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Maumee City Schools Report

By Steve Lee Superintendent | Maumee City Schools February 8, 2024 Appreciation Abounds At Maumee City Schools: Thanking Crews, Community And School Board Work Of Maumee City Schools Snowplow Crew Essential Being ready for unpredictable winter weather means our snowplow crew is prepared to work, no matter the time, day or night. …

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Maumee-Area Residents Recognized For Their Kindness

BY KRISTI FISH and KAREN  GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTERS — All it takes is one act of kindness to brighten someone’s day. It doesn’t take any heroic effort to volunteer, speak kind words or listen to someone in need. When The Mirror asked readers to recognize others for their acts of kindness, the …

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Modified Parker Square Project Approved By Waterville

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Before construction on the “new” Waterville bridge began in June 2018, the Parks and Recreation Committee was creating a vision for two riverfront parks – Memorial Park and Parker Square. Since the bridge opened in 2020, renovation of the waterfront has been underway with crews clearing …

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Waterville Community Church Makes Temporary Move To Mall

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Waterville Community Church is on the move for 2024. The 26-year-old nondenominational church, located at the corner of Dutch and Waterville-Monclova roads in Water-ville Township, is undergoing an expansion and renovation that will take most of the year and require vacating the building. “When the service …

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Maumee Mayor Jim MacDonald Delivers State Of The City Address

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — Maumee Mayor Jim MacDonald addressed Maumee Chamber of Commerce members during the monthly luncheon, providing updates on the city. At the January 16 luncheon, MacDonald gave the annual State of the City address, informing the 205 attendees of what the city plans to accomplish over …

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Maumee Community Provides Food For Children In Need

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — Despite the inclement weather, the Maumee community was able to pack approximately 93,000 meals for Feed My Starving Children. After school was canceled on January 19, Maumee City Schools called on community members to fill in the shifts that would have been completed by Maumee …

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