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Letters to the Editor 10-13-18

Meadows subdivision the county allowed the water outlet to be tied into a field tile of a farmer's field. I guess I do not understand why this is not paid for by flood-control money, or is that just for the City of Findlay and no one else? Everyone in this county has paid sales tax for this flood

Western Meadows drainage project approved

the area of Ohio 12 and Hancock County 140. The line is needed because of a crushed drainage tile in the area. The outlet line would prevent flooded streets in the subdivision, sanitary sewer issues and property damage to residences and roads, he has said. Doug Cade, assistant Hancock County

Meat market finally reopens, response is ‘overwhelming’

JEFF MILLER, the owner of Miller’s Meat BBQ & Catering, is back in business, 11 months after the Findlay store was heavily damaged by a storm. Miller’s journey to reopening took much longer than the several weeks he had expected. (Photo by Kevin Bean / The Courier) By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER

City flood-control project ‘really, finally happening’

Derek Dalton, left, project manager for the Stantec engineering firm, and Hancock County Commissioner Brian Robertson, right, were among the speakers Thursday as a groundbreaking ceremony was held for Findlay’s first large-scale flood-control project. Dalton said the river-widening project will

Hancock County to pay river maintenance assessment

The Hancock County commissioners on Thursday rescinded a resolution approved earlier this month to assess Hancock County property owners $1 each to replenish a Blanchard River maintenance fund. In a separate resolution, the commissioners agreed to pay the assessment from the county's flood

Hancock County to pay assessment for river maintenance fund

The Hancock County commissioners on Thursday rescinded a resolution approved earlier this month to assess Hancock County property owners $1 each to replenish a Blanchard River maintenance fund. In a separate resolution, the commissioners agreed to pay the assessment from the county's flood

VIDEO: Ground broken for Findlay flood control project

Decades in the making, Findlay and Hancock County officials finally broke ground on a flood control project for the Blanchard River in Findlay on Thursday. Local News. Newsletter Video. Trending Now

“This is really happening:” Ceremony marks start of long-awaited flood control work

It seemed oddly fitting that groundbreaking ceremonies for first, large-scale flood-control project for the Blanchard River at Findlay took place this afternoon, under the threat of rain. For Findlay, heavy rainfall poses a threat to both life and property, and the city has become well

Ceremony to launch Findlay’s river work

A groundbreaking ceremony for flood control improvements to the Blanchard River at Findlay will be held at noon today near the river. Parking for the ceremony will be available on the west side of Cory Street, just north of the Norfolk Southern Railroad bridge, 330 N. Cory St. On Sept. 11, the

Groundbreaking Thursday for Findlay flood-control project

A groundbreaking ceremony for the flood-control improvements to the Blanchard River at Findlay will be held at noon Thursday near the river. Parking for the ceremony will be available on the west side of Cory Street, just north of the Norfolk Southern Railroad bridge, 330 N. Cory St. On Sept. 11
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