|Ottoville track to get facelift|
|Friday, November 23, 2012 3:47 PM|
Star Trac was the successful bidder out of seven, including Pro Track and Tennis, $105,401; Hellas Equip Tracks, $91,000; Benynon, $89,310; Goddard Coatings, $68,900; Track Surfaces CO., $66,900; and All American Track Corp., $57,687.
Star Trac resurfaced the tennis courts at the White House when President George H.W. Bush was in office.
Treasurer Bob Weber reported health insurance quotes for 2013 are the same as in the past several years and dental quotes came in slightly higher.
Weber also reported the recently-completed volleyball tournament hosted by the Big Green raised $1,200 and the girls soccer tournament raised $1,000. The money will be deposited in the Athletic Fund.
Industrial Arts instructor James Hoersten has indicated his desire to retire and be rehired by the district in the same capacity. A notice has been posted in a local newspaper and a hearing will be held at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 20. Hoersten currently shares time between Ottoville and Fort Jennings, with Jennings picking up a portion of his salary and benefits. If he is rehired, the arrangement will remain the same.
The following athletes received post-season honors and were acknowledged by the school board:
District Soccer Honors (girls)
District Soccer Honors