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Breakfast Club Michael S. Miller on a film script that features Toledo mayoral candidates. page 3

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101 ways to spend 101 days in NW Ohio • Toledo Museum of Art • Glass art • Black Swamp Arts Festival • Tent City • Jam City • Spangler Candy Company • Put-in-Bay • Ethnic festivals • Toledo Pride • Rock the Docks • Kelleys Island • Restaurant Week Toledo • Boyd’s Retro Candy Store • Fort Meigs • Toledo Ballet’s “Nutcracker” • Adams Street Zombie Bar Crawl • Sundance Kid Drive-in • Banned Books Week • Featured Lines • Robinwood Concert House • Jazz on the Maumee • Blair Museum of Lithophanes • Free Mondays at Toledo Zoo • Butterfly House • Schedel Arboretum & Gardens • Free Comic Book Day • BASHCon • Glass City Rollers • Bike trails • Centennial Quarry • Mud Hens • Record Store Day • Bike trails and walking paths ... and many more activities. pages 12-30

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Feed the children Tony Siebeneck leads Feed Lucas County Children. By Paige Shermis, page 6

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101 and counting I hear it all the time: “Toledo’s so boring. There’s nothing to do here.” The next time you hear someone say those words, please hand them a copy of this issue. I admit: When our editorial team decided to come up with a list of “101 ways to spend 101 days” in Northwest Ohio, I thought it might be difficult. I imagined our stream of ideas running dry around No. 70 or so and really having to dig deep to finish the list. As it turned out, we had the opposite problem. In no time at all, we had a list of nearly 150 regional activities and destinations. We pared the list to 101 a few times only to think of new ones to add. Sarah OTTNEY Nearly every day for several weeks, I’d come into work to find an idea from a co-worker in an email or on a sticky note, or someone poking their head around the door frame to say, “What about this?” Picking the brains of some of our friends and regular contributors yielded more activities I wasn’t aware of, including a Sunday afternoon community drum circle in the Old West End, virtual golf at Tamaron Country Golf Club’s Indoor Golf Center and Bird’s Eye View Circus Space, a new studio at the Collingwood Arts Center offering lessons in aerial silks, trapeze, acro yoga and more. I started paying more attention to Facebook posts and event invitations, where I learned about Glass City Café’s Saturday morning breakfast music series. Driving around town with new eyes, I started to notice things I’d never noticed before, like the Toledo Firefighters Museum just down the street from Boyd’s Retro Candy Store. The weekend of July 20-21 alone offers the opportunity to take in worldclass golf at the LPGA’s Marathon Classic in Sylvania, groove to the sounds of more than 40 local musicians at 11 UpTown venues during The Arts Commission’s SoundTrek, get your Jiggs Dinner fix at the Toledo Hibernian Irish Festival Downtown or admire the riverfront as Wynonna Judd performs at Hollywood Casino Toledo’s outdoor summer concert series. I’m inspired by local resident Sherry Stanfa-Stanley, who recently decided she needed to break out of a “30-year slump.” As reported by Staff Writer Evan Brune, Stanfa-Stanley is now almost two months into a quest to have 52 new experiences in the 52 weeks leading up to her 52nd birthday. So far, she’s entered a pizza-eating contest, taken a belly dancing class, auditioned for “Survivor,” been hypnotized and more. It’s never too late to look around and see how much Northwest Ohio has to offer. We could have easily doubled our list and still been forced to leave things off. In the end, we decided to choose our 101 with the goal of touching on as many points of interest as possible. We listed them in no particular order but grouped them by category for ease of reading and include a disclaimer that the list was far from exhaustive. So let us know: Which of your favorites did we miss? Email us at news@toledofreepress.com. O

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s Downtown Toledo Improvement District Collins in the Nelson role (rebel) and Opal Covey in the workers cleaned up the Downtown streets after Sheedy role (outsider). There was no author name attached to the script; what the July 4 holiday, they found a copy of a movie script labeled “Breakfast Club 2013.” The script proposed follows are excerpts from the reboot. EXTERIOR: TOLEDO, OHIO. ONE GOVERNMENT a reboot of the 1985 John Hughes film starring Molly CENTER, CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS. Ringwald, Emilio Estevez, Anthony MiFADE IN: “Don’t You (Forget About Me)” chael Hall, Ally Sheedy and Judd Nelson. plays in the background, a mashup of the verHughes’ film focused on five high school sions by Simple Minds and The Barden Bellas. students locked in detention for a full JOE McNAMARA (Voice-over) Saturday and how they interacted and ex“Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013. One Governploded stereotypes (jock, princess, brainy ment Center, Toledo, Ohio. Dear Voters … nerd, rebel and outsider). “The Breakfast we accept the fact that we had to sacrifice a Club” has seen a resurgence in interest as whole campaign season running for mayor. it was an important plot point in last year’s But do you really know who we are? You see hit film “Pitch Perfect.” us as you want to see us … in the simplest The spec script found blowing across the street July 5 updated the film with Michael S. miller terms and the most convenient definitions. You see us as a brain, a jock, a basket case, players from the 2013 Toledo mayoral race. It cast candidates Anita Lopez in the Ringwald role a princess and a troublemaker. That’s the way we saw each (princess), Mike Bell in the Estevez role (popular jock), other. We were brainwashed ... ” Joe McNamara in the Hall role (brainy nerd), D. Michel n MILLER CONTINUES ON 4 Thomas F. Pounds, President/Publisher tpounds@toledofreepress.com

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n MILLER CONTINUED FROM 3 SHADOWY MEDIA FIGURE “Well, well. Here we are. Primary Election Day. I want to congratulate all of you for filing your petitions and signatures on time. There are five of you here, but only two will move on to the November election.” (Lopez raises her hand.) ANITA LOPEZ “Excuse me, sir? I think there’s been a mistake. I was supposed to have a chance to screen any questions we would be asked today.” (Shadowy Media Figure ignores her and continues to talk.) SHADOWY MEDIA FIGURE “You have exactly 12 hours to reflect on your campaigns for mayor. To ponder the error of your ways. Maybe you’ve learned a little something about the city. Maybe you’ll even decide whether or not you care to return.” McNAMARA “You know, I can answer that right now, sir. That’d be ‘no,’ no for me … SHADOWY MEDIA FIGURE “Sit down, Joe.” McNAMARA “Thank you sir.” SHADOWY MEDIA FIGURE “Any questions?” D. MICHAEL COLLINS “Yeah … I got a question. Does Orville Redenbacher know you raid his wardrobe?” (Outside the locked door, Michael Konwinski and Alan Cox knock and pound and try to pull the handle, but the door doesn’t budge. Shadowy Media Figure leaves the room. Konwinski and Cox follow him, trying to capture his attention.) COLLINS “Why don’t we compare credit reports again? We’ll see if the union queen is keeping up on her loans.” (Lopez turns and glares at him.) MIKE BELL “Hey!” Collins “What?” BELL “If I lose my temper, you’re totaled!” COLLINS “Totally?” BELL “Totally.” LOPEZ (to Collins) “Why don’t you just shut up? Nobody is interested!” McNAMARA “Uh, excuse me, fellas? We should just discuss our plans to create jobs.” BELL, LOPEZ AND COLLINS “Shut up!” (Covey hides behind a Bible, starts doodling a sketch of an amusement park on the Downtown riverfront.) (Shadowy Media Figure returns.) SHADOWY MEDIA FIGURE “What’s going on in here? I’m tired of being the last to know.”

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A Toledo tradition since 2005 ToledoFreePress.com (Bell and Collins snicker.) (Shadowy Media Figure backs out of the room.) COLLINS “Hey, these chairs and tables were made by union labor. That means you should be standing, doesn’t it Mike?” LOPEZ “You know why guys like you question everything? You’re confrontational for the sake of confrontation.” COLLINS “Oh, you’re so smart! That’s exactly why I don’t play your games.” McNAMARA “I’m nor confrontational. I’m a coalition builder.” BELL “Yeah, on Council. How’s that working out?” COLLINS “We’re social. Demented and sad, but social.” BELL “You guys keep making noise and that Shadowy Media Figure is going to come back. I have a trip to Kazakhstan this weekend and I’m not gonna miss it because of you boneheads.” COLLINS “Oh and wouldn’t that be a bite … missing another foreign fishing trip!” BELL “You wouldn’t know anything about it. You never cultivated economic development in your whole life!” COLLINS “Oh, I know … and the Marina District is just thrumming with life because of your efforts.” BELL “You don’t have any plans.” COLLINS “Oh, but I do!” BELL “Yeah?” COLLINS “I wanna be just … like … you. I figure all I need is a lobotomy and a motorcycle jacket.” (Shadowy Media Figure returns.) SHADOWY MEDIA FIGURE “OK, polls are closed. All ballots are at the Lucas County Board of Elections. So it should only be 67 hours before we have unofficial results.” (All candidates groan.) McNAMARA “So, what happens tomorrow?” LOPEZ “You mean, will we be friends again? If we’re friends now, that is?” McNAMARA “Yeah …” LOPEZ “Do you want to know the truth? I don’t think so.” BELL “That’s a real nice attitude, Anita.” LOPEZ “Be honest, Mike. If Joe comes walking up to you on Wednesday, what would you do? I know exactly what you’d do. You’d say hi to him and

when he left you’d cut him all up so your friends wouldn’t think you really liked him.” (Shadowy Media Figure returns.) SHADOWY MEDIA FIGURE “Bell, you made it. You’re free to move on.” (Bell exits, thrusting a fist in the air.) SHADOWY MEDIA FIGURE “And the other qualifier is …” McNAMARA (Voice-over) “Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013. One Government Center, Toledo, Ohio. Dear Voters

… we accept the fact that we had to sacrifice a whole campaign season running for mayor. But do you really know who we are? You see us as you want to see us … in the simplest terms and the most convenient definitions. You see us as a brain, a jock, a basket case, a princess and a troublemaker. That’s the way we saw each other. We were brainwashed … But what we found out is that each one of us is a brain ... BELL (Voice-over) “… and a jock …”

COVEY (Voice-over) “... and a basket case ...” LOPEZ (Voice-over) “... a princess ...” COLLINS (Voice-over) “... and a troublemaker ...” McNAMARA (Voice-over) “Sincerely yours, the Breakfast Club, 2013.” O Michael S. Miller is editor in chief of Toledo Free Press and Toledo Free Press Star. Email him at mmiller@toledofreepress.com.

