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<strong>September</strong> 8 - 21, <strong>2019</strong> www.columbusmessenger.com Vol. XL, No. 15<br />

<strong>Messenger</strong> photos by Linda Dillman<br />

CW’s 99th Labor<br />

Day Festival<br />

Joe VanArtsdalen (above) helps his<br />

grandsons Bowen Harvey, 1, and Joey<br />

Harvey, left, 4, navigate their crushed<br />

ice treats during the 99th annual Canal<br />

Winchester Labor Day Festival.<br />

At left, Annabella Pitoshka, 3, of Canal<br />

Winchester enjoys one of the rides at<br />

the Labor Day Festival.<br />

Councilman questions<br />

Each office independently<br />

owned and operated.<br />

township police coverage<br />

By Linda Dillman<br />

Staff Writer<br />

Canal Winchester City Councilman Pat<br />

Lynch wants more bang for taxpayer bucks<br />

when it comes to police protection by<br />

Madison Township.<br />

While the city pays Fairfield County<br />

approximately $1.165 million a year for the<br />

service of 11 county sheriff deputies, who<br />

provide a total of 376 hours per week in 24-<br />

hour coverage, Lynch said he wants to discuss<br />

Madison Township Police service to<br />

Canal Winchester at council’s Sept. 30<br />

committee of the whole meeting.<br />

Mayor Mike Ebert said Canal Winchester<br />

property owners have paid for township law<br />

enforcement since the early 1970s.<br />

“It needs to be talked about,” said Lynch<br />

during the Sept. 3 council meeting after<br />

reporting Canal Winchester residents pay<br />

more than $500,000 in taxes to the township<br />

for police levies. “It’s half of what<br />

we’re already paying for our existing service.<br />

Madison Township should be supplying<br />

one-third of our police protection. How<br />

do we get them to provide one-third of our<br />

police protection? For the dollars our residents<br />

are paying, we should get one-third<br />

of our service from Madison Township.”<br />

According to Lynch, the township provides<br />

reports of service in Canal<br />

Winchester. However, he said the number<br />

of calls amount to only five percent of the<br />

city’s overall calls for service.<br />

“The people of Canal Winchester should<br />

get what they’re paying for,” continued<br />

Lynch. “The question becomes how much of<br />

their budget are we paying for?”<br />

According to the Fairfield County contract,<br />

two deputy sheriffs are on duty 24<br />

hours a day, seven days a week with a<br />

third deputy sheriff working a shift mutually<br />

agreed upon in writing by the mayor<br />

and the sheriff.<br />

The sheriff also funds one full-time sergeant<br />

providing 40 hours per week of<br />

supervision overseeing deputy sheriffs and<br />

assign one full-time dispatcher to the city.<br />

Potential increases in the contract are<br />

based upon a combination of costs incurred<br />

by the sheriff for services, including<br />

salaries, retirement pensions and workers<br />

compensation for personnel assigned to<br />

Canal Winchester; training; equipment,<br />

gasoline and supplies; and vehicles. The<br />

contract also allows for one replacement<br />

vehicle per year at an approximate cost of<br />

$40,000.<br />

CW math teacher honored<br />

By Linda Dillman<br />

Staff Writer<br />

The mathematical odds of winning were<br />

daunting, but Canal Winchester Middle<br />

School math instructor Jeannie Doukakis<br />

proved the numbers were in her favor after<br />

she was named an outstanding educator.<br />

More than 120 classroom teachers from<br />

the elementary level to high school were<br />

nominated for Ohio Council of Teachers of<br />

Mathematics awards across the state.<br />

Doukakis–a Canal Winchester Schools<br />

teacher for 10 years–was selected from<br />

middle school nominees throughout the 12<br />

counties comprising the Central District,<br />

one of eight across Ohio.<br />

According to the council, teachers can be<br />

nominated by a colleague, administrator,<br />

student or parent. Winners are honored at<br />

a conference in Sandusky, Ohio in October.<br />

“I love teaching math because it is genuinely<br />

exciting to watch the students discover<br />

how to do something in a way that is<br />

meaningful for them, then relate it to<br />

something they will use in the real world,”<br />

said Doukakis. “I try to really stress the<br />

good that comes from making mistakes in<br />

math. It helps students learn that it’s okay<br />

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Hopeful Hearts<br />

Hopeful Hearts Free Children’s<br />

Clothing Ministry - a free baby clothing<br />

distribution for sizes infant to 5T, as well<br />

as shoes, blankets, bibs, small toys and<br />

other baby needs - is open the third<br />

Saturday of the month from 10 a.m. to<br />

noon at Hope United Methodist Church, 83<br />

E. Columbus St. in Canal Winchester.<br />

Everyone is welcome to come in and shop<br />

for your free children’s summer clothing<br />

needs in sizes Infant to 5T.<br />

Everything is free and all are welcome.<br />

Drop off donated items at the church.<br />

Clothing for all seasons is needed. Call<br />

(614) 837-7548.<br />

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National Barber Museum<br />

in Canal Winchester<br />

The National Barber Museum in Canal<br />

Winchester is located at 135 Franklin St.<br />

(behind the former Canal Winchester High<br />

School building).<br />

The museum, housed in approximately<br />

5,000 square feet, showcases art, artifacts,<br />

and memorabilia from decades of the barbering<br />

profession — from the early days<br />

when surgeons and barbers served as one<br />

to the present when those seeking a trim.<br />

Regular hours are Friday and Saturday<br />

from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. or by appointment<br />

