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  1. Lake Erie algal blooms: Record-setting rain leads to high phosphorous loadsRead the original story

    Monday Jul 13 | Press

    If you are hoping there is any hope that harmful algal blooms will not occur in Lake Erie again this year, think again. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association, 2015 looks to be the second worst year ever for HABs, based on a phosphorous load from the Maumee River that has already exceeded recommended target loads.

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  2. Oregon awards contract to repave Corduroy RoadRead the original story

    May 11, 2015 | Press

    Council last August authorized the city to be part of a joint cooperation agreement with Lucas County Commissioners for grant and loan funding from the Ohio Public Works Commission equal to 47.29 percent of construction costs, with a maximum of $233,300 for the construction of the project. "Kokosing was the lowest bid.

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  3. Owner gives Starr-Main commercial building faceliftRead the original story w/Photo

    May 4, 2015 | Press

    In a day when East Toledo residents are complaining about blight and the negligence of commercial properties, one property owner is taking a step many don't. Dan Ridi of Daridi Investment, LLC is renovating the faade of his two commercial buildings at 653 Main Street, which sits at the corner of Starr and Main.

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  4. Demolition coming to 107-year-old East Toledo landmarkRead the original story

    Apr 17, 2015 | Press

    Workers have begun preparing a 107-year-old East Toledo landmark, the former Second Baptist Church at Main and Greenwood, for demolition last week. "It's a shame.

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  5. Springtime along Portage River -Towns hope flooding threat has passedRead the original story

    Mar 30, 2015 | Press

    Warmer weather is generally regarded as a good thing. But for several area towns the spring season has become synonymous with melting snow and ice and flooding.

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  6. Oak Harbor -Residents urge village to create Facebook pageRead the original story

    Mar 9, 2015 | Press

    Now, the 41-year-old former U.S. Marine has adapted his routine. When he's not commuting between a job in Maumee and his home in Oak Harbor and two other jobs, he finds information via his cell phone and the Internet.

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  7. Pipeline firm responds to residentsRead the original story

    Mar 2, 2015 | Press

    The company planning to construct a 22-mile natural gas pipeline between the cities of Maumee and Oregon has filed its opposition with the Ohio Power Siting Board to a request by a coalition of about 20 residents for another hearing on the project. The residents, calling themselves the Oregon Lateral Citizens Coalition, filed their request with the siting board last month to push for an alternate route for the 24-inch-diameter pipeline that will supply natural gas for an $800 million electric generation plant along Lallendorf Road in Oregon.

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  8. Residents want another pipeline hearingRead the original story

    Feb 16, 2015 | Press

    A coalition of residents with farms, homes and businesses along the proposed route of a 22-mile natural gas pipeline between the cities of Maumee and Oregon are requesting a rehearing before the Ohio Power Siting Board to push for an alternate route. North Coast Gas Transmission, a Columbus-based company, has applied to the siting board for permission to construct a 24-inch diameter pipeline to supply natural gas for an $800 million electric generation plant being built near the intersection of Lallendorf and York Street in Oregon.

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  9. Pipeline construction receives preliminary OKRead the original story

    Jan 5, 2015 | Press

    The staff of the Ohio Power Siting Board is recommending the approval of a proposed 22-mile natural gas pipeline between the cities of Maumee and Oregon provided that its construction meets environmental and other conditions. The application by North Coast Gas Transmission, a Columbus-based company, will be automatically approved by Jan. 6 unless the board's chairman, executive director or an administrative law judge decides the application should be suspended.

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  10. Ohio Power Siting BoardRead the original story

    Dec 15, 2014 | Press

    A review by the Ohio Power Siting Board staff of a proposed natural gas pipeline from Maumee to Oregon is expected to be complete this month. North Coast Gas Transmission is proposing to construct a 22-mile pipeline to supply natural gas for an $800 million electric generation plant to be built near the intersection of Lallendorf Road and York Street.

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