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Salt bids lower

September 22, 2012

A mild winter last season, both locally and across the state, resulted in a 27 percent drop in salt bids for the county this week.

“Salt bids came in at the lowest price since 2007,” Auglaize County Engineer’s Office Chief Deputy Engineer Gary Kuck told the Wapakoneta Daily News.

Bids in 2007 were $47 per ton of salt. For 2012-13, the lowest bid came in at $49.68 per ton.

“The last four years, they have been within $1, between $67.84 and $68.55,” Kuck said.

Pushing working bills: Brown seeks to protect call center workers

September 22, 2012

In an effort to save Ohio jobs and to protect Ohio consumers, Democratic U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown supports proposed legislation which would require companies to notify consumers their calls are being transferred abroad.

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