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Published: 1/27/2014 - Updated: 7 months ago


Ribbon-cutting of new Maumee services building

The City of Maumee holds a ribbon cutting and dedication for the new Service Department vehicle storage and office building in Maumee, Saturday, Jan. 25, 2014. Members of the city council, past and present mayors, employees and others attend the event. The building will house employees and equipment used by the Construction Division, Natural Resources Division, and the Operation Division. It is 52,645 square feet, with garage space, mens' and womens' locker rooms, office space and a vehicle wash bay. It took nine months for the building to be built, after many years of planning. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

Exterior of the new Maumee service department building. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Exterior of the new Maumee service department building.
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Howard Brebberman, commissioner of public service, left, talking about the new services building with Dave Ronau, center, and Bill Knoblauch, both of Maumee. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Howard Brebberman, commissioner of public service, left, talking about the new services building with Dave Ronau, center, and Bill Knoblauch,...
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The vehicle wash bay with the garage, rear, in the new Service Department Vehicle Storage building. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The vehicle wash bay with the garage, rear, in the new Service Department Vehicle Storage building.
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Emma Hayes, 4, during the ribbon-cutting ceremony. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Emma Hayes, 4, during the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
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Maumee city council member Timothy Pauken near the dedication plaque for the building new Service Department Vehicle Storage with Office Space building. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Maumee city council member Timothy Pauken near the dedication plaque for the building new Service Department Vehicle Storage with Office ...
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Exterior of the Maumee service department's new building. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Exterior of the Maumee service department's new building.
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Maumee mayor Richard H. Carr, left, with members of city council, past and present, at right, at the ribbon-cutting ceremony. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Maumee mayor Richard H. Carr, left, with members of city council, past and present, at right, at the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
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Maumee mayor Richard H. Carr, Emma Hayes, 4, and Joseph R. Camp, director of public service for the city, prepare to cut the ribbon to open the new services building. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Maumee mayor Richard H. Carr, Emma Hayes, 4, and Joseph R. Camp, director of public service for the city, prepare ...
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Participants in the ribbon cutting, Maumee mayor Richard H. Carr, Emma Hayes, 4, and Joseph R. Camp, director of public service for the city, and council members after the ribbon is cut.  Enlarge | Buy This Photo Participants in the ribbon cutting, Maumee mayor Richard H. Carr, Emma Hayes, 4, and Joseph R. Camp, director of public ...
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Emma Hayes, 4, left, and her sister Alexa Hayes, 2, during the ceremony. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Emma Hayes, 4, left, and her sister Alexa Hayes, 2, during the ceremony.
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Garret Camp, 15, of Maumee, and his mother Cathi Camp, with former Maumee Mayor Timothy Wagener. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Garret Camp, 15, of Maumee, and his mother Cathi Camp, with former Maumee Mayor Timothy Wagener.
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Maumee Director of Public Works Joseph R. Camp. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Maumee Director of Public Works Joseph R. Camp.
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Raising the flag for the new Maumee services building is Max Miles, 7, of Bowling Green, center. With him are his father Matt Miles, a public service supervisor, left, and, holding him, is Alan Taraschke, also a supervisor. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Raising the flag for the new Maumee services building is Max Miles, 7, of Bowling Green, center. With him are ...
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