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Mihalik leaves legacy of jobs growth

elevating this community to a state-level player and our success economically, I really don't think we would have gotten a commitment for $15 million for flood mitigation," he said, referring to legislation signed last month by Gov. John Kasich. Findlay has been ranked first for business growth for four

JFS workers to get pay hike

be 6-12 inches lower than the previous dams. A new channel has not be completed yet. It will be constructed to allow flow down the middle of river. The work is all part of the original project, Wilson said. The goal is to reduce flooding in the downtown area during periods of heavy rain, officials

Resident: Third reservoir would fix river flooding

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER The Hancock County commissioners heard a suggestion Thursday from a Vanlue resident on how to fix the Blanchard River flooding: construction of a third reservoir near the existing two east of Findlay. John Nathan "Nate" Kloepfer, of Vanlue, attended the commissioners

Moving on

Corp.'s commitment to stay in Findlay after the 2007 flood led to development of a new office building and Hancock Hotel. Downtown Findlay has undergone a renaissance as well with a streetscape project and the renovation of the old Central Auditorium. Flood-control efforts have progressed more slowly

Mayor Mihalik to lead state agency

LYDIA MIHALIK, above, who is serving her second term as Findlay’s mayor, was nominated Thursday as director of the Ohio Development Services Agency under Gov.-elect Mike DeWine. The incoming governor announced his Cabinet picks, below, during a news conference in Columbus that Mihalik attended
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Mihalik on state agency nod: ‘It was an opportunity I couldn’t pass up’

the local level." Mihalik is in her second term as mayor. She was elected Findlay's first female mayor in 2011. DeWine has cited Mihalik's attention to issues like flood reduction and improving the way the city delivers services to residents. "One of the things I'm really excited about relative to

City vacates two streets despite November ballot issue

By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer Findlay officials vacated the right of way for two undeveloped streets on the city's east side, despite a citizen's referendum petition to stop the vacation and put the matter to a citywide vote in November. Matthias Leguire, of 830 E. Sandusky St., who spearheaded
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Findlay vacates 2 streets despite citizen’s challenge

Findlay officials filed the paperwork to vacate the right of way for two undeveloped streets on the city's east side, despite a citizen's referendum petition to stop the vacation and put the matter to a citywide vote in November. Matthias Leguire, of 830 E. Sandusky St., who spearheaded the

Eagle Creek reaches minor flood stage before receding

Monday's rainfall caused Eagle Creek, which flows into the Blanchard River at Findlay, to reach minor flood stage Monday night and Tuesday. The creek fell back below minor flood stage Tuesday afternoon. The creek's minor flood stage starts at 9 feet, and its moderate flood stage begins at 10 feet
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Eagle Creek falls below minor flood stage

Monday's rainfall caused Eagle Creek, which flows into the Blanchard River at Findlay, to reach minor flood stage Monday night. The creek fell back below minor flood stage Tuesday afternoon. The creek's minor flood stage starts at 9 feet, and its moderate flood stage begins at 10 feet. The creek
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