Two Wapakoneta City Council members adamantly object to spending the remaining Hauss-Helms funds for city park improvements, while the mayor does not want to have a closed mind about leveraging a portion the approximately $700,000 in reserve for the city’s park district.
WAYNESFIELD — Waynesfield-Goshen Tiger varsity football coach — the most successful coach in the school’s history — resigned Monday, simply saying “it was time.”
Waynesfield-Goshen Schools Board of Education members unanimously elected to accept Gary Spencer’s resignation at Monday’s board meeting.
Wapakoneta Public Works Departments crews have the trucks and equipment primed for the city’s first snowfall this winter as they continue to work on leaf pick-up this fall and they finish other projects this week.
At Monday’s Wapakoneta City Council meeting, Safety-Service Director Bill Rains announced that leaf pick-up is suspended this week due to the Thanksgiving holiday, but they will be back out cleaning leaves raked to the curb next week.