A procedural change sits on the horizon for the Wapakoneta City Recreation Board in regard to approving expenditures in 2012.
Safety-Service Director Bill Rains explained expenses approved by Wapakoneta City Recreation Board members for projects and services for the cityâs park system must be OKâd by the city auditor first to ensure money is in the fund. The city would then issue a check.
CRIDERSVILLE â Administrators with a local village have agreed on a settlement for damages that were caused to a displaced family by a tornado that hit the village over a year ago.
Cridersville Village Solicitor Jim Hearn announced at Mondayâs council meeting that a settlement with Kathleen and Steve Florence, of East High Street, whose house was destroyed by a tornado in October 2010, was agreed upon in the amount of $22,000.
WAYNESFIELD â Waynesfield Board of Education members officially recognized Colin Maxwell as he made his last appearance as a school board member at Mondayâs meeting.
Maxwell, who served 14 years (1997-2011) on the board, decided not to run again this year. His position will be filled by Mark Chiles, who previously served on the board.
âIâve been on the board a long time and I feel we have accomplished a lot,â Maxwell said after the meeting.