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February 10-23, 2019 www.columbusmessenger.com Vol. XXXVI, No. 17

Busy intersection

to be reconstructed

By Rick Palsgrove

Southeast Editor

Grant funding has been obtained for the reconstruction of a

major intersection on the western border of Groveport.

The Ohio Public Works Commission awarded $1.67 million to

the Franklin County Engineer’s Office towards the $3.89 million

total cost of the Alum Creek Drive/Rohr Road intersection reconstruction

project.

“The Franklin County Engineer will provide about $1.67 million

for the project and will also repay a loan of $425,000,” said

Bevan Schneck of the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission.

“The city of Groveport will contribute $404,000 or 10 percent of the

project cost, whichever is less. Columbus and Obetz are not contributing

funds to the project.”

The city of Groveport borders the east side of the intersection

while Obetz borders the northwest and Columbus the southwest.

Groveport City Administrator Marsha Hall said the project

includes: adding a new right-turn only lane on the Alum Creek

Drive south leg; adding a second left-turn only lane on the Alum

Creek Drive north leg; no change to the Rohr Road west leg; and

adding a second right-turn only lane and a second receiver lane,

which extends to the east overlapping the tapers for a turn lane

at Port Road (full three lanes to Port Road) on the Rohr Road east

leg.

Hall said the project is expected to begin on March 1, 2020 and

be completed by Sept. 1, 2020.

She said the reconstruction is designed to improve safety at the

intersection.

“This intersection ranks high on Franklin County’s High Crash

Priority List for 2017,” said Hall.

Schneck said the intersection is important for several reasons.

“Alum Creek Drive in this area serves as a significant freight

corridor, with over 30 percent of the traffic being trucks,” said

Schneck. “There has been rapid traffic growth in recent years, primarily

because of new warehouses coming online. The application

scored third-highest in reducing crashes.”

The grant funding awarded for this project was part of more

than $28 million awarded that was awarded to 11 local communities

in Franklin County with 14 projects receiving OPWC funding.

OPWC funding provides financial assistance to communities for

the improvement of

basic infrastructure

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Members of the Groveport Madison Area Community Choir practice a kick line at a recent rehearsal.

Come along on a musical road trip

By Rick Palsgrove

Southeast Editor

Take a musical trip across America with the

Groveport Madison Area Community Choir during

their upcoming performance of “That’s

Entertainment: The Great American Road Trip.”

“It’s our fifth annual stage show and we thought

it would be fun to present a show that includes country,

Broadway, Vegas, Motown, and rock n’ roll

music,” said Director Terri Christensen. “There’s a

little bit of everything for everybody in this show.

The show is weaved together with some members of

our choir posing as hoboes geographically riding the

rails across the country. The hoboes provide the link

to each music and dancing section of the show.”

Christensen said this year’s show will feature

more dancing than in past years.

“There will be tap dancing, kick lines, line dancing,

jazz dance, and more,” said Christensen. “It’s a

traditional stage show where people can come to see

what we have up our sleeve this year and see what

their friends and neighbors will be performing.”

Christensen said “something special” is planned

for this year’s show.

“This past year a lot of people in our group have

lost family and friends,” said Christensen. “So we’ll

have a special tribute to those we have lost.”

“That’s Entertainment: The Great American Road

Terri Christensen (left) directs members of the

Groveport Madison Area Community Choir during

a recent rehearsal.

Trip,” will be held at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Feb. 23 at

Groveport Madison High School, 4475 S. Hamilton

Road, Groveport. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5

for kids age 12 and under. A portion of the proceeds

go to the Center for Groveport Madison Human

Needs and a portion goes to fund the Groveport

Madison Area Community Choir.

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Remembering Columbus Motor Speedway

By Rick Palsgrove

Southeast Editor

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Westside • Southwest • Eastside • Southeast • Madison

The roar and blur of fast race cars speeding around the track at

the Columbus Motor Speedway were once familiar sites and

sounds on the south end of Columbus.

From 1946 to 2016 the speedway, with its one-third mile track,

operated just south of Williams Road near Obetz. For much of its

history it was led by the Nuckles family and was home to a variety

of motorsports races including motorcycles, coupes, and stock cars.

It also offered stock car shows, school bus races, and thrill shows.

