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River logjam: Objections, defense of project heard

January 11, 2012

LIMA — The Soil and Water District Joint Board of Supervisors chose unanimously to move ahead with an expansive logjam removal project despite opposition from those in a large crowd at a public hearing held before the vote.

In excess of 300 people turned out for the meeting, many voicing opposition to the project citing a variety of reasons.

Reconstruct review: East Benton St. set for total replacement

January 11, 2012

Fewer than a dozen people stopped by the Wapakoneta City Administration Building Tuesday to review engineer’s drawings for another phase of the East Benton Street reconstruction project.

The 2012 reconstruction project, which includes replacing water, sanitary and storm water sewer lines as well as lateral lines, is a full-depth reconstruction of the street from Water Street to the CSX railroad tracks. The natural gas company is to replace the main line and laterals, too.

Speaker: Lifestyle leads to gain

January 11, 2012

ST. MARYS — The United States is the most overweight country in the world, Joe Piscatella says, and the weight can be attributed to the unhealthy lifestyle many Americans lead.

“Unfortunately, in the United States, our lifestyle is out of whack,” Piscatella said. “The result is we have numbers of diseases and debilitating conditions that have a lot less to do with our genetic make-up and a lot more to do with the way we choose to live.”

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