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Genoa considers water system staff changes
Written by Cynthia Jacoby   
Thursday, 12 September 2013 15:18

Genoa officials are rethinking how they staff the village water system.

For years, the water system that serves the 1,430 registered meters has been operated as a distribution system. Genoa buys its water from the City of Oregon. The city pumps the water through a 16-inch pipe from the city to a meter pit located at State Route 579 and Genoa-Clay Center Road that helps boost the flow to the village water tower.

Oregon purchases new police vehicle
Written by Melissa Burden   
Thursday, 12 September 2013 15:14

The City of Oregon has authorized the purchase of a 2013 Chrysler 300 for the Oregon Police Department during its September 9 meeting.

The cost of the vehicle is $25,000. With a trade in of one vehicle for $5,800 plus rebates and discounts, the total cost of the new unit is $20,000. The winning bid came from Grogan’s Town Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram, of Toledo.

Police Chief Michael Navarre said the department did not anticipate the purchase when it prepared its current

Former Clay athletes suing district, ProMedica
Written by Melissa Burden   
Thursday, 12 September 2013 15:11

Three lawsuits were filed on Monday, September 9 in Lucas County Common Pleas Court by former Clay High School students and athletes who allege a former athletic trainer sexually abused them while they were minors.

The three complaints, one by a minor, were filed against Clay High School, Principal Jeff Thompson, ProMedica Health Systems, and Melinda Rober, the former athletic trainer. The suits are each seeking in excess of $1 million in punitive and compensatory damages.

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