Golf Scramble for Tiger Football

Support Tiger Football with a FUN Event!

Get signed-up TODAY!!!

North Baltimore High School Football is holding a Golf Scramble Fundraiser at Birch Run Golf Club in NB.

This is an open, 4 – person scramble being held on Saturday, June 16 – with a SHOTGUN Start at 8 am.

All sorts of fun and includes food and a drink!

Entries are accepted at Birch Run and the NB High School Office.

Contact Coach Dan Davis with questions or to sponsor a hole! EMAIL – ddavis@nbls.org

DEADLINE TO ENTER IS –
Tuesday, June 12th!!!

 

Special Council Meeting Announcement – June 12

The Village of North Baltimore Village Council will hold a special meeting…

The Village of North Baltimore Village Council will hold a special meeting…

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

  • immediately following the regularly scheduled Committee of the Whole Meeting (COTW) which begins at 5:30pm.
  • This to consider legislation for the North Baltimore Volunteer Fire Department.

ODOT – Lucas County – June 8

Toledo TRAFFIC can mess with your plans….

Lucas County ODOT Weekly Construction Update – June 8

Updates are highlighted in bold and underlined


75

Interstate 75
*WORK STARTING*

I-75 Widening and Bridge Work 

Project 485-14/PID 77254

Through October

7pm-6am

Single lane restrictions possible between I-475 and Lagrange Street

Tuesday, June 12

Overnight 10pm-6am:

Single lane restrictions possible on northbound I-75 near Jeep Pkwy.

Ramp closed from northbound I-75 to Jeep Pkwy. (Exit 205A)

Detour: Northbound I-75; Phillips Ave.; Detroit Ave.; Berdan Ave.; Jeep Pkwy.

Through Monday, June 11

Intersection of Berdan Ave. and Haverhill Dr. closed

Seek alternate route

Tuesday, June 12 through August

Haverhill Drive closed between Berdan Ave. and Phillips Ave.

Seek alternate route

Friday, June 15

Overnight 10pm-10am: Single lane restrictions possible on northbound I-75 between Delaware Ave. and Berdan Ave.

Lane restrictions possible on eastbound I-475 between Promedica Pkwy. and I-75

Ramp closed from eastbound I-475 to northbound I-75

Detour: Southbound I-75; Detroit Ave.; Northbound I-75

Ramp closed from northbound I-75 to Jeep Pkwy. (Exit 205A)

Detour: Phillips Ave.; Detroit Ave.; Berdan Ave.; Jeep Pkwy.

Friday, June 15 through August

Intersection of Manhattan Blvd. and Phillips Ave. closed

Seek alternate route

Through July:

· Ramp from Phillips Ave. to southbound I-75 closed

Detour: northbound I-75; Stickney Ave. (Exit 207); North Expressway Dr.; southbound I-75

· Ramp from Jeep/Willys Pkwy. to southbound I-75 closed

Detour: Detroit Ave.

· Ramp from Jeep/Willys Pkwy. to northbound I-75 closed

Detour: Berdan Ave.; Detroit Ave.; Phillips Ave.

· Ramp from southbound I-75 to Jeep/Willys Pkwy. (Exit 205A) closed

Detour: Detroit Ave. (Exit 203B)

· Lane restrictions possible on Detroit Ave. at I-75

· Lane restrictions possible on Berdan Ave. at I-75

· Willys Pkwy. from Pioneer Ln. to Jeep Pkwy. closed

· Pioneer Ln. at SR 120/Central Ave. closed

Detour: Willys Pkwy.; Berdan Ave.; Jeep Pkwy.; Central Ave.

Through September:

· Interchange ramp from eastbound I-475 to southbound I-75 reduced to one lane

All work is weather permitting


75

Interstate 75
*UPDATE*

Indiana Avenue Bridge Replacement

Project 8010-17/PID 86926

Through May 2019

Indiana Ave. over I-75 reduced to one lane

Ramp from southbound I-75 to Washington St./Downtown (Exit 202A) reduced to one lane

7pm-6am: Lane restrictions on I-75 possible between Dorr St. and Nebraska Ave.

Thursday, June 14

Overnight 9pm-6am:

Short-term rolling stops on I-75 possible

Washington St. exit (Exit 202A) from southbound I-75 closed

Detour: Collingwood Boulevard (Exit 202B); Dorr Street.

