The Press Newspaper
Oregon Mayor Mike Seferian and Councilman Terry Reeves, chairman of Oregon’s Recreation and Parks Committee, last summer told the president of the James “Wes” Hancock Senior Center that accurate information on a proposed 0.5-mill senior services levy should be provided to voters to increase chances of getting it passed.
Seferian and Reeves told Bob Marquette, president of the center, that voters don’t like to be “duped.”
An upgrade in the village administration’s telephone system is almost complete in Genoa.
The communications update was necessary given the old system was nearly 15 years old, administrator Kevin Gladden said.
Liberty Consulting, also known as ISSO, is the company charged with handling the changeover. The estimated cost is about $12,000 but the final bill won’t be issued until the project is finished in the next few weeks, according to Chuck Brinkman, village fiscal officer.
The 12 years Ron Sims was a member of the Lake Township Board of Trustees marked one of the most progressive periods in the township history – highlighted by the construction of new facilities and parks, the creation of a police K-9 unit and a Special Response Team, the acquisition of modern vehicles and equipment for the police and fire departments and other advancements, said Richard Welling, a trustee, who paid tribute Monday to Sims during the trustees’ final meeting of 2013.
Americans love to celebrate the Fourth of July with family, friends, food and fireworks, but too often alcohol turns the party into a tragedy, making this iconic holiday one of the most deadly days of the year on the nation’s roads.
This Fourth of July, Lucas County is stepping up police presence throughout the region as part of the ongoing “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” enforcement crackdown to catch and arrest impaired drivers who put themselves and others at risk.
Several Distinguished Alumni were recognized at the East Toledo Neighborhood House Reunion held June 18 at the Millbury Firemen’s Hall,
Michael J. Almaguer was born in Toledo, attended Oakdale Elementary and Waite High School, graduating in 1966. One of 10 children in his family, during his childhood, he spent many summer days at the East Toledo Neighborhood House (ETNH), playing games and working in the wood shop.