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<strong>May</strong> 3, <strong>2020</strong> www.columbusmessenger.com Vol. XXXV No. 24<br />

Primary election results, page 2<br />

Front porch smiles<br />

By Kristy Zurbrick<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> Editor<br />

Daily briefings from the governor. Stay<br />

at home orders. Job worries. Safety concerns.<br />

It’s heavy stuff. So, when something light<br />

comes along—something that makes you<br />

smile and is, in fact, all<br />

about smiles and letting<br />

loose a little—it’s welcome<br />

relief.<br />

Enter the Front<br />

Porch Project. Across<br />

the nation, photographers<br />

are snapping photos<br />

of families gathered<br />

outside their front doors.<br />

Some families are striking<br />

traditional poses;<br />

others are going the comedic route. All are<br />

coming away with portraits from a time in<br />

history they will never forget.<br />

“What we’ve enjoyed most is people<br />

showing who they are or who they’ve been<br />

during quarantine,” said Jenna Webster,<br />

“I thought this was such a<br />

great idea to have a little fun,<br />

from a safe distance, and be<br />

able to have a professional picture<br />

to remember these unprecedented<br />

times.”<br />

who with her husband, Mickey, jumped on<br />

the Front Porch bandwagon.<br />

Jenna and Mickey run Webster Photographics<br />

in London. They got involved in the<br />

pandemic portrait project at the urging of<br />

fellow London resident Aundrea Robinson.<br />

“Friends in my hometown were doing it,<br />

so I asked the Websters<br />

about doing it here,”<br />

Robinson said.<br />

Jenna ran it by London<br />

<strong>May</strong>or Patrick<br />

Closser, who was all for<br />

it, especially when he<br />

found out that all proceeds<br />

were going to<br />

HELP House, a community<br />

outreach center in<br />

London that provides<br />

food, clothing and other services to families<br />

in need. The Websters collected no fees for<br />

themselves, only requesting donations for<br />

HELP House from the families who participated<br />

and anyone else who wanted to pitch<br />

in.<br />

London <strong>May</strong>or Patrick Closser<br />

about the Front Porch Project<br />

Photo courtesy of Webster Photographics<br />

London <strong>May</strong>or Patrick Closser (left), his son, Maddoxx, 4, and his wife, Melissa, pose<br />

for a Front Porch Project portrait. “We knew we wanted to do something fun for our picture,”<br />

Closser said. “Melissa came up with the ‘Superheroes Quarantined’ theme that in<br />

a fun way showed how life is sometimes now–being in pajamas, finding things to stay<br />

occupied, masks, gloves, hand sanitizer and beverages.”<br />

Photo courtesy of Webster Photographics<br />

For their Front Porch Project portrait, the Gravely family shed a humorous light on their<br />

lives during COVID-19: (front row, from left) Scotlyn and Lilly; (back row) Payton, Scott<br />

and Dondi.<br />

“I thought this was such a great idea to<br />

have a little fun, from a safe distance, and<br />

be able to have a professional picture to remember<br />

these unprecedented times,” said<br />

Closser, who helped to promote the project<br />

on social media.<br />

It took off. Between April 24 and April<br />

27, the Websters snapped front porch portraits<br />

of nearly 90 London families and<br />

raised nearly $2,000 for HELP House.<br />

“We set up time slots. Our 11-year-old<br />

son was the light man, I was the chauffeur,<br />

and my husband was the photographer.<br />

Everything was done at a distance using a<br />

long lens,” Jenna said.<br />

At each house, the Websters took a traditional<br />

shot and/or a silly shot, depending<br />

on what each family had in mind.<br />

Robinson and her family went with a traditional<br />

pose for their first shot, then she<br />

and her husband, Pete, surprised their children—Codie,<br />

14, Barleigh, 12, and Gracie, 9—<br />

for the second shot, covering them in Silly<br />

String they pulled from their back pockets.<br />

“It was a great way to get away from the<br />

reality of what is going on. We’re all at<br />

home; might as well make the most of it,”<br />

Robinson said.<br />

The Edleys went with two different<br />

themes for their portraits. In the first one,<br />

they wore protective masks with superhero<br />

themes. In the second, they conveyed what<br />

they were missing during quarantine. Brannon<br />

Edley, an offensive coach for the London<br />

High School football team and the<br />

school’s freshman basketball coach, held a<br />

sign that read, “I miss sports.” His wife, Tia,<br />

held wine and a sign that read, “I miss my<br />

alone time.” Their three older children—<br />

Mya, 9, Ava, 8, and Willow, 6—are involved<br />

in sports, so they wore their uniforms. The<br />

youngest, B.J., 2, dressed as Captain America<br />

holding a football.<br />

“We signed up because the proceeds were<br />

going to the food pantry, and we wanted to<br />

help with that,” said Tia, a nurse in the<br />

labor and delivery department at <strong>Madison</strong><br />

Health. “And this is something we will be<br />

remembering for the rest of our lives and a<br />

fun way to remember it.”<br />

Amy Moffett signed up for a Front Porch<br />

session for many reasons.<br />

“I thought it was a neat idea for a good<br />

cause, and we were overdue to take a family<br />

picture anyway,” she said. “We didn’t get<br />

See PORCH page 2


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Primary results: Wallace wins commissioner race<br />

By Kristy Zurbrick<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> Editor<br />

