Cub Scout Pack #372 in conjunction with NB Gleaner Arbor #461 hosting GOST Bingo.
North Baltimore Cub Scout Pack #372 in conjunction with North Baltimore Gleaner Arbor #461 will again be hosting the GOST Bingo.
Bingo will run from 1 till 6 pm in the Fire Hall.
This year all games will be 3 bingo cards for $1. Most games will be split the pot game with special Bingo’s approximately every half hour. For the special Bingo games the prizes will be a $20 gift certificate to a local merchant and Gleaner items.
At approximately 5:30 pm we will start a cover all bingo for the grand prize. Each participant will be limited to 3 cards only for the final bingo and the price will be $1 per card with a 3 card limit per person.
The grand prize this year will be a Samsung 43” Smart TV and a Costco Gold Membership, these prizes are valued at a grand total of $380.
Children 15 and under must play with an adult.
Cold pop and water will also be available for sale during Bingo for $1 each.
All proceeds from the Bingo will go to Pack #372’s future activities.
NB Downtown Enhancement Project (100 block of North Main)
July 15th – North Baltimore Downtown Enhancement project public information meeting at the Depot Community Hall at 6:00 p.m.
Downtown Revitalization Project (100 block of N. Main Street) –
Geddis Paving and Excavating is the contractor for this project. The project is anticipated to begin construction around August 5th. (AFTER GOST!!!)
A public information meeting at the Depot Community Hall on July 15th.
UPDATE: Ohio Public Works Commission grant (200 block of N. Main Street) – The notice to proceed with the engineering & design phase should be provided by August 1st. Construction is anticipated to begin during the summer of 2020.
Village Council will meet in Special Session at 5:30 pm
VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING Tuesday July 16, 2019 5:30 PM
Pledge of Allegiance
III. Approval of the Agenda
New Legislation, Resolutions, Motions or Business
First Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions
ORDINANCE 2019 – 23 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR TO ACCEPT THE COST PROPOSAL FROM RICHLAND ENGINEERING LIMITED AND TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION, INSPECTION AND MATERIALS MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR THE NORTH MAIN STREET CBD ENHANCEMENT PROJECT AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
ORDINANCE 2019 – 24 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT TO PURCHASE A TRUCK NEEDED BY THE UTILITIES DEPARTMENT FOR ONGOING MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS OF THE UTILITY SYSTEM AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
Presentation on the Wholesale Bulk Rate Water Study as completed by Dan Thornton, PE with Civil Engineering Solutions, LLC
Volunteers are needed for a variety of upcoming events at the Wood County Historical Center & Museum:
• Education Tours Monday July 15 : 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM Museum docent volunteers needed for school tours. Send your response to firstname.lastname@example.org
• Education Tours Tuesday July 16 : 11:30 AM – 3:00 PM Museum docent volunteers need for school tours. Send your response to email@example.com
• Chanticleer Assembly Wednesday July 17 : 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM Volunteers are needed to help with the assembly of the Chanticleer Newsletter. Donuts and coffee are provided. Send your response to firstname.lastname@example.org • Wood County Fair July 29-August 5 The Wood County Historical Society is seeking volunteers for our fair booth July 29 – August 5. We will again partner with the Genealogy Society, but in our new space – The Fine Arts Building! Volunteers will act as greeters and advocates for the Historical Society, and all materials needed will be provided.
Fair tickets and volunteer packets can be picked up at the museum starting in mid-July.
*NOTE: Monday, July 29 Veterans get free fair admission and Thursday, August 1 Seniors get free fair admission.
(This volunteer opportunity includes a ticket to the fair) Please use the link below to sign up!
Toledo I – 75 CLOSURES BEGAN FRIDAY for Widening and Bridge Work!
Lucas County Weekly Construction Update
Updates are highlighted in bold and underlined
I-75 Widening and Bridge Work
Project 485-14/PID 77254
Lane restrictions possible between I-475 and Lagrange Street
Lane restrictions possible on northbound and southbound I-75 between Stickney Ave. and Delaware Ave. for paving
Ramp closures possible to/from I-75 to/from exits between Stickney Ave. and Delaware Ave. for paving
Pioneer Ln. between SR 120/Central Ave. and Jeep Pkwy. interchange closed
Detour: Willys Pkwy.; Berdan Ave.; Jeep Pkwy.; Central Ave.
*CLOSURES BEGIN FRIDAY*
I-75 Widening and Bridge Work
Projects 277-18/PID 93594 and 108-19/PID 93592
Through Fall 2023
Lane restrictions possible on I-75 between Buck Rd. and Monroe St. for major reconstruction
Nightly ramp and lane closures possible on I-75 between Monroe St. and Buck Rd.
Friday, July 12 at 9pm through Saturday, July 13 at 6am
Northbound I-75 reduced to one lane between Buck Rd. and South Ave. for barrier wall installation
Friday, July 12 at 9pm through mid-September
Ramp closed from northbound I-75 to Wales Rd. Detour: northbound I-75; Miami St.; southbound I-75
Ramp closed from westbound Miami St. to northbound I-75 Detour: southbound I-75; Wales Rd.; northbound I-75
Saturday, July 13 at 6am through Fall 2023
Northbound I-75 reduced to two 11-foot lanes between Buck Rd. and Monroe St.
Tuesday, July 16 through Saturday, July 20, 9am-6am daily
Broadway St. closed between Western Ave. and Logan St.
