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Auglaize County and Wapakoneta city officials are ready for the possibility of adverse weather conditions beginning Thursday night and extending into Friday night as area residents head into the final weekend before Christmas.
The current weather forecast is calling for a winter weather mix of rain and snow coupled with high winds beginning Thursday evening and extending into Friday morning.
School board policies were updated and compensation for members approved Tuesday by Wapakoneta City Schools Board of Education members.
Compensation for the board’s five members for 2013 was set at $125 per meeting, up to a limit of 12 meetings annually.
Wapakoneta City Schools Superintendent Keith Horner said the rate has not increased since 2005.
An increase is actually a decrease.
Wapakoneta residents participating in the city’s natural gas aggregation may notice an increase in the cost per thousand cubic feet (Mcf) of natural gas from their summer bills, but in reality they are paying less for natural gas than they did last winter heating season.
Safety-Service Director Bill Rains contacted American Municipal Power (AMP) officials Tuesday to determine how the natural gas costs in the city’s aggregation policy increased without city administrators receiving written notification.