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hen it comes to the local fect. Money coming from outside the economy, there have been region is what will ignite the growth that two major conversations we need to see — history proves it so. The Stranahan family is one that has taking place during the past few years. invested a great deal of The first conversation time, money and support centers around what into the Toledo commucould be done to spur econity, but they were not orignomic growth in Northinally from Toledo. Robert west Ohio. The second and Frank Stranahan conversation regards founded Champion Spark outside money flowing Plug in 1908 in Boston, but into Toledo, whether it moved to Toledo in 1910. be through Hollywood In the past 103 years, the Casino Toledo or the purStranahan family’s impact chase of the Marina DisBen TREECE on the area is easily noticed; trict by foreign investors. between the Stranahan TheMany Toledoans may have forgotten or may not have realized that ater, the R.A. Stranahan Arboretum and outside capital is what made our com- more, the Stranahans certainly invested munity great, even putting us on the heavily in Toledo. Charles Dana joined what would map as the Glass City. To imagine that residents alone are become the Dana Corporation and the going to be able to provide the financial Dana Foundation, but was not a Toresources to boost Toledo’s economy is ledo native. Dana was originally from an unobtainable dream. Imagine if the New York. While originally incorpoCity of Toledo were to tax citizens at an rated in 1904 by Clarence Spicer, Dana obscenely high rate, and then deploy moved to Toledo in 1928, but has since that capital locally. Money would have relocated to Maumee. According to its changed hands without any real net ef- website, Dana employees more than

20,000 people worldwide. Edward Drummond Libbey was born in Chelsea, Mass., but moved here to open Libbey Glass Company in 1888. In 1903, Libbey founded the Owens Bottle Machine Company with Michael Joseph Owens (who was born in West Virginia but also relocated to Toledo), which would later become known as O-I. Libbey once again delivered jobs and money to Toledo by starting the Libbey-Owens Sheet Glass Company in 1916. Aside from making Toledo the Glass City, Libbey also founded the Toledo Museum of Art, even donating a substantial portion of his art collection over the span of his life. All of these families brought business to Toledo, and their future generations invested capital and resources to make the community better. Today we do not offer outside money the same warm welcome. When Hollywood was coming to town, many citizens were hesitant to show support, despite the fact that the casino was sure to provide thousands of local jobs and has provided substantial funds to local schools and charities. The development of the Marina District

has been met with similar resistance, as some citizens fear overseas investment in Toledo could somehow inexplicably be bad for the local economy. We do not live in the same world that we did 100 years ago, or even 25 years ago. Advancements in technology have allowed us to invest in ways that we never before could. Instead of money coming to Toledo from Massachusetts or New York, we now see money coming from China or Germany. If Toledo ever wants to thrive the way it once did, we need to welcome these investors with open arms to our wonderful community. O Ben Treece is a 2009 graduate from the University of Miami (Fla.), BBA International Finance and Marketing. He is a partner with Treece Investment Advisory Corp (www. TreeceInvestments.com) and a stockbroker licensed with FINRA, working for Treece Financial Services Corp. The above information is the express opinion of Ben Treece and should not be construed as investment advice or used without outside verification.

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Imagine if the City of Toledo were to tax citizens at an obscenely high rate, and then deploy that capital locally. Money would have changed hands without any real net effect. Money coming from outside the region is what will ignite the growth that we need to see — history proves it so.”


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It’s 11:30 on a Tuesday morning, and children are starting to trickle in to the Believe Center in South Toledo. They’ve just returned from the library, and sit at tables in the Believe Center’s cafeteria, poring over the worksheets they got there. Teenagers sit by and help the kids as needed with the reading. Then, finally, it’s lunchtime. The Believe Center is one of 86 sites served by Feed Lucas County Children (FLCC), a nonprofit started by Tony Siebeneck with the goal of providing nutritious meals to the 33,000 children in the county who live below the poverty line. Founded in 2002, Siebeneck, a former agronomist, started the charity in 2002 after reading an article and then researching child hunger in the area. “After nine months of grassroots research, I found out that the problem was a lot worse than what I was reading about. In life, we have more people that are talkers than doers about problems. We are not talkers, we are doers. To me, people talk about things, but they really have no intentions about doing something to help others. I do,” Siebeneck said.

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FLCC is based in the old Macomber High School building on Monroe Street. Here, all the food is cooked, and is then taken or picked up to be distributed at one of FLCC’s sites. On any given day, the place is bustling. Vans from the feeding sites, which range from churches to apartment complexes to parks, are loaded with food for delivery. Volunteers in red shirts move about the warehouselike space, moving bins of food to their correct spot in rows of movable metal shelves. Coolers are stacked at the back of the large room. It’s clear that the charity is running out of space. Siebeneck’s office is next to the kitchen. Awards and newspaper clippings line its walls, sharing space with large checks from corporate sponsors such as Walmart and GM Powertrain. He shares the office with a small number of paid part-time employees.

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Feed Lucas County CHildren founder Tony Siebeneck helps prepare food at the organization’s building July 17.

Siebeneck himself flits about the office with vigor, seemingly tackling many tasks at once. He quickly takes care of a volunteer’s request for a gas card, and then takes a phone call: an employee has car trouble. Siebeneck remains nonplussed. “Ten years ago, there was no organization in this county that was

committed to reaching out to more kids in need, especially during summertime,” he said. “I’m an agronomist. I worked with plants, plant diseases, plant bacteria, viruses. I worked in the ag industry. I worked with the raw food end of it. What I did was help educate the public in what they call more sustainable ag-

riculture. I did that for many years as a career, as an agronomist, and it was very rewarding. But when I discovered that there was this many kids going without — let’s put it this way: You’re only on Earth for so long, but I’m a firm believer that you have to give back to others but you never know when it might be your turn ...

that’s what life’s all about.” FLCC is not a faith-based organization, but Siebeneck is a committed Catholic who laughingly calling himself a “fish-eater.” As a result of his community outreach, Siebeneck is often invited to different church services to speak. n FEED CHILDREN CONTINUES ON 7


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n FEED CHILDREN CONTINUED FROM 6 “Sometimes my wife will ask me, ‘What are you tomorrow?” tomorrow being Sunday. I’m Methodist, I’m Baptist, I’m Presbyterian. I do enjoy that, going to different church services. It’s kind of neat, the different things you learn, see, and hear,” he said. Siebeneck has been married to wife Therese for 26 years. They have four children: Matthew, 25, Luke, 24, Emily, 23 and Paul, 21. All four were in college at the same time at one point. “We are very fortunate, a very healthy family, good kids. They’ve stayed out of trouble,” he said. Siebeneck was born and raised on a dairy farm in Indian Lake, Ohio, and he can deeply relate to much of the work he does today. “When I grew up, I know what it was like being hungry, too. I’ve been there myself. My parents separated when I was 9 years old, and even though I was so active in the farm operation, I lived with my mother and

three other siblings,” he said. Siebeneck got his first job at 12 years old to support his mother, who received little in the divorce settlement. He and his older brother Carl have been taking care of her mother ever since; today, she is 95 and in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease.

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“The children that we feed are the ones receiving free or reduced lunches in school. When school lets out for the summer, but there are no school meals. I don’t know about you, but I don’t think kids quit eating when the summer comes. What we do is bridge that gap from child hunger from the time school stops to the time school starts in the fall,” Siebeneck said. “We have so many wonderful people in this county. Around Thanksgiving and Christmas there’s a lot of people that give, but the general public doesn’t realize that the needs are greater in the summer than they are in the winter.” Toledo is rated the seventh worst

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A Toledo tradition since 2005 city in the country in terms of hunger. “Some people don’t want to know about hunger, but it’s like lava … it’s just flowing out there. Everyone thinks that in the inner city in Toledo, that’s where the hunger’s at, but we are feeding kids from either side of this county,” he said. Each day, FLCC provides kids with up to two meals a day at any given site. Children who show up for food get more than just a nutritious meal. “What we like to do is embrace food with educational components during the summertime. Many of these sites will have some type of activity or educational aspect. It could be physical fitness, reading, math, or just taking that kickball outside and giving them something physical to do,” Siebeneck said. The majority of the sites run fives days a week, but some are functional for seven. FLCC is able to keep its 86 sites open by partnering with organizations like the Believe Center to spread the word and draw in children. “What we hear every year— heaven forbid — is that if Feed Lucas County Children ever stopped feeding the children, that all those organization would lose their foundation that drives kids to these programs … food draws kids. If they’re hungry, they come. It’s almost like entrapment, they come to eat, and while they’re here, you’re going to learn something,” Siebeneck said. Stephen Goldman, professor emeritus of University of Toledo, is one of the members of FLCC’s board of directors. “In the few years we have been in place, we have provided a million meals to poor children. The meals we have provided are wellbalanced, nutritious, and at no cost,” Goldman said. Siebeneck said that serving healthy food was the goal from the start. “There is no fried food. We steam the majority of the food that we serve, which is very rare out there. We operate the largest hot, balanced meal program in the state,” Siebeneck said. In the main kitchen at Macomber, one main chef prepares up to 7,200

meals a day, with the force of the 200some FLCC volunteers. Most of the volunteers heard of the program through word-of-mouth or through visibility at the sites. Volunteers are trained, even on site, and are monitored. Dorothy Thomas is a new volunteer at Beatty Park. “Children need food. I’ve been with the football team [the Mid City Spartans] for the last couple of years. A lot of times, kids come out there and they haven’t eaten or they might go home and not have anything to eat. This program is very beneficial to them,” she said. Jessica Robinson, 18, helps feed and supervise the kids at the Believe Center. She benefited from the program as a child. “It’s good, they feed you good,” Robinson said. Each FLCC site’s schedule is suited to its location. “Each site is especially design to fit what that neighborhood’s trying to do. Some sites serve breakfast and lunch, some lunch and a snack in the afternoon (after physical activities). Some places serve a dinner. We are in a lot of the parks at night. It works out well, unless it rains. We have been pounded by rain this summer, and that makes it a little more difficult. But we just keep pushing and keep going,” Siebeneck said. Siebeneck stressed that while parental education is important in improving the feeding habits of their children, simple seminars don’t work. “You can’t show up in a coat and tie and have a meeting with neighborhoods and then walk away. Meetings don’t feed children,” he said. FLCC’s efficiency and personalized planning pays off. It serves twice as many children as averaged by similar programs across the nation. “Washington is looking at our food model right now … and there’s a possibility that our food model will be copied and used in different states,” Siebeneck said.

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their food, and fast. “Right now, we are in desperate need of expanding this kitchen. We can feed more kids if we can get more cooking equipment and more space. As soon as we can hit our goal with this expansion project, Lucas County will be the first county in the state of Ohio to end summer hunger,” Siebeneck said. FLCC has never publicly solicited donations, and Siebeneck stresses that the current fundraiser is a “one-time deal.” ���This is the one time we really need the public to step up to the table between now and Christmas, to see this kitchen be made a reality,” he said. The new kitchen facilities will cost from $800,000 to $1.3 million. “I have confidence, and I am a firm believer, that as soon as the community finds out the situation that we’re in, that we are going to get through this problem. This project is so tangible and transparent: the money is going to go into space and cooking equipment and food that feeds children. I don’t think anybody could find a better cause right now,” Siebeneck said.

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For its first large-scale fundraising event, FLCC is hosting the Hunger Awareness Family Festival from 2-9 p.m. July 27 at the field on the corner of Centennial and Brint roads in Sylvania. “Dr. Carol Bennett-Clarke at UT, one of the medical professors, and 24 of her medical students came out a month ago with me … and we painted the largest MyPlate in the U.S. It’s a halfacre big, on a tarp,” Siebeneck said. The MyPlate is a governmentissued graphic that depicts the suggested proportion of fruits, vegetables, grains, dairy and protein on a person’s plate and cup. Squares were painted onto the half-acre MyPlate. For the fundraiser, FLCC is selling each square for $40. A helicopter will throw assorted food items from above onto the grid, with a cash prize for the owners of the squares the food lands on. Also, the helicopter will toss down 50 T-shirts. The Hunger Awareness Festival will feature food and live music, including performances by Abby Ray and Distant Cousinz. Ray wrote a special song about hunger for the festival. FLCC will also hold a Twylite Thursday fundraiser at The Pinnacle on Aug. 15. Siebeneck, the man who has served 1.3 million meals to hungry children, doesn’t mince words when it comes to the adeptness of his charity. “Ninety-three percent of every dollar we get goes back to the program. That’s very high. We don’t take a backseat to anybody when it comes to efficiency,” he said. O


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CedarCreek Church, UT offer free medical clinic By David Yonke

