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A resolution of support for a Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments study of a proposed regional water authority has been approved by the Lake Township trustees.
The trustees approved the resolution Tuesday after hearing a brief report from Mark Hummer, township administrator, of a TMACOG meeting he attended where the proposed water authority was discussed.
The Ohio Sixth District Court of Appeals has upheld a judgment awarding a former CSX Transportation, Inc. employee $240,000 for injuries he sustained in 2010 while working at the Stanley Yard in Walbridge.
Jerome Shiple, who worked as a brakeman/conductor, filed a complaint in November 2013 in Lucas County Common Pleas Court that he injured his knee while boarding a locomotive from the east side of a departure track in the yard.
The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency last week issued a Water Quality Certification for the Kinder Morgan Utopia gas pipeline.
The 12-inch diameter pipeline will be constructed through a 213 mile area, and stretch from Harrison County to Fulton County. It will go through the counties of Wood, Lucas, Sandusky, Harrison, Carroll, Tuscarawas, Stark, Wayne, Ashland, Richland, Huron and Seneca.
Northwood has installed warning lights at three intersections that will notify motorists that trains are passing railroad crossings to give them the opportunity to select an alternate route and reduce traffic congestion.
“The last camera was installed. So we are closer to operating them,” said City Administrator Bob Anderson.
The lights have been installed at the intersections of Wales and East Broadway, Wales and Drouillard heading into Walbridge, and at Wales and Woodville, he said.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine last week warned the public to be more vigilant about suspicious phone calls due to the latest phone scam.
Several people across the state have filed complaints with DeWine’s office since Friday.
The scam involves the caller asking “Can you hear me?” The caller tries to trick consumers into responding “Yes,” and using their response to place unauthorized charges on their phone or utility bills.
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