After the speedway ceased operations, the village of Obetz purchased

the site which has since become Fortress Obetz, an athletic

and concert facility.

Columbus resident and racing historian Mike Garrepy has captured

the history of the race track in his new book, “Columbus

Motor Speedway,” published by Arcadia Publishing. The book contains

127 pages of photos and text on the history of the track.

The book shows how the models and styles of racing vehicles

changed over the decades of Columbus Motor Speedway’s operation

from home built vehicles to modern custom built race cars.

Also of note is how, as time wore on, the speed and power of the

vehicles increased and how the level of safety gear worn by the

drivers evolved.

I interviewed Garrepy about his book:

Why did you decide to write the book and

why are you interested in the Columbus Motor

Speedway?

Mike Garrepy: “The reason for the book is

simple: to preserve the history of the track

in written and pictorial form and to provide

a place where fans and drivers could return

to recall some of the great times each had.

Not to make it all syrupy, but for many drivers

race nights made them something special,

especially if they won. Come Monday

morning they went back to body shops,

garages, driving trucks, building roads or

whatever, but on race night they were the

star of the show. I hope I preserve that in

some way.”

What set the Columbus Motor Speedway

apart and made it special compared with other

race tracks?

MG: “It wasn’t just one thing, but rather

a combination of things. First, if a fan wanted

to see racing on asphalt in the Columbus

area, Columbus Speedway was the only

option unless they wanted to travel. The

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Nuckles family did not exploit this. They

kept the facility clean and fresh looking

with repairs and paint as needed. They

invested heavily in new buildings with flush

toilets and concession stands. Repairs were

made quickly. The grass was cut prior to

race night, the shrubs clipped, the PA system

worked and an extensive lighting system

was installed. In later years the pit

area was paved — not something all tracks

have. They promoted upcoming events

heavily to build excitement. They kept

admission prices reasonable and generally

finished around 10 p.m., which means the

younger fans would still stay awake. These

are all things many other tracks either

missed or ignored.”

Do you have a favorite car and driver who

competed there? Why are they your favorite?

MG: “If I had to name a driver as a

favorite, it would be the late Dale Pyle. In

his last months of his life earlier this year, I

spent every Thursday afternoon for three

months with him as morphine was injected

Photos courtesy of Arcadia Publishing

Reynoldsburg resident Chuck Engle has a tough go of it as he

loses the left front wheel and tire, hub, and brake drum from his

super in a photo from Columbus Motor Speedway in 1962.

(Midwest Racing Photo.)

Billy Stickel (shown here at Columbus Motor Speedway in 1984)

and Darryl Hoosier were co-owners of this Chevelle and were

team drivers. (Photo by Dale Pyle.)

to ward off the pain of his cancer.

His insight and understanding of

racing and a driver’s mentality

allowed me to see the sport in a

different light. It was as if he cowrote

the book.”

Why do you think the speedway

thrived for so long?

MG: “Because the Nuckles

family understood that racing,

especially on a local level, was

and is an ‘event.’ It is entertainment

for the folks who toil in the

work-a-day world and are looking

for something to take their minds

off Monday morning.”

What are your thoughts about

the demise of the speedway and what has been lost to the community

now that it is gone?

MG: “It is sad on so many levels. Besides cars going around in

a circle, racing is also a social event. When a track closes folks lose

contact with the friends who they have parked next to or sat next

to for many years. Many people I have interviewed said they miss

seeing their at-the-track friends as much as the racing itself.”

Where can people purchase your book?

MG: “Contact me at Mike.garrepy@gmail.com, contact the publisher

at Arcadiapublishing.com or see us at one of our meet and

greet events. Each greet is detailed on the Facebook page

‘Columbus Motor Speedway Gone but Not Forgotten.’ I will also

have a display at the Piqua Mall’s Race Car show on March 22, 23

and 24.”


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Groveport Madison launches threats tip line

Groveport Madison Schools has

launched an anonymous tip line for

reporting concerns or threats to its schools

or potential harm to a student or staff

member.

The Safer Schools Ohio tip line is operated

through the Ohio Department of

Public Safety and the Ohio Department of

Education, accepting tips 24-hours a day.