Winners of the two contested races in the<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Republican primary election<br />

are Plain City resident Chris Wallace<br />

for county commissioner and London resident<br />

Stacey L. McKenzie for county treasurer,<br />

according to unofficial results posted<br />

on April 28 by the <strong>Madison</strong> County Board of<br />

Elections.<br />

Wallace received roughly double the<br />

votes of each of his opponents, Darrell<br />

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Champer of Mount Sterling and incumbent<br />

David Hunter of London, tallying 1,543<br />

votes to their 740 and 823, respectively.<br />

Wallace is running for the commissioner<br />

term that starts on Jan. 3, 2021. Incumbent<br />

Mark Forrest of West Jefferson ran unopposed<br />

for the commissioner term that starts<br />

on Jan. 2, 2021.<br />

McKenzie is running to fill the seat of<br />

Treasurer Donna Landis, who is retiring<br />

from the position at the end of her term.<br />

McKenzie, a London resident, received<br />

1,598 votes to Cooper’s 1,273. Cooper is from<br />

Mount Sterling.<br />

All three issues on the ballot pertained to<br />

Plain City and all three passed.<br />

Residents approved the village’s request<br />

to form a commission to frame a new charter<br />

for the village. They also approved a list of<br />

15 people to serve on the commission: James<br />

Baker, Linda Beachy, Kerri Ferguson,<br />

Sherry Headlee, Darren Lee, Michael Malone,<br />

Anthony Matessa, Melissa McCoy, Carrie<br />

McGlaughlin, Amy Rucker, Raymond<br />

Skidmore, Michael Terry, Galen Troyer,<br />

Bobbi Watkins and Glenn Wheeler.<br />

The commission has one year to draft a<br />

constitution setting how the municipality<br />

will function, from how legislation is passed<br />

to how council members are elected. When<br />

the draft is complete, it will be put on the<br />

ballot for a vote. The charter commission<br />

question was put before voters in expectation<br />

that the village will achieve city status<br />

following the <strong>2020</strong> census.<br />

Voters passed the Plain City police department’s<br />

request for replacement of its 5-<br />

year operations levy for a continuing period<br />

of time.<br />

Voters also favored the Plain City Public<br />

Library’s request for renewal of a 1.5-mill<br />

property tax for five years for current expenses.<br />

The library’s tax base covers the<br />

Jonathan Alder Local School District.<br />

Based on the <strong>Madison</strong> County Board of<br />

Elections’ unofficial results, 4,944 of the<br />

county’s 24,627 voters cast ballots in the primary<br />

election, for a turnout of 20.08 percent.<br />

The election was originally scheduled<br />

for March 17 but was postponed to April 28<br />

in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19)<br />

pandemic.<br />

The board will run the official canvass on<br />

<strong>May</strong> 19. Still to be counted are 273 provisional<br />

ballots and any mailed-in ballots<br />

postmarked by April 27 and received by<br />

<strong>May</strong> 8. For a full rundown of the unofficial<br />

results, visit www.boe.ohio.gov/madison/.<br />

CANDIDATES<br />

The candidates who received the most votes<br />

are marked with an asterisk (*).<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Commissioner<br />

(Term starting on Jan. 3, 2021)<br />

Darrell Champer..................740 (23.82%)<br />

David Hunter ........................823 (26.5%)<br />

*Chris Wallace..................1,543 (49.68%)<br />

PORCH<br />

Continued from page 1<br />

creative like a lot of the other families. We<br />

just went pretty traditional. We’ve been<br />

wearing a lot of sweatpants, so it was nice<br />

to put on nice clothes for a change and stand<br />

out in the nice weather.”<br />

The photo session was quick and easy,<br />

Moffett said. She and her husband, Tom,<br />

and children, Lainey, 8, and Sully, 4, came<br />

away with that overdue family picture, as<br />

well as a sense of being part of a community<br />

coming together for something positive.<br />

“This will be a nice keepsake from a time<br />

that hasn’t been all bad. There have been<br />

silver linings, like more time together as a<br />

family... and neighbors helping each other,”<br />

said Moffett, who traded her husband’s famous<br />

lasagna for some of her neighbor’s<br />

paper towels and thanked another neighbor<br />

for bread by giving her jelly.<br />

“I think everyone in the community had<br />

a lot of fun with it,” said Jenna about the<br />

Front Porch Project. “It brought everyone<br />

out of the shell that we’ve been hunkered<br />

down in.”<br />

She said she and Mickey were blown<br />

away by the reception the project received<br />

and the feedback they’ve gotten.<br />

“The participation, to me, is truly amazing.<br />

It shows how great this community is,”<br />

Jenna said. “And everybody has been so appreciative,<br />

so grateful, and so willing to donate.”<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Commissioner<br />

(Term starting on Jan. 2, 2021)<br />

*Mark Forrest ......................2,555 (100%)<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Treasurer<br />

Ashley Cooper ................1,273 (44.34%)<br />

*Stacey McKenzie............1,598 (55.66%)<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Prosecuting Attorney<br />

*Nicholas Adkins ................2,600 (100%)<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Sheriff<br />

*John Swaney ....................2,742 (100%)<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Recorder<br />

*Charles Reed ....................2,670 (100%)<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Engineer<br />

*Bryan Dhume ....................2,636 (100%)<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Coroner<br />

*James Kaehr ....................2,644 (100%)<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Court of Common<br />

Pleas Judge, Probate Division<br />

*Christopher Brown ............2,649 (100%)<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Clerk of Courts<br />

