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2014/11/27 03:44
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STRUTHERS The city received $149,185 from the Ohio Public Works Commission to fund a road project next summer. Mayor Terry Stocker said the city made plans to pave six streets — about two miles of...
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2014/11/26 19:12
2014/11/26 19:12
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By Ariel Hakim DOWNTOWN AKRON — Summit County Council adopted on first reading Nov. 24 a resolution of support for an application for grant funding that would help Coventry Local Schools move forward...
2014/11/24 07:18
2014/11/24 07:18
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The raises for the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association are retroactive to Jan. 1 of this year. The union's previous three-year contract was up at the close of 2013, but the city had yet to reach a new...
2014/11/24 05:12
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Oregon sewer rates to increase Wastewater treatment plant improvements cause of hike By 2017, improvements to Oregon’s wastewater plant will cost the average household using 1,034 cubic feet of water...
2014/11/23 05:14
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Crews will soon complete work on a $9 million expansion at the Southwest Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant Solids Facility. The facility in Medway received $1.5 million in upgrades in 2013 and an...
2014/11/18 06:32
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Council President Rich Cline spoke to attorneys from the Alliance for Defending Freedom Foundation, who represented the town of Greece, New York, in a case that went before the U.S. Supreme Court to...
2014/11/17 22:12
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Oregon considering temporary water rate increase for plant improvementsPosted: Monday, November 17, 2014 4:50 PM ESTUpdated: Monday, November 17, 2014 5:00 PM EST Oregon water treatment...
2014/11/16 06:44
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Pending approval by the Lawrence County Commission, design work to repair County Road 32 in the eastern end could start within the week. On Friday, county engineer Doug Cade accepted an offer by the...
2014/11/14 14:12
2014/11/14 14:12
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By Maria Lindsay NEW FRANKLIN — Residents in New Franklin are beginning to work together to address concerns about the NEXUS Gas Transmission line proposed to cross through the area. The NEXUS Gas...
2014/11/13 05:32
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The street paving fund is to remain at the increased level of $300,000. Last year, Montz suggested increasing the fund by $100,000. Additional money is proposed for alley work and curb replacements,...
2014/11/12 17:44
2014/11/12 17:44
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CAMPBELL All roadwork on state Route 289 is completed, except for work on a box culvert underneath the road. Mayor William VanSuch reported there should be no more traffic delays or hold ups due to...
2014/11/12 05:40
2014/11/12 05:40
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Road slip creates problems Nov. 12, 2014 @ 12:08 AM CHESAPEAKE, Ohio — Residents who use County Road 32 (Eaton Road) in the Chesapeake area are in for another several months of inconvenience and...
2014/11/07 05:32
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During a Fostoria City Council meeting, Repp gave an explanation of the recovery docket. "The recovery docket is going to be designed to help those individuals with prescription medication or opiate...
2014/11/06 14:37
2014/11/06 14:37
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All of the levies on the ballot across the county passed with the exception of the Harrison County General Health District and Edison Local School Emergency Renewal Tax for which there were only 21...
2014/11/04 00:02
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Dozens of people complained to the Warren County Board of Elections on Friday because of limited access to vote due to the city of Lebanon’s road construction. Lebanon started in July a $1.13 million...
2014/11/01 03:45
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YOUNGSTOWN — The cost of repairing a major sinkhole that caused the collapse of water and sewer lines — and the closing of Mahoning Avenue — is estimated at $260,000. The state will pick up 80...
2014/10/28 13:37
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In other matters during the last meeting, council approved a motion concerning an ordinance, which is renewal of the natural gas aggregation program. Fred Holmes of Volunteer Energy explained there...
2014/10/27 06:18
2014/10/27 06:18
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Council heard from residents in the Old Saybrook area earlier this month who were upset they could not do simple tasks like taking a shower or washing dishes because there wasn't enough water...
2014/10/26 05:18
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The contract was tentatively awarded at last week's council meeting to SET Inc. of Lowellville for $1.14 million, which submitted the lowest of the four bids received. SET's low bid was well under the...
2014/11/27 03:44
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