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Tylicki sees ‘world of good’ in supporting presidents
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 20 February 2014 15:00

Matthew Tylicki has led quite a life since he graduated from Cardinal Stritch Catholic High School. In fact, Tylicki did more things in a 20-year span than most people get to do in a lifetime.

The 1986 graduate has been all over the world, spending time in the Mediterranean, Latin America, Europe, Asia and various places in the United States; even living on the island of Sicily for two years. And though he currently does advance work for Lockheed Martin – one of the leading companies in the technology world – many people find it notable that he has worked for the White House Military Office, supporting the Office of the President of the United States for multiple years.

 
Elmore - Officer described as “exemplary, well liked”
Written by Larry Limpf   
Monday, 17 March 2014 09:06

Days after losing officer Jose Chavez to an act of violence, members of the Elmore Police Department were still trying to come to terms with the sudden death of the man known as Andy to friends and colleagues.

“I don’t think the reality has set in around here yet,” Chief George Hayes said Wednesday.

Hayes said he received a call at 3 a.m. notifying him of the shooting of the 26-year-old Chavez.

 
Oak Harbor income tax credit under review
Written by Cynthia L. Jacoby   
Monday, 17 March 2014 11:46

Tight finances are forcing Oak Harbor Village Council to consider possible elimination or reduction of the village’s income tax credit.

Currently, the village collects a 1 percent income tax from village residents who live and work in the village. People who live in the village but work in communities where another tax is collected are exempt from the tax

The income tax dates back to 1971 and, last year brought in a little more than $680,000, according to tax administrator Kim Mehlow.

The village, however, continues to struggle to keep its finances in the black as major projects such as a combined overflow sewer system revamp and other utility line replacements loom. As a result, leaders are exploring a number of ways increasing revenues to offset expenses.

 
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