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2014/07/28 05:44
2014/07/28 05:44
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By EMMALEE C. TORISK STRUTHERS When Gary and Joanne Kalbasky moved into their Judith Lane home 38 years ago, the creek in their backyard was small and unobtrusive, stretching barely a foot...
2014/07/28 05:44
2014/07/28 05:44
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2014/07/27 00:14
2014/07/27 00:14
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The $2.6 million Veterans Bridge reconstruction project on North Fountain Avenue overlooking Buck Creek is expected to begin next March. The project will be bid this September and contractors are...
2014/07/25 05:44
2014/07/25 05:44
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Poland Township Trustees Robert Lidle and Eric Ungaro got into a heated exchange with a resident Thursday over the township’s handling of a ditch that has posed a problem for residents of Cliffview...
2014/07/24 14:12
2014/07/24 14:12
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By Staff WriterBath Trustees OK Ohio Public Works Commission funding BATH — At the Bath Township Board of Trustees meeting July 21, trustees voted 2-0 in favor of approving a resolution to apply for...
2014/07/20 10:53
2014/07/20 10:53
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DevelopmentUpper Arlington pursues revamp of Tremont RoadBuckeye Forum Podcast The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal government issues in the Buckeye Forum...
2014/07/20 06:18
2014/07/20 06:18
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At BWD's Board of Trustees meeting on Thursday, water district officials shared some of the details of the project and set a tentative date for work to begin. At the previous meeting on June 19,...
2014/07/19 20:09
2014/07/19 20:09
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Some Boardman residents may have to get used to a detour to get to their homes. On Friday morning, the signs and barricades went up around a patch of West Parkside Drive in Boardman. The township's...
2014/07/18 06:02
2014/07/18 06:02
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At BWD's Board of Trustees meeting on Thursday, water district officials shared some of the details of the project and set a tentative date for work to begin. At the previous meeting on June 19,...
2014/07/17 14:12
2014/07/17 14:12
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By Julia Kazar At the July 14 meeting, Norton City Council approved 5-0 an ordinance to authorize Administrative Officer Valerie Wax Carr to enter into an agreement with Environmental Design Group...
2014/07/16 04:33
2014/07/16 04:33
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That may change soon. While presenting a letter to commissioners during their meeting Tuesday morning, Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Steve Shuff suggested the board allow for a review of the...
2014/07/12 06:32
2014/07/12 06:32
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Hours for the pool are 1-7 p.m. daily, depending on weather conditions or the number of people at the pool. Levi George said she arrived at the pool at 4 p.m. and was told the pool was closing at 5:45...
2014/07/11 13:13
2014/07/11 13:13
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By Maria LindsayVoters to see renewal, replacement levies in November NEW FRANKLIN — New Franklin City Council approved two levies for the November General Election ballot, as well as plans for road...
2014/07/10 04:48
2014/07/10 04:48
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City engineer Joe Tucker recommended the road closure to Marietta City Council's streets and transportation committee Wednesday. "This is a serious problem so I'm recommending we close Channel Lane...
2014/07/07 21:17
2014/07/07 21:17
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NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fitch Ratings affirms the 'A+' rating on the following City of Toledo (the city), OH outstanding revenue bonds: --$3.4 million sewer system (the system) revenue and...
2014/07/06 06:56
2014/07/06 06:56
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Evidence of the most recent break - an orange-and-white sawhorse over a messy pit of fill dirt - settled into place near Reeder's mailbox. The line breaks have Reeder exasperated. "It's been going on...
2014/07/06 05:01
2014/07/06 05:01
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Hamilton prepared for a significant amount of infrastructure repair for 2014, but the long winter and frequent storms in the past weeks and months have delayed a large portion of the...
2014/07/05 05:15
2014/07/05 05:15
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Two road construction projects near Springboro Pike were pushed off until after the start of the state fiscal year on July 1. and are expected to be completed by November, a Moraine city official...
2014/07/05 05:01
2014/07/05 05:01
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Changes are coming to a one-lane bridge and curving road that have been the site of scores of crashes, at least two of them fatal. Starting Monday, Liberty Township’s Mauds Hughes Road bridge over...
2014/07/04 04:48
2014/07/04 04:48
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The city of Marietta will spend $529,366 for its annual streets paving contract this year. That's up from $455,254 for the 2013 asphalt paving program contract, with paving contractor Shelly & Sands...
2014/07/03 08:53
2014/07/03 08:53
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Sewer lines in Franklin Township could be fixed by year’s end Negotiations to have poorly installed sanitary sewer lines replaced in Franklin Township neighborhoods — where leaking septic systems are...
2014/07/28 05:44
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