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“Two years ago, they said I died,” Barbara Huntley said with a sigh, looking frustrated but very much alive. Her brush with death had nothing to do with health; it was the result of a mix-up with the federal government. “Someone with my name died, but it wasn’t me. I keep telling them it’s not me who’s dead,” Huntley said with a shrug. The red tape hassle led the 82-year-old Toledoan to seek free medical help at a clinic that is open every HUNTLEY Thursday night at CedarCreek Church’s South Toledo campus. Huntley’s doctor suggested she go to the clinic because the exams, lab work and prescriptions are all free. “I think it’s excellent. I just wish my doctor had told me about it

sooner,” she said. What kind of medical concerns led her to visit the clinic? “I’m old!” Huntley said with a laugh. The health care is provided by the University of Toledo’s Community Care Clinic, involving several physicians and more than 200 health care students from UT’s medical, nursing, physician’s assistant and pharmacy schools. Dr. Richard Paat, a Perrysburg internist, founded the clinic in 2012 in Perrysburg Heights. The clinic moved to CedarCreek’s South Toledo campus, at 2150 S. Byrne Road, on March 28. Anyone who walks in between 6 and 8 p.m. will be treated on a firstcome, first-served basis. People start lining up around 4:30 p.m. and the last patients — and volunteers — leave between midnight and 1 a.m., according to Steve Whitlow, a CedarCreek member who helps coordinate the clinic. Coinciding with the health clinic, CedarCreek recently began serving free community meals during the same time slot, feeding about 100 people per week. It’s separate from the health clinic and the meals are free to

anyone who comes in. Chef John Kusner, 30, said he learned his trade at the Toledo Country Club and has also cooked for Cherry Street Mission Ministries. His volunteer work at CedarCreek utilizes his diverse background as a chef, he said. “God gives us all something, he gives us all a purpose,” Kusner said. “God has prepared me to serve nice meals, with quantity for many people. I feel like it’s all coming together.” Doctors and medical students involved in the health care clinic said they find it rewarding to give back to the community. “Most of the people who come here don’t have insurance,” said Christopher Traner, 23, a secondyear medical student from Strongsville, Ohio. “Many are homeless or come from halfway houses and shelters. But we treat anyone that wants to come. We don’t actually check [if they have insurance].” Dr. Kevin Phelps, 52, a family practice physician, said clinic patients are “the neediest of people because they really haven’t had con-

tinuity in medical care.” Many have routine health issues such as diabetes and hypertension, he said, “but it’s all untreated, undiagnosed or underdiagnosed. And they don’t have any resources, so it’s very challenging.” Kishor Kapa, 23, a second-year PHELPS medical student who helps run the clinic, said he feels an obligation to “fill the gap that exists in our health care system.” “I can see the disparity in health care that we have today, and I really want to do what I can to help out,” he said. “I’m only a medical student so I can’t do too much, but I think it’s really important just being here and just offering the services that we can for people who need it.” It’s particularly rewarding, he said, when he knows that patients appreciate his efforts. “It’s always rewarding at the end of the night, even when we go till mid-

night or 1 a.m.,” Kapa said. “And especially when the patients come and thank us for being here because they had nowhere else to go.” Douglas Roy, 52, visits the clinic often and is grateful for the free care. “I work, but I can’t afford health insurance,” he said. “I have high blood pressure and I’ve been working real hard at losing weight, and there are some different issues along with that that are popping up.” He said he couldn’t afford the prescription medications he gets for free at the clinic. “If you as a person are willing to come out here and sit and wait — there’s some inconvenience to it — you can get legitimate health care,” Roy said. “This is something that is good for America. This is what we stand for, helping each other.” O David Yonke is the editor and community manager of Toledo Faith & Values (ToledoFAVS.com), a website that provides in-depth, nonsectarian news coverage of religion, faith and spirituality in the Toledo area.


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Toledo’s newest anchorwoman has had a whirlwind of a week. Moving boxes stacked throughout her apartment, a 7-month-old baby girl just starting to crawl and a new job in a new town have been her welcome to Ohio. Annette Falconer will join “WNWO Today” as a new anchorwoman July 22. “We don’t have any family or friends here but we’re hoping Toledo can become our family,” Falconer said. “They’ve been good to us so far.” Falconer worked for two years at KLTV, a news station in East Texas. She said she wants to bring a “sense of relaxation” to the show. “I want people to depend on me

but also get to know me,” Falconer said. “I want to be on a really personal level with the community. I really want to be the person to deliver the news to them, be quick, be accurate but also be friendly. I want them to turn the TV on and , ‘Hey it’s Annette!’” Falconer said she always knew she wanted to work in television. “I’ve always interviewed people,” she said. “When I was little and [people] got married, I would interview the bride and groom and all the siblings and just gather it together on a big video. I’ve always been really big in writing down history. I’ve always done it for all my friends’ weddings.” The camera doesn’t intimidate Falconer. She said she enjoys being on camera and doesn’t struggle with nerves. “I love talking to people and being

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out there in the spotlight,” she said. “My family would say that I’m not shy at all so I think that is what helped me. I get more nervous talking to someone one-onone than talking to a camera with 20,000 people watching me.” Jim Blue, WNWO news director, said, “Annette is a wonderful addition to ‘WNWO Today.’ She brings the perspective of a young mom involved in our community and interested in everything Northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan have to offer. You’ll see her all around town engaged in the activities that make the Toledo area such a great place to live.” WNWOFalconer said she took the new job because she wanted to work in the mornings so she could spend more time with her daughter Brynlee. “She will smile at anyone, anytime,” Falconer said. “She is such a happy little baby. Everywhere we go we talk about what a happy baby she is. But she is starting to crawl so that means trouble, because she’s starting to get into everything.” Falconer said she and her husband plan to buy a home and settle into Toledo. “I want to be in this area,” she said. “We plan on raising our family here.” Falconer graduated from Brigham Young University with a major in broadcast journalism. She did beauty pageants for four years and was Miss Dallas USA in 2004. “I used to do pageants a long time ago and I loved talking to people and being out in the community,” Falconer said. “That’s when I decided that I liked being involved and talking to people but really it was before then. I always had the niche I just didn’t put my finger on it until pageants.” Despite the hectic week of moving and caring for a child, Falconer looks forward to bringing Toledo its news every morning. “I just hope people give me a chance,” she said. “I’m giving Toledo a chance and I hope people give me a chance.” O

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101 ways to spend 101 days in Northwest Ohio THE ARTS 1.Toledo Museum of Art

This internationally renowned museum recently expanded its Thursday hours and is now open until 9 p.m. on both Thursdays and Fridays. With free admission to most exhibitions, TMA also offers art classes, demonstrations, free docent-guided tours and more. Circle 2445 regularly hosts social events geared toward young adults, including Art in the Dark, a drinks and flashlight tour on Sept. 26. 2445 Monroe St. toledomuseum.org

2. Toledo Symphony

About to enter its 70th season this fall, one of the symphony’s most popular series is the annual free summer Music under the Stars concert series at the Toledo Zoo.

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3. Toledo Opera

The opera strives to make its performances accessible to all with translations provided above the stage like closed captioning. This season’s offerings will include “Aida” and “Faust.” toledoopera.org

4. Theater and stage

Northwest Ohio is full of opportunities to catch a theater performance, including “Wicked” at the Stranahan Theater (Aug. 14-Sept. 1). There’s also Valentine Theatre, Toledo Repertoire Theatre and Edgy Rep, Village Players and The Upton Players and regional community theater productions, not to mention high school and college performances.

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5. Drink and Draw

The Art Supply Depo offers life drawing sessions 7-9 p.m. on fourth Tuesdays. The shop provides the model and music while participants (18 and older) bring their own drinks and art supplies. The next date is July 23. $10 or $7 with a friend. 29 S. St. Clair St. artsupplydepo.com

6. Uncork the Artist

Bring drinks (or don’t) and let a local featured artist guide your group through creating a painting. All supplies provided. $35 per person/$60 for two. 5228 Monroe St. uncorktheartist.com

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10. Make It Indie Crafter Fair

This ain’t your granny’s craft show. The one-day alternative craft fair organized by the UpTown Association is set for 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Nov. 16 at 1717 Adams St.

7. Create glass art

Let artists at Gathered Art Gallery & Studio, 23 N. Huron St.; Firenation Glass, 7166 Front St., Holland; or Toledo Museum of Art, 2445 Monroe St., help you try your hand at the art that put Toledo on the map. Options include a flower, paperweight, cup and more.

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Local photographer Eric Shanteau (hobbes2485 on Instagram) organized a photo walk to raise money for the medical bills of 19-year-old Bowling Green State University student Tori Jennings, who is fighting lymphoma. Cost is $25 and includes coffee, snack, T-shirt and lunch at Dégagé, 301 River Road. Participants are asked to donate at least one print to be sold at the Maumee Summer Fair. Deadline to register is July 22, but those who show up on the day of are welcome to participate (minus the T-shirt and food). 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 27.

8. Art Walk

Featuring street performers and locally made crafts from Handmade Toledo vendors, the Art Walks include nearly 30 arts-related venues in the Warehouse District, UpTown, Downtown, Old West End and more. Free and held on second Thursdays June through September. theartscommission.org

9. Artomatic419!

It won’t be back until 2015, but mark your calendars because Artomatic419! has grown into one of the biggest creative displays in the area, featuring work from more than 500 local visual, performing and literary artists.

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Bowling Green’s annual festival featuring art vendors, performing artists and more is set for Sept. 6-8. blackswamparts.org

13. Crosby Festival of the Arts

Northwest Ohio’s premier fine arts festival takes place every June at Toledo Botanical Gardens and features the work of more than 200 artists from across the country. toledogarden.org

11. Maumee Photo Walk

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dropped from a helicopter onto a half-acre grid of squares (See story on page 6). 2-9 p.m. July 27 at Centennial and Brint roads in Sylvania. Free but donations accepted. feedlucaschildren.org

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14. Nature Photography

The National Center for Nature Photography features photo exhibits, contests, demonstrations and classes. Free and open noon to 5 p.m. Saturday-Sunday. At Secor Metropark, 10001 W. Central Ave., Berkey. metroparkstoledo.com

Several local projects present their work, with all getting exposure and one getting funding toward their idea as voted on by attendees of this crowd-funded microgrant dinner series. The next one is 5-9 p.m. Sept. 8 at Toledo School for the Arts, 333 14th St. toledosoup.com

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With the likes of John Mellencamp and ZZ Top lending support in recent years, this longtime homelessness awareness event aims to help Toledo’s unhoused population connect with resources like food, clothing, medical screenings, haircuts and more. Oct. 25-27. 1matters.org

16. Hunger Awareness Festival

The highlight of this event benefiting Feed Lucas County Children is a lottery with winners chosen by fruit

Themed “ReIMAGINE Toledo,” the conference is planned for Sept. 19. TEDx events feature video and live speakers with the aim of sparking deep discussion and connection in small groups about “ideas worth spreading.” tedxtoledo.com

19. Jam City

The inaugural Jam City was held in May and featured creative peanut butter and jelly-inspired dishes from a dozen local restaurants, including Mancy’s Steaks,

JAM CITY Swig, Burger Bar 419 and many more. The event is a fundraiser for Food for Thought, a local nonprofit that makes and gives away sack lunches containing PB&J sandwiches. Next year’s date is TBD. feedtoledo.org

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DAY TRIPS 20. Cedar Point

Featuring 16 roller coasters, including the brand-new GateKeeper, tons of shows and other attractions, Sandusky’s Cedar Point has been voted the “Best Amusement Park in the World” for 15 consecutive years. Water park Soak City is next door. cedarpoint.com

21. Sauder Village

Ohio’s largest living history village features more than 40 historic homes and shops, costumed guides and working craftsmen who help visitors experience daily life in the rural Northwest Ohio of the past. New this year is a traveling exhibit of knitted presidents wearing period clothing. Open April to October. $8-15, active military and children 5 and younger free, children 16 and younger free on Sundays. 22611 State Route 2, Archbold. saudervillage.org

22. Spangler Candy Co.

Founded in 1906, Spangler manufactures Dum Dums lollipops, candy canes, circus peanuts and more. Museum and store are free. Factory tour on a trolley is $3-$5, children 5 and younger free. 400 N. Portland St., Bryan. spanglercandy.com