Broadway St. open during rush hour traffic, 6am-9am daily Inbound detour: Western Ave.; AW Trail/SR 25; Washington St.; Summit St. Outbound detour: Logan St.; Erie St.; Sunrise Rd.; Collingwood Blvd.; AW Trail/SR 25; Western Ave.
Monday, July 22 through Saturday, July 27, twice daily between 9am-3pm
Rolling road closures on northbound I-75 for bridge beam setting Suggested alternate: northbound I-75; eastbound SR 795; northbound I-280; northbound I-75
Through Friday, August 9
Erie St. closed between Sunrise on-ramp and Collingwood Blvd. under I-75
Intersection of Newton St./Collingwood Blvd./Erie St. closed Detour: Temporary road being constructed to provide bidirectional traffic under I-75
Dorr St. bridge closed between Division St. and Washington St. Detour: 17th St.; Monroe St.; Collingwood Blvd.; Dorr St.
Ramp closed from northbound I-75 to Collingwood Blvd. Detour: northbound I-75/SR 25/Downtown; Erie St.
Through January 2020
Ramp closed from Buck Rd. to northbound I-75 Detour: southbound I-75; SR 795; northbound I-75
Through Summer 2020
Ramp closed from Collingwood Blvd. to southbound I-75 Detour: Collingwood Blvd.; Erie St.; Washington St.; SR 25; Southbound I-75
Emerald Ave. and Segur Ave. under I-75 closed. Seek alternate route.
Through December 2020
Ramp closed from South Ave. to southbound I-75 Detour: northbound I-75; Detroit Ave.; southbound I-75
Through Fall 2023
Southbound I-75 reduced to two 11-foot lanes between Wales Rd. and Buck Rd.
*CLOSURES BEGIN MONDAY*
Indiana Avenue Bridge Replacement
Project 8010-17/PID 86926
Indiana Ave. over I-75 closed to through traffic
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.
Monday, July 15 and Wednesday, July 17, overnight 10pm-6am
Ramp closed from southbound I-75 to Washington St./Downtown (Exit 202A) Detour: Collingwood Blvd. (Exit 202B); Nebraska Ave.; Erie St.
Thursday, July 18, overnight 10pm-6am
Ramp closed from northbound AW Trail/SR 25 to northbound I-75 Detour: Washington St.; northbound I-75
Pedestrian access maintained on Indiana Ave.
*WORK BEGINS FRIDAY*
Project 8003-19/PID 104921
Through September 2019
Lane and shoulder restrictions possible between I-280 split and the state line
Friday, July 12 through Monday, July 15
Lane restrictions possible on ramp from northbound I-75 to Alexis Rd. (Exit 210)
Interstate 475/Corey Road
*CLOSURE BEGINS MONDAY*
Bridge Deck Replacement
Project 159-19/PID 102797
Monday, July 15 through Friday, August 16
Corey Rd. closed over I-475
Detour: Central Ave.; Talmadge Rd.; Sylvania Ave.
Ramps to/from I-475 will remain open
Project 159-19/PID 102797
Through Friday, July 12, overnight 8pm-6am
Lane restrictions possible on I-475 between Holland-Sylvania Rd. and Talmadge Rd. in both directions for false work setting under Corey Rd.
Interstate 475/US 24 Interchange Improvement
Project 93-19/PID 103739
Ramp from southbound I-475 to westbound US 24 (Exit 4B) will be closed for ramp realignment
Detour: Eastbound US 24 (Exit 4A); northbound I-475 (Exit 68B); westbound US 24 (Exit 4B)
Additional lane restrictions possible
US Route 20A
*CLOSURE BEGINS FRIDAY*
Special Event Closure
Friday, July 12 through Sunday, July 14
US 20A closed between Airport Hwy. and SR 295 for the Air Show
Detour: SR 64; SR 295
Other local closures are possible
State Route 2/Anthony Wayne High Level Bridge
*CLOSURE BEGINS FRIDAY*
Bridge Dehumidification Project
Project 3001-18/PID 101556
Through June 2020
Lane restrictions possible between Broadway St. and Clark St.
Friday, July 12, overnight 10pm-6am
Bridge closed between Broadway St. and Clark St.
State Route 2
Traffic Signal Replacement
Project 33-19/PID 101148
Lane restrictions possible on SR 2/Airport Hwy. near Holloway Rd.
State Route 25/Anthony Wayne Trail
Project 142-18/PID 85266
Through summer 2020
Lane restrictions on SR 25/Anthony Wayne Trail between Western Ave. and Collingwood Blvd.
Until further notice
Inbound SR 25 reduced to one, 11-foot lane
Outbound SR 25 remains two lanes
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
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., July 10, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today, the Board of Directors of CSX Corporation (NASDAQ: CSX) approved a $0.24 per share quarterly dividend on the company’s common stock. The dividend is payable on September 13, 2019, to shareholders of record at the close of business on August 30, 2019.
About CSX and its Disclosures
CSX, based in Jacksonville, Florida, is a premier transportation company. It provides rail, intermodal and rail-to-truck transload services and solutions to customers across a broad array of markets, including energy, industrial, construction, agricultural, and consumer products. For nearly 200 years, CSX has played a critical role in the nation’s economic expansion and industrial development. Its network connects every major metropolitan area in the eastern United States, where nearly two-thirds of the nation’s population resides. It also links more than 230 short-line railroads and more than 70 ocean, river and lake ports with major population centers and farming towns alike.
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