Here’s some lobbying material: Worker salaries are poised to climb in 2016.
Auditor: “The estimate of sales tax for 2015 was exceeded by $1.78 million.”
What’s the lowest you’ve paid for gasoline recently?
Official: “The proposed FirstEnergy settlement is a backroom deal that is unreasonable, unenforceable, and downright unconscionable.”
Money would go toward layout plan, obstruction survey and wildlife study.
“The strength in the local retail market is helped by lower gas prices and stable interest rates.”
Proposed projects include police station roof, Ernsthausen paving and cooling system at city hall.
Here are the details on settlement involving 80,000 former students.
Despite crackdown by lawmakers, the industry is reaping more than $500 million a year in fees from financially strapped Ohioans.
So far, average prices are 85 cents cheaper than a year ago and 34 cents cheaper than a month ago.
So far this year, there has been $9.2 million worth of new residential construction and $4 million in agricultural construction in Huron County.
Wage increases for city workers included.
Although jobs have continued to grow since the depths of the downturn, earnings for lower- and middle-income workers have not.
As the county commissioners prepare budget for next year, officials estimate there will be $15.7 million for the general fund.
Tkach: “It is another record for the month.”