Cameron Saliga

Meteorologist

Bio

Hello! My name is Cameron Saliga, from Middlefield, Ohio, a short distance from Cleveland. I recently graduated from Ohio University in May of 2019 with my Bachelors of Science in Meteorology.

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The commissioners met with those that they contract this afternoon to continue a discussion on how the dispatch and dispatchers will be funded. The commissioners were looking for input from townships on how they think the services should be funded and presented a new formula on how to pay for it by proportioning out the amount of labor they use to fund the dispatcher office.

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Council voted to approve a measure that would allow the mayor to execute all appropriate documents for the city to participate in the proposed settlement for Ohio with Johnson and Johnson and other distributors regarding the opioid crisis. The agreement was reached earlier this year around the nation and will see just over $800 million in aid here in Ohio.

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The City of Lima Public Works Department is gearing up for this year’s leaf pickup program that began this week. Residents of the first, fourth, fifth, and sixth wards are asked to begin raking and piling leaves to the curb lawn and not on the street.

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Giving Tuesday is a movement the Tuesday after Thanksgiving where people in are encouraged to do good and donate to charities in their own area. The Salvation Army is one group that are reaping rewards in the campaign as they start to ramp up donation efforts ahead of the holiday season.

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The Walter C Potts Entrepreneur Center in partnership with Rhodes State College and the Lima Area Chamber Foundation hosted the event at the Meeting Place on Market. There were two categories of small businesses where they would present their business plan in front of judges and answer questions from them. 

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Councilor Glenn along with community organizers held a press conference at Fresh N Faded barbershop where they called on the community to support the Lima Homeless Coalition. The coalition is looking to receive donations and go out into areas where there are homeless communities and pass out hygiene products as well as items to get them through the winter such as bedding and clothing. The efforts are a part of the coalitions messaging of helping homeless people receive support, housing, and counseling.

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Carla Thompson failed to receive enough certified signatures when she filed her petition to run again for the seat, but was the only one to file a petition to be on the ballot, which means that council has to appoint someone to the seat when it is vacant on January 1st of the new year. A majority of councilors voiced support for keeping Thompson in the seat saying that she was the only one who filed and put the work in to go out into the community and get signatures to run for office.

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The Utilities Committee met Monday evening to discuss an increase in sanitary sewer and refuse rates. The city has seen an increase in the prices of products that are needed to keep the water clean, especially chemicals, and have received an increase of $5 per customer per month for refuse service. They have proposed an increase in refuse rates over the next 3 years of $1.75 per month the first year, another $1.75 per month the second year, and a $1.50 per month increase in the final year. They have also proposed a 3% sewer rate increase and a $1 a month increase on the EPA fee for the next 3 years.

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The Kenton Lions’ Club Christmas Parade was held in downtown Kenton Tuesday evening. The event had to be canceled last year due to the pandemic, but this year it was back in action.

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