(614) 837-8400.<br />

SEPTEMBER 20TH<br />

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STARTS AT<br />

8PM<br />

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TEACHER<br />

Continued from page 1<br />

to be wrong or try something in a different<br />

way. Math is one of those subjects that<br />

everyone can approach differently and still<br />

find success. It helps that when I tell them<br />

math is fun, I truly believe it.”<br />

Doukakis, an Ohio State University<br />

graduate, started teaching 21 years ago.<br />

After two decades in education, she said<br />

the most enjoyable aspect of teaching is<br />

seeing the excitement and pride students<br />

feel when they get a math concept and are<br />

successful. Doukakis said it is especially<br />

rewarding to see students who start out<br />

not liking math or fearing it come to a<br />

place where they no longer mind volunteering<br />

in class or stop being afraid to ask<br />

questions.<br />

“Getting to know my students on a personal<br />

level helps that process a lot and<br />

builds trust so they are not afraid to try,”<br />

said Doukakis. “I am very honored and<br />

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9/11 remembrance<br />

Madison Township will host its annual<br />

9/11 remembrance ceremony on Sept.<br />

11 at 7:30 a.m. at Motts Military<br />

Museum, 5075 S. Hamilton Road,<br />

Groveport.<br />

The guest speakers will be FDNY Lt.<br />

Dominick Maggiore and U.S.<br />

Congressman Steve Stivers. The<br />

Groveport Police will fire a 21 gun salute<br />

and “Taps” will be performed by<br />

Groveport Madison senior Riley<br />

Cartmill and Pickerington Central sophomore<br />

Alexander Poth. The Groveport<br />

Symphonic Choir will perform the<br />

“National Anthem.” The Madison<br />

Township Fire Honor Guard and<br />

Madison Township Police Ceremonial<br />

Unit will participate in the bell ceremony,<br />

flag raising, and wreath ceremony.<br />

There will also be two bagpipers. Pastor<br />

Paul Barnes will lead in prayer.<br />

This year we have included different<br />

departments from the high school to be a<br />

part of our ceremony,” said Madison<br />

Township firefighter and Groveport City<br />

Councilman Ed Dildine. “I think it’s a<br />

great addition to get the next generation<br />

involved so we can assure people don’t<br />

forget what happened on that awful day.<br />

We are always honored to be able to perform<br />

this remembrance ceremony for the<br />

community and to also showcase the<br />

CW school meals<br />

Under the Supplemental Nutrition<br />

Assistance Program, students may be eligible<br />

for free or reduced lunch and breakfast.<br />

To find out if your child is eligible, complete<br />

a school meals family application.<br />

You can apply at www.cwschools.org or<br />

pick up an application at the Canal<br />

Winchester Schools Education Center, 100<br />

Washington St., Canal Winchester. USDA<br />

is an equal opportunity provider and<br />

employer.<br />

Madison Township firefighters presenting<br />

the memorial wreath at last<br />

year’s 9/11 ceremony.<br />

9/11 artifacts that Motts Military<br />

Museum has acquired, which is the second<br />

largest collection of such artifacts in<br />

the United States only behind Ground<br />

Zero.”<br />

Refreshments provided and attendees<br />

are encouraged to tour the museum<br />

following the ceremony.<br />

Wagnalls Gardens<br />

Looking for some exercise and outdoor<br />

time? Wagnalls Memorial Gardens, 150 E.<br />

Columbus St., Lithopolis, are in need of<br />

volunteers to maintain community beauty.<br />

If you are interested in adopting a small<br />

garden bed, call Tami Morehart at 614-<br />

837—4765, ext 120 or email tmore@wagnalls.org<br />

and give your name and phone<br />

number. The remaining date for <strong>2019</strong> from<br />

8:30-10:30 a.m. is Sept. 12. Weather permitting.<br />

excited to receive this award, and feel fortunate<br />

to teach in such a great building. I<br />

work with some of the best people that are<br />

so supportive, creative and caring. I'm<br />

lucky to be where I am and look forward to<br />

coming school year.”<br />

Canal Winchester Schools<br />

Superintendent James Sotlar called<br />

Doukakis an influential and amazing<br />

teacher who loves her students and her<br />

content. He said she demonstrates innovative<br />

practices and a commitment to excellence<br />

in mathematics teaching and is truly<br />

deserving of the OCMT award.<br />

“Mrs. Doukakis’ passion for teaching is<br />

evident in the way she makes learning an<br />

engaging and positive experience,” added<br />

middle school principal Kelly Zywczyk.<br />

“She has over 100 students on her team,<br />

yet she makes each and every student feel<br />

like they are important and recognized.”