Calls or texts to 844-SaferOH (844-723-

3764) are answered by analysts in the Ohio

Homeland Security’s Threat Assessment

and Prevention (TAP) Unit. When action is

needed, the TAP Unit immediately forwards

information to the school district

and to local law enforcement agencies. The

district and local law enforcement officials

will work together to investigate the report

and ensure that it is resolved. The TAP

Unit also follows up with both entities to

ensure the report has been investigated

and that appropriate actions have been

taken.

Tip line promotional materials are

MUSICAL

Continued from page 1

Tickets are available at Motts Military

Museum and from any choir member as

well as at the door.

Christensen said the group is thrilled to

be performing the show in the new

Groveport Madison High School auditorium.

“It’s wonderful! Everything works!” said

Christensen. “The lighting and the sound

are fantastic. We’ll have more microphones,

more options for backdrops, and

the acoustics are great. It’s exciting to be in

this new space.”

Christensen said the 74 member choir,

which started out with 32 members in its

first year five years ago, continues to grow.

“If you want to come sing with us, you

can,” said Christensen.

One person who came to sing with the

group from the very start is Larry Dowler,

80, who said he’s been singing all his life in

church choirs. He said some of the songs he

being distributed through the district’s

schools, and information is being shared

via the district’s website, newsletters,

social media, etc.

“The safety of students and staff is

always the district’s highest priority,” said

Superintendent Garilee Ogden. “Our staff

works hard to forge trusting relationships

with students. One of the many benefits of

those relationships is that students feel

comfortable reporting their concerns to an

adult at their school. That has helped us to

address issues before anyone might be

harmed — as well as to diffuse and debunk

rumors. While we always want to encourage

students to make us aware of any concerns,

the anonymous tip line is another

avenue that can be used to report potential

issues.”

Information on the Safer Schools Ohio

Tip Line is on the Safety and Security page

at gocruisers.org/SafetySecurity.aspxm and

saferschools.ohio.gov/content/tip_line_infor

mation.

City income tax assistance is available

As of Jan. 1, 2019, the Regional Income

Tax Agency (RITA) began collecting

municipal income tax for the city of

Groveport for both current and prior tax

years.

In the past, residents who did not owe

municipal income tax were not required to

file.

However, beginning with the 2018 filings,

all city of Groveport residents and

businesses are now required to file returns

even if no municipal income tax is due.

Additional information is available on

the city of Groveport website, www.groveport.org,

by callling RITA’s customer service

representative at 800-860-7482, or by

calling Bob Curtin, Groveport tax administrator,

at 614-836-5301.

On March 28, the city of Groveport will

host a Taxpayer Assistance Day in the banquet

room at the Links at Groveport, 1005

Richardson Road, from noon to 7 p.m. RITA

representatives will be available for assistance

in answering questions or filing

returns.

(The date of Taxpayer Assistance Day has

been updated and revised from when it was

originally reported. March 28 is the correct

date.)

American Red Cross Blood Drive in Groveport

An American Red Cross Blood Drive

will be held March 4 from 1-7 p.m. at

Groveport KidSpace, 630 Wirt Road. To

schedule an appointment call 1-800-Red-

Cross or visit RedCrossBlood.org sponsor

code: CityofGroveport.

loves to sing are, “Mountain Music,” “Come

Fly With Me,” and “Oklahoma!”

“I love being with the people and I love

singing. When this group started I jumped

at it,” said Dowler, who also performs in

comedy skits. “We all enjoy it and have a

lot of fun rehearsing and performing. It’s

something everyone in the group loves

doing.'

For information on the Groveport

Madison Area Community Choir and its

upcoming performance call 614-753-2947

or visit gmcommunitychoir.org.

The city of Groveport’s senior transportation

program will provide free rides to

the 1 p.m. performance on Feb. 23 of the

Groveport Madison Area Community

Choir’s show, “That’s Entertainment: The

Great American Road Trip.” For information

and reservations call 614-836-7433,

option 1.

Irish music concert

A free concert of Irish music will be held

at Groveport Town Hall, 648 Main St., on

March 10 featuring Lone Raven at 2 p.m.

and the Richens/Timm Academy of Irish

Dance at 3:30 p.m.

