Archive - Jan 17, 2013
It is not too late for those who haven’t gotten the flu vaccine to get it, county health officials say.
The Auglaize County Health Department has no more adult vaccine, but has a couple hundred doses of the pediatric version of the vaccine for children ages 6-months to 18-years-old. The adult vaccine is still available at physicians’ offices and pharmacies in the county.
Two Wapakoneta city elected officials expressed a desire for a city administrator to explore putting offices in an existing building as an alternative to including them in the plans for a new building.
Wapakoneta City Council Finance Committee members reviewed the Water Treatment Plant and the Water Expansion funds Wednesday which included $350,000 for a possible building next to the new Water Treatment Plant on the south side of U.S. 33. The proposed building would house 10 vehicles, supplies, several offices and restrooms.
WAYNESFIELD — Waynesfield-Goshen School Board members agreed to put a 4.9-mill renewal levy on the ballot in the May primary election.
The levy, which has been in place since 1988, funds permanent improvements for items such as grounds, buses, equipment, and technology. While voters passed the levy at 4.9 mills, the levy generates approximately $196,000 per year and has rolled back to an effective rate of approximately 3.3 mills, meaning it currently cost a homeowner with a $100,000 home approximately $116 per year.