23. Hayes Presidential Center

The Fremont site includes the home, library, museum, tomb and 25-acre estate (Spiegel Grove) of the 19th U.S. president. Entrance to the property is through one of six sets of original White House gates. Sleigh rides are offered in the winter. $3-$13. GroveFest, featuring a dog parade, kids activities, demonstrations and an auction, is set for July 27. A Civil War re-enactment is set for Oct. 5-6. rbhayes.org

24. Port Clinton

About an hour from Downtown Toledo, this Lake Erie shoreline town calls itself the Walleye Capital of the World. Liberty Aviation Museum, which opened in July 2012, features a collection of aircraft, vehicles and other historical artifacts, including World War II-era Jeeps and

TOLEDO PRIDE “Georgie’s Gal,” a refurbished flyable B-25. All proceeds from the vintage 1950s Tin Goose Diner go back to the museum. The Great Lakes Popcorn Company features unique flavors like Wild Walleye, Bubble Gum and Bacon and Cheese. The African Safari Wildlife Park is open March to November. There’s also the Mon Ami Winery and putt-putt golf, go-kart racing, beaches and access to Put-in-Bay ferries. The city drops a Walleye on New Year’s Eve. portclinton.com, libertyaviationmuseum.org

25. Put-in-Bay

Put-in-Bay offers something for everyone, whether you’re looking for a museum tour, a winery, a jet ski rental, a climb to the top of Perry’s Memorial, a chocolate museum or just a cold drink and live entertainment by the pool. Accessible by ferry (one-way fares $1.50-$14.99). putinbay.com

26. Kelleys Island

The largest American island in Lake Erie, Kelleys Island offers one of the nation’s best examples of glacial grooves, left as a heavy glacial wall moved over the island’s soft limestone. Campgrounds, wineries and Inscription

Rock State Memorial featuring Native American petroglyphs are other draws. kelleysisland.com

27. Maumee Bay State Park

This lakeshore destination features a hotel, rental cabins, campground, golf course, fishing, birdwatching, nature center, paths for walking, biking or rollerblading and more. 1400 State Park Road, Oregon. parks.ohiodnr.gov/maumeebay

FESTIVALS 28. Ethnic festivals

Birmingham Ethnic (Aug. 17-18), German-American (Aug. 23-25), Greek-American (Sept. 6-8), Latino, Polish — so much ethnicity to celebrate! Food, drink, music, dancing, contests: What’s not to love?

30. Old West End Festival

Held the first week of June, the OWE Fest features the King Wamba Parade, house tours, art fair, live entertainment, kids activities, 5K, yard sales, antique car show, craft vendors and more. toledooldwestend.com/owe-festival

31. Dia de los Muertos

Local residents create altars featuring photos, candles, decorations, favorite foods and more on the day Latin American culture believes spirits of the dead come back to visit the living for one day. Nov. 2 at Sofia Quintero Art & Cultural Center, 1225 Broadway St. sqacc.org

32. Toledo Pride

The annual event typically features a parade, cardboard sled races, horse and carriage rides, ice sculptures, chili cook-off, music, snowman building and snowball throwing contests, a 5k, dancing and more.

The fourth annual LGBTQA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning and allied) event is set for Aug. 24 at Promenade Park. The event, which has grown each year, features a parade, live entertainment, drag queen performances, a night glo 5K on Aug. 23 and a family fun day Aug. 25.

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33. Toledo Auto Show

The annual winter show features hundreds of cars, trucks, SUVs and motorcycles. toledoautoshow.org

34. Antique and Classic Boat Show

Set for Aug. 24-25, this show is an “extravaganza of antique, classic and historical watercraft through the ages,” featuring local maritime vendors and artisans, live entertainment, food and more at the Toledo Yacht Club, 3900 N. Summit St. toledoboatshow.com

35. First Friday and Rock the Dock

These two Perrysburg events feature live entertainment, food and more. First Fridays are free and family-friendly, held the first Fridays of the month June-September (Aug. 2 and Sept. 6). Rock the Docks (Sept. 21) is $5 and for age 21 and older. Facebook.com/DowntownPerrysburg

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FOOD/DRINK 36. Iconic Toledo Food

Culinary quests for residents and outof-town visitors alike include hot dogs from Tony Packo’s, chili dogs from Rudy’s, steak from Mancy’s, pizza from Jo-Jo’s or Inky’s, an everything bagel from Barry Bagels, ice cream from Mr. Freeze, doughnuts from Wixey Bakery, a garbage salad from Grumpy’s or a great view of the Toledo skyline from a patio at The Docks.

37. Restaurant Week Toledo

Support locally owned restaurants while raising money for local nonprofit Leadership Toledo by ordering off specially created menus during this annual weeklong event. restaurantweektoledo.com

38. Farmers Markets

A Toledo tradition since 2005

Local markets include Downtown at Erie Street Market (8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays May through November, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays December through April), Perrysburg (3-8 p.m. Thursdays May through mid-October, including Music at the Market 7-8:30 p.m. June through August), Westgate Village (3-7 p.m. Wednesdays

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39. Glass City Café

The eatery at 1107 Jackson St. features music every Saturday at 10 a.m.: First Saturdays feature acoustic Americana group Old State Line, second Saturdays are called OWE’ver Easy featuring Jason Quick, third Saturdays offer Americana and classic rock favorites and fourth Saturdays are bluegrass. “Glass City Café” on Facebook

40. Boyd’s Retro Candy Store

Features penny candy, old-fashioned taffy, retro soft drinks – and plenty of nostolgia. 954 Phillips Ave. boydsretrocandy.com

41. Pizza Palooza

Local pizza joints will vie for the title of best judges’ choice and people’s choice July 26-27 at Centennial Terrace, 5773 Centennial Road, Sylvania. Admission $3-$5, children 4 and younger free. Pizza $1.50-$2 per slice. sylvaniachamber.org/PizzaPalooza.aspx

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42. Brewery tour

Tours of Toledo’s Maumee Bay Brewery Co., located inside the Oliver House, 27 Broadway St., are available by appointment. Beers brewed include Buckeye Beer, Glass City Pale Ale, Total Eclipse Breakfast Stout and more. The Maumee Bay Brew Pub overlooks the brewing floor. oh-maumeebaybrewingco.com

43. Food-themed fests

Area food-themed fests include Whitehouse’s Cherry Fest, Swanton’s Corn Festival (Aug. 17), Oak Harbor’s Apple Fest (Oct. 12-13), Grand Rapids’ Applebutter Fest (Oct. 13) and more. whitehouseohiochamber.com/ cherryfest.htm, swantoncornfest.com, oakharborohio.net, applebutterfest.org

44. Taste of Maumee

Set for Aug. 16-17 during Maumee’s 175th anniversary celebration, Taste of Maumee features more than a dozen local restaurants serving food from around the world, including Sidelines, Jacky’s Depot, El Salto, Fricker’s, Pizzaroma, Rib Cage and La Fiesta. maumeeuptown.com

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HISTORY 45. Sylvania HistoricalVillage

The complex features an 1840s log home, schoolhouse, blacksmith and carpentry shop, railroad depot (the oldest in Ohio) with locomotive engine and caboose and museum. It hosts art camps for kids in the summer and the popular Fossil Fest in September. 5717 Main St., Sylvania. cityofsylvania.com

46. Wolcott House

Current exhibit is “Patriotism, Petticoats and Progress: A Tribute to the Early Settlers of the Maumee Valley.” Will offer a Paranormal Tour, featuring a night tour of the house where unexplained events have been documented over the years, 7-11 p.m. Oct. 26. Guided tours available Thursday-Sunday, April through December. $2.50-$6. 1035 River Road, Maumee. wolcotthouse.org

47. Fort Meigs

Featuring costumed historical interpreters, War of 1812 re-enactors, third Thursday lecture series, “Life in Early Ohio” event Aug. 24-25, Miniature War Gaming Day on Nov. 2 and more. $4-$8, children 5 and younger free. 29100 W. River Road, Perrysburg. fortmeigs.org

48. Lighthouse tours

The Toledo Harbor Lighthouse Preservation Society offers trips to the Toledo Harbor Lighthouse during its annual festival in early July. Lighthouse cruises are offered aboard the Sandpiper on select Sundays during the summer. In Ottawa County, Marblehead Lighthouse Festival is Oct. 12. Cost to climb lighthouse is $2, children 6 and younger free. toledoharborlighthouse.org, marbleheadlighthouseohio.org

HOLIDAYS 49. Tours de Noel

Featuring tours of historic Old West End homes decorated for the holidays plus a gift boutique, Tours de Noel is a fun way to kick off the holiday season. $10-15, children 13 and younger free. womenoftheoldwestendinc.com/tours

50. ‘The Nutcracker’

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Toledo Ballet’s “Nutcracker,” performed at Stranahan Theater, is the longest-running performance in the nation and a holiday tradition for many. toledoballet.net

51. Lights Before Christmas

Another holiday staple for many, the Toledo Zoo lights up with animation displays and more than a million lights, including 350,000 on the 85-foot Norway Spruce alone. Mid-November through Dec. 31.

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57. Book clubs

Book clubs are offered at Birmingham, Heatherdowns, Oregon, Point Place, Sanger, Sylvania, Washington, Waterville and West Toledo branch libraries as well as Way Public Library in Perrysburg. toledolibrary.org or waylibrary.info

58. Banned Books Week

The annual event hosted by the University of Toledo each fall features speakers, raffle prizes and a banned books vigil. “Banned Books — University of Toledo” on Facebook

59. Featured Lines

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52. Christmas in July

Need a fix of Christmas music, Christmas movies and Christmas ales? Find all that and more at the Santa Shuffle Pub Crawl, hosted by The Blarney Irish Pub, Bronze Boar, Home Slice Pizza, Table Forty4, Ye Olde Cock n’ Bull and Ye Old Durty Bird starting at 6 p.m. July 25. Drink and food item at each location. $30.

53. HalloWeekends

Cedar Point isn’t just for summer. The “Best Amusement Park in the World” also features 10 haunted houses, plenty of “screamsters” and more. cedarpoint.com

54. Zombie Bar Crawl

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Thousands of costumed “zombies” hit the streets and bars of UpTown Toledo the Friday before Halloween. Hosted by the UpTown Association in partnership with the bars, restaurants and businesses of the Adams Street corridor. uptowntoledo.org

LITERATURE/FILM 55. Authors! Authors! Hosted each spring and fall by the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library, this series has brought famous authors such as Anna Quindlen, Nicholas Sparks, Bob Woodward, John Updike and more to Toledo. toledolibrary.org

56. Sundance Kid Drive-in One of the only drive-in movie theaters left in the area, the business across from Pearson Park offers two screens of double features April through October plus a concessions stand. 4500 Navarre Ave., Oregon. $3.75-$8.75 per person, children 5 and younger free. greateasterntheatres.com

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Fifty-two new experiences in 52 weeks is one Toledo-area woman’s way of changing her life. Sherry Stanfa-Stanley, director of communications at the University of Toledo Foundation and a writer of fiction and humor, decided she needed to break out of a 30-year slump. “I realized I’ve spent the last 30 years doing pretty much the same thing,” Stanfa-Stanley said. “At some point, we grudgingly decide to keep doing the same thing or we can embrace change. I decided to embrace change.” She started with a trip to Italy and eventually sold her house and moved into a condo. “It was time for a change in my life. It was kind of scary, but kind of liberating at the same time,” Stanfa-Stanley said. “Then I thought, ‘What else can I do? What other changes can I make?’” These questions led to a plan: 52 new experiences in the 52 weeks leading up to her 52nd birthday. Stanfa-Stanley is now almost two months into her plan. She documents her experiences on a Facebook page

titled “The 52/52 Project.” “As a humor writer, a lot of the things were crazy, silly things [at first],” she said. “But a lot of new readers have been really excited and charged. A few have called me an inspiration. So, I’m adding a few serious ones that are more thought-provoking.” These experiences have included entering a pizza-eating contest, taking a belly dancing class, visiting an adult bookstore, visiting a synagogue and going without caffeine for a week. “It’s good to challenge myself,” Stanfa-Stanley said. “I’m hoping that this changes my life.” While many of the things on her list are relatively simple to set up, like eating chocolate-covered insects, others will prove to be a challenge. “I have a few ideas that will be difficult to set up, logistically,” she said. “For example, I want to spend a night in jail, and I’d rather not go the oldfashioned way.” Stanfa-Stanley plans to spend a night in a haunted house, work for a day on a farm, work as a street mime and do a stand-up routine at a comedy club. “That [last] one’s honestly probably the most terrifying on the list,” she said.

