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 Grief counselors were being provided Thursday for employees of the Village of Walbridge following the apparent suicide of Walt Tylicki, the police chief.  

“It’s taken everybody by shock. I’ve been talking to all the staff, the administration, maintenance and police officers,” Mayor Ed Kolanko said. “The counselors will be here for all of us.”  

 Residue from the City of Toledo’s waste water treatment plant can be applied to a 73-acre field in Lake Township, the township trustees have been informed.

 The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency notified plant operators of the authorization in a June 23 letter. The trustees and Wood County Health Department were also notified by letter.

 Tim Rettig, the new superintendent of the Woodmore School District, has 21 years of experience in education, including a stint as a teacher and coach at Bryan City Schools; technology director and assistant high school principal at North Central Schools and, for the past five years, principal at the junior high and high school at North Central.

 The Woodmore  school board on June 30 approved a three-year contract with Rettig with an annual  starting salary of $110,000. The contract goes into effect Aug. 1.

 The Genoa school board intends to seek voter approval in November of a 0.5-mill levy to be used to fund computers and related technology.  

However, due to a planned roll-back of existing millage that is financing bonds issued to construct two school buildings, property owners will not see an increase in their tax bills if the November levy passes, Bill Nye, district treasurer, said.

 The board last week approved a resolution of necessity – the first step in placing a levy on the ballot – after hearing a presentation by Larry Hartlaub, Ottawa County auditor.

 Lake Township police chief Mark Hummer last week said there is a need for a public forum to discuss the issue of jurisdiction on interstate roadways.  He said he plans to invite state legislators, including representatives Steve Arndt and Theresa Gavarone and senator Randy Gardner, as well as Wood County sheriff Mark Wasylyshyn and staff from the Wood County prosecutor’s office to share opinions on House Bill 255.

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