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New Traffic Proposal Presented To Uptown Business Owners

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — According to Maumee city administrator Patrick Burtch, understanding customers and creating an appealing business environment are key components in today’s business market. “We are evolving and going back to smaller businesses that are located in urban spaces where we want to do business, so it …

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Waterville Business Projects Coming To Fruition

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — The sounds of construction – both new builds and renovations – can be heard both along Pray Boulevard and in historic downtown Waterville. Waterville Landing’s population has steadily grown as single-family homes, apartments and StoryPoint Senior Living units have become available. The first of four 36-unit …

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Monte’s Bids Farewell After 117 Years In Uptown Maumee

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — When Samuel Clouse built the two-story commercial structure at 111 W. Wayne St., his customers still arrived on foot or by horse-drawn wagon.  Monte’s, named for Samuel’s son, opened as a hardware store in Maumee’s commercial district in 1903.  “One hundred and seventeen years. That’s quite …

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KickStart Provides A Personalized Approach To New School Year

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — A new program in the Maumee school district will give teachers more time with the youngest students before classroom learning begins. The new initiative, titled Maumee K-3 KickStart, provides a more personalized approach to the in-class learning process as teachers will spend 45 minutes in …

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Maumee City Schools Earns Strong Bond Rating

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Maumee City Schools received an AA- bond rating from the Standard & Poor’s credit rating agency. The score has allowed the Maumee school district to sell debt at a lower interest rate, which will put a few dollars back into the pockets of residents who …

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