Upper Sandusky City Council discussed an ordinance concerning the creation of a water supply safety committee Monday during its meeting.
Council vice president Rick Roberts expressed concern because the ordinance was vague about the task force’s scope of authority, had no council oversight or approval on the members.
CAREY — During the Carey Village Council meeting on Monday, Village Administrator Roy Johnson informed council of the possibility that waterline repairs in the village may be necessary.
Johnson noted recent legislative changes in the public water supply, which have been triggered by the events in Flint, Michigan, brought numerous issues to the forefront for the village.
CAREY — The Wyandot County Office of Economic Development welcomed three new members to its organization Monday during its meeting at Vaughn Industries in Carey.
WCOED Executive Director Greg Moon announced Carey Exempted Village Schools, Mohawk Local Schools and Wyandot County Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center had joined the organization, raising its total members to 48, the largest ever.