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Administrator named: Longtime public servant nabbed for top post

November 30, 2011

The Auglaize County administrator position has been filled.
Michael Hensley, 53, who works as a quality improvement manager and ombudsman with Allen County Children Services, accepted the position Tuesday after being offered the job by the Auglaize County commissioners.
He described his hiring as an honor and it will be a privilege to work with the commissioners, elected officials and department heads, and for the residents of Auglaize County.
“I’ve always wanted to serve the citizens and taxpayers,” said Hensley, who lives in the Cridersville area. “I consider them my boss.

Helping flash a bright smile

November 30, 2011

Walking away with a new toothbrush and toothpaste in hand and flashing a fresh, white smile, a young Cridersville Elementary School student who had never before been to the dentist got that chance Tuesday at school.

City starts budget process

November 30, 2011

This is the last budget process for one Wapakoneta City Council member — and he offered some advice to his eventual successor.
Councilor-at-large Wilbur Wells, who serves as chair of the Finance Committee, reviewed the 2011 city expense report Tuesday with fellow committee members — 1st Ward Councilor Jim Neumeier and 3rd Ward Councilor Bonnie Wurst — and they started the process in crafting the proposed 2012 city budget.

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