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Veterans Memorial Park Donations Near $100,000; Groundbreaking Could Start In Spring

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — With nearly $100,000 raised and bids expected by January, a groundbreaking at Veterans Memorial Park in Whitehouse should happen this spring. When complete, the park will honor Anthony Wayne-area military personnel, veterans and those killed in action, as well as first responders, said Louann Artiaga. She …

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House Of Meats Opens New Location In Maumee

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Eager customers ready to shop at the new K&J House of Meats store on Illinois Avenue prompted company officials to open their doors on May 25. Business owner Jim Meads said that a ribbon cutting had been contemplated for the last weekend of May in …

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The McClure Group Marks 20 Years Of Business In Maumee

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — The staff at the McClure Group has built a solid reputation on providing the very best insurance service in the industry. “The relationships are what I value most,” said owner Matt McClure. “Happiness and success in your personal and professional life is determined by your …

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Bartz Viviano Waterville Store Holds Grand Opening October 13

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — For 56 years, the Bartz Viviano name has been synonymous with fresh floral arrangements. As the family-owned florist opens its fourth location in the Shops at Waterville Landing, Anthony Wayne-area shoppers will see that Bartz Viviano is much more. As floral designer Lieng Tran delicately composed …

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City Reconsiders Decision To Hire IT Manager

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Maumee City Council has put on hold a decision to hire a new full-time city employee to manage and administer Maumee’s computer network system. The decision came after a split vote at the October 1 meeting when council member Dave Kissinger requested that council reconsider …

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