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Tax abatements’ impact on city, schools<br />

By Linda Dillman<br />

Staff Writer<br />

The dance of development and tax<br />

abatement is a sophisticated tango performed<br />

by businesses, municipalities and<br />

school districts to bring new business to<br />

Community Reinvestment Areas, though<br />

with trade-offs in tax revenue for cities and<br />

schools like those in Canal Winchester.<br />

What is a tax abatement and why is it<br />

attractive to a company looking to open up<br />

a new facility? It is an agreement where a<br />

municipality and, if appropriate, a school<br />

district forgo the property taxes on a commercial<br />

building for a set number of<br />

years–usually 10 to 15–in exchange for a<br />

developer constructing a building and generating<br />

income tax revenue or improvements<br />

to existing properties.<br />

Real estate taxes are still collected on<br />

the increased value of the land, just not<br />

building improvements. However, according<br />

to Canal Winchester Schools Treasurer<br />

Nick Roberts, not all abatements are<br />

industrial related.<br />

“Industrial valuations only make up<br />

3.54 percent of the district’s total valuations–$16.4<br />

million of $465.7 million–<br />

thus the industrial parks don’t generate an<br />

abundance of revenue,” said Roberts.<br />

City of Canal Winchester Development<br />

Director Lucas Haire said the majority of<br />

Canal Winchester land within a<br />

Community Reinvestment Area was established<br />

before 1994, such as Canal Pointe.<br />

According to Haire, the pre-1994 district<br />

allows for what is known as a by-right<br />

incentive, which means if a company or<br />

business builds or remodels a building,<br />

they automatically qualify for a specified<br />

incentive and there is no negotiation on the<br />

rate or the term.<br />

“There is no negotiation in a pre-1994<br />

CRA,” Haire said. “In a post-1994 CRA,<br />

there are prescribed requirements in Ohio<br />

law. The city must negotiate or receive a<br />

waiver from the school board if more than<br />

50 percent of real estate value will be<br />

exempt from taxation. The term and percentage<br />

of the exemption are determined<br />

by the city negotiating with the developer<br />

and the school district. This is based on the<br />

project investment, the number of new jobs<br />

and payroll created, and if the project<br />

meets certain requirements as specified in<br />

the enabling legislation.”<br />

There is currently only one CRA district<br />

within Canal Winchester that is post-<br />

1994–the Route 33 CRA that was created<br />

late last year.<br />

Currently, there are 32 tax abatements<br />

on the books. Roberts said if there were no<br />

tax abatements, the district could collect<br />

an additional $611,049 in property tax revenue.<br />

“The only advantage to our district is job<br />

creation and economic development of the<br />

area,” said Roberts. “The district does have<br />

an income tax, but to benefit, the people<br />

filling these news jobs must live in the<br />

school district.”<br />

Despite many new builds, such as<br />

Brewdog on Gender Road, they are all<br />

located in areas already classified as pre-<br />

1994 CRA. Therefore, Roberts said the city<br />

did not need school board approval, which<br />

translates into no revenue-sharing agreements.<br />

However, the Canal Winchester Board<br />

of Education approved their first post-1994<br />

CRA arrangement last year, which<br />

involves a revenue-sharing agreement in<br />

lieu of taxes to offset a portion of the abatement.<br />

“We obviously won’t receive the amount<br />

we would have received with no abatement,<br />

but this helps offset about 60 percent of the<br />

loss in revenue,” Roberts told the school<br />

board in March 16, 2018 email. “Tax abatements<br />

are, unfortunately, a must for communities<br />

needing and/or wanting to grow<br />

economically due to competition around the<br />

world. The district obviously would love to<br />

have the $611,049 lost due to the abatements;<br />

however, in the big picture, it is a<br />

small cost to the return on investment in<br />

the community.”<br />

Haire said most communities in Ohio<br />

offer CRA exemptions for certain projects,<br />

especially areas that are zoned industrial.<br />

And to remain competitive in attracting<br />

industrial investment, offering a real property<br />

tax exemption is necessary.<br />

Canal Winchester typically only<br />

receives six percent of the real estate taxes<br />

that are collected, but in most cases, Haire<br />

pointed out it receives 100 percent of<br />

income taxes collected from the employees<br />

that work within tax-abated buildings.<br />

“We remain cognizant of the impact<br />

exemptions have on other taxing authorities<br />

within our jurisdiction,” said Haire. “In<br />

other cases, the exemptions for improving<br />

property are targeted specifically towards<br />

our historic district. There are many properties<br />

in the Old Town Area that have<br />

received a real estate tax exemption by<br />

investing more than $25,000 in improving<br />

and rehabilitating these historic structures.<br />

This incentive encourages investment<br />

in these historic properties that are<br />

inherently more costly to maintain and<br />

improve in a historically appropriate manner.”<br />

According to Haire, in many cases there<br />

would be no investment into the property,<br />

but for the real estate tax exemption.<br />

“So often times the city and other taxing<br />

authorities are not necessarily giving up<br />

anything as they continue to receive the<br />

taxes on the land,” said Haire “and likely<br />

will receive increased revenue when any<br />

investment is made as the land value will<br />

increase.”<br />

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Drug Drop Box<br />

The Madison Township Police<br />

Department provides an opiate prescription<br />

“Drug Drop Box” for the community.<br />

This drop box is located in the lobby of the<br />

Madison Township Police Department,<br />

4567 Madison Lane, and is accessible to<br />

the public Monday through Friday 8 a.m.<br />

to 5 p.m. Any person can walk-in and dispose<br />

of new or old pills, including prescription<br />

medications, or any other illegal substances<br />

and place them into this box with<br />

no questions asked.<br />

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Lithopolis Garden Club meets the first<br />

