W. C. Auditor: Tax & Assessments Distributions for 2nd Half 2018

Matthew Oestreich, Wood County Auditor, has announced the distribution of the Real Estate, Public Utility tax, and Special Assessments for the second half 2018 settlement.

A total of $84,965,393 was collected and distributed including $2,341,637 for special assessments.  In addition $9,035,755 is to be reimbursed from the State Income Tax Funds, $6,229,285 in non-business credit, $964,092 in owner-occupied credit, and $1,842,378 in homestead exemption monies. These represent tax reductions for qualifying properties.

The Board of Developmental Disabilities requested that the 2.95 mill voted developmental disabilities levy collection be reduced to collect 1.48 mills for this year due to sufficient fund balance. This provided tax relief of $51 annually on a $100,000 home.

Wood County currently maintains 75,259 individual land parcels of record and distributes the taxes to eighteen school districts, nineteen townships, and twenty-six cities and villages.

Wood County has over 100,000 individual special assessments, which are distributed to regional, county, municipal and township governments.  Examples include ditch construction and maintenance, sewer and water systems, street lighting, street cleaning, and tree maintenance programs.

Totals for the second half revenue distribution are as follows:

W. C. Auditor: 2nd Half MH Tax Distribution

Matthew Oestreich, Wood County Auditor, today announced the distribution of the year’s second half manufactured home tax. 

Matthew Oestreich, Wood County Auditor, today announced the distribution of the year’s second half manufactured home tax.

In addition to the collected taxes, Wood County subdivisions will share in homestead reimbursements from the State of Ohio totaling $213,997.91 for the full year.

The Homestead Exemption is a benefit for those 65 years of age or older OR permanently disabled persons who own their home and reside there as their principal place of residence. The applicant’s Ohio adjusted gross income cannot exceed $32,200. Mr. Oestreich urges those who think they might qualify to contact the Auditor’s office at (419) 354-9173 or from Northern Wood County 1-866-860-4140, extension 9173.

There are 4,505 registered manufactured homes generating a tax of $317,126.25 for the second half.

That tax is disbursed to the political subdivisions as follows:

Powell Giving Garden Thank You’s

If anyone would like to purchase an engraved brick for this project, please contact Amanda Jacobs at: ajacobs@nbls.org.

The Giving Garden at Powell Elementary

We would like to thank K&L Ready Mix for your generous donation of 10 yards of concrete valued at $1227.64. Your contribution will make a great entrance for our plantings and seating. We appreciate your willingness to help our cause and look forward to doing business with you in the future.

We would also like to thank Josh Long for digging the space, Casey’s Sales and Service for donating the stone, Doug Wickard for his expertise, and Mayor Janet Goldner for supporting this project.

The volunteer crew for the Giving Garden – (L to R):  Joe Stewart, Joey Hagemeyer, Jim Casey, Hank Flores, Jon Eichar, Ryan Clark, Jim Stewart, John Stewart.

If anyone would like to purchase an engraved brick for this project, please contact Amanda Jacobs at:   ajacobs@nbls.org.

Sincerely,
Marlene North
Treasurer of The Giving Garden

NBHS/JH FALL 2018 Sports Schedules – ALL SPORTS

All schedules are subject to change… Contact the Athletic Dept. with questions!

