A new fire station, regional water system, city park improvements and economic development are among the topics of debate in the September 12 primary election for mayor of Perrysburg.
For the last 15 years, Richard Baranowski, Way Library local history librarian, has been interviewing area veterans for the Library of Congress Veterans Project.
We are fortunate to have in Perrysburg Schools a development department and philanthropy program that is entering its fourth year.
Six years ago, the City of Perrysburg had an updated “Traffic and Safety Corridor Study–State Route 25–Five Point Road to Findlay Street” done by Proudfoot Associates.
Council approves contract with Lathrop for construction management services for fire station on Ft. Meigs Rd.
At its August 1 meeting, Perrysburg City Council approved a contract with the Lathrop Company for construction management services for the new Fort Meigs Road fire station.