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The Times Leader
Approve applicationThat's what officials in the city of Martins Ferry and Pease Township determine
Approve application
The Times Leader / Posted 12 days ago
That's what officials in the city of Martins Ferry and Pease Township determined in recent weeks. Together, they are working to address a concern that has a serious impact on a number of local residents. City Development?Director Kathy?Gagin said... Read more
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The Times Leader
City and township partner for repairsDuring a recent Martins Ferry City Council meeting, Development Director Kathy
City and township partner for repairs
The Times Leader / Posted 13 days ago
During a recent Martins Ferry City Council meeting, Development Director Kathy Gagin said the city and Pease Township together applied for emergency funding from the Ohio Public Works Commission to repair a slip on Ohio Street. The slipping road... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Girard mayor expects bridge to reopen this fallThere's light at the end of the tunnel for Girard residents who have been takin
Girard mayor expects bridge to reopen this fall
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 17 days ago
There's light at the end of the tunnel for Girard residents who have been taking a detour around the Glendale Avenue bridge for the last year. The bridge connects two neighborhood developments, Squaw Creek and Seneca Woods, with Route 422. Girard... Read more
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Salem News
Official sees need to fix aging water linesIn reviewing the history of water line breaks in the city, commission Chairman
Official sees need to fix aging water lines
Salem News / Posted 24 days ago
In reviewing the history of water line breaks in the city, commission Chairman Bob Hodgson said last year was the second worst year they've had with 47 breaks and over half of those occurred in the spring and summer. "We want to be a little more... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Mahoning commissioners support wetlands grantsYOUNGSTOWN Mahoning County commissioners adopted resolutions Monday supporting
Mahoning commissioners support wetlands grants
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 27 days ago
YOUNGSTOWN Mahoning County commissioners adopted resolutions Monday supporting two applications by the Boardman Township trustees for state wetlands preservation grants, under which the township would acquire undeveloped wooded wetlands from private... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Mahoning commissioners OK applications for wetlands grantsYOUNGSTOWN — The Mahoning County commissioners adopted resolutions this morning
Mahoning commissioners OK applications for wetlands grants
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 28 days ago
YOUNGSTOWN — The Mahoning County commissioners adopted resolutions this morning supporting two applications by the Boardman Township trustees for state wetlands preservation grants. The Clean Ohio Conservation Program grants would come from the Ohio... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Boardman looks to preserve properties as wetlandsBOARDMAN The township is working to preserve two parcels from future developme
Boardman looks to preserve properties as wetlands
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 28 days ago
BOARDMAN The township is working to preserve two parcels from future development. At a recent meeting, the township board of trustees authorized the administration to move forward with applications to secure grant funding from the Clean Ohio Fund... Read more
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The Times Leader
Approve fundingMayor Martin Lucas said the current system of treating effluent, or liquid wast
Approve funding
The Times Leader / Posted 29 days ago
Mayor Martin Lucas said the current system of treating effluent, or liquid waste, uses chlorine gas for disinfection. While this method is effective at killing harmful microbes, it is also dangerous. Fumes from the chlorine gas can be hazardous to... Read more
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The Times Leader
Bethesda seeks funds for UV light systemAccording to Mayor Martin Lucas, Bethesda's effluent (liquid waste or sewage) i
Bethesda seeks funds for UV light system
The Times Leader / Posted 30 days ago
According to Mayor Martin Lucas, Bethesda's effluent (liquid waste or sewage) is currently disinfected by chlorination before it is discharged into the local creek. However, Lucas said the chlorine gas in use is hazardous to employees at the... Read more
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The Times Leader
Paving plannedMartins Ferry Service Director Chris Cleary said during this week's city counci
Paving planned
The Times Leader / Posted a month ago
Martins Ferry Service Director Chris Cleary said during this week's city council meeting that about $460,000 in total funding from the Ohio Public Works Commission has been approved for the project. The remainder of the cost will be funded by the... Read more
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The Marietta Times
City, contractor at odds over bumpy road"There wasn't much done properly," said City Engineer Joe Tucker about the surf
City, contractor at odds over bumpy road
The Marietta Times / Posted a month ago
"There wasn't much done properly," said City Engineer Joe Tucker about the surfacing of the road. "The lower courses of asphalt were OK but what the drivers feel in bumpiness as they move up the road is the issue with the surface." For Brandy... Read more

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