Football
Varsity
DateOpponentTime
8/11/2018Edgerton (scrimmage)10:00am
8/17/2018at  Elmwood (scrimmage)6:00
8/24/2018at Leipsic7:00
8/31/2018Otsego7:00
9/7/2018at Arcadia7:00
9/14/2018Vanlue (Alumni Game)7:00
9/21/2018Liberty Benton7:00
9/28/2018at Cory-Rawson7:00
10/5/2018Riverdale (HC)7:00
10/12/2018at McComb7:00
10/19/2018Pandora-Gilboa (Sr. night)7:00
10/26/2018at Van Buren7:00
JV FB
9/1/2018at Otsego10:00
9/22/2018at Liberty Benton10:00
10/6/2018at Riverdale10:00
10/13/2018McComb10:00
Jr High FB
8/23/2018Hopewell-Loudon (scrimmage)5:00
8/30/2018Van Buren5:00
9/6/2018Arcadia5:00
9/13/2018at Vanlue at Findlay BR Field5:00
9/20/2018at Liberty Benton5:00
9/27/2018Cory-Rawson5:00
10/4/2018at Riverdale5:00
10/11/2018McComb5:00
10/18/2018Pandora-Gilboa5:00
Volleyball
8/9/2018USC (scrimmage)5:30
8/13/2018Edgerton5:30
8/18/2018at Bluffton10:00am
8/21/2018at Woodmore5:30
8/23/2018Elmwood5:30
8/27/2018Hardin Northern5:30
8/28/2018at Arlington5:30
8/30/2018at Holgate (varisty only)5:30
9/5/2018McComb5:30
9/6/2018Woodward5:30
9/10/2018at Vanlue (varsity only)5:30
9/12/2018Hopewell-Loudon5:30
9/13/2018at Waynesfield-Goshen (varsity only)5:30
9/17/2018at Van Buren5:30
9/19/2018at Liberty Benton5:30
9/22/2018at Cory Rawson Invite (varsity only)10:00 am
9/24/2018Riverdale5:30
9/26/2018at Leipsic5:30
9/29/2018at Ridgemont10:00
10/1/2018Arcadia5:30
10/3/2018at Cory-Rawson5:30
10/8/2018Pandora-Gilboa5:30
10/9/2018Temple Christian5:30
10/11/2018Patrick Henry5:30
Freshmen VB
8/28/2018at Arlington4:30
9/6/2018Woodward4:45
9/17/2018at Van Buren4:30
9/19/2018at Liberty Benton4:30
9/26/2018at Leipsic4:30
10/8/2018at Pandora-Gilboa4:30
Jr High VB
8/22/2018at Lakota (scrimmage)5:00
8/25/2018at Elmwood10:00 am
8/28/2018Arlington5:00
9/5/2018at McComb5:00
9/10/2018Vanlue5:00
9/12/2018at Hopewell-Loudon5:00
9/17/2018Van Buren5:00
9/19/2018Liberty Benton5:00
9/24/2018at Riverdale5:00
9/26/2018Leipsic5:00
10/1/2018at Arcadia5:00
10/3/2018Cory-Rawson5:00
10/6/20188th Grade Tournament at Van Buren9:00 am
10/8/2018at Pandora-Gilboa5:00
10/13/20187th Grade Tournament at Liberty Benton8:00 am
Cross Country
8/23/2018Elmwood, McComb, Van Buren4:30
8/25/2018at Seneca East8:30 am
8/28/2018at Patrick Henry4:30
9/8/2018at Archbold9:00am
9/13/2018at Riverdale5:00
9/15/2018at Lakota Invite9:30 am
9/20/2018at Carey5:00
9/22/2018at Cardinal Stritch8:00am
9/25/2018at Lima Bath Invite5:00
9/29/2018at Old Fort9:00
10/1/2018at Elmwood (no jr high)5:00
10/6/2018at Fostoria5:00
Boys Golf
8/6/2018Royal Invite at Birch Run8:00
8/8/2018Woodmore Invite at Stone Ridge9:00
8/9/2018Seneca East Invite at Clinton Heights GC8:30
8/10/2018Lakota Invite at Sycamore Hills GC8:00
8/13/2018Patriot Invite at Pike Run GC9:00
8/21/2018BVC Tri at Red Hawk Run4:30
8/23/2018at Liberty Center at White Pines GC4:30
8/27/2018BVC Tri at Birch Run4:30
9/4/2018BVC Tri at Shady Acres4:30
9/6/2018at Ayersville at Country Acres GC4:30
9/8/2018Tiger Invite at Birch Run8:00
9/10/2018BVC Tri at Birch Run4:30
9/11/2018at Carey w/Seneca East at Bob’s Countryside GC4:30
9/17/2018BVC Tournament at Findlay CC9:00
Girls Golf
8/8/2018Royal Invite at Birch Run8:00
8/9/2018at Wapakoneta at Wapakoneta CC10:00
8/14/2018Allen East Invite at Colonial GC9:00
8/16/2018at Van Buren at Red Hawk GC3:40
8/18/2018Girls Invite at Springbrook GC9:00
8/30/2018Elmwood at Birch Run4:00
9/6/2018at PH Quad at Pike Run GC4:30
9/11/2018Bluffton at Birch Run GC4:30
9/13/2018Patrick Henry at Birch Run GC4:30
9/22/2018Sycamore Springs Tourney at Sycamore Springs GC9:00