Tuesday each month at 1 p.m. in the<br />

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PAGE 4 - EASTSIDE MESSENGER - <strong>September</strong> 8, <strong>2019</strong><br />

voters guide<br />

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Canal Winchester<br />

mayor<br />

(Vote for one)<br />

•Michael Ebert, 253 Old Coach Pl.,<br />

Canal Winchester, Ohio 43110<br />

Occupation: Mayor<br />

of the city of Canal<br />

Winchester<br />

Education, military,<br />

and/or political experience:<br />

Graduated from<br />

Canal Winchester<br />

1969, OUL &<br />

Columbus State<br />

Business classes. No<br />

EBERT<br />

military. Employment,<br />

Canal Winchester,<br />

mayor 2008-present. Thomson Equipment<br />

Cincinnati, 2002-07, sales manager. Newly<br />

Weds Foods Chicago, 1992-2002, regional<br />

sales manager, Schmidt’s, Production<br />

Manager & Winchester Farm Sausage.<br />

Volunteer of many youth sports and CW committees.<br />

Goals if elected: Moving our Sheriff’s<br />

Department to a more modern and larger<br />

facility to make room for more deputies for<br />

street patrol and a safer Canal Winchester.<br />

Updated and safer Mayor’s Court space.<br />

Construction of McGill Park in Canal<br />

Winchester and updates to other current City<br />

parks.<br />

•Bruce Jarvis, 42 E. Waterloo St., Canal<br />

Winchester, OH 43110<br />

Occupation: Canal<br />

Winchester City Council<br />

President; retired<br />

from U.S. Department<br />

of Defense<br />

Education, military,<br />

and/or political experience:<br />

B.S (Computer<br />

Information Systems),<br />

Served in U.S. Army<br />

Military Police Corps<br />

(1978-81), Retired<br />

after 25 years’ from<br />

JARVIS<br />

U.S. Department of Defense (held a variety of<br />

managerial positions including DLA-<br />

Columbus Director of Information<br />

Technology). Formed and managed Visitor<br />

Bureau (Destination: Canal Winchester 2010-<br />

15). City Council (1996-2009 then 2016-present,<br />

3 times president).<br />

Goals if elected: My heartfelt goal is to<br />

position Canal Winchester for the future while<br />

preserving our cherished “village feel” and<br />

core values. As a proven leader, I am a team<br />

player who always welcomes public input. I<br />

offer a fresh vision that was formed through<br />

extensive experience in management and<br />

community service.<br />

•Doug Snyder, 7587 Walnut Drive,<br />

Canal Winchester, OH 43110<br />

Occupation: Logistics management with<br />

Black Horse Carriers<br />

Education, military,<br />

and/or political experience:<br />

BBA from Kent<br />

State University; 25<br />

years management<br />

experience focusing<br />

on: project management,<br />

customer service,<br />

HR, budgeting,<br />

and finance. Two term<br />

president of David<br />

Lutheran Church. Chair of the Community<br />

Week fundraiser benefitting Human Services.<br />

Goals if elected: I believe it is time for an<br />

approach that is both more collaborative in<br />

nature and transparent within the community.<br />

To that end we want to ensure that all stake<br />

holders feel that they have a voice in how our<br />

government works for the betterment of all.<br />

Canal Winchester<br />

City Council<br />

(Vote for three)<br />

SNYDER<br />

•Bob Clark, 370 Old Meadows Ct.,<br />

Canal Winchester, OH 43110<br />

Occupation: Retired<br />

Education, military,<br />

and/or political experience:<br />

I graduated from<br />

Ohio University with a<br />

B.S. degree in<br />

Communication. I have<br />

served on City Council<br />

since 2016. I have 25<br />

years of past experience<br />

as an aide<br />

CLARK<br />

for<br />

three different members of Congress. I<br />

served as Director of the Fairfield County<br />

Economic Development Department, and as<br />

an alternate on Canal’s Charter Review<br />

Commission in 2010.<br />

Goals if elected: I bring a unique experience<br />

that is valuable to CW residents. As a<br />

congressional aide, I helped the City secure a<br />

$477,000 federal grant, reducing the cost of<br />

the water treatment plant expansion for taxpayers.<br />

I supported economic development<br />

projects that bring in jobs and revenue to the<br />

city, so residents receive 100 percent credit to<br />

their taxes.<br />

•Scott Conner (address not provided)<br />

Occupation: State Trooper with the State of<br />

Ohio<br />

Education, military, and/or political experience:<br />

I previously ran stores for Lowes and<br />

Home Depot where I managed the stores<br />

budget and expenses, increased revenues,<br />

and headed a community outreach program.<br />

More recently, I have enjoyed being a public<br />

servant for the state of Ohio as a State<br />

Trooper for the past six years.<br />

Goals if elected: Public Safety: add additional<br />

deputies and push for more out of our<br />

Madison Township Police agreement.<br />

