FREMONT - Newly appointed Sandusky County Engineer Carlos Baez came to Fremont in 1994 from Colombia as an exchange student at Ross High School, and developed his love for engineering. After graduating from the University of Toledo and working as a civil engineer for the City of Oregon, he came back to his home away from home to join the Sandusky County Engineer's Office in 2010 with the goal of becoming the county's engineer.
Columbus, Ohio – The County Engineers Association of Ohio (CEAO) is currently accepting applications for its scholarship program. Applicants should be Civil Engineering and/or Surveying students attending school in the State of Ohio. Scholarships will be awarded to Civil Engineering and Surveying students at the Junior and Senior level of a Bachelors program and to current county employees who are interested in working toward their dual registration. Applications should be submitted directly to the CEAO office; selections will be made by the CEAO Scholarship Committee.
Completed applications are due by June 14, 2019. Applications and official transcripts must be mailed to the CEAO office at 6500 Busch Blvd., Suite 100, Columbus, OH 43229.
Bob Geyer said he made one promise when he was elected as the Greene County engineer in 1996. “I will leave the county in better shape than I found it. And I think I accomplished that,” said Geyer. He announced this week that he will retire in May.
The Ottawa County Engineer’s Office is accepting applications and resumes through May 17, 2019 for the position of Deputy Drainage Engineer.
View the job description listing the requirements and duties of the position.
Highland County commissioners on Wednesday approved Chris Fauber as the new county engineer, replacing longtime engineer Dean Otworth, who resigned last month to take a job at the Ohio Department of Transportation. Commissioner Jeff Duncan said Fauber, who was the deputy engineer until Wednesday’s vote, will fill the seat until the Highland County Republican Central Committee officially appoints someone.
Ohio drivers will pay an additional 10.5 cents per gallon in gas tax and, starting next summer, will no longer need a front license plate under a two-year transportation budget that got final legislative approval on Tuesday, April 2.