Common Pleas<br />

*Renae Zabloudil ................2,629 (100%)<br />

State Senator - 10th District<br />

*Robert Hackett ..................2,703 (100%)<br />

State Representative - 74th District<br />

*Bill Dean ............................2,566 (100%)<br />

Grilling, gaming, graduation and, of<br />

course, toilet paper made the shot for the<br />

Huff family’s Front Porch Project pose:<br />

(front row, from left) Brylee and Taven;<br />

(second row) Darian and Thaddeus; (back<br />

row) Greg and Andee.<br />

Besides families, others who posed for<br />

portraits included the London Police Department,<br />

London Fire Department, and<br />

the staff at Union Street Salon.<br />

The Websters collected money for HELP<br />

House through <strong>May</strong> 1. Many of the photos<br />

they took can be viewed on their Facebook<br />

page at “Webster Photographics LLC.”


www.madisonmessengernews.com <strong>May</strong> 3, <strong>2020</strong> - MADISON MESSENGER - Page 3<br />

Mount Sterling approves contract with West Jeff<br />

By Andrew Garrett<br />

Staff Writer<br />

Mount Sterling village council authorized a contract for the village<br />

of West Jefferson to provide certain management services to<br />

Mount Sterling, much to the ire of Becky Martin, Mount Sterling<br />

council president pro tem.<br />

Passed on emergency on April 27, the resolution is an addendum<br />

to an existing services agreement between the two municipalities.<br />

Per that agreement, West Jefferson is to provide inspection services<br />

for building, planning and zoning permits to Mount Sterling at no<br />

cost. The addendum calls for West Jefferson’s building, zoning and<br />

planning director—with the assistance of his department—to also<br />

provide certain management duties at the cost of $25,000 per year.<br />

Martin objected to the addendum for a number of reasons, first<br />

being that it was presented as an emergency.<br />

“I don’t see what the big hurry is to get this passed right now.<br />

Something this important deserves three readings so the public has<br />

ample time to consider it,” she said.<br />

Martin said there is no rush for these services because, due the<br />

COVID-19 situation, big projects that need oversight won’t begin<br />

for the foreseeable future. Passing it as an<br />

emergency was unnecessary and only<br />

served to cut the public out of the process,<br />

she contended.<br />

Martin also took issue with the fact that<br />

Mount Sterling is opting out of hiring a dedicated<br />

village administrator. According to<br />

Martin, Mount Sterling would be in a position<br />

of taking second place to West Jefferson.<br />

She said West Jefferson’s building,<br />

zoning and planning director would be<br />

available only for consultation and to address<br />

problems as they came up, not to manage<br />

in full capacity like a village<br />

administrator would.<br />

“Under such an agreement, the village<br />

will always be in a position of constantly<br />

being reactive instead of proactive,” she<br />

said.<br />

Council member Jay Pettey said the village<br />

is contracting for services, not for a particular<br />

person. Paying $25,000 per year for<br />

those services compared to $60,000 annually<br />

for an administrator’s salary would be<br />

a considerable savings for Mount Sterling,<br />

he said.<br />

Martin was the only dissenting voice on<br />

the vote.<br />

Council also passed an ordinance conveying<br />

a utility easement to the Ohio Power<br />

Company (also known as AEP). The utility<br />

company will pay the village $15,886 for<br />

0.706 acres on the back corner of Mason<br />

Park. The company’s plan is to erect two<br />

large poles as part of an integrated power<br />

loop on the property.<br />

The placement of the poles will not interfere<br />

with recreational activities in the park<br />

in any way, according to Courtney Bricker, the village’s fiscal officer.<br />

The power company agreed to move the poles 50 feet back in<br />

response to objections to the original plans which had high tension<br />

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community calendar<br />

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Fish Fries<br />

American Legion Post 201 of West Jefferson<br />

will not be holding fish fries in <strong>May</strong>.<br />

Clothes Closet<br />

United Church, 30 E. Columbus St.,<br />

Mount Sterling, operates the Clothes Closet,<br />

a clothing giveaway, the second Saturday of<br />

each month. However, due to COVID-19,<br />

the Clothes Closet is closed until further notice.<br />

There will be no giveaway date in <strong>May</strong>.<br />

For more information, call Kathy Endres at<br />

(740) 869-3755 or Mary Alkire at (740) 604-<br />

1213.<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Republican<br />

Central Committee<br />

