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Local Briefs: 03-29-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 29 March 2014 08:10
Flood committee at Pemberville meets Tuesday
PEMBERVILLE - The Pemberville Flood Committee has called a special meeting for Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the Village Hall.
A representative of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources will attend to talk with the committee about a multi-purpose retention mound presented by Denny Henline at the March 18 meeting of Pemberville Village Council.
The meeting is open to everyone.

Haskins-Poe closure delayed
The closure of Haskins Road (Ohio 64) at Poe Road has been postponed until Monday, April 14.
City Engineer Troy Sonner said weather is the reason with much frost remaining in the ground from the cold winter.
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Perrysburg releases downtown events calendar PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 28 March 2014 11:13
PERRYSBURG - At its annual meeting, Downtown Perrysburg Inc. released its event schedule for 2014.
•    May 2 - First Friday
•    June 6 - First Friday
•    June 21 - Rock the Docks
•    July - Outdoor Family Movie Night
•    August 1 - First Friday
•    August 2 - Cruise by the River Classic Car Show
•    September 5 - First Friday
•    September 20 - Rock the Docks
•    October 25 - OctoBOOfest
•    November 30 - Home for the Holidays Parade
•    December 13 - Indoor Family Movie Night  
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Megafloods is topic of McMaster lecture at BGSU PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 28 March 2014 11:05
"Megafloods on Earth, Mars, and Beyond" is the topic of the 2014 Harold McMaster Visiting Scientist lecture at Bowling Green State University.
Dr. Victor Baker, Regents' Professor and Professor of Planetary Sciences and Geosciences in the Department of Hydrology and Water Resources at the University of Arizona, will speak from 4 to 5 p.m. Monday in the Bowen-Thompson Student Union Theater.
The talk is free and open to the public. A reception will follow the lecture, from 5 to 6 p.m.
The immense megafloods of Earth's last Ice Age had short-term flows equaling those of ocean currents, altering global climate and creating bizarre landscapes like the Channeled Scabland of Washington state. More surprising has been the discovery that much larger megafloods occurred billions of years ago on the planet Mars. The Martian megafloods even produced a kind of ocean that transformed Mars to be like an Ice-Age Earth.
Baker has authored or co-authored 388 research papers and chapters and written or edited 18 books on topics that include the geology and paleohydrology of Mars, Quaternary paleohydrology and geology, flood geomorphology, and history/philosophy of Earth and planetary sciences.
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Local Briefs: 03-28-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 28 March 2014 11:05
State Patrol targets drivers this weekend
The Ohio State Highway Patrol will be teaming up with law enforcement officials from Florida to Michigan along the Interstate 75 corridor for The I-75 Challenge. This effort is a high visibility enforcement initiative aimed at reducing traffic crash fatalities.
Troopers in Ohio will be targeting safety belt usage, aggressive driving/speed and OVI-related violations during the initiative that continues through Sunday.
The I-75 Challenge is being spearheaded by the Florida Highway Patrol, and brings together state and local law enforcement from Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio and Michigan.
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Costco gets final OK at Perrysburg PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 27 March 2014 21:36
PERRYSBURG — Costco's final site plan was approved by the Planning Commission tonight, but construction will be delayed until next spring.
The commission approved the plan 5-1, with Greg Bade voting no and Byron Choka absent from the meeting.
Approval was made with five conditions related to sidewalk and landscaping elements as well as aspects of an on-site fuel station. Among the conditions, Costco must obtain further approval before the fuel station could be expanded with additional pumps to the west.
Negotiations between Costco and Columbia Gas Transmission, which owns an easement over a high-pressure gas line running diagonally through the property, have delayed the process. A final agreement has not yet been reached between the two companies, and relocation would still need to be approved by state and federal agencies.
Road improvements to the intersection at Eckel Junction Road and Ohio 25 should be complete by December, before the store's new construction schedule will begin.
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