Lawrence Ave. entrance ramp to southbound I-75 closed

Detour: Monroe St; Michigan St.

Indiana Avenue closed between Collingwood Blvd. and Washington St.

Through July: Local and pedestrian access maintained on Indiana Ave.

All work is weather permitting


280

Interstate 280

Veterans Glass City Skyway Bridge Lighting Upgrades

Project 454-17/PID 102791

Through July

Shoulder restrictions possible

All work is weather permitting


280

Interstate 280

Veterans Glass City Skyway Bridge Light Pole Replacement

Project 1068-17/PID 104115

Through July

Lane restrictions possible on I-280 between SR 2/Navarre Ave. and Manhattan Blvd.

Monday, June 18 through Thursday, June 21

Nightly 9pm-6am: Ramp from Greenbelt Pkwy. to southbound I-280 closed

Detour: Northbound I-280; Manhattan Blvd. (Exit 12); Southbound I-280

Friday, June 22 through Tuesday, June 26

Nightly 9pm-6am: Ramp from Greenbelt Pkwy. to northbound I-280 closed

Detour: Southbound I-280; Navarre Ave. (Exit 7); Northbound I-280

Wednesday, June 27 through Friday, July 6

Nightly 9pm-6am: Ramp from northbound I-280 to Greenbelt Parkway (Exit 11) closed

Detour: Manhattan Blvd. (Exit 12); Southbound I-280; Greenbelt Pkwy. (Exit 11)

All work is weather permitting


280

Interstate 280

*UPDATE*

Drainage Work

Through Friday, June 15

Lane restrictions possible on I-280 between Starr Ave. and Manhattan Blvd.

All work is weather permitting


I 475

Interstate 475

Promedica Parkway Ramp

Through September

ProMedica Parkway ramp to eastbound I-475 open to access southbound I-75 ONLY

ProMedica Parkway ramp to eastbound I-475 to access northbound I-75 closed

Detour: southbound I-75; Detroit Avenue (Exit 203B); northbound I-75

All work is weather permitting


Interstate 75, 280 & 475

Interstate Maintenance Work

Through December

Overnight lane restrictions are possible

All work is weather permitting


Interstates 280, 475 and US 24

Landscape Maintenance

Project 1021-18/PID 104109

Through June

Should restrictions possible for landscaping work

All work is weather permitting


us route 20

US Route 20/Central Avenue

Resurfacing Finish Work

Project 325-17/PID 95717

Through June

Lane restrictions possible on US 20 between Van Fleet Pkwy. and SR 120/Reynolds Rd.

All work is weather permitting


state route 20

US Route 20/Central Avenue

Resurfacing

Project 101-18/PID 102808

Through July

Nightly 8pm-6am lane restrictions possible on US 20 between King Rd. and McCord Rd.

All work is weather permitting


US 24

US Route 24

Turn Lane Modifications

Project 63-18/PID 100995

Through September

Lane restrictions possible at the intersection of US 24 and Monclova Rd.

All work is weather permitting


State Route 2

State Route 2/Anthony Wayne Bridge

Bridge Painting

Project 220-16/PID 92331

Through June

Bridge sidewalk and local road restrictions possible for finish work

All work is weather permitting


State Route 2

State Route 2/Airport Highway

Resurfacing Finish Work

Project 325-17/PID 95717

Through June

Lane restrictions possible on SR 2 between Holloway Rd. and Holland-Sylvania Rd.

All work is weather permitting


state route 25

State Route 25/Anthony Wayne Trail

Bridge Replacement

Project 142-18/PID 85266

Through October 2019

Lane restrictions on SR 25/Anthony Wayne Trail between Western Ave. and Collingwood Blvd.

Through November

Inbound SR 25 reduced to one lane

Outbound SR 25 remains two lanes

Through October 2019

Emerald Ave. closed between Vinton St. and SR 25/Anthony Wayne Trail and City Park Ave. closed between Greene St. and SR 25/Anthony Wayne Trail

Seek alternate route

Additional lane restrictions may be announced

All work is weather permitting


State Route 51

State Route 51/Monroe Street

Bridge Painting

Project 289-16/PID 79991

Through June

Lane restrictions possible on northbound Monroe St. for finish work

Nightly lane restrictions possible on I-475 under Monroe St.

