The news this week comes from Morenci; the features are from Fayette. In this week’s print edition:
Palm Plastics is expecting a slowdown in production while they re-engineer their plastic pallet. It needs a change for use in the food-processing industry and it will take a while before things are back up to speed.
City council to seek bids on rehabilitating the vacant industrial site at the back of Wakefield Park for use as a police station. When the costs are known, council will decide if there are funds to do the work.
Seneca Township residents have until Jan. 25 to register for the recall election scheduled Feb. 23. Morenci officials will oversee the election since the township clerk is the subject of the recall.
Rich Foley writes about after-Christmas sales and David Green tries to tell about a visit to a bookstore in Ann Arbor.
Fayette’s school food service is one of 22 in Ohio to win the Stellar Award for Best Nutrition Practices.
Fayette freshmen learn some facts about becoming organ donors. When they apply for a driver’s license, they’ll be asked if they want to register as donors.
There’s lots more to read in this week’s Observer. Subscribe on-line for the print edition to be mailed to you or for a weekly PDF download.
Posted in It's life.
– January 13, 2010