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Reworking remodeling

February 12, 2013

The city’s recreation director does not want more than $12,000 in a state grant to be wasted so he is working on ways to mix city labor with donations to remodel a building for bathrooms near The Rotary Gazebo at Harmon Park.

Wapakoneta Recreation Director Jack Hayzlett received estimates to remodel a storage building at Harmon Park at a cost of $35,000. The city received a Ohio Department of Natural Resources Nature Works grant totaling $12,397 to help with the project, but the city would lose the money if the project is not completed by December 2014.

W-G offers super 2 more years

February 12, 2013

WAYNESFIELD —  Waynesfield-Goshen Board of Education members elected to offer Superintendent Chris Pfister a two-year contract after discussion in executive session during Monday’s school board meeting.

Board President  David Pepple said board members decided to offer the two-year contract due to the positive steps the district has made under Pfister.

“We think he has done a great job,” Pepple said. “He has been working hard with the legislature in bringing equal opportunity for funding in lower evaluated districts.”

Auglaize County Commissioners buy house

February 12, 2013

Planning for the future, the Auglaize County commissioners recently purchased a Wapakoneta house.

The property at 104 W. Pearl St. was sold to the commissioners at a sheriff’s sale for $51,000, which was the highest bid offered. Commissioners had agreed prior to the sale not to offer more than the appraised value of $75,000 for the home and two-story garage.

The sale of the home was ordered for non-payment of property taxes.

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