The Press Newspaper
Countdown has begun to the Genoa Elementary Parent Teacher Organization’s biggest event of the year.
The annual carnival will take place from 5-8 p.m. April 19, on the school grounds.
“It’s definitely our biggest fundraiser of the year,” said PTO President Brandi Baez.
Northwood City Council at a meeting earlier this month discussed the possibility of the city sharing the cost of a police officer that would be assigned to the school district.
Councilwoman Connie Hughes said at a committee of the whole meeting on April 4 that the city had at one time provided a Drug Awareness and Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) officer to the district, but it was cut from the budget as a result of the recession.
Increased traffic congestion and delays are likely in Oregon next week as the result of the rehabilitation of a sanitary sewer on Wheeling Street as part of the Oregon Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Project, Phase 2.
From Sunday, April 21 at 8 a.m. through Thursday, April 25, at 5 p.m., the city will close the center westbound through lane of Navarre Avenue at the intersection of Wheeling Street and Navarre Avenue, Oregon Public Service Director Paul Roman said at a council meeting on Monday.
A proposed electrical power plant in the City of Oregon would be able to offset a large portion of the more than 6 gigawatts of capacity scheduled to go offline in 2015 due to federal environmental regulations, William Martin, a managing partner of North America Project Development, LLC, testified during a hearing Tuesday before the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.
Workers’ compensation forum planned
The employers will hear from Buehrer on BWC’s work over the course of two years to get injured workers healthy and back on the job and to maintain stable compensation rates.