Additional hazardous materials removed during demolition of Eagle Point

ROSSFORD – Additional hazardous materials were found during the demolition of Eagle Point School, resulting in an additional cost of $50,000.

Additional vermiculite, found inside a wall during demolition.

The original contract with Klumm Brothers was for $357,000. The contract provided for a contingent fee of 10%, or $35,000. The change order was $49,995, for $406,995.

At last week’s meeting, the board approved the additional $14,295, which was outside of the contingent fee.

Also at the meeting, Ohio Board of Auditors representative Lori Brodie presented Rossford Chief Financial Officer Kelly O’Boyle with a Distinction Award for Excellence in Financial Reporting for the report full annual financial and compliance for 2022.

The Board approved the repayment of a $278,451 portion of funds advanced from the large TIF 370 Fund to the small TIF 371 from 2018 to 2022. The total for the period is $1.16 million. The remaining balance will be $888,215. There will always be $109,136 in Fund 371 for cash flow purposes.

It was also noted that in the future a portion may be repaid, as the growth of the Blue TIF now yields enough for the annual debt payments.

The Board also approved the 2022 supplemental appropriations budget amendment of $405,583, which includes $52,516 for outside contractors, $74,615 for the municipal portion of the PY20 chip grant, and $278,451 for the TIF Crossroads. 2.

The council approved a resolution authorizing an application for a $60,000 block grant from the Wood County Park District to improve the pickleball facilities at Beech Street Park.

Rockin’ Rossford – Racing for Recovery 5K Race and 1 Mile Walk will take place on Saturday from 6-9:45am. The city is asking residents living on the course to plan accordingly by parking outside the race area if they must leave during the race.

The following roads will be closed to vehicular traffic from 7:45 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.: Dixie Highway from Bergin Street to Rosedale Place, Rossway Avenue, Vineyard Drive, Rosedale Lane, Island View Park and Eagle Point Road from Dixie Highway to Jennings Road, and Colony Road from Eagle Point to the roundabout.

Downtown Southbound Dixie Highway will be closed from 6 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. More information and registration at www.runtoledo.com. A golf cart shuttle can be arranged in advance by calling the city at 419-666-0210.

Since 2001, Racing for Recovery, a non-profit organization based in the Netherlands, has had the mission of preventing drug addiction and improving the quality of life of drug addicts and their loved ones by promoting a healthy, fit lifestyle. physical and sobriety for all people affected by addiction.

Leaf collection begins October 24 and continues until the first snowfall. Rake leaves at the edge of the street, but not on the street. Don’t pack them. Do not include grass clippings with leaves.

The 2022 Rossford Halloween Parade will take place October 30 at 2 p.m. It will be organized for the first time by the Rossford Leisure Department and the Rossford Business Association. Participants will line up at Veterans Memorial Park, 300 Hannum Ave., beginning at 1 p.m. Registration is done at www.rossfordrecreation.com.

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