Responsible Growth: fix infrastructure, attract<br />

a better mixture of businesses, and maintain<br />

the small town feel. Communication: I believe<br />

in transparency in government and will meet<br />

you for open conversation anytime and anywhere.<br />

(No photo received.)<br />

•Chuck Milliken, 352 Cherokee Dr.<br />

Canal Winchester, Oh 43110<br />

Occupation: Letter<br />

Carrier with the United<br />

States Post Office<br />

Education, military,<br />

and/or political experience:<br />

I am a 2005<br />

graduate of Capital<br />

University where I<br />

majored in Communications<br />

and Business.<br />

While at Capital<br />

I served as President<br />

of Greek Life. I also<br />

MILLIKEN<br />

have 10 years experience in retail management.<br />

I currently serve as a leader and intern<br />

at C3 Church in Pickerington.<br />

Goals if elected: Canal Winchester’s contract<br />

with Waste Management is up for renewal<br />

in 2020. One of my goals is to have a contract<br />

that includes curbside pickup for recyclables.<br />

Another goal of mine is to work on<br />

finding an appropriate use for the Bob<br />

McDorman building on Waterloo that is currently<br />

unoccupied.<br />

•Randy Stemen, 22 Walnut View Ct. S.<br />

Canal Winchester,<br />

Ohio 43110<br />

Occupation: Senior<br />

Design Engineer<br />

Employer: Belcan<br />

Advanced Technology<br />

Education, military,<br />

and/or political experience:<br />

BSME (Mechanical<br />

Engineering)<br />

Ohio State University,<br />

MBA (Master<br />

Business), University STEMEN<br />

of Dayton, 1984,<br />

Canal Winchester High School, 1975. I have<br />

been a Design Engineer and Project Manager<br />

in the aerospace industry for 40 years.<br />

Looking forward to using my education and<br />

experience serving my hometown, Canal<br />

Winchester.<br />

Goals if elected: Canal Winchester is at a<br />

critical point. My primary focus is beneficial<br />

growth and community vision of our city.<br />

Through careful planning, review of proposed<br />

development, and utilizing experts, we can<br />

retain our small town charm and keep Canal<br />

Winchester a great and safe place to live,<br />

work and play.<br />

•Mike Walker, 184 Kramer St., Canal<br />

Winchester, OH 43110<br />

Occupation: Works for Columbia Gas.<br />

Education, military, and/or political experience:<br />

I have been employed by Columbia Gas<br />

of Ohio for 45 years. I am owner-operator of<br />

Master Mix DJ & Photo Booth. Currently vice<br />

president of Canal Winchester City Council.<br />

Goals if elected: Continuing to be responsible<br />

with economic<br />

growth is important to<br />

me while preserving<br />

the small town character<br />

of the town that<br />

is dear to all of our<br />

hearts. I would like to<br />

get the upgrades to<br />

the parks started and<br />

see our newest McGill<br />

Park open.<br />

Madison Township<br />

trustee<br />

(Vote for one)<br />

•John Kershner, 4887 Winchester Pike<br />

Columbus Ohio 43232<br />

Occupation: Founder, Technology Service<br />

Pros & Green Light<br />

Consultants<br />

Education, military,<br />

and/or political experience:<br />

1982 Groveport<br />

Madison graduate,<br />

1985 Ohio Institute of<br />

Photography & Technology.<br />

Army Reserve<br />

Artillery Chief of Section<br />

and trained leadership KERSHNER<br />

instructor. 2nd Vice<br />

American Legion. Past President Canal<br />

Winchester Groveport Rotary. Past VP DSAE,<br />

training executives to lead organizations. Past<br />

school board president. Founder of successful<br />

audio video and lighting technology company.<br />

Goals if elected: As a long time homeowner<br />

in Madison Township, I share your concerns<br />

about safety, property values, code<br />

enforcement and Township services. That’s<br />

why I’ll work hard to ensure our tax dollars are<br />

wisely spent, expenses are appropriate and<br />

necessary, proper oversight is ensured, and<br />

that excellent services are provided.<br />

•Deborah K. Miller, 5102 Zimmer Drive,<br />

Columbus (Madison Township), OH<br />

43232 (Write-in candidate)<br />

Occupation: Retired from McGraw-Hill<br />

Companies<br />

Education, military,<br />

and/or political experience:<br />

I graduated from<br />

Central High School,<br />

some college courses<br />

for business. I lived in<br />

Madison Township for<br />

45 years and worked<br />

with our youth for 38<br />

years through a sports<br />

WALKER<br />

MILLER<br />

program in the township. I am currently a<br />

member of the Blacklick Estates Block Watch<br />

and attend most township meetings.<br />

Goals if elected: I want to re-establish a<br />

trusting and open relationship between the<br />

See VOTERS GUIDE, page 5


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township administration and the communities being represented.<br />

