Specifically, I-275/23 north and southbound. If you have traveled along this corridor recently, you know about the lane shifting. Current work is happening on the eastbound lanes so traffic is moved to share the current southbound lanes. All this work is to give us three lanes north and south. There will also be a diverging … More ODOT and the Life on the Highway
If you have a lover of history and old houses in the Maumee area, there are several books by local authors that make perfect holiday gifts. “Lights Along the River: Landmark Architecture of the Maumee River Valley” by Lee Comer and Ted Ligibel features many prominent homes and their histories. The authors move up the … More This Old House
According to GivingTuesday.org, Giving Tuesday was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that encourages people to do good. The idea was born and incubated at the 92nd Street Y and its Belfer Center for Innovation & Social Impact in New York City. GivingTuesday is now an independent nonprofit and a global movement … More GivingTuesday is November 29, 2022
If you follow my blog and want to receive real estate news and advice, email me at email@example.com and I will place you on the email list. I have an extensive list of clients, friends and neighbors who receive the newsletter each month and enjoy reading about the latest trends in real estate and staging … More My Online Newsletter
I have ordered the calendars so many of you receive in December from me. This has been a traditional for me for many years. In fact, I have several clients and Maumee downtown dwellers who call just to make sure they are on the list! The calendar is magnetized so it will stay on your … More Holiday Greetings
This annual event has moved to The Premier, the banquet hall across the street from the Stranahan Theater on Heatherdowns Blvd. The date is Sunday, Oct. 23 from 8:30 am-4:30 pm. Admission is just $5. There will be astrologers, psychics, mediums, tarot, clairvoyants, and more. For a 15-minute session, the cost is $25. Just a … More Janet Amid’s Psychic Fair
One of our family’s favorite places to purchase fresh produce is Stevens Gardens at the corner of Monclova Road and Weckerly. Bi-color corn, green beans and personal-size muskmelon are freshly picked and delicious. They also have baskets full of beautiful tomatoes and peaches as well as cucumbers and zucchini. And, in the fall, there will … More Fresh from the farm
The roundabout at Weckerly and Monclova near Stevens’ Farm is now open. Progress continues in uptown Maumee with concrete poured for sidewalks. If you drive north on 475/23, you will notice there is not much bridge left where Garden Road passes over the highway. Reconstruction of the roadway is underway now. I suspect it is … More Pavement News
Maumee residents can drop off grass clippings, and tree trunks, stumps, branches and leaves to Ohio Compost, 10839 Sager Road, (St. Rt. 20). I know my parents have taken yard branches they have pruned from their bushes as well as their fall leaves to the yard waste recycling facility. The entrance is manned and proof … More Got yard clippings, branches??
Download the ODOT app called OHGO. It will give you real time traffic and road status to keep you on the go and on time! I use this app often before I head out to show or list a house so I arrive on time to meet my clients. Visit the Ohio Department of Transportation … More Road construction got you down … and running late?