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Energy projects provide fuel on the road to recovery
Written by John Szozda   
Monday, 17 February 2014 09:50

Energy is fueling a $1.94 billion fire that could ignite our economy this year and in the near future.progressbutton2014

That gaudy number reflects the upcoming investments in our community from four energy companies: First Energy, BP-Husky Refinery, PBF Refinery and Clean Energy. Those investments are:

• First Energy announced two weeks ago it would invest $600 million to upgrade the Davis Besse nuclear power plant near Oak Harbor;

• PBF Energy, owner of the former Sunoco Refinery, announced in December it would invest $140 million in the next 15 months to upgrade its 282-acre refinery on the Toledo-Oregon border;

• BP-Husky Refinery in the spring announced it would soon start its $400 million project to enable it to refine sour crude from the Husky oil sands in Alberta, Canada;

 
Rhonda Damschroder to run as placeholder for husband
Written by Larry Limpf   
Friday, 21 February 2014 13:42

 Saying he’s been emboldened by “tremendous” support from his constituents, State Representative Rex Damschroder (R- Fremont) will have his wife, Rhonda, run as a write-in candidate in the May 6 primary election as a placeholder for him on the ballot.
 If she were to win the nomination, she would then withdraw from the race which would allow party officials in the 88th House district to put his name on the ballot for the November general election.
 Rep. Damschroder was forced to withdraw from the race after the Sandusky County Board of Elections discovered he hadn’t signed some of his candidate petitions.

 
Vehicles still blocking plows in snow emergencies
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Monday, 17 February 2014 09:48

Oregon Mayor Mike Seferian said the public should realize when a snow emergency is issued, there should not be vehicles parked on the streets so that plows can clear away the snow.

“We hope people do move them. There have been occasions when we’ve had cars towed. We haven’t lately. Not this year,” said Seferian at a council meeting on Monday. “But we keep trying to threaten it and hope they’ll be moved. People have an obligation to do it. For the most part, people do it. People actually start doing it a lot of times before we call the snow emergencies.”

 
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