Working together would bring forth the best ideas<br />

to benefit all who live and work here. There are many<br />

issues that need work and I am eager to put my time and<br />

energy into addressing solutions for these goals.<br />

•Michele Reynolds, 7130 Rosemount Way, Canal<br />

Winchester OH, 43110<br />

Occupation: Employed by the<br />

State of Ohio as Director of the<br />

Governor's Office of Faith-Based<br />

and Community Initiatives<br />

Education, military, and/or<br />

political experience: I hold four<br />

college degrees in Criminal<br />

Justice, Public Administration,<br />

Law and Business. I formerly<br />

worked in City and County government<br />

and I currently work for REYNOLDS<br />

CW Hall of Fame inductees<br />

Canal Winchester will induct four new<br />

members into its Athletics Hall of Fame<br />

with its 26th annual Hall of Fame induction<br />

ceremony on Sept. 13.<br />

The <strong>2019</strong> class includes Coach Jim<br />

Butts (1965-1995), Jarrod Genther ’14 and<br />

Kim (Martino) Thrush ’95 as Hall of Fame<br />

inductees with Steve Donahue (1985 —<br />

present) receiving the HOF’s Award of<br />

Merit.<br />

•Jim Butts was a mainstay at Canal<br />

Winchester High School spanning 30 years<br />

starting in 1965. A four time MSL Golf<br />

Coach of the year winner, he coached multiple<br />

sports and won numerous awards and<br />

recognition until his retirement in 1995.<br />

•Jarrod Genther, a 2014 graduate of<br />

CWHS, was a track and cross country<br />

standout winning 12 MSL championships<br />

during his four years. He was a four time<br />

All District Cross Country performer and<br />

graduated with<br />

school records in the<br />

1600, 3200, 4 x 800<br />

relay and cross<br />

country 5K. He<br />

earned a cross country<br />

scholarship from<br />

Ohio University<br />

where he was a four<br />

time scholar athlete<br />

and the 2015 All<br />

Ohio Champion in<br />

the 1500 meter run.<br />

•Kim (Martino)<br />

Thrush had a stellar<br />

softball career at<br />

CWHS from 1994-<br />

97. She was a four<br />

year letter winner<br />

including selection<br />

as a first team all<br />

MSL performer each<br />

year. A leader of the<br />

school’s 1996 final<br />

four team, she was<br />

the Central District<br />

player of the year<br />

Winchester<br />

Dental<br />

Call us today to schedule<br />

an appointment.<br />

Winchester Square<br />

Shopping Center<br />

614.834.1834<br />

Ladan Pourmoghadam<br />

D.D.S.<br />

the State of Ohio as the Director of the Governor's Office<br />

Faith-Based and Community Initiatives. I’m a member of<br />

the Jo Ann Davidson Institute.<br />

Goals if elected: As your next Madison Township<br />

Trustee, I will advocate for open and transparent government,<br />

save costs without cutting corners, build harmony<br />

between the cities and the township and promote public<br />

safety. I will not make promises I cannot keep and I will<br />

stand by you throughout my entire term in office.<br />

Meet the candidates night<br />

The Canal Winchester Area Chamber of<br />

Commerce will host a Meet the Candidate<br />

Night for Canal Winchester candidates on<br />

Oct. 17 from 6-8 p.m. at the Frances Steube<br />

Community Center, 22 S. Trine St., Canal<br />

Winchester.<br />

and a first team All Ohio selection for three<br />

consecutive years from 1995-97. After high<br />

school, Kim successfully continued her softball<br />

career with Ohio University and<br />

Capital.<br />

•Steve Donahue is a long time Canal<br />

Winchester resident and former principal<br />

and superintendent at Canal Winchester<br />

Schools.<br />

For over 30 years, his tireless efforts<br />

and many contributions epitomized the<br />

ideals of athletics at CWHS.<br />

The induction ceremony will take place<br />

Sept. 13 and will include a banquet ceremony<br />

starting at 4:45 p.m. in the Canal<br />

Winchester High School Cafetorium followed<br />

by recognition at halftime of the football<br />

game with Teays Valley.<br />

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Our Family Helping Your Family<br />

Saturday,<br />

October 5, <strong>2019</strong><br />

9:00-1:00<br />

Canal<br />

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Bring your used<br />

eyeglasses to donate to<br />

the Lions Club<br />

<br />

St. Vincent de Paul<br />

Society will be<br />

collecting clothing &<br />

household items<br />

<br />

Canal Winchester<br />

Food Pantry will be<br />

collecting nonperishable<br />

food items<br />

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Compliments of<br />

Dwayne R. Spence<br />

Funeral Home<br />

DWAYNE R. SPENCE<br />

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650 W. Waterloo St.<br />

Canal Winchester, OH<br />

614-837-7126<br />

www.spencefuneralhome.com<br />

Time for sweet corn<br />

<strong>Messenger</strong> photo by Rick Palsgrove<br />

Megan Bausum of Rhoads Farms in Circleville bags up some fresh produce for a<br />

customer at the Canal Winchester Farmers’ Market in downtown Canal Winchester<br />

on Aug. 24. Among the items for sale was a fresh stack of sweet corn. Logan Bausum<br />

also helped run the booth. The market, located near Stradley Park, 36 S. High St., is<br />

open each Saturday through Sept. 28 (rain or shine) from 9 a.m. to noon. Shop the<br />

market for fresh vegetables, fruits and herbs, home-baked goods, and more. Take a<br />

moment to slow down and savor the sights, sounds, and tastes of an old-fashioned<br />

marketplace. For information about the Canal Winchester Farmers Market, visit<br />

thecwfm.com, destinationcw.org, or contact Karen Stiles at 614-270-5053.


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Village of Lithopolis<br />

Business<br />

Spotlight<br />

Open Late ‘Til 8!<br />

The second and fourth<br />

Thursday of each month,<br />

Lithopolis Shops will be open<br />

until 8 p.m.<br />

Visit Yesteryear’s Antiques,<br />

The Secret Gift<br />

Shop, Upscale Decor &<br />

More and Law & Benson<br />

Olde Country Store in downtown<br />

Lithopolis.<br />

In addition to Columbus<br />

Street eateries, Eldridge &<br />

Fiske Brewing Company will<br />

feature live music with Eric<br />

Solomon from 6-9 p.m.<br />

See you in Lithopolis!<br />

Buggy Seat Antiques<br />

Envy<br />

Nail Spa<br />

4650 Waterloo Rd.<br />

Canal Winchester, OH 43110<br />

(614) 920-1834<br />

Open 10:00 am - 5:00 pm<br />

Wednesday - Saturday<br />

Or by Appointment<br />

edwardrutter@att.net<br />

Freda Rutter, Owner<br />

614.829.2428<br />

Providing professional<br />

nail & waxing services<br />

87 E. Columbus St., Lithopolis, OH 43136<br />

Walk ins welcome, Appointment Preferred<br />

Mon.-Fri. 10-7 Sat. 10-5 Sun. 11-4<br />

Mention ad and receive<br />

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Upcoming Lithopolis events<br />