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Baker Creative honored

Baker Creative, a nationally and

internationally awarded branding PR

firm located in Groveport, earned a

2018 Gold Hermes Creative Award and

an honorable mention from the

MarCom Awards for its work with

Wallick Communities. Both acknowledgements

were for the Print

Media/Advertising/Direct Mail piece

category for its Invitation to The

Ashford, a senior living facility overseen

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Baker Creative was awarded on multiple

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Motts

awarded

The Professional

Photographers of

America awarded

Warren Motts a special

Past President’s

Award. This year marks the 150th

Anniversary of the PPA. Which is a 30,000

member-strong association, the oldest and

largest photographic association in the

world. Motts (left) is shown here receiving

the award from the CEO of the PPA David

Trust. Motts was president of this organization

in 1990 and is currently the

Founder/Director of Motts Military Museum

in Groveport.

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Climbing El Capitan

I remember the moment when word

broke that Alex Honnold had made history

by becoming the first individual to free solo

El Capitan, a 3,000 foot high granite monolith

nestled in the famed Yosemite

National Park.

I was flipping through the news stations,

wondering what fresh horror this

world had to offer, when the chyron

announced this historic event. I did not,

and still do not, know much about big-wall

climbing and those who do it, but I was

swept up in this achievement, cognizant of

this feat of human skill and celebrating in

the fact that this person realized a dream

and was alive to share the story.

In the weeks that followed, however, I

forgot the most important detail. I could

tell you that someone recently climbed El

Capitan without the use of a rope or other

safety gear but I would have had to rack

my brain to remember the name of the man

who did it. Then came the film that documented

his journey. “Free Solo,” a National

Geographic feature which has only been

shown in IMAX, puts you right there with

Honnold as he makes his attempt. It’s

frightening, dazzling, mind-boggling, exhilarating

and it makes sure that you (and I!)

will never forget his name again.

It begins by introducing us, the general

public, to Alex Honnold, a 30-something

year old who predominately lives inside of a

camper. Since his introduction to wall and

rock climbing as a teen, Honnold has been

travelling the world, honing his Spidermanlike

skills on some of the most challenging

granite terrain in the world — most of them

done without the use of safety equipment.

At first, he tries to explain what attracts

him to this dangerous activity but comes to

the realization that he cannot get others to

understand. He is fully aware that he may

die while free soloing, but to him his

chances are no greater than getting in a car

and being hit by a drunk driver.

The dream of free soloing El Capitan, he

says, came to him some time ago. As a

famous free soloist, he was constantly asked

about making an attempt during interviews

but was always cagey in his answers. He

said this was done so there was no undue

pressure or expectations put on him but

once he got it into his mind that climbing El

Capitan was something he wanted to do, he

went all out to achieve his dream.

For more than three years, Alex and his

fellow expert climbing friends mapped out

his path to the top. He would begin by taking

the Freerider route and following all 33

pitches with special attention being paid to

The Reel Deal

‘The Boulder Problem,’

which is considered

the most treacherous

part of the route due to

its pencil-thin handholds

and slippery

wall that is near completely

vertical. After

that was completed,

he would then traverse

another thousand

or so feet to

Dedra

Cordle

make his way to the Enduro Pitch and its

sharp, exposed corners and sculpt his body

to them as he continues to ascend. After, it

is all mind over the prospect of celebration

until he traverses another couple hundred

feet to the top. Or so they desperately hope.

“Free Solo” documents these trial and

error runs — all done with their safety

equipment fully in place — and then takes

us into Alex’s mind as he comes home to

write about which moves would work best.

It also shows us the toll his dream takes on

his family and friends, one of which is codirector

Jimmy Chin. Like his fellow

climbers and filmmakers, Chin knows the

importance of documenting this attempt

but he also knows he would be on hand to

witness the death of his best friend should

a finger or soft sole slip.

Though the outcome of Alex’s free solo

attempt is now known, it doesn’t take away

from that sense of suspense as he makes

the decision to attempt El Capitan. The

film amplifies it through up-close shots of

Alex’s rosin encrusted hands gripping barely

there grooves, the muscles in his legs

stretching as he balances and grips the

rock wall, and the bottomless view of

ground below.

“Free Solo” is going to be tough for some

people to get through — the camera sweeps

along the landscape at dizzying heights,

the mid-section that lulls with relationship

drama, the lack of understanding of why he

does the things he does — but if you think

you can handle it go see it before it leaves

the theater. “Free Solo” is a terrific documentary

offering a glimpse into the mindset

of a thrill-seeking man few will ever

want to emulate, but one that many ought

to get to know.

