The Press Newspaper
New bright neon signs promoting pedestrian safety popped up on the main street of Oak Harbor this week.
And motorists likely took a double take as their vehicles passed the four-foot signs posted along the center line of Water Street near the Portage District Fire Station and a block down from the State Route 19 intersection. The signs emphasize that it’s state law to yield to pedestrians at crosswalks.
Outside review planned of OSU band allegations
An independent task force headed by former Ohio Attorney General Betty Montgomery will conduct a review of allegations of sexual harassment within The Ohio State University marching band program, expanding on an internal investigation that led to the dismissal of Jon Waters, the band’s director.
Voters in the Woodmore Local School District will decide this fall whether or not they want to fund a new auditorium at the high school.
The school board Monday unanimously approved a resolution to place a bond issue on the November ballot that would, if passed, generate approximately $4.5 million for the construction of a new auditorium and other improvement projects in the district.
The Oregon Branch Library will be closed temporarily starting Aug. 11 for an expansion project that will add 3,700 square feet to the facility at 3340 Dustin Road.
A temporary site in the former Wynn Elementary School will be open beginning the last week in August.
New regulations covering subdivisions in Wood County will be on the agenda of the county commissioners’ Aug. 5 meeting.
The county planning commission has approved a final draft of the 70-page document.
Dave Steiner, director of the planning commission, said the new regulations will replace regulations adopted in 1989 that include an update to open space rules approved in 2005.
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