 All work is weather permitting


state route 64

State Route 64
*BRIDGE CLOSING POSTPONED ONE WEEK*

Waterville Bridge Replacement
Project 567-17/PID 92088

Through September 2020

Lane restrictions possible

45-day closure starting Monday, June 18

SR 64/SR 65 Intersection closes Monday, June 18

SR 64/Mechanic Street at S. River/N. River Intersection closes Monday, June 18

Bridge detour: SR 65; SR 295; US 24

SR 64/65 Intersection detour: SR 25; SR 582

One weekend closure in 2019 (dates TBA)

All work is weather permitting


state route 120

State Route 120/Central Avenue

Resurfacing Finish Work

Project 325-17/PID 95717

Through June

Lane restrictions possible on SR 120 between Secor Rd. and Holland-Sylvania Rd.

All work is weather permitting


SR 184

State Route 184/Alexis Road
*NEW WORK*

Resurfacing & Drainage Work

Project 262-18/PID 99662

Monday, June 18 through December

Lane restrictions possible between Acres Road and Flanders Road

All work is weather permitting


Various Routes District-wide

Guardrail & Electrical Maintenance

Projects 1052-17, 1063-17 & 09-18/PIDs 103414, 104107 & 103373

Through December

Lane restrictions are possible district-wide

All work is weather permitting


For more information contact:

The District Two Public Information Office at

(419) 373-4428
or email D02.PIO@dot.ohio.gov


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Are you ready for some football???

The High School Football season is just around the corner! OHSAA 2018 Football Playoff Schedule and State Championships Site Announced…

OHSAA 2018 Football Playoff Schedule and State Championships Site Announced

Division I, II, III and VI games on Fridays; Division IV, V and VII games on Saturdays; all games will kick off at 7 p.m.; regional assignments announced; state finals will remain in Canton in 2018

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio High School Athletic Association has announced details for the 2018 football regional assignments and playoffs schedule, including the location for the state championship games. The OHSAA will return to using Saturday nights for several divisions during the playoffs and the 2018 title games will return to Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton.

The OHSAA Board of Directors approved school playoff regional assignments and the playoff schedule Wednesday during its June meeting and authorized the OHSAA Executive Director’s office finalize the contract with Visit Canton and the Pro Football Hall of Fame to host the 2018 finals. The regional maps, which show the number of schools within each region, and the lists of schools in each region are posted at: http://www.ohsaa.org/sports/football

In November, playoff games in Divisions I, II, III and VI will be played on Fridays, while Division IV, V and VII playoff games will be played on Saturdays. Last year, the OHSAA experimented with having all playoff games on Friday nights during the first four rounds. In addition, all playoff games will kick off at 7 p.m. Previously, Friday playoff games kicked off at 7:30 p.m.

“We still have good attendance throughout the playoffs, but the overall total attendance dropped in 2017 when we moved all the games to Fridays,” said Beau Rugg, OHSAA Director of Officiating and Sport Management and the OHSAA’s football administrator. “Some parts of the state liked staying away from Saturdays for playoff games, but we also received quite a bit of feedback, mainly from the smaller schools, that they hoped we would return to having games on Saturdays, too, so their communities could see two games per weekend instead of one.”

The specific dates and times for the state championship games in Canton will be announced after the state semifinals November 23 and 24.

2018 OHSAA Football Schedule

Monday, July 30 – Start date for practice (5-day acclimatization regulation in effect)

Sunday, August 5 – Mandatory day off

Tuesday, August 7 through Saturday, August 18 – Scrimmages permitted

Monday, August 20 – Regular-season games may begin

Saturday, October 27 – Regular-season ends

Sunday, October 28 – Final computer points posted and playoff qualifiers announced

Friday, November 2 – Regional Quarterfinals in Divisions I, II, III and VI

Saturday, November 3 – Regional Quarterfinals in Divisions IV, V and VII

Friday, November 9 – Regional Semifinals in Divisions I, II, III and VI

Saturday, November 10 – Regional Semifinals in Divisions IV, V and VII

Friday, November 16 – Regional Finals in Divisions I, II, III and VI

Saturday, November 17 – Regional Finals in Divisions IV, V and VII

Friday, November 23 – State Semifinals in Divisions I, II, III and VI

Saturday, November 24 – State Semifinals in Divisions IV, V and VII

State Championship Games at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, Canton (Nov. 29-Dec. 2)

CHANGE IN VALUE FOR CONSERVATION ACRES LEADS TO LOWER TAXES

Wood County Auditor Oestreich announces over 5,800 acres in Wood County have been tax reduced, based upon qualifying conservation practices…

Wood County Auditor Matthew Oestreich announced today the number of parcels whose taxable values have been reduced due to the change in calculation for land used exclusively for “conservation practices.”

