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Maumee City Council Rescinds Plan To Lay Off City Workers

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Maumee City Council has reversed course on a proposal to eliminate city jobs. At a special meeting on August 31, council members unanimously approved Mau-mee Mayor Richard Carr’s request to rescind a notice to lay off seven city employees. Council member Gabe Barrow abstained from …

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Maumee Uptown Business Owners And Local Residents React To Proposal To Slow Traffic Flow On Conant Street

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — A new plan that calls for calming Conant Street traffic while advocating a pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly streetscape with ample sidewalks and additional parking has been well-received by local business owners. “I think it’s great,” said Margo Puffenburger, who helped found Clear Vision 4 Maumee (CV4M), …

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AW Schools Ready To Welcome Kids Back To School – Safely

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Hugs, high fives and handshakes are being replaced with the air hug, chicken dance, air five and foot bump. “Little ones are used to hugging, but we have other ways to show love and support,” explained Monclova Primary School principal Betsey Murry, pointing to stickers demonstrating …

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St. Luke’s Hospital Merger With McLaren Health Is Official

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — The name of St. Luke’s Hospital has changed to McLaren St. Luke’s, marking the official merger between the local hospital and McLaren Health Care – a hospital network comprising 15 hospitals and 28,000 full-time, part-time and contracted employees and more than 90,000 network providers throughout …

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Barr’s Public House Welcomes Back Customers After Long Break

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Barr’s Public House, one of the area’s top spots for premium cocktails and vibrant atmosphere, has opened its doors for inside dining following a nine-week shutdown due to the COVD-19 pandemic. Managing partner Stephanie Soldner said that after a slow start, things are steadily picking …

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3N Livestock Adds Feed, Pork To Monclova Road Business

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Nick Barney was 12 when his parents, Tim and Angie, established 3N Livestock – named for Nick and his brothers, Nathan and Nolan.  Nick, a 2008 Anthony Wayne High School graduate, was involved in ag science, serving as a state FFA officer after graduation and working …

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