Tigers Meet the Team Fotos by Ferg

The North Baltimore High School Middle School Athletic Department and the Tiger Marching Band held a “Meet the Team” at NB’s War Memorial Field last Friday.

The North Baltimore High School Middle School Athletic Department and the Tiger Marching Band held a “Meet the Team” at NB’s War Memorial Field last Friday.

Members of each team, that were able to attend, were introduced.

Rosters, team photos, schedules and more will be posted in the coming days and weeks, as these items become available for posting – please check back on www.TheNBXpress.com.

You can also check NB Schools Website

CLICK: Fall 2018 Sports Schedules Complete

Fotos by Ferg – Scott’s Foto Page – check it out!

Fotos can be enlarged by clicking on them.

NB Rotary Corn Roast NEXT Monday!

On August 20th,  the North Baltimore Rotary Club will be celebrating their 73rd Annual Rotary Corn Roast. The PUBLIC IS INVITED!

GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!

Join us for our 73rd Annual Corn Roast!
Monday, August 20, at the North Baltimore
American Legion Post 539
539 East South Street • North Baltimore, OH 45872

$15 Pre-Sale / $20 at the door

All Proceeds Benefit Rotary Community Efforts

Activities Include:

Guest Speaker:
Terry Wymer – 2018 Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee & NCAA Final Four Referee

50/50 Raffle • Catering from City BBQ

Registration and social time from 5:30 – 6:20p.m.

All you can eat dinner at 6:30p.m.

Includes sweet corn and homemade pies!

Tickets are available from any Rotarian. Try Miller Ins. (Dennis), The NB School Board Office (Ryan), Briar Hill Health Campus Main Office (Stephanie), Kelley Chevrolet (John Kelley) – there are probably others!

Custom Cuts – From the Farm to the Freezer

We’ll custom cut whatever you want!!!

FREEZER STEAK SALE
$1.00 per lb. OFF All Freezer Steaks
– While they last! –
ALL are USDA Choice!
-Ribeyes – T-Bone – Top Sirloin –
– Porthouse – N. Y. Strip –

NEW –  3 – 1# Bacon Burgers
>>> with REAL Bacon! <<<
– $5.69# –

MORE NEW Items for you to ENJOY!!!
Stuffed Chicken Breasts – $3.49
Stuffed Boneless Pork Chops – $4.49

Ground Fresh Daily
– 85% Lean Ground Beef –
$4.79#

Frozen Ground Beef Patties
85% LEAN
– Half-pounders
– Third-pounders
– Quarter-pounders
– 6 to 1 burgers
(perfect for the kids or DOUBLE BURGERS!)
$5.35#

Boneless Pork Chops – $3.99#
Pork Steak – $2.79#
Spare Ribs Beef OR Pork – $2.99#
1# pks of Whole Hog Sausage – $3.29#
Western Style Pork Ribs – $3.99#

Walnut Creek Natural Casing Hot Dogs – $5.99#
Harlans B-B-Q Rub – $6.49
Rudys Famous Chili Dog Sauce – $4

Walnut Creek Deli Cheeses
Colby – Swiss – Pepper Jack – Co-Jack
$5.49

GRILL BUNDLE
includes 6 each:
8 oz. N. Y. Strip Steak
Brats – 6 Boneless Chops
Chicken Leg Quarters
1/3 pounder 85% lean burger patties
all for only $59!!!

