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70 tons of tires recovered from river ‘benching’ area

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER The widening project on the Blanchard River near downtown Findlay has reached about three quarters of the way across the property which previously contained a tire dump, Steve Wilson, project manager for Maumee Watershed Conservancy District, told the Hancock County

Flood for thought

The next great flood project in the Blanchard River watershed could be a flood basin along Eagle Creek, just south of Findlay ... or not. Perhaps the next project would be additional "benching," similar to what's being done now just west of Main Street, or elevating certain low

Carey Council OKs contract for Memorial Park repaving

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER CAREY -- Carey Council approved an emergency ordinance to award Hohenbrink Excavating, Findlay, the contract to resurface Memorial Park Boulevard this year. The action was taken during council's regular meeting Monday. The company's bid of about $142,202 was the lowest

Eagle Creek flood basin idea: smaller and deeper

new plan would not involve forcing homeowners or farmers off their land, but instead has willing land sellers. (Sketch provided) By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer More information about efforts to resurrect flood basin plans along Eagle Creek was made public at Monday's meeting of the Findlay Rotary Club
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Group presents Eagle Creek flood basin plans

More information about efforts to resurrect flood basin plans along Eagle Creek was made public at today's meeting of the Findlay Rotary Club. Representatives of Blanchard River Watershed Solutions were guest speakers at the Rotary luncheon. Speaking were group president Dave Blatnik, a state

Letters to the Editor 03-15-19

to provide health insurance for employees. Many corporations enjoy that benefit at their locations in Europe that already have universal health care. So, yes, Craig Nichols, we would all be better off if more states acted like California. Douglas Berger Toledo   A SOLUTION TO RIVER FLOODING

Letters to the Editor 03-14-19

talented AOC. Justice Democrats endorsed others like Ilhan Omar, Pramila Jaypal, Ro Khanna and Raul Grijalva. Cenk Uygur, an early Justice Democrat, now with the modern "Young Turks," outlined the goal: flood the Democratic Party with challenges to moderate-left incumbents, with far-left challengers to

Other trash haulers absorbing customers after company fails

Mike Hile, owner of Cruise City Hauling, says smaller trash hauling companies in the area are “taking up the slack” after the demise of Fostoria-based G.I.B.S. Sanitation Services. Cruise City Hauling handles residential waste in Findlay and some rural areas of Hancock County. (Photo by Randy

Letters to the Editor 03-08-19

historical data I found about flooding in Findlay and past flood studies I read while I was running for City Council, she was uninterested and very shortsighted in our conversation. I really think she couldn't get off the phone fast enough. I felt she was burdened by what I said and never even thanked me

Glass recycling returning to Litter Landing

and other county departments; construction of a jail expansion; a centralized record-retention area to retain mandated items; flood reduction along major transportation corridors in Findlay to maintain traffic routes for safety vehicles; and development of a long-term management plan for county
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