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State Issue 1 draws fire at GOP luncheon

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER State Issue 1, a proposed constitutional amendment that would reduce low-level felony drug possession offenses to misdemeanors in Ohio, came under fire Friday when Republican candidates spoke at a GOP lunch in Findlay. The amendment will be on the Nov. 6 ballot. Mc

McComb’s request rejected

allow wind turbines to be installed at the site. Separately, the commissioners approved a resolution for a memorandum of understanding with the Maumee Watershed Conservancy District for the "benching" project to widen the banks of the Blanchard River in Findlay to reduce flooding. The memorandum allows

Referendum petition halts vacation of two Findlay streets

Matthias Leguire, right, and his mother, Renee Leguire, submit a referendum petition Thursday at the office of Findlay Auditor Jim Staschiak, at left. The petition seeks to reverse Findlay Councils decision to vacate the right of way for two undeveloped streets on the citys east side. (Photo by

Petition to overturn vacated undeveloped streets meets deadline

A referendum petition drive meant to reverse Findlay Councils decision to vacate the right of way for two undeveloped streets on the citys eastside met its first deadline today, stopping the vacation from becoming law by just one hour. Matthias Leguire, of 830 E. Sandusky St., submitted 216

City referendum deadline today

A referendum petition to stay the vacation of two undeveloped streets on Findlay's east side must be filed by 5 p.m. today with the Findlay city auditor's office. The street vacations go into effect today. Findlay City Council voted Aug. 7 to vacate the right of way for Carrol Street and Benton

Council Legislation

director to enter into a memorandum of understanding with the Maumee Watershed Conservancy District, Defiance, for maintaining flood-control benches along the Blanchard River in Findlay as part of the flood-control project. Ordinance approved 9-0. 2018-82, second reading, rezoning 716 Franklin St. from "R

Letter to the Editor 09-01-18

your rear access! Express your views on a city-owned property ... Tear it down! Own property downstream of a flooded development ... Prepare to be billed for a "ditch cleaning"! And there is the latest flap about the old Hochstettler building on Main Cross Street and retail people complaining

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UP: Can it really be? Hancock County finally appears to be close to moving dirt for the Blanchard River watershed's first major flood-control project. Bids for a widening project along a portion of the Blanchard River just west of downtown Findlay were opened last week, and the lowest one, at

Rose Prigge

Flood of Bremen, IN and Mary Anne Casavant of Palm Bay, FL; four children: David (Wendy) Prigge of Clayton, NC, Donna Leonard of Findlay, OH, Patricia (Timothy) Fallar of Suffolk, VA, and John (Cheryl) Prigge of Asheville, NC; and seven grandchildren: James, Annelise and Jason Prigge, Abigail and

Findlay Council still quarreling over street vacation law

By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer Findlay City Council was told Tuesday it has no choice but to allow the vacation of two undeveloped streets to become law, even though the debate over the decision is still raging. At Tuesday's council meeting, Councilwoman Holly Frische, R-1, said she has learned of

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