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Former Putnam County employee awarded sick pay
Written by Nancy Kline   
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 8:50 PM

By Nancy Kline

Staff Writer

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OTTAWA — A former county employee has been awarded her sick pay in a small claims case in Putnam County.

Patricia Clementz, Cloverdale, has been awarded $2,664.51, which after deductions would result in the amount claimed of $1,916.58. The ruling was made by visiting Judge John T. Rohrs III. Clementz represented herself in court.

 
St. John's to present 'Godspell'
Written by Nancy Spencer   
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 8:47 PM
St. John’s High School students will present “Godspell” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday in the Robert A. Arnzen gymnasium. The St. John’s production features a cast of 23 students grades 7-12. The musical is directed by Susie Slawinski, St. John’s vocal music director. Based on the Gospels, “Godspell” deals with the last days of Jesus and includes dramatized versions of several well-known parables. “Godspell” centers on a group of followers who are called to create a community following a very loving and knowledgeable teacher. Tickets are available by calling 419-692-5371. General admission is $5 and reserved seats are $7. At left is the cast of “Godspell.” (Submitted photo)
 
Honorary chairs chosen at Survivor Dinner
Written by Nancy Spencer   
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 8:46 PM
Four-year-old Addison Eickholt, above, shown with her grandparents Dan and Jan Miller, was chosen as the Youth Honorary Chair for the 2014 Relay for Life of Delphos. The Women’s Honorary Chair is Mary Grothouse and the Men’s Honorary Chair is Bob Mueller. The chairs were chosen during the annual Survivor Dinner held Tuesday at the Delphos Eagles. The event was attended by 106 cancer survivors and their caregivers. (Delphos Herald/Nancy Spencer)
 
Elida residents: water quality, price not comparable
Written by Cynthia Yahna   
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 8:45 PM

BY CYNTHIA YAHNA

Herald Correspondent

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ELIDA — The hot topic of discussion at the Elida Village Council meeting Tuesday was the proposed water rate increase for consumers.

An ordinance before council to establish rates and charges for water services rendered by the village to users within and without the corporation limits of Elida calls for a $30-per-month service fee on all non-metered users inside the village and $45 per month on all non-metered users outside the village for the May billing cycle. In November, the service charge will increase to $32 per month on non-metered users inside the village and $48 for non-metered users outside of the village.

 
Kirk Bros. preparing foundation for WTP
Written by Stephanie Groves   
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 8:42 PM

BY STEPHANIE GROVES

Staff Writer

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SPENCERVILLE — Village Administrator Sean Chapman announced that Kirk Bros. has mobilized all the equipment needed at the water treatment plant (WTP) site and immediately began excavating for the footer and foundation of the new building. Once on site, Chapman anticipates all components are scheduled to move very quickly, with most of the components completed in July or August.

“I was able to go to the fabrication site in Findlay to look at the sand filters and nanomembranes that will be part of the WTP project,” Chapman explained. “The items ship to the site around the middle to latter part of May.”

 
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