The <strong>Madison</strong> County Republican Central<br />

Committee’s <strong>May</strong> 5 meeting is cancelled.<br />

HELP House<br />

Clothing Outreach<br />

H.E.L.P. House Community Outreach is<br />

sponsoring a children’s clothing outreach<br />

from noon to 3 p.m. <strong>May</strong> 6. The event will<br />

be held on the H.E.L.P. House loading dock.<br />

Participants are encouraged to wear masks.<br />

Social distancing guidelines will be in place<br />

during the event.<br />

On <strong>May</strong> 9, adult clothing will be distributed<br />

from the loading dock from 11:30 a.m.<br />

to 2 p.m.<br />

H.E.L.P. House is located at 122 E. Center<br />

St., London. Call (740) 852-1980 or email<br />

helphouse@hotmail.com for more information.<br />

Mount Sterling Library<br />

Mount Sterling Public Library, 60 W.<br />

Columbus St., is offering the following limited<br />

services between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.<br />

Monday through Thursday and between 10<br />

a.m. and 2 p.m. Friday and Saturday”<br />

• library card registration over the<br />

phone, (740) 869-2430;<br />

• outside pickup of items requested by<br />

phone. The library is limited to the items on<br />

the library shelves because the state library<br />

delivery is shut down. Search for items in<br />

the “Mt. Sterling Public Library Catalog;”<br />

• reference information and reader's advisory;<br />

and<br />

• various online services.<br />

Plain City Library<br />

To mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and<br />

ensure a safe reopening of the library, the<br />

Plain City Public Library building will remain<br />

closed to the public until further notice.<br />

Meeting room reservations and<br />

in-house library events are cancelled for the<br />

month of <strong>May</strong>.<br />

The library continues to provide essential<br />

curbside services, including but not limited<br />

to urgent faxes and prints and material<br />

pick-up for teachers, homeschooling parents,<br />

and students. This service is available<br />

12-5 p.m. Monday through Wednesday.<br />

Live online storytimes continue to take<br />

place at 10:30 a.m. Mondays and Wednesdays<br />

on the library’s Facebook, Twitter and<br />

Youtube channels.<br />

For curbside assistance or other essential<br />

needs not listed above, call the library at<br />

(614) 873-4912, ext. 121. At this time, the library<br />

plans to expand curbside services<br />

starting <strong>May</strong> 4 to include nonessential services.<br />

The library’s social media accounts on<br />

Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are being<br />

monitored and updated daily. Visit social<br />

media or www.plaincitylib.org/covid-19 for<br />

the most up-to-date information.<br />

The library is located at 305 W. Main St.,<br />

Plain City.<br />

HBML Board Meeting<br />

Hurt/Battelle Memorial Library in West<br />

Jefferson will hold an emergency board<br />

meeting at 6 p.m. <strong>May</strong> 5. Due to the coronavirus<br />

(COVID-19), the meeting will take<br />

place electronically via Zoom. The board will<br />

discuss topics related to COVID-19, including<br />

but not limited to reopening the library,<br />

staff pay and the Families First COVID Response<br />

Act. Anyone who wishes to link in to<br />

the meeting should send their email address<br />

to Tara McClaskie at tmcclaskie@hbmlibrary.org.<br />

The moderator will send the information<br />

needed to join the meeting.<br />

Participants will need to download the<br />

Zoom app.<br />

Plain City 4-Mile Run/Walk<br />

The 14th Annual Plain City 4-Mile<br />

Run/Walk is going virtual for <strong>2020</strong>. Anyone<br />

who wishes to participate has from the<br />

morning of June 20 to the end of the day on<br />

June 27 to complete your four miles. Do it<br />

any way you want—on a treadmill, walking<br />

the dog, your usual jogging route, whatever<br />

works. If you choose to turn in a time, great!<br />

But it is not required. (Instructions on submitting<br />

your time will be sent the morning<br />

of June 20.)<br />

Organizers are guaranteeing a shirt,<br />

medal and bib to the first 150 registrants.<br />

Their goal is get these items to participants<br />

before June 20 so they can wear them for<br />

post-race selfies. Packet pick-up will be the<br />

weekend before (details to follow). Organizers<br />

will mail any remaining packets.<br />

Go to runsignup.com to register (search<br />

for Plain City).<br />

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Heritage Commission flower sale<br />

The South Charleston Heritage Commission is holding a pop-up<br />

flower sale (hanging pots, planters and flats) from noon to 2 p.m.<br />

<strong>May</strong> 10 at the Polar Bar, 109 N. Chillicothe St., South Charleston.<br />

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• HOT & COLD DELI FOODS TO GO<br />