We accept EBT Debit and Credit

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NB Fall/Winter Sports Program Details – Sponsor NOW!

Area businesses have a great opportunity to show support of North Baltimore High School athletes by sponsoring a space in this year’s Fall and/or Winter Sports Programs.

North Baltimore Fall 2018 Sports Program Pricing

Area businesses have a great opportunity to show support of North Baltimore High School athletes by sponsoring a space in this year’s Fall and/or Winter Sports Programs. These programs will be sold at all home sporting events. This would be a great way for you to advertise your business.

If interested, please contact Dan Davis at ddavis@ nbls.org or Kevin Switzer @nbls.org or just call us at 419-257-3464. We will gladly discuss and set up the type of ad that you would like to run in the program.

Below is a listing of prices for ad space:

Single season prices (Fall only): 
Quarter Page Ad $25.00
Half Page Ad $50.00
Full Page Ad $100.00
Sponsor a Sport $125.00

Sponsor a Sport = your ad is placed on the roster page for your chosen sport. You can say something like “Go Tiger Football or Good Luck Tiger Football”

Double season prices (Fall & Winter):
Quarter Page Ad $40.00
Half Page Ad $80.00
Full Page Ad $175.00
Sponsor a Sport $200.00

NBHS Band/Choir/Drama Building Alumni Database

The North Baltimore High School Music & Drama Departments are trying to assemble a usable database of NBHS alumni who were involved in band, choir, and/or drama.

The North Baltimore High School Music & Drama Departments are trying to assemble a usable database of NBHS alumni who were involved in band, choir, and/or drama.
Please follow this link:  https://goo.gl/forms/1XFgiJFnjeYbpLqb2
To complete the following form:
Contact Emily Meyerson, Choral Director, P-12 Music at North Baltimore Local Schools
419-257-3464

NB C. O. W. Agenda – Aug. 14

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE – COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE – August 14, 2018 – AGENDA

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
August 14, 2018
AGENDA
5:30 PM

I. Public Safety Committee. Art Patterson- Chair, Tim Engard, Leisa Zeigler members

Update on Police Chief Opening

Plan for cruiser purchase

II. Public Utilities Committee. Tim Engard- Chair, Leisa Zeigler, Ty Carles members
Water Tower on Jewitt
Water Tower Design
Water Tower Construction
Budgeted Purchases

III. Finance and Technology Committee. Matt Beegle- Chair, Ty Carles, Art Patterson members
Open Items List

Computer upgrade

Online utility bill pay

Street lighting assessment

Street Cleaning assessment

Breakdown of 901 Fund

Probation period on new hires

IV. Call to order at 5:30 PM Public Works Committee. Aaron Patterson- Chair, Matt Beegle, Art Patterson members
Capital Plan for street paving
Cameras at the park
Concession stands
Representatives from Poggemeyer & Wood County
Paving Tennis & BB Courts
Set Meeting Date for discussion on Brush Pick Up & Ballfields for rollout in 2019

V. Call to order at 5:45 PM Economic and Community Development Committee. Leisa Zeigler- Chair. Matt Beegle, Aaron Patterson members

ODOT Outpost Update
New Economic Development Opportunity
Contract with Masonic Temple

VI. Call to order at 6:00 PM Personnel, Policy, and Ordinance Review Committee. Ty Carles- Chair, Tim Engard, Aaron Patterson members
Use of storage containers as “sheds” in NB
Discussion on “comp” time policy
Discussion on attendance policy
$ the village receives from BG Court
VII. Mayor’s Items

VIII. Tree Commission