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Waterville Considers Forming Downtown Redevelopment District

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — With 10 properties on the National Register of Historic Places, Waterville is ripe for creating a Downtown Redevelopment District (DRD), Waterville City Council learned during its April 26 meeting. Waterville Mayor Tim Pedro and administrator Jon Gochenour invited The Montrose Group to present information about forming …

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Mike Love Is Promoted To Maumee Assistant Chief Of Police

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Maumee Police Sgt. Mike Love has been promoted to the position of assistant police chief in the city of Maumee. Maumee City Council unanimously approved the promotion at the April 19 meeting. Love will officially take over duties on May 19, when Josh Sprow becomes …

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Refurbishing Park Shelter Tops Whitehouse Wish List

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — A major refurbishing of the Whitehouse Park shelter house quickly rose to the top of council’s wish list during an April 14 Committee of the Whole (COW) meeting. Open for events like the tree lighting and Cherry Fest chicken dinner sales, the building is also rented …

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Improvements Planned For Blue Creek Metropark

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — With her bare feet in the water, Jeana Inthanamith cast a line out into the large quarry. The Maumee woman is one of the thousands of annual visitors to Blue Creek Metropark, which encompasses not just the quarry but also the sledding hill, shelter house …

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Tim Pauken Will Take Break From Politics When Term Ends

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Longtime city council member Tim Pauken is stepping away from public office when his term expires at the end of this year.  The current president of Maumee City Council said that personal reasons led to his decision not to seek a fifth term in office …

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Maumee School District To Install Inclusive Playgrounds

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Areas that allow children of every ability to enjoy the great outdoors will soon be added to the elementary schools in the Maumee school district. Assistant Superintend Dr. Steve Lee announced at the March 22 school board meeting that the district will invest $100,000 to …

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JAM Small Engine Marks 10 Years In Whitehouse

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — When Dennis Tippie opened JAM Small Engine Service and Sales in Whitehouse 10 years ago, he made one thing clear: Dogs are welcome. That’s no surprise, given that his own dogs were known to relax among the Big Dog mowers in the small Providence Street showroom. …

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