Frank Weasner hired as Clyde Finance Director
CLYDE — Clyde Town Council accredited using the services of Frank Weasner, of Clyde, as the city’s new finance director at its May 17 assembly.
City Supervisor Justin LaBenne described that the metropolis received a $215,000 grant from the Transportation Choices Software to make pedestrian advancements on Maple Avenue and the work is scheduled with the Ohio Division of Transportation for Fiscal 12 months 2025.
LaBenne also described the Paden Lane undertaking is awaiting a grant from Clydescope Economic Development Company for masonry and painting get the job done to be accomplished. A mural will be painted as component of the challenge.
BCS to crack floor for new faculty
OAK HARBOR — Benton-Carroll Salem College District will maintain a groundbreaking ceremony for the Oak Harbor Intermediate College at 2 p.m. June 2 driving R.C. Waters Elementary College. The community is invited to attend. The new college will dwelling grades four to six when completed.
Fremont to begin flushing hydrants
FREMONT — The City H2o and Sewer Department will be continuing its once-a-year fire hydrant stream testing/flushing program in the southeast quadrant of Fremont transferring to the northeast.
The approach will consider roughly four to 6 months weeks to finish every 50 % of the town and is established to get started Monday. Fire hydrant stream tests/flushing packages are required to guarantee that an suitable supply of harmless, high-quality drinking water is readily available for consumer use and an satisfactory amount of h2o is obtainable for hearth protection.
The tests identifies specific locations of the city’s drinking water distribution procedure requiring repairs and upgrades concerning h2o amount and excellent. Consumers may perhaps encounter non permanent lower stress and/or discoloration of h2o. Prospects suffering from persistent issues may perhaps make contact with the Water and Sewer Upkeep Division at 419-332-3181.
Veteran Hall of Fame nominees sought
COLUMBUS — The deadline for submitting nominations for the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame is three months away and nominations are sought from these who know previous company customers who are excelling and generating a change in culture.
The Corridor of Fame acknowledges those who served in the U.S. Armed Forces and proceed to contribute to our communities, condition, and nation as a result of excellent acts of volunteerism, advocacy, experienced distinction, general public service or philanthropy. The deadline to post nomination types for consideration for the 2022 course of the Ohio Veterans Corridor of Fame is June 1. Guidelines, a sample nomination and more information and facts are offered at the Hall of Fame Nomination web site at dvs.ohio.gov/corridor-of-fame.
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