Grade: A

Dedra Cordle is a Messenger staff writer

and columnist.

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The following activities will be held at

Slate Run Living Historical Farm, 1375

State Route 674 North, Canal Winchester:

•Feb. 23-24, 1-3 p.m.: Maple Time -

Sample this sweet treat and learn about

making maple syrup the 1880s way. A

short hike to the sugarbush leaves the

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Death investigated

On Jan. 28, Groveport Police officers

were dispatched to a Westport Drive

address and located 58-year-old Robert

Windsor III deceased inside the home. At

this time, this death is being investigated

as overdose. During processing of the

scene, a digital video recorder was taken as

evidence.

With assistance from the Franklin

County HOPE Taskforce, the video was

downloaded and revealed additional persons

of interest that need identified.

Contact Det. Del Dalton of the Groveport

Police Department at 614-830-2053 or the

Franklin County Hope Task Force at 462-

3333 with any information.

Madison Township Police

officer placed on leave

A Madison Township Police officer was

alleged to have been involved in a domestic

violence situation, according to Madison

Township officials. As a result of the allegation,

the officer was placed on paid

administrative leave pending the outcome

of both the criminal aspect of the case as

well as the departmental investigation.

Township officials stated they take

“allegations of this nature very seriously”

and the police chief took immediate action.

Groveport Madison HS

staff member investigated

Groveport Madison Schools officials

released the following statement on Jan.

31:

“We have been made aware of an allegation

that one of our high school staff members

has behaved in an

unprofessional/inappropriate manner.

Groveport Madison Schools takes allegations

of this nature very seriously, and we

have taken immediate action. We have

already begun an internal investigation

and have notified appropriate authorities.

The staff member in question has been

placed on administrative leave pending the

conclusion of the investigations.

Furthermore, the staff member has been

directed that he is prohibited from being

on district property and from having any

contact with Groveport Madison students

and staff members (other than union representation).

Should this allegation be substantiated,

we will take swift and appropriate disciplinary

action, up to and including termination.”

Learn how to save a life

As part of the Opioid Information Series

presented by the Groveport Madison

Opiate Task Force, a Narcan (Naloxone)

training session will be held Feb. 12 at 7

p.m. at the Groveport Presbyterian

Church, 275 College St. Narcan helps

against life threatening heroin or opiate

overdoses. The session is open to the public.


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Keep moving for fitness

By Rick Palsgrove

Southeast Editor

When the Hatfield family learned that

the Groveport Recreation Center would

hold an indoor triahlon/duathlon on Jan. 27

they were all in.

“It’s cold outside and this is a nice event

for a family to do,” said Kyle Hatfield.

“Running is our family past-time.”

His daughter, Aly Hatfield, who attends

Teays Valley East and runs cross country

and plans to run the mile and 800 meter

races in track this spring, joined her father

in the event.

Amy Van Huffel, Groveport Recreation

Center sports and fitness manager, said

the idea behind the Happy Move Year

Indoor Triathlon/Duathlon was to provide a

healthy, active event that offered variety in

one’s workout.

“In the past we had held our annual

Resolution Run, but the cold weather each

year made it difficult to continue that

event,” said Van Huffel. “So we decided to

change it up this year with a

triathlon/duathlon that includes indoor

swimming, running, and cycling. It’s a good

option that offers things people do throughout

the year. It’s a unique

triathlon/duathlon where people can choose

their styles of exercise that fits their individual

workouts.”

The triahlon included swimming in the

center’s indoor pool, running on a treadmill

or on the indoor track, and cycling on a stationary

bike. The duathlon consisted of the

treadmill or indoor track run and the stationary

bike cycling. The participants could

choose to do each leg for 10 minutes nonstop

or for 20 minutes.

“This event is good because it fits anyone’s

ability level,” said Van Huffel. “You

Messenger photo by Rick Palsgrove

Kyle Hatfield and his daughter, Aly

Hatfield, tackle the running portion of

the Groveport Recreation Center’s

Happy Move Year Indoor

Triathlon/Duathlon on Jan. 27.

could be a beginner or more experienced.

It’s your choice to do as much as you are

able to do and to push your limits. Plus, it’s

fun!”

