Frank Weasner hired as Clyde Finance Director
CLYDE — Clyde City Council authorized selecting Frank Weasner, of Clyde, as the city’s new finance director at its Might 17 assembly.
City Supervisor Justin LaBenne described that the city been given a $215,000 grant from the Transportation Possibilities Plan to make pedestrian improvements on Maple Street and the perform is scheduled with the Ohio Division of Transportation for Fiscal Year 2025.
LaBenne also noted the Paden Lane undertaking is awaiting a grant from Clydescope Economic Development Corporation for masonry and painting function to be completed. A mural will be painted as aspect of the challenge.
BCS to break ground for new university
OAK HARBOR — Benton-Carroll Salem Faculty District will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for the Oak Harbor Intermediate University at 2 p.m. June 2 driving R.C. Waters Elementary University. The local community is invited to attend. The new university will property grades four to six when accomplished.
Fremont to start flushing hydrants
FREMONT — The Metropolis Water and Sewer Division will be continuing its annual hearth hydrant stream tests/flushing method in the southeast quadrant of Fremont relocating to the northeast.
The course of action will take close to 4 to 6 months weeks to entire just about every fifty percent of the metropolis and is set to get started Monday. Hearth hydrant flow tests/flushing plans are needed to guarantee that an satisfactory supply of harmless, high-quality water is obtainable for customer use and an sufficient amount of water is obtainable for fireplace protection.
The screening identifies certain regions of the city’s drinking water distribution technique requiring repairs and updates concerning water amount and high quality. Prospects might experience momentary small stress and/or discoloration of h2o. Customers going through persistent challenges might get in touch with the H2o and Sewer Upkeep Division at 419-332-3181.
Veteran Corridor of Fame nominees sought
COLUMBUS — The deadline for submitting nominations for the Ohio Veterans Corridor of Fame is 3 months away and nominations are sought from those who know previous services users who are excelling and building a change in modern society.
The Hall of Fame recognizes people who served in the U.S. Armed Forces and keep on to lead to our communities, state, and nation by way of fantastic functions of volunteerism, advocacy, experienced distinction, general public support or philanthropy. The deadline to submit nomination forms for thing to consider for the 2022 class of the Ohio Veterans Corridor of Fame is June 1. Guidelines, a sample nomination and more details are obtainable at the Hall of Fame Nomination site at dvs.ohio.gov/corridor-of-fame.
This report initially appeared on Fremont News-Messenger: News Briefs: Frank Weasner hired as Clyde Finance Director