The Press Newspaper
A sheriff’s auction of the former Woodville Mall site is planned for Dec. 31.
Northwood City Administrator Bob Anderson said the minimum bid will be $200,000, or two-thirds of the assessed value of approximately $300,000.
“I don’t expect anyone to bid, really,” he said. “All the taxes would have to be paid first. There’s a lot of taxes and assessments due on the mall. If nobody bids, we might.”
If there are no takers, a second sheriff’s auction might be scheduled or the court could order an auditor’s sale, which would not require a minimum bid, said Anderson.
A coalition of environmental groups has vowed to continue opposing the Davis-Besse power station after the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s decision last week to renew the station’s operating license for another 20 years.
The renewed license authorizes the plant to operate through April 22, 2037. First Energy Nuclear Operating Co. filed an application in 2010 for renewal. The plant’s original license was set to expire in April 2017.
The NRC issued a safety evaluation report in September 2013 followed by a supplement in August of this year. A supplemental environmental impact statement was issued in April.
Hunters checked 73,399 white-tailed deer during Ohio’s 2015 deer-gun hunting season, Nov. 30-Dec. 6, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
By comparison, last year’s deer harvest was 65,484 deer. During the 2013 deer-gun season, 75,408 deer were checked.
As of last week for the 2015 deer hunting seasons, hunters checked 152,554 deer.
Last year at this same time, hunters had harvested a total of 148,821 deer. Given that the year-to-date harvest is only slightly higher, the significant increase in this year’s deer-gun season can most likely be attributed to better weather conditions compared to the 2014 deer-gun season, according to the ODNR.
Liquor valued at $499 was reported stolen Nov. 28 from the Woodbury Market in Millbury.
Video from the store’s security cameras show a white male with red hair and beard enter the front door and walk to the rear of the liquor isle and put a bottle into the pocket of his gray sweatshirt. He then walks to the counter and then out the front door.
Once again the building that housed the former Millbury Elementary School appears to be headed for sale.
Jerry O’Reilly, who purchased the building at auction in 2008 from the Lake Board of Education for $45,100, said last week he’s been moving items to a larger building in downtown Toledo.
O’Reilly had operated an electronics store in the kitchen area of a newer section of the building but said he’s grown frustrated with zoning disputes with the Village of Millbury and has decided to vacate the building.
Meanwhile, a non-profit organization formed in 1996 to preserve the building after the school board decided to consolidate district operations on the Lemoyne Road campus, has filed a notice with the Ohio Secretary of State to dissolve.
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