The Press Newspaper
Ben Freudenburg, author and director and professor in family life studies at Concordia University in Ann Arbor, will be the guest speaker at the 8 and 10:30 a.m. worship services.
A ministry fair will be held during the Sunday School hour for adults. The new school year will begin for children at 9:15 a.m.
A family potluck picnic will begin at noon, and games are scheduled for the afternoon on the church campus, located at Pickle and Lallendorf, just south of Pearson Park. For more information, call 419-691-9407.
Master of ceremonies will be WTOL TV-11’s Jerry Anderson. The event will include speakers, music, an armed forces honor guard and rifle salute and more.
Parking will be available beginning at 5:45 p.m. Information tables will open at 6 p.m. Those attending are invited to bring lawn chairs and mosquito repellent.
The tribute is sponsored by the American Red Cross, Heroes in Action Military Support Outreach, the North West Ohio Military Support Group, the Lucas County Veterans Service Commission and members of the Point Place Business Association.
The company has corrected the violations.
State regulations require facilities that have more than a designated quantity of a regulated substance to have a risk-management plan. Federal law also requires users of hazardous chemicals to submit a risk management plan detailing how they will reduce the risk of accidents and promptly respond if an accident occurs.
The Rossford plant manufactures automobile glass. Two storage tanks at the facility each hold 1,500 pounds of titanium tetrachloride. The threshold limit for the chemical is 2,500 pounds.
In November 2007, Ohio EPA audited the facility and found six violations, including failure to develop a risk management plan, failure to submit the plan when required and failure to conduct a hazard review and required training. The company will pay $12,120 to Ohio EPA’s risk-management plan fund. The remaining $3,030 will be paid to Ohio EPA’s Clean Diesel School Bus Program.
Lee Cutchall was napping the afternoon of July 9 at his home at 25184 Bradner Rd. when he heard a crash in his living room and found a paving brick someone had thrown through the window.
The incident occurred about 2:40 p.m.
Mr. Cutchall had initially offered $2,000 as a reward.
Motion sensor cameras at his home didn’t detect anyone approaching the house, according to the police report. The house sits about 250 feet from the road and there is a half-acre pond in the front yard.
Anyone with information about the incident should contact the Lake Township Police Department at (419) 838-6651.