It has been a pleasure to server as Jefferson Township trustee for the past 28 years. While in office, my focus was on providing quality township services while keeping government small and taxes low.
As the lone conservative in the Ohio House District 24 race for state representative, I am sadly the only candidate opposed to Washington's Common Core standards, and in support of House Bill 237 to ban Common Core from Ohio education.
The upcoming May 6 Republican primary is of crucial importance to the future of Delaware County. I urge you to get out and vote for Barb Lewis as I am doing.
The Southwest Licking administration and persons on the bond committee feel the need to put their hands in your pocket to advance their selfish goals.
Mike Fox is the person Licking County needs for county commissioner.
The Hilliard Area Chamber of Commerce endorses Issue 20, the levy for fire and EMS coverage for Brown Township, which will be on the May 6 ballot.
The proposed Jefferson Township-Gahanna joint economic development zone is a farce.
I would like to go on record as endorsing Pat Manley as the Republican candidate for state representative for House District 24.
I am writing in support of Pat Manley for state representative of District 24.
One of the primary reasons Pat Manley entered the race for state representative is because he is opposed to Ohio's implementation of Common Core, a set of untested education standards adopted by Ohio, but written by outside special interests, that has forced Ohio school districts to rewrite curriculum.
Truro Township trustee Barbara Strussion has said additional tax revenue is needed to cover current operating expenses.
When I first learned that we would be voting in May to renew the Columbus Zoo's property-tax levy, I thought, OK, I'll do that. I love the zoo and I can afford the current 10-year-levy which ends in 2015.
Ohio's Sunshine Laws serve two purposes. First, they give equal power to each member of public boards and commissions by preventing discussion of the public's business privately between board members, to the exclusion of other members.
It's rare in life that you get a second chance.
Here are my $40 million worth of reasons not to vote for the Southwest Licking bond issue.
As a young woman fast approaching womanhood, who has always taken an avid interest in the press and journalism, it deeply troubled me to learn that women are still passed over by most major publications.
There are several things that upset me, as a Franklin County resident, when asked to consider Issue 6 on the ballot May 6.
Please vote for the bond issue for the Southwest Licking schools.
Brown Township's EMS and fire levy will appear on the May 6 ballot as Issue 20.
While researching the various candidates who have announced an intention of running for Licking County commissioner, I believe Mike Fox is the candidate best suited to serve western Licking County's interests.
As the end of another school year approaches, I think to myself how fast time goes by every year.
If you want safe biking, drive your bikes to Columbus or Dublin.
As a trustee and 22-year resident of Jefferson Township, nothing is more important to me than protecting the natural beauty and rural character of our community.
For more than 20 years, Fifth Third Bank has celebrated its own holiday -- Fifth Third Day.
Proponents of the permanent zoo levy have overstepped the bounds of reality.
Our schools are a great source of pride in the community. We have outstanding and caring staff focused on preparing every student for a successful future.
A renewal levy is coming soon for Northridge Local Schools, and support is needed.
In order to build a pet project at the expense of residents, Orange Township trustees reached into taxpayer wallets for the sum of $270,250. For what?
While I think zoos and other attractions are important and can enhance a city, this funding needs to come from some other source.