The Hatfields were two of the 20 participants

in this year’s Happy Move Year

Indoor Triathlon/Duathlon. They hopped

on treadmills for their running portion of

the duathlon and both took off at a fast

pace.

“I like running,” Aly Hatfield said with a

smile.

Our Pictorial Past by Rick Palsgrove

Photo courtesy of the Groveport Heritage Museum

e old municipal building

Before the city of Groveport offices were moved to 655 Blacklick Street in the mid-

1990s, this was the town’s municipal building, located along Wirt Road. This building

is now Crooked Alley KidSpace.


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Groveport Youth Athletic Association

Baseball / Softball Sign ups

Saturday, February 23rd 9am – 1pm Groveport Madison Middle School Central

Sunday, February 24th 1pm - 3pm Groveport Madison Middle School Central

Saturday, March 2nd 9am - 1pm Groveport Madison Middle School Central

Sunday, March 3rd 1pm - 3pm Groveport Madison Middle School Central

Tball, Coaches Pitch U8, U10,

U12 U14 *Softball Minor and

Major Baseball Pony*, Babe Ruth*

Prices start at $60.00 and vary based

upon age levels. Discounts are available.

See www.groveportyouth.com for additional

information, terms, and conditions.



G.Y.A.A. is a not-for-profit parent volunteer organization

Present this flyer with your signup and receive $10.00 off toward each registration – with payment in full.

Offer applies to Saturday February 23rd Only. Forms of payment include CA$H and CHECKS.

Credit cards will be accepted for an additional fee of $5.00 per payment

Registration Ends, March 4 th . Late fees ($40) will apply,

cannot guarantee placement due to late sign up.

Groveport Madison Middle School Central 751 East Main St. Groveport, 43125


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Bauerle’s art exhibited

Groveport Elementary fourth grade student

Hannah Bauerle has had artwork chosen

to be exhibited in the 2019 Ohio Art

Education Association’s Young People’s Art

Exhibition. The exhibit represents Ohio

students in grades pre-kindergarten

through eighth and is on display at Rhodes

State Office Tower in Columbus, Ohio

from Feb. 16th - March 23. The exhibit is

sponsored by the Ohio Art Education

Association, which is the professional

organization for art teachers in Ohio.

Bauerle’s artwork was submitted for the

show by Danae' Sperk, art educator at

Groveport Elementary. A reception and

awards ceremony will be held at Rhodes

Office Tower on March 2 for the young

artists, their families and teachers.

Women’s self-defense

•The Groveport Police will conduct a

women’s self-defense class for ages 14 and

up at the Groveport Recreation Center,

7370 Groveport Road, on March 16 from 10

a.m. to 1 p.m. Cost is $10. Call 614-836-

1000 for information.

•The Madison Township Police

Department will hold a women’s selfdefense

class for ages 14 and up at the

Madison Township Community Center,

4575 Madison Lane. This free two-part

class is open to all township residents and

around Groveport and Madison Township

community members, and will be held

March 19 and 26 from 6-8:30 p.m. To register

call 614-836-5355 or email Sergeant

Tiller at ntiller@madisontownship.org.

Calling all beekeepers

The newly formed Beekeepers club in

Fairfield County will meet Feb. 19 at St

Mark’s Catholic Church, 324 Gay St.,

Lancaster from 6:30-8:30 p.m. At this meeting,

members hope to pick a name for the

club, discuss and perhaps vote on a proposed

constitution and bylaws, decide if it will

become an independent nonprofit or affiliate

under OSBA, and nominate candidates for

officers and trustees. Membership due will

be collected - $15 single and $25 family. It

was suggested at the organizational meeting

that everyone who can, bring a snack to

share. Paper goods and drinks are taken

care of. Come and be part of the founding

membership of this exciting new club.

Surge in overdose deaths

The Franklin County Coroner’s Office

saw another surge in overdose deaths

under a 24-hour period in Franklin

County.

Between the hours of 7:52 a.m. on Jan.

28 and 4:35 a.m. on Jan. 29 there were five

apparent overdose deaths located in the zip

codes of 43125, 43123, 43230 and 43229.

the coroner’s office toxicology team is conducting

initial testing to confirm if these

overdose deaths are fentanyl-related.