• COLD BEER & FINE WINES<br />

• FRUIT BASKETS AVAILABLE ANYTIME<br />

Jim Dempsey<br />

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• OHIO LOTTERY-LOTTO<br />

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• ATM MACHINE<br />

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• PHONE CARDS<br />

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* Funerals<br />

* Cremation<br />

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* Pre-Arrangements<br />

* All price ranges<br />

* Free Grief Support<br />

Groups<br />

“locally owned & operated by people you know & trust”<br />

South Charleston<br />

By Linda Dillman<br />

Staff Writer<br />

South Charleston resident and business<br />

owner Karl Loveless is putting his computer<br />

skills to work to create online classes for<br />

students interested in Junior Achievement<br />

(JA) at Southeastern Local Schools’ Miami<br />

View Elementary and Springfield City<br />

Schools’ Fulton Elementary.<br />

Traditionally taught in the classroom by<br />

volunteers, JA introduces students to financial<br />

and economic literacy through life-skills<br />

development.<br />

Armed with traditional JA materials<br />

geared for third- and fifth-graders, Loveless<br />

is hybridizing the material to appeal to a<br />

slightly broader range of students. He said<br />

demand from teachers for online lessons<br />

skyrocketed following Ohio Governor Mike<br />

DeWine’s school closure declarations related<br />

to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.<br />

Loveless hopes to have the material<br />

available early this month–recorded, accessible,<br />

and as timeless as possible. Pending<br />

final JA management approval, Loveless intends<br />

for the distance learning lessons to be<br />

accessible to any student, parent or teacher<br />

anywhere, anytime.<br />

“I’m a web developer and IT guy who’s<br />

creating a more elaborate online system of<br />

teaching than just a laptop camera and<br />

mic,” he said.<br />

“First, I had to get my own technological<br />

infrastructure set up–a home studio of<br />

cameras and lighting. JA has given our regional<br />

JA offices–we few volunteers able to<br />

do this–a green light to mix and match material<br />

as we deem appropriate.”<br />

Loveless’s tenure as a JA volunteer goes<br />

back a dozen years in high school classrooms<br />

and in a few third- and eighth-grade<br />

classes, as well. He got involved with the organization<br />

after volunteering in the state’s<br />

Ohio Reads program in the late 1990s and<br />

early 2000s.<br />

Ohio Reads was a state sponsored program<br />

for trained volunteers to tutor students<br />

having difficulty with their early<br />

reading skills. Loveless worked with students<br />

one-on-one in first- through thirdgrade<br />

classrooms at Miami View and<br />

Fulton. He also has taught programs at the<br />

high school level in Springfield City Schools.<br />

“One of the Miami View Elementary<br />

teachers recommended me to the JA office<br />

and I never looked back,” recalled Loveless,<br />

who joined the Mad River Region JA board<br />

three years ago.<br />

“I’ve told people that since my livelihood<br />

is freelance with some time flexibility and<br />

since I don’t play golf, volunteering with JA<br />

is a hobby—one that positively affects young<br />

people,” he said.<br />

Michael Rivera, a family and consumer<br />

www.madisonmessengernews.com<br />

Stepping up by going digital<br />

Karl Loveless, a resident and business owner in South<br />

Charleston, is a long-time Junior Achievement volunteer. Even<br />

with schools closed due o COVID-19, he is finding a way to continue<br />

providing economic and business lessons to area students.<br />

sciences teacher at Southeastern High School, can attest to the positive<br />

impact Loveless has had on students.<br />

“He taught two specific groups of students, College and Career<br />

Readiness (my ninth-graders) and Consumer Economics (my 12thgraders).<br />

The lessons he brought to my classroom involved preparing<br />

to be productive employees and wise financially literate adults.”<br />

Rivera said Loveless created a website with current and relevant<br />

information that he used in his classroom presentations.<br />

“He is a bright man with a creative mind,” Rivera said. “He also<br />

has a passion for his community and feels it is his duty and opportunity<br />

to invest in the young people who will be entrusted with the<br />

community in the not so far future.”<br />

About Junior Achievement<br />

While JA is more than 100 years old, the organization really hit<br />

its stride in the late 1970s with an emphasis on life skills and personal<br />

planning related to business and the economy. The people<br />

teaching the material are real-world business people who volunteer<br />

their time to show what is possible and how adults apply their own<br />

education.<br />

Michelle Speas, president of JA’s Mad River Region, has a background<br />

in accounting and business management and worked in the<br />

non-profit sector for 15 years.<br />

“Watching my daughters navigate life after high school, it became<br />

clear to me that students don’t always know what their options<br />

are,” Speas said. “They lack the tools to make an educated<br />

decision, and that’s a tough spot to be when you have to decide what<br />

you are doing next with your life.<br />

“JA gives me an opportunity to reach students at all ages and<br />

give them some tools that can hopefully make that decision a little<br />

easier. Junior Achievement’s mission is to inspire and prepare<br />

young people to succeed in a global economy.”<br />

JA volunteers from the Mad River Region put in 38,000 contact<br />

hours during the 2018-19 school year, serving more than 7,000 students<br />

in grades K-12. Speas said the organization was on target to<br />

reach even more students this year until COVID-19 hit.<br />

In response, JA added new all-remote learning resources, like<br />

the ones Loveless is developing, with recordings and online activities<br />

for students and teachers in all interested schools.<br />

Loveless said the organization is always in need of donations,<br />

both personal and corporate.<br />

“Our JA offices are constantly working to keep overhead to a<br />

minimum and optimize outcomes for the students,” he said. “As a<br />

board member, I am exceptionally pleased with the enthusiasm and<br />

efforts of our JA staff, both locally and nationally.”<br />

Visit www.madriver.ja.org for more information.


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South Charleston<br />

Letters for all spring athletes<br />

By Kristy Zurbrick<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> Editor<br />

All spring sports athletes at Southeastern<br />

High School will receive varsity letters,<br />

even though they lost their season to coronavirus<br />

(COVID-19) shutdowns.<br />

The Ohio Heritage Conference, to which<br />

Southeastern belongs, suggested the idea.<br />

Craig Isaac, athletic director for grades 7-<br />

12 at Southeastern, was already planning<br />

on it. Letters will go to all spring athletes,<br />

freshmen through seniors.<br />

“I just think it’s the right thing to do,”<br />

Isaac said. “I feel bad for every kid who<br />

signed up and had worked and was ready for<br />

that first meet or game. Your heart goes out<br />

to those kids, especially the seniors, who put<br />

in three or four years and can’t complete it.”<br />

Isaac also feels bad that students are missing<br />

out on year-end recognition banquets.<br />

“It was their time to shine,” he said.<br />

Principal P.J. Bertemes is putting together<br />

awards packets for students to pick<br />

up the week of <strong>May</strong> 19. The packets will include<br />

academic and sports recognitions—<br />

everything from perfect attendance, “strive<br />

for excellence” and scholarship awards to<br />

spring sports varsity letters, four-year athletic<br />

participation plaques, and letter jacket<br />

pins and medals.<br />

“We’re making it a one-stop shop,” Isaac<br />

said, regarding the awards distribution.<br />

“We’re going to make sure those kids get<br />

those awards.”<br />

Photo courtesy of Julie White<br />

On April 20, Southeastern Local Schools<br />

turned on lights at Trojan stadium for 20<br />

minutes starting at 8:20 p.m. to honor the<br />

Class of <strong>2020</strong> and the sacrifices they have<br />

made due to the coronavirus pandemic.