One of Stanfa-Stanley’s larger projects is running a 5K. “I haven’t run in 20 years. I was never a runner. A few of the things on the list take just a few minutes to do, but this will take months,” she said. Her other big event was to audition for the reality TV show “Survivor.” “Fortunately, it didn’t involve any physical activity,” she said. “We had to come up with a one-minute spiel for the producers on why we thought we should be on the show.” Stanfa-Stanley also tried hypnosis. “It always kind of intrigued me,” she said. “The jury’s still out, but I think it was possible that I was hypnotized. I remember sitting there thinking I wasn’t hypnotized. Two minutes later, I had my legs up on a stool and I remember thinking, ‘Yeah, I should probably move my legs, but I can’t really do that right now.’ I don’t know, but it was a fascinating experience.” Other things on her list include singing onstage for a local band, ringing the bell for the Salvation Army, working as a beekeeper and appearing in a talent show. “I still haven’t found anyone to let me [sing onstage]. I don’t know what’s wrong with these people,” Stanfa-

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63. Ice Skating With DJs

The all-ages event features ice skating to the sounds of DJ-spun tunes at Ottawa Park Ice Rink, 2200 W. Bancroft St. $6-$10 includes skate rental and a drink at the afterparty.

64. Jazz On The Maumee

Hear local and national artists perform 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesdays at the Best Western Premier Grand Plaza Hotel, 444 N. Summit St., hosted by the Art Tatum Jazz Society. $5-$15. arttatumsociety.com

65. Grugelfest

Traditional jazz festival set for Sept. 13-15. grugelfest.com/Grugelfest2013

66. Spotlight Summer Nights

There’s more to Hollywood Casino Toledo than gambling. Upcoming acts in the casino’s inaugural outdoor

summer concert series along the riverfront include Wynonna Judd on July 20, Chevelle on July 26 (story on page 30), Ronnie Dunn on Aug. 2 and Travis Tritt on Aug. 24. 777 Hollywood Blvd. hollywoodcasinotoledo.com

MUSEUMS 67. Blair Museum

Toledo is home to the largest collection of lithophanes and the only museum worldwide dedicated to the art. Lithophanes are etchings made in translucent porcelain that can only be clearly viewed when lit from behind. The museum is home to more than 2,300 lithophanes and has about 750 lithophanes on display. Featuring “Captured in Porcelain” through Oct. 27. Toledo Botanical Gardens, 5403 Elmer Drive. Free and open 1-4 p.m. Saturday-Sunday May-October with special group tours for 10 or more available year-round for $5 a person. lithophanemuseum.org

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68. Great Lakes museum

The National Museum of the Great Lakes is scheduled to open in spring 2014 along with the Col. James M. Schoonmaker museum ship. In the meantime, check out the new Maritime Park, featuring an inlaid outline of the Great Lakes as well as Lakes-themed poetry by local artists stamped into the sidewalk. 1701 Front St.

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69. Firefighters Museum

Features vintage firefighting uniforms, memorabilia, photos and equipment, including the city’s first fire pumper from 1837, a horse-drawn steamer, a Willys Fire Jeep and more. Noon to 4 p.m. Saturday or by appointment. 918 Sylvania Ave.

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70. Toledo Police Museum

Visitors can get locked up in a jail cell, have their mug shot taken by the original TPD mug shot camera, check out interactive displays or peek inside a replica 1948 police wagon. Free. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday-Saturday. At Ottawa Park, 2201 Kenwood Blvd. toledopolicemuseum.com

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NATURE/SCIENCE 71. Free Mondays at Toledo Zoo

Lucas County residents get free admission on Mondays between 10 a.m. and noon (except holidays) and $2 off admission rates every day with proof of residence. Highlights include the new Australian exhibit, Wild Walkabout, the largest crocodile in North America and twin polar bear cubs. Active military and veterans also get free admission with military ID. toledozoo.org

72. Hit the trails or river

Take advantage of about 150 miles of walking/running/dog-walking/horseback-riding trails spread over nine Metroparks of Toledo Area parks. The longest is the 15-mile hiking trail at Oak Openings Preserve. Don’t forget the Maumee River. Farnsworth Metropark along the Maumee River in Waterville has a ramp for small boats and personal watercraft. The park overlooks Missionary Island, a popular destination for paddlers to explore. Cartop boats can be launched under the I-475 bridge at Side Cut Metropark. metroparkstoledo.com

73. Imagination Station

Featuring more than 250 hands-on exhibits, including “Grossology” through Sept. 2, this science center is fun even for adults. Closed Mondays and holidays. $7.50-$9.50, children 2 and younger free. Two Lucas County kids (12 and younger) per paid adult free on Saturdays. Teachers and active military free. imaginationstationtoledo.org

74. Ritter Planetarium and Brooks Observatory

Ritter Planetarium features the first projection system of its kind in the world. “Two Small Pieces of Glass,” tracing the history of the telescope, 8:30 p.m. Fridays through Aug. 30. $5-$7, children 4 and younger free. www.utoledo.edu/nsm/rpbo

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75. Fossil Park at Olander

Search for fossils in a handicapaccessible 5-acre rock quarry, one of only a handful of such parks in the nation. Free and open April to November. 5675 Centennial Road, Sylvania. olanderpark.com/pages/Fossil.htm

76. The Butterfly House

This wheelchair-accessible greenhouse is filled with tropical plants and more than 1,000 butterflies from all over the world. Open May-October. Admission $7-$9, children 3 and younger free. 11455 Obee Road, Whitehouse. butterfly-house.com

77. Grow something

Working in partnership with community organizations and neighborhoods, Toledo GROWs serves more than 165 community gardens, which are planned and cared for by neighborhood residents. Toledo GROWs is the community gardening outreach program of Toledo Botanical Garden.

CENTENNIAL QUARRY (PHOTO COURTESY Steve Bumbaugh) public rides on the Maumee River from May through October. Cruise options include picnic lunch, Friday Night Family, sunset and city lights, fireworks, musical dinner, fall color and Halloween. $7-$40.

Find one near you by emailing info@toledogarden.org

78. Sandpiper cruise

The Sandpiper is a 100-passenger cruise vessel available for private and

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79. Go birding

Biggest Week in American Birding,” a 10-day birding event held each May. Destinations that can be enjoyed yearround include Magee Marsh Wildlife Area, Metzger Marsh Wildlife Area and the Black Swamp Bird Observatory. biggestweekinamericanbirding.com

Ottawa County recently drew visitors from 46 states and 13 countries for “The

80. Park(ing) Day

Various organizations bring in sod,

plants, turf and other installations to create temporary green spaces along Adams Street. The third annual event is set for Sept. 20. Free. uptowntoledo.org

81. Schedel Arboretum

Located in Elmore, the 17-acre site has more than 13,000 annuals, around 100 tree species and more than

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82. Free Comic Book Day

Free Comic Book Day. First Saturday of every May, including JC’s Comic Stop, 5239 Hill Ave.; Monarch Cards & Comics, 4400 Heatherdowns Blvd.; The Game Room, 3001 W. Sylvania Ave.; and Seann’s Anime and Comics, 5805 Monroe St. monarchcomics.net, toledogameroom.com, seannsanimeandcomics.com

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83. Go antiquing

Whether buying or just browsing, some amazing pieces can be found at local antique shops, including Adams Street Antiques & Art, 1500 Adams St.; Great Finds in Maumee, 1414 Reynolds Road, Maumee; Maumee Antique Mall, 1552 Reynolds Road, Maumee; Leffler’s Antiques, 2646 W. Central Ave.; Toledo Architectural Artifacts, 20 S. Ontario St.; and more. maumeeantiquemall.com, lefflersantiques.com, coolstuffiscoolstuff.com

84. Record Store Day

Featuring in-store performances, meet-and-greets with artists and special deals on merchandise, Record Store Day is observed across the country, including locally at Allied Record Exchange, Culture Clash Records, RamaLama Records, Shakin’ Street Records, B-Bop Records and more. recordstoreday.com

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86. BASHCon

Whether you’re into video games, card games, board games or role-playing games, you’ll find something for you at BASHCon, featuring tournaments, costume contests, vendors and more. Hosted by the University of Toledo student gaming group BASH, the convention is the largest student-run gaming event in the Midwest. Feb. 14-16, 2014. ut-bash.com

87. Live comedy

Catch a comedian at Funny Bone at Fat Fish Blue or Connxtions (closed for remodeling but slated to re-open in the fall). toledofunnybone.com, connxtionscomedyclub.com

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SPORTS 88. National Tractor Pulling Championships

Set in Bowling Green since 1967, this annual event is one of the largest in the nation, drawing an estimated 60,000 people. Aug. 16-18. $20-$44 for a single session pass, three-day passes start at $100, children 10 and younger free. Wood County Fairgrounds, 13800 W. Poe Road, Bowling Green. pulltown.com

89. Toledo Speedway

Owned by ARCA Racing, which has been a starting point for many NASCAR and other professional drivers over the years. 5639 Benore Road. arcaracing.com

90. Raceway Park

Live harness racing every Saturday and Sunday April through September. 5700 Telegraph Road. racewayparktoledo.com

91. Mud Hens and Walleye

Catch baseball at Fifth Third Field and hockey at Huntington Center for year-round minor league sports — sometimes even on the same night. mudhens.com, toledowalleye.com

92. Marathon Classic

See the top women golfers in the world at Toledo’s annual LPGA golf tournament. Let loose a little at Club 14, a chance to cheer and interact with golfers at hole 14 followed by an afterparty with live entertainment. marathonclassic.com

93. Glass City Rollers

Toledo’s roller derby team will kick off its season Oct. 5 with other home bouts scheduled for Nov. 9, Dec. 7, Jan. 11, March 29 and May 3 at the SeaGate Convention Centre. glasscityrollers.com

94. Support a local sports team

Several local high school and college teams have won state and national titles in recent years. (The University of Toledo’s women’s soccer team has a player who played for Colombia in the World Cup.) The Great Black Swamp Frogs of Sylvania play baseball by vintage 1860s rules, complete with vintage uniforms. UT and Bowling Green State University have quidditch teams in the spirit of the “Harry Potter” books. There’s also Toledo Celtics (men’s rugby), Toledo Reign (women’s pro football team), Cherokee Hockey, Toledo Crash (wheelchair football via The Ability Center) and more. sev.org/GBSFrogs, toledorugby.com, theetoledoreign.blogspot.com utoledoquidditch.tumblr.com, bgsuquidditch.tumblr.com