The following community events will<br />

btake place in the village of Lithopolis in the<br />

coming months. See you in Lithopolis!<br />

•Sept. 22; Style to a Tea - Style show,<br />

tea, music, art and doorprizes (facebook:<br />

Shop Lithopolis).<br />

•Oct. 3, 4 & 5: Harvest Thyme Shop<br />

(facebook: Shop Lithopolis).<br />

•Oct. 12: Gatsby at The Wagnalls : 2nd<br />

annual 1920’s Gatsby-themed benefit. Visit<br />

wagnalls.org.<br />

•Dec. 14: Simply Christmas events<br />

(facebook: Simply Christmas in Lithopolis).<br />

Gatsby at the Wagnalls<br />

The Wagnalls Memorial, 150 E. Columbus<br />

St., Lithopolis invites you to the second<br />

annual Gatsby at Wagnalls on Oct. 12.<br />

Come experience the magical spirit of the<br />

www.OldeCountryStoreLithopolis.com<br />

Family Owned and<br />

Operated Since 1926<br />

36 East Columbus Street<br />

Lithopolis, OH 43136<br />

(614) 837-4705<br />

Eileen Law Benson & Kathlynn Benson Moling<br />

Proprietors<br />

Faler Feed<br />

Store, Inc.<br />

Serving Central Ohio Since 1936<br />

4360 Cedar Hill Rd. P.O. Box 277<br />

Lithopolis, Ohio 43136<br />

(P) 614-837-4494<br />

(F) 614-837-3273<br />

Falers4360@sbcglobal.net<br />

FalerFeedStore.com<br />

The Pump House<br />

Pizza & Burgers<br />

Spirits<br />

614-837-6823 • 614-837-9306<br />

Dine In and Carry Out<br />

17-21 E. Columbus St. Lithopolis, OH 43136<br />

Mon. - 4pm-11pm<br />

Tues.-Sat. 11am-11pm<br />

www.facebook.com/thepumphouse2017<br />

Fairfield County’s “Best Kept Secret”<br />

Roaring Twenties at a glamorous evening<br />

wearing your finest attire or Gatsby-themed<br />

couture. The event will benefit Wagnalls<br />

Memorial Foundation. There will be a silent<br />

auction featuring unique items and gift<br />

packages. Early bird ticket: $45 and general<br />

ticket: $50. For information, contact Alexis<br />

via email at socialmedia@linearcreative.com<br />

or call 216-741-1533.<br />

Trail of Scarecrows<br />

Creative and unique scarecrows will be<br />

displayed on the lamp posts in downtown<br />

Lithopolis during the month of October as<br />

part of the Fairfield County Trail of Scarecrows.<br />

(VisitFairfieldCounty.org; Facebook-<br />

Fairfield County Trail of Scarecrows). Visit<br />

Lithopolis during Harvest Thyme Shop Hop<br />

on October 3, 4 and 5 to cast your vote for<br />

“Shopper's Choice.” Lithopolis individuals,<br />

families, businesses, organizations and<br />

Yesteryear’s<br />

Antiques, LLC<br />

614-266-3418<br />

Always buying antiques &<br />

collectibles, odd and unusual<br />

70 E. Columbus St., Lithopolis, OH 43136<br />

Open 7 Days a Week 11am to 6pm<br />

Please “Like & Follow” us on Facebook<br />

www.pedregalrestaurant.com<br />

44 E. Columbus Street, Lithopolis, OH 43136<br />

Hours:<br />

Mon.-Thur. 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM<br />

Fri. & Sat. 11:00 AM - 10:30 PM<br />

Sun. 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM<br />

Phone: 614-829-2394 Fax: 614-829-2396<br />

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The Secret Gift Shop<br />

A unique shop, where you can find something<br />

for just about anyone, including yourself<br />

Lesli Brewer, Owner<br />

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614-578-7787<br />

Thesecretgs@yahoo.com<br />

Mention this ad and receive<br />

10% DISCOUNT<br />

churches who would like to participate in<br />

the display may pick up a registration form<br />

at Yesteryear’s Antiques or Law & Benson<br />

Olde Country Store. Call 614-837-4705.<br />

Style to a Tea<br />

“The Loft” at The Wagnalls Memorial,<br />

150 E. Columbus St., Lithopolis, will host<br />

Style to at Tea on Sept. 22 from noon to 3<br />

p.m. At noon, gathering music will be performed<br />

by the Fairfield County Strings Duo<br />

with vendor shopping, a silent auction, and<br />

raffles. At 1 p.m. there will be tea and eats,<br />

a style show, door prizes, and entertainment<br />

by The Treble Clefs. Fashions by JC Penney,<br />

Lancaster. Tea and pastries by Das<br />

KaffeeHaus; sandwiches. Featured local<br />

artist is Janet Kelly Kosmider. Pre-sale<br />

tickets only, $12 for adults, and $6 for children.<br />

For information call 614-837-4705.<br />

Your Local Realtor celebrating 20 years of<br />

helping Home Buyers and Sellers!<br />

Tammy Roof Elliott<br />

614-226-6953 (mobile)<br />

TammyRoofElliott.com<br />

<br />

&<br />

<br />

Hours:<br />

Mon-Thursday 4-10<br />

Friday 4-1am<br />

Saturday 2-1am<br />

Sunday 2-10<br />

9 E. Columbus St.<br />

Lithopolis, OH 43136<br />

(614) 829-3186<br />

Upscale Decor & More<br />

Affordable, functional home furnishings,<br />

décor and a lot more!<br />

Wendy Roush, Owner<br />

614.314.0481<br />

44 E. Columbus Street, Rear Bldg.<br />

Lithopolis, OH 43136<br />

Please like & follow us on facebook<br />

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• Fitness activities<br />

• Health Information from a gender perspective<br />

• Style show (fashions by Chico’s)<br />

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Paws in the Park<br />

Zoey, a border collie owned by Joel Bright, leaps through a<br />

hoop while completing the obstacle course at the sixth annual<br />

Canal Winchester Lions Club’s Paws in the Park event held in<br />

Stradley Park in downtown Canal Winchester on Aug. 24.<br />

