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Tiffin man sentenced to community control

A Tiffin man was sentenced to community control during a hearing in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael Kelbley’s courtroom.

Jonathan A. Nahm, 34, had pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated trafficking in drugs, both fourth-degree felonies.

Kelbley sentenced Nahm to three years of community control and granted credit for six days served in Seneca County Jail, according to court records.

Nahm must undergo counseling, substance abuse rehabilitation and/or treatment as determined necessary.

He also must be evaluated and complete a mental health and substance abuse rehabilitation program through Rigel Recovery Services and undergo random drug and/or alcohol urinalysis as directed by Adult Parole Authority, court records state.

Nahm must pay a $149 fine.

Regional Planning plans special meeting Tuesday

Seneca Regional Planning Commission is to meet at 5 p.m. Tuesday at the office, 71 S. Washington St., Suite 1104, to consider a supplemental appropriation to contract service budget line and to review and make recommendations for two zoning request changes.

Board of Elections to meet Thursday

Seneca County Board of Elections is to meet at 6 p.m. Thursday at Empire 138 restaurant for the purpose of fellowship.

The board is also to meet at noon Feb. 10 at the board office, 71 S. Washington St., Suite 1101, for an election update, to allocate voting equipment and for any other business that comes before the board.

Auditor reminds dog owners to buy licenses

Seneca County Auditor Julie Adkins reminds dog owners the deadline to purchase dog licenses is Friday.

They can be purchased 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at the Seneca County Auditor’s Office, 109 S. Washington St., Suite 2206, or online at www.senecacountyauditor.org.

Licenses for kennels only may be purchased at the office, purchasers of a kennel license may be subject to inspection by the Seneca County dog warden. Fee for kennel licenses is $75.

Dog owners have the option of purchasing one-year, three-year or permanent licenses at cost of $15, $45 or $150 respectively. Multi-year licenses only can be purchased at the office.

Adkins said owners should be aware the three-year and permanent licenses are not refundable in the event of an animal’s death or if the dog is transferred to a new owner.

She said dog licenses are required by state law and may ensure a pet is returned if it becomes lost.

TCS board to meet

The Tiffin City Board of Education is to meet at 6 p.m. Jan. 28 at Tiffin Middle School, 103 Shepherd Drive.

T-SPL to talk ‘Wrongful Convictions’

The Tiffin-Seneca Public Library’s discussion series “T-SPL Talks: Wrongful Convictions” will take place at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 28 in the Frost Kalnow Room of the library, 77 Jefferson St.

Steven Hurwitz, professor of psychology and criminal justice at Tiffin University, will discuss topics related to the criminal justice system including false confessions, reliability of eyewitness identification, and cognitive biases. Hurwitz will also share information about TU’s chapter of the Ohio Innocence Project.

For more information, call the library at (419) 447-3751 or go to the online calendar at www.tiffinsenecalibrary.org.

Heidelberg women’s soccer to host camp

Heidelberg Women’s soccer program partnered with the YMCA will begin their Juniors Soccer Camp on Jan. 26.

It is a fun, exciting introduction to the game of soccer. Coaches will be teaching all the basics of the game using a fun and energetic approach that has been designed for working with ages 4 – 14 years old.

Throughout the eight weeks, the sessions will be divided by age groups to ensure kids are working with similar skill level players.

The camp is divided into five age groups.

The cost is $30 for level 1 and $45 for level 2-5.

To register, visit www.nssoccercamps.com or call (567)712-5718 for more information.

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