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Waterville Bridge Set To Open On Friday, January 31

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — When construction of a Wood County roundabout closed the Waterville bridge in June 2018, downtown business owners and motorists lamented.  When the bridge closes for about four hours on Friday, January 31, the mood is guaranteed to be more celebratory. At 10:00 a.m. that day, officials …

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Ultra Car Wash Celebrates 15-Year Anniversary

For over a decade, Ultra Car Wash has been making vehicles sparkle and shine. On Tuesday, January 28, the Perrysburg car wash will celebrate a 15-year anniversary, marking a long commitment to providing excellent service at affordable prices. Each car is thoroughly prepped by hand before the wash cycle begins …

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Maumee Mayor, Council Members Begin New Terms In Office

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — The mayor and three council members started new terms in office after being sworn in at the January 6 Maumee City Council meeting. Incumbent Mayor Richard Carr, who was re-elected to office in November after defeating former city administrator John Jezak, was sworn …

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Maumee Assembly Stamping To Invest In Solar Panel System

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Maumee Assembly Stamping (MAS) is making a significant investment into green technology with the addition of a solar panel system. Owner Stan Chlebowski, who purchased the 800,000-square-foot plant in 2009, said that the solar panel system will reduce the company’s carbon footprint and save money. …

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Fire Inspector Tom King To Retire After 32 Years

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — After more than three decades of service with the Maumee Fire Division, Tom King is retiring. His last official day on the job is January 5, 2020. “I’ve enjoyed it. I like dealing with people,” King said. King, 66, has worked as a full- time …

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