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www.madisonmessengernews.com<br />

letters to the editor<br />

Rockin’ on the<br />

Run postponed<br />

The following is a message from organizers<br />

of Rockin’ on the Run, an annual walk/run<br />

and family festival in London that raises<br />

money for pediatric brain tumor research.<br />

Letters Policy<br />

The <strong>Madison</strong> <strong>Messenger</strong> welcomes letters<br />

to the editor. Letters can be of any topic,<br />

as long as they are not libelous or slanderous.<br />

Letters that do not have a signature, address<br />

and telephone number, or that are<br />

signed with a pseudonym, will be rejected.<br />

The <strong>Madison</strong> <strong>Messenger</strong> reserves the right<br />

to edit or refuse publication of any letter for<br />

any reason. Mail letters to: 78 S. Main St.,<br />

London OH 43140; or send them by email<br />

to madison@columbusmessenger.com.<br />

We hope that you and your families are<br />

safe and healthy. While these times are uncertain,<br />

we know this strong community will<br />

come together for a great cause very soon.<br />

If you are anything like we are, getting<br />

some physical activity in each and every day<br />

is not only great for our bodies but also our<br />

mental health. Be sure to take a walk, run<br />

or bike ride with your family if you are able.<br />

Thank you for your patience and understanding<br />

as we have been carefully monitoring<br />

this national emergency unfold. We<br />

have been in close contact with Nationwide<br />

Children’s Hospital Foundation, the city of<br />

London and multiple first responder offices.<br />

We also polled you, our amazing community,<br />

on social media. We want to thank all<br />

of those people who are helping us to make<br />

this difficult decision.<br />

Our top priority is to help #flattenthecurve<br />

and to keep our community healthy.<br />

With this goal in mind, we have decided to<br />

postpone this year’s Rockin’ on the Run,<br />

originally scheduled for <strong>May</strong> 16.<br />

Our new date will be determined based<br />

on the governor’s rulings on social distancing.<br />

Please watch our social media channels,<br />

we will post updates there as they come in.<br />

With a new date this year, we need your<br />

help. We will be putting up our regular yard<br />

signs and banners, so we need you to spread<br />

the word that for just this year our date has<br />

changed. When you see one of our social<br />

media posts, please give us a reaction and<br />

share our posts and emails with others.<br />

Since this year will be so different, we<br />

were thinking of adding some fun things to<br />

the different races. How do you feel about a<br />

sunset run? A slip-n-slide? Send us your<br />

ideas about challenges and rewards for running<br />

both the 5K and 1-miler events.<br />

We are so proud of our community and<br />

supporters. We know so many first responders<br />

and frontline workers support our<br />

cause, and we want you to know how much<br />

we appreciate you and your expertise. We<br />

also want to highlight those who are following<br />

the rules and staying home. Thank you<br />

for your help in #stoppingthespread.<br />

Stay safe and stay healthy. I can’t wait<br />

to see what this year’s event will look like.<br />

Go to www.rockinontherun.org for event<br />

details and contact information.<br />

Ashley Winebrenner<br />

Rockin’ on the Run<br />

Shekinah field<br />

closed during<br />

pandemic<br />

At Shekinah, we have a strong desire to<br />

be supportive of the greater Plain City community<br />

and, really, all of <strong>Madison</strong> and<br />

southern Union County. We believe that<br />

during this time of crisis it’s vital for us to<br />

be supportive of the people around us, regardless<br />

of community or school affiliation.<br />

That’s what makes this so difficult to write.<br />

Unfortunately, over the last couple of<br />

weeks, we have identified multiple people<br />

from the area that are unaffiliated with our<br />

school who are attempting to use our baseball<br />

field without authorization because<br />

other field space is closed in the area. Some<br />

have stated that because we are a private<br />

school they figured we are exempt from<br />

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s orders and<br />

those put forth by the Ohio High School<br />

Athletic Association (OHSAA).<br />

Shekinah does rent out our field under<br />

normal operations and is certainly open to<br />

discussions with families, local baseball associations,<br />

and other local schools about<br />

field usage when our school teams are not<br />

needing it. However, we believe it is vital to<br />

support the health and well-being of our<br />

community during this pandemic by keeping<br />

our athletic facilities closed. Even as a<br />

private school, we have an obligation to<br />

comply with the governor’s school building<br />

closure order, as well as the stay-at-home<br />

order, and guidelines from the OHSAA that<br />

our athletic facilities remain closed temporarily.<br />

The closure of our athletic facilities<br />

applies to our own students, staff and<br />

coaches, as well, and has since the governor<br />

