Local officials say they are receptive to collaboration
By Jared Mauch
ST. MARYS - City officials have reached out to Celina officials regarding a possible joint effort for clean drinking water.
Mayor Patrick McGowan on Monday told city council members he had recently sent a letter to Celina's mayor and council, proposing a water partnership and asking if they would be interested in tying Celina's lines into St. Marys' planned new treatment plant. [More]
CELINA - City officials say they're open to partnering with their neighbors to the east to procure drinking water for both communities after receiving a request from St. Marys Mayor Patrick McGowan.
"I do think we have to plan for the future. I'm not sure this is specifically the way to do it, but it does open up additional discussions on how we can move forward," Celina Mayor Jeff Hazel told council members at Monday night's regular meeting. [More]
MARIA STEIN - Nathan Wilker's hit put St. Marys on the scoreboard in the fifth. He then saved the day with Marion Local's making a late comeback attempt.
Wilker had a clutch two-out RBI single and came on in relief to strike out two Flyers with the bases loaded in the sixth, helping the Roughriders pull out a 3-2 victory on Senior Night Monday in Maria Stein. [More]
CELINA - City councilman Mike Sovinski at Monday night's meeting scolded the planning commission, specifically member and mayor Jeff Hazel, for not providing council with necessary information regarding the panel's zoning change recommendation.