For those Franklin County residents

with family or friends that might be at risk

for an overdose, the coroner’s office ask

that they take the necessary steps to have

Naloxone available for them. Naloxone is a

lifesaving tool used for opiate overdoses.

The general public can obtain naloxone at

any pharmacy without a prescription, at a

cost, or by using their health insurance.

Franklin County Public Health along

with Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided with

Naloxone) will also provide free naloxone

with a brief training. To locate these sites

visit: http://www.odh.ohio.gov/projectdawn.

Schools seek levy/bond issue

The Groveport Madison Board of

Education will place a combined operating

levy and bond issue on the May 7 ballot.

The proposed 6.10 mill continuing operating

levy, if approved by the voters, would

replace the current five year 6.68 mill levy

that will expire on Dec. 31, 2019.

The proposed levy will be combined into

one ballot issue with a proposed 37-year,

4.72 mill, $83.6 million bond issue that

would generate funds to build three new

pre-K through sixth grade elementary

schools and one new middle school for

grades seven and eight. The pre-K through

sixth grade buildings would hold about

1,067 students each and the middle school

would hold about 1,000 students.The bond

issue would also provide funds to demolish

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the existing elementary schools and middle

schools. If the plan is approved by voters, it

would reduce the number of schools in the

district from 10 to five. The locations of

where the new schools would be built has

not been determined.

If voters approve the bond issue to build

the schools, the Ohio Facilities

Construction Commission would fund 53

percent of the estimated $148.7 million

project and Groveport Madison would fund

47 percent with the district’s local share

being $83.6 million.

According to Groveport Madison

Treasurer John Walsh, if the bond issue is

approved, the estimated increased annual

property tax for the owners of the following

valued homes would be: $100,000 market

value: $164.96; $125,000 market value:

$206.20; $150,000 market value: $247.44;

$175,000 market value: $288.68; and

$200,000 market value: $329.92

District officials state the bond issue is

needed to: replace aging school buildings;

ease student overcrowding; eliminate the

22 modular classrooms in the district;

enable there to be identical academic and

other programs in each school; result in

less acreage to be maintained; create more

overall efficiency; younger students would

be separated from older students in the elementaries

and buses; and provide for modern

safety features (the team noted the current

schools cannot be retrofitted to meet

modern safety needs).

Liquor Tasting

at the Paddock Pub and Links of Groveport

February 12, 2019

6:30pm - 8:00pm

$30 Per Person

Prepaid with reservation

To Taste:

Watershed Vodka

Watershed Gin

Watershed Bourbon Barrel Gin

Watershed Bourbon

Kit Meager will join us from Watershed Distillery to pour

four tastings of their exceptional spirits along with four

tastings of Watershed's signature cocktails.

11am - 9pm

February 13 • Paint & Craft

February 14-16 • Special Valentine's Dinner

The Paddock Pub

For reservations for this limited seating

tasting event, please call 614-610-6988


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F.C.A. §§ 617;

CPLR 315, 316

FAMILY COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK

COUNTY OF CHAUTAUQUA

In the Matter of

Minor Child M.B.

A Child under Eighteen Years of Age

Alleged to be Neglected by

Ashley Burkes,

Respondent.

IN THE NAME OF THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK:

To:

Ashley Burkes

520 W 6 th St

Jamestown, NY 14701

File #: 17757

Docket #: NN-02650-18

SUMMONS

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GF30 12/1997

A petition under Article 10 of the Family Court Act having been filed with this Court requesting the

following reliefs: Pre-Petition Application and Neglect;

YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear before this Court on

Date/Time: March 6, 2019 at 9:00 AM

Purposes: Service on Respondent and Return on Publication

Part: 3

Floor/Room: Floor 1/Room See Court Officer

Presiding: Hon. Michael J. Sullivan

Location: Community Municipal Building (Old Mayville School)

2 Academy Street, Suite 5

Mayville, NY 14757

to answer the petition and to be dealt with in accordance with Article 10 of the Family Court Act.

On your failure to appear as herein directed, a warrant may be issued for your arrest.

Dated: January 15, 2019

TO THE ABOVE-NAMED RESPONDENT:

David E Travis, Chief Clerk

The foregoing summons is served upon you by publication pursuant to an Order of the Hon. Michael J.

Sullivan of the Family Court, Chautauqua County, dated and filed with the petition and other papers in the

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