For one retiring Wapakoneta High School teacher, he enjoyed working with the students on their English skills.
â€śFor the most part, the kids were very nice,â€ť retiring Wapakoneta retiring teacher Mike Schepp said. â€śThey were fun to work with and deal with.â€ť
Those are two things that 32 years boiled down to for Schepp, one of five teachers recently honored upon their retirement from the Wapakoneta City Schools district.
Schepp, who is a Lima native and still lives there, said the small town atmosphere found in Wapakoneta is special.
A Wapakoneta resident voiced concerns Monday about flooding in front of his home for the second time in the last decade and wants to know what these city administrators plan to do to alleviate the problem.
Jim Elshire, 314 Dogwood Avenue, addressed Wapakoneta City Council members about the slow drainage of water into his nearby stormwater sewer when rains cause flooding in front of his property.
The cityâ€™s electrical power portfolio will include electricity from the Fremont Energy Center, but at a level far less than requested by American Municipal Power (AMP) executives.
Wapakoneta City Council members approved Monday an ordinance for the city to participate at a level of 3 megawatts, less than the 17 megawatts suggested by AMP officials. Councilors made the decision based on a recommendation from their energy consultant John Courtney, of Courtney & Associates.