Table of
Report on TMACOG General Assembly
Ottawa River Dredging is Underway
TIP Report
Transportation Summit 2010
Legislative Agenda
2035 Transportaion Plan- 2011 Update
ODOT Grants Available
Utilities Workshop for Small Communities
New Portage River Sampling Facility
Ohio EPA to Certify 208 Plan
TMACOG Orientation and Update

Member Highlight:
Village of Walbridge

Census 2010

February 2010
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2010 General Assembly Focused on a Bootstrap Economy:
TMACOG members are in general agreement that we can’t expect an over-extended federal or state government to bail us out of our problems .... more

Sibley Creek/Ottawa River Dredging Underway
After more than two decades of studies, reviews, and testing, sediment that has long been known to be seriously contaminated is finally being removed from the Ottawa River and Sibley Creek. .... more

The TIP: Report on Federal Fund Obligations
See the linked spreadsheet for a list of the TMACOG and ODOT federal fund obligated projects programmed through TMACOG’s Transportation Improvement Program (the TIP) in fiscal year 2009. The spreadsheet lists roadway and transit projects, and planning programs managed by TMACOG. For more information, contact Kent Gardam, 419.241.9155 ext. 116.

Transportation Summit March 19, 2010
Transportation has been a hot topic in the TMACOG region lately. With federal stimulus dollars coming to the region, projects are developing quickly and local organizations need to be informed and prepared....more

Transportation Legislative Agenda
The Transportation Council of TMACOG and a coalition of partners have completed a document that spells out regional consensus on critical transportation issues ...more

2035 Plan - 2011 Update Underway
“On the Move: 2007-2035 Transportation Plan” became the region’s official transportation plan on July 1, 2007. In 2010, TMACOG and its partners will be reviewing the plan, checking progress, and asking if we need to make any changes ....more

Small Cities, Enhancement, and Bridge Grants Available from ODOT
The Ohio Department of Transportation is now accepting applications for three separate programs. Many Ohio municipalities in the TMACOG region are eligible for one or more of these grants ....more


Management of Water Utilities - Seminar for Local Officials
Mayors, clerks, board of public affairs members, council members, and administrators in villages and smaller communities are invited to a one-day seminar to learn about their responsibilities and resources for supplying safe drinking water and for wastewater treatment...more

New Sampling Station on the Portage
The National Center for Water Quality Research at Heidelberg College is building and installing a new water sampling station in the Village of Woodville ...more

Ohio EPA to Certify Regional 208 Plan
Northwest Ohio communities that are part of the Areawide Water Quality Management Plan (the 208 Plan) completed a thorough revision of the plan in 2008. That plan was approved by the TMACOG Board of Trustees. Now the Ohio EPA is on target to certify it. When a region’s 208 Plan is certified, the director of the Ohio EPA cannot legally approve a permit for sewers or treatment facilities that are in conflict with it. The 208 Plan is continually revised as communities grow or invest in facilities to attract industry. The next update is well underway.

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TMACOG Orientation & Update

You’re invited to a TMACOG Scramble, Thursday, February 11, 4-6 p.m. Newly elected officials, council and committee members, and all members of TMACOG are invited to learn more about what TMACOG can do for you at a casual but informative event...more

Member Highlight
Village of Walbridge

The Village of Walbridge in northeast Wood County has a population of about 3,000. Transportation resources are an important part of the village’s success

Push is on for 2010 Census

The 2010 Census forms will arrive in household mailboxes March 15-17. The U.S. Census Bureau is asking elected officials and other community leaders to encourage constituents to fill out the form and return it promptly. The Census is only 10 questions long, and should only take about 10 minutes to fill out...more

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Professional Development Day
Saturday, March 13
Owens Community College

Transportation Summit
Friday, March 19
9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Grand Lobby of the Dr. Martin
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National Train Day Toledo
Saturday, May 1
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