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Wapakoneta proudly announces that Police Chief Russel L Hunlock has graduated from the 14-month Certified Law Enforcement Executive (CLEE) program. The graduation ceremonies on February 13th celebrated the completion of study in a unique course co-sponsored by the Law Enforcement Foundation, Inc. and the Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police. The instructors include noted faculty members at universities across the Midwest and consultants to business and industry.
Participants were selected for the program by meeting set standards in experience, formal and continuing education, as well as professional-related experience. For more than a year, they received instruction in modules concerned with ethics; change management; interpersonal skills; vision, mission and guiding principles; strategic planning; external environmental management; and resource allocation and budgeting. Graduates of CLEE have demonstrated their mastery of these modules through written examinations and papers.
The Certified Law Enforcement Executive Program promotes professional development, benefiting not only the individual but also the agencies, in which they work and practice, and their communities. It is designed to elevate the standards of excellence for law enforcement executives. Individuals interested in participating in future CLEE programs can access application information from the Law Enforcement Foundation website at www.lef-oh.org.
The City of Wapakoneta would like to invite Downtown Business Owners and Tenants to attend an informal meeting about the proposed River Scape Project. This meeting will take place on April 22, 2015 from 6:30 – 7:30 at Council Chambers located at 701 Parlette Court. We request that you attend this meeting and bring your top 3 “wish list” ideas for improvements behind downtown and along the river.
This information is being gathered for an application to apply for a grant called the Transportation Alternative Program (TAP) funded by the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT).
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) has created a website that allows residents to do "apples to apples" comparisons of utilities prices.