“Last year the Ohio Legislature made a significant change in how land used exclusively for ‘conservation practices’ is valued under the Current Agriculture Use Valuation program,” said Auditor Oestreich. “Land enrolled in the CAUV program that is used for ‘conservation practices’ is now valued at the lowest value in the soil value table, which is $230 per acre. Thus far, a total of 5,873 acres in Wood County have been reduced to this minimum value based upon qualifying conservation practices. This acreage, comprising 1,557 parcels, represents 1.6% of all acres enrolled in the CAUV program. This reduction in value equates to a tax savings of approximately $40 per acre to qualifying landowners. Landowners enrolled in this conservation program have accrued nearly a quarter of a million dollars in combined tax savings.”

Those enrolled in the CAUV program, with land used for qualifying conservation practices, are encouraged to submit the required documentation as soon as possible in order to receive an adjustment of their 2017 tax year taxes, payable in 2018.

In order to qualify, each landowner must provide all of the following:

  • Copy of conservation contract with a government agency.
  • Detailed map that shows the exact areas of each parcel that are used exclusively for “conservation practices.”
  • Beginning on the 2018 CAUV renewal application and every year thereafter, include and verify the number of conservation acres for each parcel.
  • Maintain the conservation practice for a minimum of 3 years.

Please contact Brian Jones, CAUV Specialist, in the Wood County Auditor’s Office by phone at 419-354-9174 or by email at bjones@co.wood.oh.us for more information or if you have any questions.

Wood County NAMI Offers FREE W.R.A.P. Workshop

The WRAP class will be offered through NAMI Wood County Thursday, June 21 and Friday, June 22 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Wood County, OH (June 5, 2018):  Cultivate a mental health action plan with us! The Wellness Recovery Action Plan or WRAP, is a free educational course, for adults with a mental illness, that helps to develop a self-designed prevention and wellness strategy. It does not replace traditional treatments, but can be used as a compliment to any other treatment options.

The WRAP class will be offered through NAMI Wood County Thursday, June 21 and Friday, June 22 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. You design your WRAP program in practical, realistic terms, and it holds the key to getting and staying well. Through this course, you will learn to decrease and prevent intrusive or troubling feelings and behaviors, increase your personal empowerment and improve your overall quality of life. The course will guide you through the process of developing a Crisis Plan. This kind of proactive advanced planning keeps you in control, even when it seems like things are out of control. It will introduce you to Post Crisis Planning so if you have just been through a crisis, let your Post Crisis Plan guide you as you heal.

WRAP is studied significantly in rigorous research projects and is listed in the National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices. WRAP was developed by a group of people who experience mental health and other health and lifestyle challenges. It is now used by people in all kinds of circumstances, and by health care and mental health systems all over the world, to address all kinds of physical, mental health and life issues.

Mary Ellen Copeland. PhD stated, “When the group developed WRAP, I was so impressed that I went home and wrote one for myself.  As I began to live WRAP, my life changed dramatically.  Over time I felt better and better and better.  WRAP is a way of life for me—a great life.”

WRAP consists of five key recovery concepts that provide the foundation of effective recovery work. These are hope, personal responsibility, education, self-advocacy and support. Learn more about these components by attending the next class.

 Please RSVP to 419.352.0626 or info@namiwoodcounty.org

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Wood County provides help and hope by offering educational peer-to-peer or NAMI basics classes, family support groups, seminar programs and fundraising and awareness events, such as their Wood County Fair Booth the Mental Health Conference Series and the annual Walk & Chili Cook-off to “Stand Up to Stigma and Spice Up Your Mental Health”. It is a self-help organization open to people of all ages in the Wood County communities. For more information visit www.facebook.com/namiwoodcounty or www.namiwoodcounty.org.