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2015/02/26 14:12
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By Larry Soper Norton City Council unanimously passed a resolution Feb. 23 to cap at $5,000 the assessment fees for the looming installation of sanitary sewers in the Nash Heights are, a reduction...
2015/02/26 14:12
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2015/02/26 05:22
2015/02/26 05:22
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Council voted against the plan ratification in November, sending city officials and representatives for the JB Green Team to a closed-door negotiating meeting to discuss changes to the 15-year plan...
2015/02/25 05:44
2015/02/25 05:44
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YBI hosts author YOUNGSTOWN The Downtown Wellness Community today will host Dr. Jamie Marich, an author, educator and clinician on trauma, addiction and mindfulness, for an open discussion on what...
2015/02/21 06:18
2015/02/21 06:18
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Words were exchanged during the village council meeting after Mayor Mary Smith decided not to immediately hire a replacement for Officer Christopher Bruno, who resigned from the department this...
2015/02/20 22:14
2015/02/20 22:14
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A Springfield manufacturing firm continues to monitor nearby groundwater and air samples after finding traces of some chemicals in a few homes surrounding the factory as part of a lengthy cleanup...
2015/02/20 15:37
2015/02/20 15:37
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Allen recently had a conference call with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, which, in 2009, ordered the village to make improvements to the antiquated system. "There's still a significant...
2015/02/20 15:14
2015/02/20 15:14
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Avon Lake Regional Water will begin two large-scale construction projects this summer using zero interest loans from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. According to Todd Danielson, chief...
2015/02/18 07:49
2015/02/18 07:49
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Medina County commissioners on Tuesday approved a resolution to lower the “tipping fee” charged for handling trash at the Central Processing Facility from $57 to $45 per ton. But county Sanitation...
2015/02/17 06:38
2015/02/17 06:38
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Commission Chairman Bob Hodgson explained they'll likely need to go out for bonding through a bonding company to help finance the projects, such as completing Phases 2, 3 and 4 of the wastewater...
2015/02/16 05:12
2015/02/16 05:12
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Landfill that burned gets OK to stay open N. Toledo site’s future hinges on bankruptcy A member of the Stickney Recycling legal team says the site is in compliance with its state environmental...
2015/02/13 21:04
2015/02/13 21:04
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After receiving an $82,000 grant from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, Marimor Industries looked to improve its equipment. With the money, Marimor was able to purchase a cardboard baler. The...
2015/02/13 14:13
2015/02/13 14:13
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By Ariel HakimPlus, Council hears presentation on local sewer projects Revenue from county sales tax was 7.3 percent above estimates, making 2014 the best year since prior to the recession in 2008 in...
2015/02/13 14:13
2015/02/13 14:13
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By Larry Soper Norton City Council continues to make strides in its effort to convert an area of the municipality to a sanitary sewer system. The project to install sewers in several areas of the...
2015/02/13 05:34
2015/02/13 05:34
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The Utilities Commission took no action, though, saying more time is needed to study all the issues related to the proposed project. "I'll have to close my campground. I won't have a soccer program...
2015/02/12 23:02
2015/02/12 23:02
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... with concerns about falling energy prices, drilling keeps coming closer to home. A Washington County school hears about proposed injection wells near its property. In total, there...
2015/02/12 21:15
2015/02/12 21:15
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The city of Urbana is moving ahead with a roughly $560,000 project to replace aging water lines underneath its streets, part of a larger effort to better maintain miles of deteriorating...
2015/02/12 08:54
2015/02/12 08:54
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Kasich ending Corps’ sediment-dump in Lake Erie Gov. John Kasich signed an executive order yesterday that effectively prevents the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from dumping dredged material from...
2015/02/11 05:44
2015/02/11 05:44
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AUSTINTOWN The future of curbside recycling in Mahoning County remains unclear. The county’s recycling director told the county solid- waste policy committee he is working on an alternative to an...
2015/02/09 06:32
2015/02/09 06:32
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Despite all of the headlines and talk that Y2K would end the world as we knew it, there seemed to be little to show for those concerns. Economically, that might have been a different story. Within...
2015/02/09 00:19
2015/02/09 00:19
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State officials were in Norwalk on Thursday for follow-up investigation on the recent release of toxic water at a Milan Avenue car wash. On Jan. 23, emergency responders were called to the area of...
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