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hen news broke earlier this network’s news and editorial sides week that ESPN was re- is getting blurrier by the minute, hiring Keith Olbermann and it all feels like they’ve given up for a late night talk show, a couple of their heart and soul for access. The network wouldn’t unthoughts came to mind. derstand how to have First and foremost, how fun, lest someone in long would this last bethe Disney HR departfore someone tries to ment blow a gasket. tell Olbermann what to Needless to say, do, and he walks? Two: ESPN has had its head will the leather jacket up its own rear for quite he wore on the failed a while. Fans are beginESPN2 “Sports Night” ning to notice, too: The program make a return? ratings for the WorldYou know, the show he wide Leader in Sports famously launched with Shaggy CULBREATH are starting to slip. “Welcome to the end of our careers”? With that in mind (and Fox Most importantly, is ESPN finally Sports set to launch its own netacknowledging it has a problem? Don’t get me wrong, I have fond work next month), the hiring of memories of Olbermann and Dan Olbermann feels a little nostalgic. Patrick hosting “SportsCenter.” They “Hey, remember this guy! We had nicknamed it “the Big Show,” and they fun, didn’t we?” Now, Olbermann weren’t wrong — those two set the won’t be sitting at the “SportsCenter” agenda that put ESPN on the pop cul- desk; he’s getting his own program weeknights on ESPN2. It’s said to be ture map. But that was then, when ESPN similar, featuring highlights, sports was something you left on in your news and some debate (and absodorm 24 hours a day. Now, ESPN is lutely zero on the political front). a sports media monolith, covering It could work, too; his appearances the globe with 15 channels (21 if on NBC’s Sunday Night Football you count the minority share they (which reunited him with Patrick) own in the Canadian CTV), all of flowed smoothly, and he certainly them featuring two to four people has the brains and skill to bring that constantly screaming at each other spark back, providing he keeps his about a handful of players, and not ego in check. Could it be, though, that ESPN much else. Highlight packages have fallen to the side to make way for has an ulterior motive? The two sides fluff pieces on LeBron James, de- broke up rather spectacularly back bate segments about Johnny Man- in 1997, and this reunion apparently ziel or ridiculous filler about Who’s took 14 months to hammer out. It Now. Your Tigers highlights? That’ll works for Olbermann: After parting have to wait, because Skip Bayless ways with both MSNBC and Current and Stephen A. Smith are going to TV, he’s got to find an outlet someargue for five minutes about the where. For ESPN, though, it provides New York Jets. The line between the an opportunity to bring back one of

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the guys who taught the network how to be cool in the first place. Even if the show lasts but a month, the amount of information ESPN could gather from the man could be enough to get “SportsCenter’s” head right. ESPN has been lucky: NBC Sports Network and CBS Sports Network have deliberately avoided trying to take on the mothership directly, but Fox Sports 1 is aiming dead center. The network has hired Jay Onrait and Dan O’Toole from Canada’s TSN to host its highlight show — two anchors who made their names goofing off on the overnight shift, becoming cult heroes in the process. You know, like Keith and Dan. The bottom line is that ESPN got caught buying into its own hype, and starting considering itself the most important thing in the universe. ESPN set the agenda, it picked which stories mattered and it decided what the nation talked about. And a lot of that is, in fact, true. But after a while, it got so deep into covering the stories behind the stories, the network forgot to tell the original story in the first place. That’s not going to change anytime soon. Heck, “The Big Show” kind of started that trend, to be honest. At least when Keith and Dan started making the show less about the highlights and more about their reaction to the highlights, it was because they were cool, not because they were high on themselves as a media entity. Not that Olbermann is one to preach the importance of humility, but maybe he can at least teach the people ESPN headquarters in Bristol, Conn. how to do it in a way that doesn’t feel so cold. O Matt “Shaggy” Culbreath is sports director at 1370 WSPD. Email him at shaggy@wspd.com.

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95. Join a community sports league

Get-active options range from touch football, indoor soccer, ultimate Frisbee and broomball to “bar games” like euchre and cornhole via Toledo Sport and Social Club, Gold Medal Indoor Sports, Tam-O-Shanter, CedarCreek Church and more. toledosportandsocialclub.com, gmisports.net, playsylvania.com, cedarcreek.tv/get-connected/sports

96. Extreme Fort Meig-ing

If going to the gym’s not your thing, join this group that stays fit by meeting at Fort Meigs to run, climb and engage in intense exercise sessions together outside. 29100 W River Road, Perrysburg “Extreme Ft. Meig-Ing” on Facebook

Miles of bike trials, including the Jermain Park Trail built for off-road mountain bikes. thebikeworks.com/cycling-community/local-trails

98. Centennial Quarry

Deep-water, spring-fed swimming facility in Sylvania, featuring sandy beach, diving platforms, water toys like an aqua-bobber, a water teeter-totter, log roller, swim rafts and more. Gate pass $6 or $90-$165 season membership. Noon to 7 p.m. daily Memorial Day through Labor Day. centennialterrace.org

99. Golf

Pick up a Toledo Traditions of Golf Trail Pass, which includes six rounds of golf at Detwiler Park Golf Course, Collins Park Golf Course, South Toledo Golf Club and Ottawa Park Golf Course for $179. Or hit the virtual links at Tamaron Country Club’s Indoor Golf Center and play Pebble Beach, The Old Course at St Andrews or Spyglass without ever leaving town. $10-$25 per hour. tamaroncc.com

100. National Rifle and Pistol Matches

More than 6,000 military and civilian shooters from across the country come to Camp Perry in Port Clinton each summer. Several matches include expert instruction for beginners and watching the competitions is free. Dozens of vendors are set up at commercial row the whole month. July 8-Aug. 14. odcmp.com/NM.htm

101. Fun runs

Upcoming themed fun runs and mud runs include Run or Dye (Aug. 10, Toledo), Color Run (Aug. 17, Toledo), Dance Dash (Aug. 24, Perrysburg), Color Me Rad (Sept. 22, Toledo), Survival Race (Sept. 28, Holland), Zombie Race (Sept. 29, Holland). runordye.com, thecolorrun.com, dancedash5k.org, colormerad.com, thesurvivalrace.com, zombierace.co. Find more races at ToledoRoadRunners.org O

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Sam and Pete formed the band in 1995; their brother, Joe, later joined and played bass. “We were just playing a couple songs out with our friends and they said you need a name. We grew up around anything with wheels. So kind of as a joke, we went ‘Oh, let’s call ourselves Chevelle, it’ll be funny.’ It’s sort of the king of the muscle cars. And we were just never able to come up with anything better,” Sam said and laughed. “Eventually, the band makes the name, the name doesn’t make the band.” Chevelle revved up and turned heads with its 2002 disc, “Wonder What’s Next,” which debuted at No. 14 on Billboard’s album chart. “The Red,” “Send the Pain Below” and “Closure” were on the CD. “This Type of Thinking (Could Do Us In)” came out in 2004; its first single, “Vitamin R (Leading Us Along),” topped the mainstream rock chart. Joe was then replaced by Bernardini, and Chevelle rolled on with 2007’s “Vena Sera” and 2009’s “Sci-Fi Crimes.” “There’s a song called ‘Sleep Apnea’ from ‘Sci-Fi Crimes’ that we love that we play pretty much every show. ‘Roswell’s Spell’ is a fun cut,” Sam said. “We still play ‘The Red’ every show. And ‘The Pain Below,’ people sing along to it.” Chevelle will pull into Hollywood Casino Toledo for an 8 p.m. concert July 26. Tickets are $30. “When you get to a show, you want people to feel like it’s Friday night and leave their problems at home,” Sam said. And yes, the guys do have hot wheels. “We have a ’69 Chevelle,” Sam said. “It’s satin silver. It’s not an everyday car, but it’s a ton of fun.” O

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July 21 – 27, 2013

Events: Full Moon in Aquarius, Venus enters Virgo, Sun enters Leo (22nd) Aries (March 21-April 19)

Libra (September 23-October 22)

Clashing priorities strain relationships and provoke short tempers. You move forward with projects that were foiled or halted in June. The way forward is clear, but getting there requires clever, detailed thinking. Look outside of normal networks for assistance.

Changes around people and your home are in the works. Significant events early in the week can be game-changers. Choices that benefit others may not be so good for you. Finances entangled with emotions could set up an all-ornothing proposition. Think it through.

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

Scorpio (October 23-November 21)

Mental and physical demands are at a peak. Keep big projects on track with good organization and clear communications. Additional resources or people become available midweek. Slow down on Saturday to avoid injuries, arguments, and exhaustion.

Be certain about what you want before acting. Hardened attitudes limit flexibility; taking sides can limit your options. Friends make good suggestions on Thursday and Friday. Serious challenges to control or contentious issues put you on the defensive on Saturday.

Gemini (May 21-June 21)

Sagittarius (November 22-December 21)

Focal projects promote connections with people with foreign or unusual backgrounds. Hidden weaknesses and vulnerabilities skew impressions, so delay decisions. Thursday meetings unite mutual interests and resources. Stress takes a toll on health and domestic peace.

The flow of communications and activity are at a peak this week; your job is to stay focused and keep up with it. People act on their political interests; you must protect long-term interests. A lingering problem flares up on Saturday and stomps on your last nerve.

Cancer (June 22-July 22)

Capricorn (December 22-January 19)

You’re driven hard by multiple agendas. One important matter is wrapped early in the week, but you still have to race to attend to other priorities. Good results are evident on Thursday. On Saturday, short tempers bring lurking resentments to the surface.

Your spouse and other partners make transitions. Some of these may affect your own money and resources. It’s tough to be level-headed about the give-and-take equation. If necessary costs are questioned or derided, anger will erupt over the weekend.

Leo (July 23-August 22)

Aquarius (January 20-February 18)

Relationships and shared resources (like money) are critical this week. Control of resources determines freedom of movement, and someone could clamps down on the purse strings. You can change minds on Friday. Other issues provoke confrontations or quarrels on Saturday.

This full moon heralds a period of life-restructuring and work changes. Much depends on the responsibilities you’re willing to shoulder. Make sure that the time and resources you need to carry out any job are accessible and flexible. Avoid unnecessary risks.

Virgo (August 23-September 22)

Pisces (February 19-March 20)

If future hopes are adversely affected by things outside your control, seek allies who are similarly frustrated by obstacles. Their ideas and resources complement yours. Create a plan of action on Friday. Disappointments exacerbate other sources of irritation over the weekend.

Over time, friends have made subtle changes. Fractures reveal weak spots in relationships that you weren’t aware of. You can heal breaches on Thursday and make connections stronger than ever. But people who want to control everything are stinkers.

Elizabeth Hazel is a professional tarotist-astrologer and author. She gives readings every Wednesday at Attic on Adams above Manos Greek Restaurant. She may be contacted at ehazel@buckeye-express.com (c) 2013

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LegaL NOTICe ORDINANCE NO. 23-2013 AMENDING COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT AREA NO. 8, DESIGNATING A HOUSING OFFICER, ESTABLISHING A COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT AREA HOUSING COUNCIL; AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY. WHEREAS, Resolution No. 20-94, passed June 20, 1994, established and described the boundaries of a Community Reinvestment Area (“CRA”) to be known as Community Reinvestment Area Number 8; and, WHEREAS, the Economic Development Subcommittee met on May 24, 2012, June 11, 2012, and July 10, 2012 to review the City’s Community Reinvestment Areas; and, WHEREAS, the Committee of the Whole met on March 4, 2013, April 15, 2013 and June 3, 2013 to review the City’s Community Reinvestment Areas; and, WHEREAS, subsequent to these meetings, the Economic Development Subcommittee recommended that the boundaries of Community Reinvestment Area No. 8 be amended to include the west side of North Main Street from River Centre Clinic to St. Joseph Catholic Church and from the parking lot across from St. Joseph Catholic Church to 5470 Main Street as shown on the attached “Exhibit A” which include housing facilities or structures of historical significance are located and new housing construction is discouraged; and, WHEREAS, upon further review of Community Reinvestment Area Number 8’s boundaries and the other CRAs in the City, it was recommended that the boundaries of CRA Numbers 8 and 2 be merged as well as the additional territory added to the CRA; and, WHEREAS, including the additional properties within the boundaries of Community Reinvestment Area will serve to encourage economic stability, maintain real property values, promote the public health, safety and general welfare, and generate new employment opportunities; and, WHEREAS, a survey of the housing within the City of Sylvania has been performed; and, WHEREAS, the Council of the City of Sylvania has deemed it necessary to amend the boundaries of the Community Reinvestment Area to include such areas as permitted in Sections 3735.65 to 3735.70 of the Ohio Revised Code. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Sylvania, Lucas County, Ohio, 6 members elected thereto concurring: SECTION 1. That Community Reinvestment Area No. 8 is hereby amended as described in detail on the attached “Exhibit A” which is incorporated herein by reference. SECTION 2. That said Community Reinvestment Area No. 8 is one in which housing facilities or structures of historical significance are located and new housing and repair of existing facilities or structures are discouraged. SECTION 3. That within the above-described Community Reinvestment Area tax exemptions for improvements to real property as described in Ohio Revised Code Section 3735.67 will be granted. For the construction of every dwelling, or commercial or industrial structure located in said area as provided in Ohio Revised Code Section 3735.67(C), an exemption will be granted for the terms as set forth below. Additionally, any qualifying project under construction in the Community Reinvestment Area as of the date of passage of this Ordinance shall be subject to the exemption terms contained herein.

asserted in the application. The Housing Officer shall determine whether the construction or the cost of remodeling meet the requirements for an exemption under Section 8 below. SECTION 6. That there is hereby established a Community Reinvestment Area Housing Council for Community Reinvestment Area No. 8. The Mayor is to appoint two (2) members, the Council is to appoint two (2) members, and the Planning Commission is to appoint one (1) member. The majority of the foregoing members are to appoint two (2) additional members who shall be residents within the Area. The terms shall be for three years. An unexpired term resulting from a vacancy in the Council shall be filled in the same manner as the initial appointment was made.