Proceeds went to Pilot Dogs, which trains guide dogs for the<br />

blind. Kendra Gilger of the CW Lions Club said the Lions<br />

donated 2,000 eyeglasses last year to the Ohio State School<br />

of Opthalmology. The students check and refurbish the glasses<br />

and send them to areas where people have little to no<br />

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the water and poses no health threat.<br />

Estimated return time 3 p.m.<br />

CW hydrant flushing<br />

“Matilda the Musical”<br />

Should you notice discoloration or other<br />

Participants will be picked up from<br />

Canal Winchester’s Division of Water side effects from hydrant flushing, the Wagnalls Community Theater’s Groveport KidSpace, 630 Wirt Road and<br />

will flush fire hydrants between 8 a.m. and water department suggests the following: “Matilda the Musical” will be performed will return to KidSpace after the adventure.<br />

3:30 p.m., Monday — Friday, from Sept. 23— •If you encounter discolored water, shut Oct. 25 - Nov. 10 on Friday and Saturday at<br />

Oct. 11.<br />

your water off and wait several minutes. 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m. in the Prices will be determined monthly<br />

The water department offers tips for After waiting, check the clarity by running Wagnalls Memorial Library auditorium, based on each trip location. Space is limited.<br />

residents when crews are flushing cold water for a few minutes to allow new 150 E. Columbus St., Lithopolis<br />

hydrants in your area:<br />

water to flow into your pipes. If the water For information email wagnallscommunitytheater@gmail.com.<br />

Call 614-836-3333 to register and pay by<br />

•If you see a hydrant being flushed on is still discolored, wait a few minutes and<br />

Sept. 25. $3 per person.<br />

your street, avoid running tap water, washing<br />

machines or dishwashers until flushing hours before the water is completely clear.<br />

check again. In some cases, it may be a few<br />

Visit historic train depot Wagnalls Memorial Library<br />

in your area is complete.<br />

•Avoid washing laundry during scheduled<br />

•If you see hydrant flushing crews working,<br />

please drive carefully and treat them have been flushed, wait until water runs arts and education program on Sept. 27. Columbus St., Lithopolis, is open Monday -<br />

flushing hours. After hydrants in your area Programs on the Go! is an adult daytime Wagnalls Memorial Library, 150 E.<br />

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and learning new skills, discussions a.m. to 2 p.m. and closed on Friday and<br />

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During or immediately following dark laundry before doing lights or whites.<br />

hydrant flushing, tap water may appear •If water pressure or volume seems low, and exploring new forms of art and education<br />

with the benefit of transportation. For information call (614) 837-4765 or<br />

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xClassified Services<br />

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e!!<br />

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Gutter Cleaning Special - $75.00<br />

Fall Yard Clean-up • Leaf Removal<br />

• Shrub Cut Back<br />

Free Est.<br />

238-9237<br />

9-29<br />

Ask For Bob E/SE<br />

Fall Clean-Up Specials<br />

Still accepting new clients<br />

for lawn care.<br />

Mulching, leaf removal.<br />

Free est. Call Patrick<br />

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LET US MAINTAIN<br />

YOUR LAWN & GARDEN<br />

FOR YOU<br />

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Mulching, Hauling,<br />

Garden Pond &<br />

Home Maint.<br />

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$20 & Up<br />

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MOVING<br />

A Complete<br />

Moving<br />

Reasonable, Reliable<br />

No Job Too Small<br />

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Free Estimate<br />

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Aaron Allen Moving<br />

Local Moving Since 1956<br />

Bonded & Insured<br />

614-299-6683, 263-0649<br />

Celebrating 60 yrs in business<br />

PAINTING<br />

Painter Over 30 Yrs Exp.<br />

Free Est. Reas Rates<br />

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A Job Well Done Again<br />

A lic. General Contractor<br />

Some Skilled Services<br />

Incl: Painting • Stucco,<br />

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A<br />

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Single deck $69 + tax<br />

2 Tier deck $99 + tax<br />

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resident. Lic./bonded/Ins.<br />

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BBB. Dennis Robinson<br />

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SEWING MACHINE<br />

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• Tree Removal<br />

• Tree Trimming 9-29<br />

A&M<br />

• Stump Grinding<br />

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9/29<br />

E/SE<br />

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Stump Grinding<br />

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hauling. 614-598-6247<br />

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TROTT<br />

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A<br />

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Free Est. - Fully Ins.<br />

Call 614-235-3791<br />

Cell 614-738-0682


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