originally closed schools in Ohio.<br />

Again, we would welcome individuals,<br />

families, schools or groups to reach out after<br />

the crisis has passed if they need access to<br />

baseball field space for practice. At Shekinah,<br />

we believe in the value of family time,<br />

physical activity for students, and enjoying<br />

outdoor activities, including sports. We are<br />

hoping that by sharing this information<br />

that perhaps it will bring greater awareness<br />

regarding our desire to be supportive of<br />

families, while also clarifying a misconception<br />

about the availability of our facilities.<br />

Brice Kauffman, school administrator<br />

Shekinah Christian School<br />

Plain City


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obituaries<br />

STOMBAUGH<br />

John P. Stombaugh, 77, of London died on<br />

April 20, <strong>2020</strong>, in Riverside Hospital, Columbus.<br />

Born on <strong>May</strong> 4, 1942, in Kenton, he was<br />

the son of Wilfrid “Bill” and Virginia (Snobarger)<br />

Stombaugh. He graduated from<br />

Carey High School in 1960 and attended<br />

Ohio State University before going into<br />

Army. He was a Vietnam era veteran serving<br />

in Germany, followed by several years as<br />

a civilian working with the Air Weather<br />

Service in Heidelberg, Germany. John was a<br />

long-distance truck driver for most of his life.<br />

He belonged to the Buckeye Beemers motorcycle<br />

club and loved to ride his BMW motorcycles<br />

and camp with many friends. He was<br />

life member of the NRA and supported Second<br />

Amendment rights. He is survived by:<br />

his wife of 26 years, Karen (Terry)<br />

Stombaugh; sister, Phyllis (Owen) Burks;<br />

nieces and nephew, Melanie (Gary) Yundt,<br />

John (Sue) Burks and Mary Ann (Don) Lobdell;<br />

aunt, Joyce (Snyder) Snobarger; and<br />

many cousins and great/great nieces and<br />

nephews; sisters-in law, Alita (Terry) Harris<br />

and Miriam (Terry) Hanson in Georgia;<br />

stepchildren, Frank (Anne) Kitchel in Arizona,<br />

Bill (Suzanne) Kitchel in Texas and<br />

Susan (Len) Ksobiech in Arizona; and eight<br />

step-grandchildren. He was preceded in<br />

death by: his parents, Bill and Virginia; his<br />

first wife, Hanne Sorvin of 25 years; and his<br />

daughter, Sigrid (Stombaugh) Sackman who<br />

is survived by Marty Sackman. In accordance<br />

with his wishes, John was cremated<br />

and a memorial service will be held at a later<br />

date. The family suggests memorials be<br />

made to the NRA at www.donate.nra.org/donate.<br />

The family is being served by Eberle-<br />

Fisher Funeral Home and Crematory, London.<br />

Online condolences may be sent to<br />

www.eberlefisherfuneralhome.com.<br />

DeVORE<br />

Janice Ann DeVore, 83, of London died<br />

on April 25, <strong>2020</strong>, in London. She was born<br />

on Jan. 25, 1937, in Kansas City, Kansas.<br />

She is survived by her husband of 64 years,<br />

Kenneth DeVore. Her parents preceded her<br />

in death, as well as two sons. A graveside<br />

service was held April 28 in Somerford<br />

Township Cemetery with Father Michael<br />

Hinterschied officiating. Friends may make<br />

memorial donations in Janice’s name to<br />

their favorite charities. The family was<br />

served by Eberle-Fisher Funeral Home and<br />

Crematory, London. Online condolences<br />

may be sent to www.eberlefisherfuneralhome.com.<br />

GILMERR<br />

V. Laverne “Vern” Gilmerr, 90, of London<br />

died on April 25, <strong>2020</strong>, in London Health<br />

and Rehabilitation. Born on June 12, 1929,<br />

in Fayette County, he was a son of Loren<br />

and Christina (Slager) Gilmerr. For over 40<br />

years, Vern was a mechanic for Landmark.<br />

He was a member of the former <strong>Madison</strong><br />

County Civil Defense, a retired captain for<br />

Range Township Fire Department and belonged<br />

to the Scioto Model A Club. Survivors<br />

include: his daughter, Vickie Robinson;<br />

grandson, Heath (Gwen) Robinson;<br />

granddaughter, Heather Robinson (Kevin<br />

Kollar); great-grandchildren, Gunner and<br />

Zoee Robinson, Brittney and Mason<br />

Sowards; great-great grandson, Khase <strong>May</strong>nard;<br />

several nieces and nephews. He was<br />

preceded in death by: his parents; wife, Marilyn<br />

(Jewett) Gilmerr; son-in-law, Bob<br />

Robinson; and brother, Dale Gilmerr. A memorial<br />

graveside service will be held at a<br />

later date in Somerford Township Cemetery.<br />

The family suggests memorials in<br />

Vern’s name be sent to the American Diabetes<br />

Association at www.diabetes.org. The<br />

family is being served by Eberle- Fisher Funeral<br />

Home and Crematory, London. Go to<br />

www.eberlefisherfuneralhome.com to send<br />

online condolences.<br />

STEPHENSON<br />

Athlinda (Rice) Stephenson, 76, born on<br />

March 14, 1944, in New Marshfield, Ohio,<br />

went to be with her Heavenly Father on<br />

April 25, <strong>2020</strong>. Athlinda came to Columbus,<br />

Ohio, after graduating from Waterloo High<br />

School in 1962. She went to beautician<br />

school then went on to work at Ohio Bell for<br />

20 years. She received her associate’s degree<br />

in surgical technology at Columbus State<br />

