Voters asked to support Lakewood levy renewal

Editor: On Tuesday, Nov. 7, residents of Lakewood Local Schools will have the opportunity to renew our current emergency operating levy. Passing the renewal levy maintains current district operations, allowing the district to pay for things like salaries, utilities, maintenance and existing programming. This will allow our students to continue to have the same great staff and programs offered today. […]

Wells asks voters to support fire, street levies

Editor: Wells for a better Buckeye Lake! We need significant improvement NOW! I’ve outlined a very ambitious agenda and will not delay in making progress beginning January 1. If you are satisfied with the state of our village, I am not your candidate. Your elected officials should be serving YOU. Today you’re greeted at the village office with reserved parking […]

Cochran asks voters for support

To the Residents of Walnut Township, Representation is the foundation of our form of government and it is vital that our individual voices are heard by our trustees and then represented. This is my reason for seeking office as “Your Trustee” to assure that all our people, all our neighborhoods and all our communities are heard. My campaign slogan “Every […]

More support for Rick Cochran

Editor: I am writing in support of Rick Cochran. I am not going to be negative towards the others that are running. That gets us nowhere! Totally frustrated with politics! Rick is trying to represent everyone in the Walnut Township area. Yes, he may be new, running for a position for Walnut Township but, sometimes change is good. Not talking […]

Marietta supported for Hebron Village Council

Dear Hebron Residents, I am writing in support of Thomas Marietta for Hebron’s Village Council. Mr. Marietta has served on Village Council for the past four years and has been a resident of Hebron for 42 years. He understands what the village needs to continue to be a great place to live. Mr. Marietta has not taken his council job […]

More support for Doug Leith

Editor: I am writing to ask Walnut Township voters to re-elect one of our terrific Trustees. Please vote for Doug Leith in this election. I have known him for several years and appreciate him serving as a Trustee. He is very adamant about serving the entire township and possesses the sound thinking we need. Since I work night hours and […]

More support for Doug Leith

Editor: I would like to take this opportunity to express my support for the re-election of Doug Leith as Walnut Township Trustee. I have had the occasion to discuss a few issues with him over the last couple of years. I am pleased that he listened and found ways to address these issues in a very professional and caring way. […]

More support for Lakewood levy

Editor: On Tuesday, Nov. 7, Lakewood Local Schools is asking voters to support an emergency renewal levy that maintains current district operations, including utilities, maintenance and salaries. These resources deliver the great staff and programs that help students achieve. The 4.9-mill levy would collect $2.3 million over five years. If passed, the renewal levy would not increase taxes. The average […]

Millersport to build a new home to help attract families

MILLERSPORT – Village officials are moving ahead with their plans to attract more families with children to the aging village. Mayor Gary Matheny, Village Administrator Vince Popo and some council members have been expressing concerns for some time about the increasing proportion of rental units and the lack of affordable family housing within the village. After determining there were no […]

Things to do…

Events Dawes Arboretum – Ohio 13, three miles north of I-70. Creatures of the Night Halloween Walk – 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Friday, October 27. Cost: Non-members – $7; Members – $5. Celebrate Halloween with this family-friendly night hike. We will travel around the grounds in search of Ohio’s most notorious nocturnal animals, so come ready for excitement […]