toledo to get water to the site.
Gary P. Kowalksi, who said he was a former Perrysburg resident who moved to the township about three years ago, warned that if “we do get water and the City of Toledo is involved, be prepared to pay dearly.”
The state auditor's office will conduct an audit of Jerusalem Township's books for 2008.
It is the second year in a row that the township has received a single year audit.
The state regularly conducts two year audits of townships, according to Emily Frazee, deputy press secretary for State Auditor Mary Taylor's office.
"Last year, in the fall of 2008, we did a single year audit of 2007 because trustees and the fiscal officer requested it. Trustees have again requested a single year audit of the 2008 financial statement," she said.
The auditor of state is required by Ohio Revised Code to conduct financial audits of all government entities, she said.
"We look at bank records, meeting minutes, money coming in and going out of the township - anything that impacts the financial health of the township. We want to get a sense of how they're doing," she said.
Northwood City Council voted against renewing contract negotiations with a company that provides the city’s speed van, a mobile vehicle that issues citations to motorists for speeding.
An arraignment hearing is scheduled for Sept. 29 in Lucas County Common Pleas Court for a Genoa man charged with forgery and theft of funds from the WPOS-FM Christian radio station in Holland, O.
Richard Waldron has been charged with five counts of forgery, a fifth degree felony, and one count of grand theft, a fourth degree felony.
He had been employed as general manager and an announcer at WPOS before recently leaving the station.
Jack L Karsten, Jr., Delta, was charged with two counts of tampering with evidence, a third degree felony, and one count of tampering with records, a first degree misdemeanor.
He had been employed as an accountant at the station.
The Downtown Curtice Athletic Club selects a local individual for its annual
For the past six years the 10-year-old club has honored individuals who have recently passed away, according to Tom Wuest, DCAC chairman of the board. This year the DCAC, which has approximately 30 members, is honoring former Curtice resident Andy Burris at its Aug. 22 event.
Burris was an iron worker who was killed April 19, 2007 in a bridge accident while finishing the Veterans Memorial Skyway (I-280). Burris, who was 36, was a member of Local 1138 and the Northwest Carpenter’s Union. He was on a work platform installing forms used to pour the bridge’s concrete bridge railing when the platform collapsed and fell to the ground just south of the westbound Summit Street overpass on the north side of the river.
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