SECTION 10. That the Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of this Ordinance to the Lucas County Auditor and the Ohio Department of Development for information purposes.

A. For remodeling or construction of new Vote dispensing with the second and third readings: dwellings containing not more than two family Yeas 6 Nays 0 units and upon which cost of remodeling is Three Thousand Dollars ($3,000.00) or more, Passed, June 17, 2013, as an emergency issue. a period of not more than fifteen (15) years and the abatement will be 100% of the increase in property tax valuation as a result of the remodeling or construction.

C. For remodeling or construction of new commercial structures, a period of not more than ten (10) years and the abatement shall be 100% of the increase in property tax valuation as a result of the remodeling or construction. D. For remodeling or construction of new mixed use structures, a period of not more than fifteen (15) years and the abatement shall be 100% of the increase in property tax valuation as a result of the remodeling or construction. Any project currently under construction in Community Reinvestment Area No. 8, including the Maplewood Marketplace improvements and the Irv’s Auto Parts improvements at the time of the passage of this ordinance may receive exemption based on the terms as amended above.

SECTION 4. That Council hereby designated the Mayor as Housing Officer for the City of Sylvania. SECTION 9. That the Clerk is hereby directed to publish this ordinance in a newspaper of general SECTION 5. That the Housing Officer or his circulation in the municipal corporation once a week designee shall verify the construction of the new for two consecutive weeks immediately following structure or the cost of remodeling and the facts its adoption.

Situated in the State of Ohio, County of Lucas, City of Sylvania, Southwest ¼ of Section 3, Southeast ¼ of Section 4, Northeast ¼ of Section 9 and Northwest ¼ of Section 10, Town 9 South, Range 6 East, and being a parcel of land as shown in Exhibit “B” and being more particularly bounded and described as follows:

SECTION 11. It is hereby found and determined that all formal actions of this Council concerning and relating to the passage of this Ordinance were adopted in an open meeting of this Council, and that all deliberations of this Council and any of its committees that resulted in such formal action, were in meetings open to the public, in compliance Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of with all legal requirements, including Section Ten Mile Creek with the centerline of right-of-way 121.22 of the Ohio Revised Code. of Silica Drive;

SECTION 12. That the Clerk of Council is hereby directed to post a copy of this Ordinance in the Office of the Clerk of Council in the Municipal SECTION 7. The tax exemption shall first apply in Building pursuant to ARTICLE III, Sections 11(c) the year following the calendar year in which the and 12, of the Charter of this City. certification is made to the Lucas County Auditor by the Housing Officer pursuant to Section 5 above. SECTION 13. That this Ordinance is hereby If the remodeling qualifies for an exemption under declared to be an emergency measure necessary Section 8 below, the dollar amount by which for the immediate preservation of the public the remodeling increased the market value of peace, health, safety, property and welfare and the structure shall be exempt from real property for the further reason that the amendments to taxation. If the construction qualifies for an the Community Reinvestment Area will serve exemption under Section 8 below, the structure to encourage economic stability, maintain real shall not be considered an improvement of the property values, promote the public health, safety land on which it is located for the purpose of real and general welfare, and generate new employment opportunities and therefore should be effective property taxation. immediately. Provided this Ordinance receives SECTION 8. That the construction of new the affirmative vote of five (5) or more members structures and the remodeling of existing structures elected to Council, it shall take effect and be in within said Reinvestment Area are hereby declared force immediately upon its passage and approval to be a public purpose for which exemptions from by the Mayor; otherwise, it shall take effect and be real property taxation are granted for the following in force thirty (30) days after it is approved by the periods: Mayor or as otherwise provided by the Charter.

B. For remodeling or construction of new dwellings containing more than two family units and upon which cost of remodeling is Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00) or more, a period of not more than fifteen (15) years and the abatement shall be 100% of the increase in property tax valuation as a result of the remodeling or construction.

Exhibit “A”

Description of the Boundaries of Community Reinvestment Area #8

corner of Lot 32, also being the north line of said Sylvania Parkside Addition; Thence in an easterly direction on the said north line of Sylvania Parkside Addition, Lots 31 through 32, to the northeast corner of Lot 31, also being the east line of said Sylvania Parkside Addition; Thence in a southerly direction on the said east line of Sylvania Parkside Addition, Lots 23 through 31 inclusive, to an iron pipe in the north line of Lot 19, also being the north line of said Sylvania Parkside Addition;

Thence in an easterly direction on the said north line of Sylvania Parkside Addition, Lots 17 through 19 Thence in a northerly direction on the said centerline inclusive, to the northwest corner of Lot 11 of Central of right-of-way of Silica Drive to the centerline of Park Addition as recorded in Plat Book Volume 41, Page 51, Lucas County Recorder’s Office, also being right-of-way of Monroe Street; the north line of said Central Park Addition; Thence in a northwesterly direction on the said centerline of right-of-way of Monroe Street to the Thence in an easterly direction on the said north line centerline of right-of-way of Parkwood Boulevard; of Central Park Addition, Lots 10 through 11, to the northwest corner of Lot 14 of Printup’s Subdivision Thence in a northeasterly and northwesterly as recorded in Plat Book Volume 18, Page 50, Lucas direction on the said centerline of right-of-way of County Recorder’s Office, also being the north line Parkwood Boulevard to the centerline of right-of- of said Printup’s Subdivision; way of Maplewood Avenue; Thence in an easterly direction on the said north line Thence in a northwesterly direction on the said of Printup’s Subdivision, Lots 14 through 15, to the centerline of right-of-way of Maplewood Avenue to centerline of right-of-way of a parcel of land owned by the Pennsylvania Lines LLC, also being Lucas the centerline of right-of-way of Erie Street; County Auditor’s Tax Parcel 82-99011; Thence in an easterly direction on the said centerline of right-of-way of Erie Street to east line of the west Thence in a northwesterly direction on the said ½ of the southeast ¼ of Section 4, also being the centerline of right-of-way line to the extended extended intersection of the west line of Sylvania intersection of the northerly property line of a Parkside Addition as recorded in Plat Book Volume parcel of land owned by Kal-B Investments, an Ohio General Partnership, as recorded in Instrument 42, Page 34, Lucas County Recorder’s Office; Number 20030609-0023508, Lucas County Thence in a northerly direction on the said east line Recorder’s Office, also being Lucas County Auditor’s of the west ½ of the southeast ¼ of Section 4 and Tax Parcel 82-01067; the west line of Sylvania Parkside Addition, Lot 1 and Lots 32 through 48 inclusive, to the northwest ContinueS...

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Street to a point that is 178’ easterly of the centerline of right-of-way of Summit Street extended; Thence in a southerly direction on a line drawn parallel with the said centerline of right-of-way of Summit Street extended to the southerly line of the former right-of-way of the Toledo and Western Railway Company;

