Clyde to retain the services of new finance director
CLYDE — Clyde Metropolis Council will meet at 7 p.m. nowadays, and on the agenda is a resolution to appoint a new town finance director. The past finance director, Craig Davis, resigned in April.
There also is a resolution to authorize the metropolis supervisor to retain the services of an engineering group, Blanchard Structure Associates of Findlay, for a North Church Avenue advancement task.
A resolution to make city expert services readily available to at 14.8-acre residence owned by John W. and Carolyn R. Rhodes, after it is annexed into the town, also is on the agenda.
Backyard plots now offered to local community residents
FREMONT – Sandusky County residents may perhaps indication up for the community backyard garden challenge.
The yard, remaining coordinated by the Ohio Point out University Sandusky County Extension office and the Sandusky/Ottawa Grasp Gardeners in cooperation with the county commissioners and the Town of Fremont, is composed of plots and elevated beds on county land at the corner of Countryside Push and Fifth Street, just south of the US Route 6 exit off of the US Route 20 bypass.
To indicator up for a plot, submit a $20 deposit that is refundable at season’s stop if all tips have been followed. Learn Gardener undertaking coordinators will speak to individuals to assign a plot and protect the rules and principles for the yard. Members can plant whatever they wish, but must present their personal plants, back garden instruments and maintenance to the garden plots.
The city has delivered a drinking water obtain so members can h2o their plots. Learn Gardeners would be glad to guide any one with ideas on what to grow and how to expand it.
The sign-up sheet is situated at the Sandusky County Extension Workplace, 2000 Countryside Travel, or phone 419-334-6340. There is no deadline to sign up.
Very last ELMS evening meal for season established on Thursday
PORT CLINTON — The past ELMS Local community Food of the spring season will be at 5 p.m. Thursday at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, East Second Street. The evening meal will involve barbecue rooster and trimmings. The meal is carry-out only. The totally free meals are sponsored by St. Thomas and Peace Lutheran churches and will resume in September.
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