Thence in a southwesterly direction on the said southerly right-of-way line to a point 454’ northeasterly of and measured on the southerly right-of-way Thence in an easterly direction on the said north line of said parcel to the line from the east line of Main Street; southwest corner of Lot 18 of Colonial Park as recorded in Plat Book Volume 62, Page 46, Lucas County Recorder’s Office, also being the south line of Thence in a southerly direction on a line forming an angle of 76°30’06” with the said southerly right-of-way line of the Toledo and Western Railway Colonial Park; Company as measured from southwest to south to the centerline of Ten Thence in an easterly direction on the said south line of Colonial Park, Lots Mile Creek; 18, 19 and 30, to a point with a line drawn 600’ easterly of, and parallel to, Thence in a northwesterly and westerly direction on the said centerline of the centerline of right-of-way of Summit Street; Ten Mile Creek to the east line of Lot 212 in Block 34 of the Plat of Sylvania Thence in a southerly direction on the said line drawn 600’ easterly of, and (now vacated) as recorded in Plat Book Volume 2B, Page 103, Lucas County parallel to, the centerline of right-of-way of Summit Street to the north line Recorder’s Office; of a parcel of land owned by Ransom Family Corporation, as recorded in Microfiche 93 0526E03, Lucas County Recorder’s Office, also being Lucas Thence in a southerly direction on the said east line of said Lot 212 in Block 34 of the Plat of Sylvania (now vacated) to the south line of said Lot 212 in County Auditor’s Tax Parcel 82-11141; Block 34 of the Plat of Sylvania (now vacated); Thence in a westerly direction on the said north line of said parcel to the northwest corner of said parcel, also being the northeast corner of a parcel Thence in a westerly direction on the said south line of said Lot 212 in Block of land owned by Ransom Family Corporation, as recorded in Microfiche 93 34 of the Plat of Sylvania (now vacated) to the easterly right-of-way line of South Main Street; 0526E03, Lucas County Recorder’s Office, also being Lucas County Auditor’s Tax Parcel 82-11177; Thence in a southerly direction on the said easterly right-of-way line of South Main Street to a line 66’ southerly of, and parallel to, the north line of Lot Thence in a westerly direction on the said north line of said parcel to the 213 in Block 34 of the Plat of Sylvania (now vacated); northwest corner of said parcel; Thence in an easterly direction on the said line 66’ southerly of, and parallel Thence in a southerly direction on a line drawn parallel with the said west line to, the north line of Lot 213 in Block 34 of the Plat of Sylvania (now vacated) of a parcel of land as described in Volume 1362, Page 229, Lucas County to east line of Lot 213 in Block 34 of the Plat of Sylvania (now vacated); Recorder’s Office to the intersection of a line drawn 383.62’ northerly of and parallel with the said centerline of right-of-way of Monroe Street; Thence in a southerly direction on the said east line of Lot 213 in Block 34 of the Plat of Sylvania (now vacated) to the south line of Lot 215 in Block 34 Thence in a westerly direction on said line drawn 383.62’ northerly of and of the Plat of Sylvania (now vacated); parallel with the centerline of right-of-way of Monroe Street to the centerline of the North Branch of Ten Mile Creek; Thence in a westerly direction on the said south line of Lot 215 in Block 34 of the Plat of Sylvania (now vacated) to the intersection of the extended south Thence in a southeasterly direction on the said centerline of North Branch of line of said Lot 215 with the westerly right-of-way line of South Main Street; Ten Mile Creek to the intersection of a line drawn at right angles to the east right-of-way line of said Summit Street; Thence in a southerly direction on the said westerly right-of-way line of South Main Street to the northerly property line of a parcel of land owned by Thence in an easterly direction on said line drawn at right angles to the east Leonard Paul Blair, Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Toledo in America, right-of-way line of Summit Street, a distance of 57.67’ to the intersection of a as recorded in Instrument Number 20040420-0030249, Lucas County line drawn at right angles to the said centerline of right-of-way Monroe Street; Recorder’s Office, also being Lucas County Auditor’s Tax Parcel 82-03795; Thence in a southerly direction on said line drawn at right angles to the Thence in a westerly direction on the said northerly property line to the easterly centerline of right-of-way of Monroe Street, a distance of 71.53’ to a point; property line of a parcel of land owned by Leonard Paul Blair, Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Toledo in America, as recorded in Instrument Thence in an easterly direction on a line making an angle of 87°07’18” Number 20040420-0030249, Lucas County Recorder’s Office, also being (measured from north to east) with the last described line, a distance of Lucas County Auditor’s Tax Parcel 82-04177; 140’ to the intersection of a line drawn at right angles to the said centerline of right-of-way of Monroe Street; Thence in a northerly direction on the said easterly property line to the northerly property line of the said parcel; Thence in a southerly direction on said line drawn at right angles to the centerline of right-of-way line of Monroe Street to a point on the northerly Thence in a westerly direction on the said northerly property line to the right-of-way line of Monroe Street that is 428.33’ from the east right-of-way centerline of right-of-way of a parcel of land owned by the Pennsylvania Lines line of Summit Street; LLC, also being Lucas County Auditor’s Tax Parcel 82-99015; Thence in a southerly direction on said line drawn at right angles to the Thence in a northerly direction on the said centerline of right-of-way to the centerline of right-of-way of Monroe Street to the southerly right-of-way centerline of Ten Mile Creek; line of Monroe Street; Thence in a westerly on the said centerline of Ten Mile Creek to the point Thence in a westerly direction on said southerly right-of-way line of Monroe of beginning. 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LegaL NOTICe ORDINANCE NO. 48-2013 AMENDING COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT AREA NO. 1, DESIGNATING A HOUSING OFFICER, ESTABLISHING A COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT AREA HOUSING COUNCIL; REPEALING RESOLUTION NO. 24-96; AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY. WHEREAS, Resolution No. 15-87, passed September 9, 1987, established and described the boundaries of a Community Reinvestment Area (“CRA”) to be known as Community Reinvestment Area Number 1; and, WHEREAS, Resolution No. 24-96, passed July 1, 1996, directed the Housing Officer of Community Reinvestment Area Number 6 not to accept any new applications for exemptions for this CRA; and, WHEREAS, the Economic Development Subcommittee met on May 24, 2012, June 11, 2012, and July 10, 2012 to review the City’s Community Reinvestment Areas; and, WHEREAS, the Committee of the Whole met on March 4, 2013, April 15, 2013 and June 3, 2013 to review the City’s Community Reinvestment Areas; and, WHEREAS, subsequent to these meetings, the Economic Development Subcommittee recommended that some of the terms for Community Reinvestment Area No. 1 be amended to comply with the new terms for Community Reinvestment Areas 3, 6 and 8; and, WHEREAS, including the new terms for properties within the boundaries of Community Reinvestment Area will serve to encourage economic stability, maintain real property values, promote the public health, safety and general welfare, and generate new employment opportunities; and, WHEREAS, a survey of the housing within the City of Sylvania has been performed; and, WHEREAS, the Council of the City of Sylvania has deemed it necessary to amend the terms of the Community Reinvestment Area. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Sylvania, Lucas County, Ohio, 6 members elected thereto concurring: SECTION 1. That the boundaries and legal description for Community Reinvestment Area No. 1 is described in detail on the attached “Exhibit A” which is incorporated herein by reference. SECTION 2. That Resolution No. 24-96 is hereby repealed and the owner of any real property located in said Community Reinvestment Area Number 1 may file an application with the Housing Officer for an exemption from real property taxation for a new structure or remodeling completed after the effective date of this ordinance. SECTION 3. That said Community Reinvestment Area No. 1 is one in which housing facilities or structures of historical significance are located and new housing and repair of existing facilities or structures are discouraged.

SECTION 5. That Council hereby designated the week for two consecutive weeks immediately along the said centerline of the Ottawa River (Ten Mile Creek) to the intersection of the extension of the east Mayor as Housing Officer for the City of Sylvania. following its adoption. line of Lot 12 in “Hubbard’s Addition”; thence in a SECTION 6. That there is hereby established a SECTION 10. That the Clerk is hereby directed to northerly direction along the extension of the east Community Reinvestment Area Housing Council forward a copy of this Ordinance to the Lucas County line of Lot 12 in “Hubbard’s Addition” and the said for Community Reinvestment Area No. 1. The Auditor and the Ohio Department of Development for east line of Lot 12 in “Hubbard’s Addition” to the Mayor is to appoint two (2) members, the Council information purposes. northerly right-of-way line of said Monroe Street; is to appoint two (2) members, and the Planning thence in an easterly direction along the said northerly Commission is to appoint one (1) member. The SECTION 11. It is hereby found and determined right-of-way line of Monroe Street to the intersection majority of the foregoing members are to appoint that all formal actions of this Council concerning of a line drawing 116.4’ westerly of and parallel with two (2) additional members who shall be residents and relating to the passage of this Ordinance were the east line of a parcel land as described in Volume within the Area. The terms shall be for three years. adopted in an open meeting of this Council, and 1444 Page 402, Lucas County Deed Records; thence An unexpired term resulting from a vacancy in the that all deliberations of this Council and any of its in a northerly direction along said line drawn 116.4’ Council shall be filled in the same manner as the committees that resulted in such formal action, were westerly of and parallel to the east line of a parcel of in meetings open to the public, in compliance with land as described in Volume 1444 Page 402 Lucas initial appointment was made. all legal requirements, including Section 121.22 of County Deed Records to the intersection of a line SECTION 7. The tax exemption shall first apply in the Ohio Revised Code. drawn 343.2’ northerly of and parallel with the said the year following the calendar year in which the northerly right-of-way line of Monroe Street; thence certification is made to the Lucas County Auditor SECTION 12. That the Clerk of Council is hereby in a westerly direction along said line drawn parallel directed to post a copy of this Ordinance in the Office by the Housing Officer pursuant to Section 5 above. with the northerly right-of-way line of Monroe Street If the remodeling qualifies for an exemption under of the Clerk of Council in the Municipal Building to the intersection of a line drawn 24’ westerly of Section 8 below, the dollar amount by which the pursuant to ARTICLE III, Sections 11(c) and 12, of and parallel with the west line of a parcel of land as remodeling increased the market value of the the Charter of this City. described in Volume 1362 Page 229 Lucas County structure shall be exempt from real property taxation. Deed Records; thence in a northerly direction along SECTION 13. That this Ordinance is hereby declared If the construction qualifies for an exemption under said line drawn 24’ westerly of and parallel with the to be an emergency measure necessary for the Section 8 below, the structure shall not be considered west line of a parcel of land as described in Volume an improvement of the land on which it is located for immediate preservation of the public peace, health, 1362 Page 229 Lucas County Deed Records to the safety, property and welfare and for the further the purpose of real property taxation. intersection of a line drawn 433.62’ northerly of and reason that the amendments to the boundaries parallel with the centerline of said Monroe Street; SECTION 8. That the construction of new structures of Community Reinvestment Area will serve to thence in a westerly direction along said line drawn and the remodeling of existing structures within said encourage economic stability, maintain real property 433.62’ northerly of and parallel with the centerline Reinvestment Area are hereby declared to be a public values, promote the public health, safety and general of Monroe Street, a distance of 330’; thence in a purpose for which exemptions from real property welfare, and generate new employment opportunities southerly direction along a line drawn parallel with the and therefore should be effective immediately. taxation are granted for the following periods: Provided this Ordinance receives the affirmative A. For remodeling or construction of new vote of five (5) or more members elected to Council, dwellings containing not more than two family it shall take effect and be in force immediately upon units and upon which cost of remodeling is its passage and approval by the Mayor; otherwise, Three Thousand Dollars ($3,000.00) or more, it shall take effect and be in force thirty (30) days a period of not more than fifteen (15) years and after it is approved by the Mayor or as otherwise the abatement may be 100% of the increase provided by the Charter. in property tax valuation as a result of the Vote dispensing with the second and third readings: remodeling or construction. Yeas 6 Nays 0 B. For remodeling or construction of new dwellings containing more than two family Passed June 17, 2013, as an emergency issue. units and upon which cost of remodeling is Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00) or more, a period of not more than fifteen (15) years and Exhibit “A” the abatement may be 100% of the increase Description of Boundaries of Community in property tax valuation as a result of the Reinvestment Area Number 1. remodeling or construction. C. For remodeling or construction of new commercial structures, a period of not more than ten (10) years and the abatement may be 100% of the increase in property tax valuation as a result of the remodeling or construction. D. For remodeling or construction of new mixed use structures, a period of not more than fifteen (15) years and the abatement may be 100% of the increase in property tax valuation as a result of the remodeling or construction.

SECTION 4. That within the above-described Any project currently under construction in Community Reinvestment Area tax exemptions for Community Reinvestment Area No. 1 at the improvements to real property as described in Ohio time of the passage of this ordinance may Revised Code Section 3735.67 will be granted. For receive exemption based on the terms as the construction of every dwelling, or commercial or amended above. industrial structure located in said area as provided in Ohio Revised Code Section 3735.67(C), an SECTION 9. That the Clerk is hereby directed to exemption will be granted for up to fifteen years as publish this ordinance in a newspaper of general set forth below. circulation in the municipal corporation once a

A parcel of land being part of the Northwest ¼ of Section 10, Town 9 South, Range 6 East in the City of Sylvania, Lucas County, Ohio, being bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the southerly line of Monroe Street (66’ wide) which is 178’ easterly of the centerline of Summit Street extended; thence in a southerly direction along a line drawn parallel with the said centerline of Summit Street extended, to the southerly line of the former right-of-way of the Toledo and Western Railway Company; thence southwesterly along the said southerly right-of-way line to a point 454’ northeasterly of and measured along the southerly right-of-way line from the east line of Main Street; thence southerly along a line forming an angle of 76°30’06” with the said southerly right-of-way line of the Toledo and Western Railway Company as measured from southwest to south to the centerline of the Ottawa River (Ten Mile Creek), as it now exists; thence in a easterly direction

said west line of a parcel of land described in Volume 1362 Page 229 Lucas County Deed Records to the intersection of a line drawn 383.62’ northerly of and parallel with the said centerline of Monroe Street; thence in a westerly direction along said line drawn 383.62’ northerly of and parallel with the centerline of Monroe Street to the centerline line of the North Branch of Ten Mile Creek; thence in a southeasterly direction along the said centerline of the North Branch of Ten Mile Creek to the intersection of a line drawn at right angles to the east right-of-way line of said Summit Street; thence in an easterly direction along said line drawn at right angles to the east right-ofway line of Summit Street, a distance of 57.67’ to the intersection of a line drawn at right angles to the said centerline of Monroe Street; thence in a southerly direction along said line drawn at right angles to the centerline of Monroe Street, a distance of 71.53’ to a point; thence in an easterly direction along a line making an angle of 87°07’18” (measured from north to east) with the last described line, a distance of 140’ to the intersection of a line drawn at right angles to the centerline of Monroe Street; thence in a southerly direction along said line drawn at right angles to the centerline of Monroe Street to a point on the northerly right-of-way line of Monroe Street that is 428.33’ from the east right-of-way line of Summit Street; thence continuing in a southerly direction along said line drawn at right angles to the centerline of Monroe Street to the said southerly right-of-way line of Monroe Street; thence in a westerly direction along the said southerly right-of-way line of Monroe Street to the point of beginning.

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