University. She worked at the Ohio State<br />

University Hospital in the surgery department<br />

and taught surgical tech at Ft. Hayes<br />

Technical School. She also worked in<br />

bariatrics in Groveport and general surgery<br />

at Mercy Memorial Hospital until her retirement<br />

in 2006. Linda was active in her<br />

church and taught CCD classes at St.<br />

Patrick’s Catholic Church. Linda loved her<br />

family and enjoyed cooking. She enjoyed<br />

spending time with her friends and was passionate<br />

about bingo and playing Wii golf.<br />

Athlinda was married on March 24, 1963, to<br />

Keith Stephenson, friend, soulmate, husband<br />

for 57 years. She is survived by: her<br />

husband, Keith Stephenson; son, Douglas<br />

Shawn Stephenson (Jeanette Brewer);<br />

grandsons, Victor (Tori) Stephenson, Vincent<br />

Stephenson (Katlyn Donnelly); greatgrandsons,<br />

Winston and Oliver; sisters and<br />

brothers, Dorothy (Frances) Hayes, Alberta<br />

Burke, Jane (Walter) Carter, Goff Rice,<br />

James Rice, Martha (Randy) Roberts; nieces<br />

and nephews, Jack Smith, Cheryl Smith,<br />

Bonnie Smith, Tim (Sharon) Hayes, Bryan<br />

(Cheryl) Hayes, Patrick (Doralene) Hayes,<br />

Tammy Sheilds, Lavonne Burke, Findley<br />

Burke, Russell Boggs, Craig Boggs, Marcia<br />

Newsted, Travis Rice, Marcus Rice, Jamie<br />

Napolitanos, Alex Rice, Amanda Hedrick,<br />

Janice Magill; sisters-in-law, Carm<br />

Stephenson, Bernie Stephenson; and<br />

brother-in-law, Phillip Stephenson.<br />

Athlinda was preceded in death by: her parents,<br />

Goff A. Rice and Lethal (Misner) Rice;<br />

grandson, Nickalas S. Stephenson; brother,<br />

Findlay A. Rice; and sisters, Ida Rice, and<br />

Theresa Bailey. Memorial donations can be<br />

made to the Alzheimer’s Association of Central<br />

Ohio. The family is being served by<br />

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London. Online condolences may be<br />

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HARRISON<br />

Gregory Wayne Harrison, 60, of Urbana<br />

was reunited with the Lord<br />

in the early hours of April<br />

26, <strong>2020</strong>, with Lana, his loving<br />

wife of 41 years, by his<br />

side. He was born in Columbus,<br />

Ohio, to the late Kenneth<br />

and Pryde Harrison<br />

and was preceded in death<br />

by his brother, William Harrison, and sister,<br />

Connie Harrison. He is survived by: his best<br />

friend, his wife, Lana; his two beloved daughters,<br />

Nicole Harrison (Don Brokaw) and Lauren<br />

Harrison (Kovie Barger); sisters, nieces,<br />

nephews and countless friends. Greg never<br />

knew a stranger; he was loved by so many for<br />

his kindness, his loyalty and his willingness<br />

to help others. He treasured his family and<br />

his friends, reminding them all, always, of<br />

his love for them and that “love is shown, not<br />

just said.” He was a fierce protector of his<br />

family, always. He grew up the youngest of<br />

seven children, attending Westland High<br />

School. He owned and operated with his family<br />

Todd’s Pizza in West Jefferson, Ohio,<br />

founded by his mother and father in 1965, for<br />

a number of years instilling hard work and<br />

dedication, as well as a love for 70’s music,<br />

into his girls. He went on to work as a Realtor,<br />

starting at HER Realtors in Lincoln Village<br />

and then at Remax. He had an antique<br />

car, a mint green 1957 Cadillac, that he affectionately<br />

named Bessie. He valued truth<br />

and honesty and said his best memories were<br />

spending time with those he loved. While his<br />

family is left to try and navigate this world<br />

without him, the mark he has left on those<br />

who knew him is profound. He is missed beyond<br />

measure. He was a member of UALC<br />

and had recently quoted 2 Corinthians 5:8:<br />

“to be absent from the body is to be present<br />

with the Lord.” Family received friends on<br />

April 30 at Rader-McDonald-Tidd Funeral<br />

Home, West Jefferson. Due to the coronavirus<br />

pandemic, social distancing and limited<br />

admittance were enforced. Private funeral<br />

services were observed by the family<br />

with burial at Sunset Cemetery, Galloway.<br />

Memorial donations may be made to Royal<br />

Family Kids Camp (payable to RLC, including<br />

Royal Family in the memo). For online<br />

donations, use the “donate” button at<br />

www.franklin.royalfamilykids.org; be sure to<br />

select “Royal Family.” Go to online to<br />

www.radermcdonaldtiddfuneralhome.com to<br />

send condolences to the Harrison Family and<br />

share a favorite memory.<br />

Terry Lee Junk, 67, of Bunnell, Florida<br />

(formerly London, Ohio) passed away surrounded<br />

by his family on April 24, <strong>2020</strong>. Born June 4, 1952<br />

he was a son of Dick and Una Junk.<br />

Terry was a graduate of London high school, class<br />

of 1970. He recently retired from The Fishel<br />

Company after 35 years. He enjoyed traveling,<br />

watching auto racing, college football and basketball,<br />

and he loved the Ohio State Buckeyes. He left<br />

many memories of his loyalty and devotion to<br />

friends and his selfless love for his family.<br />

Terry is survived by his wife of 19 years, Denean;<br />

his daughter, Melissa Forrest (Mike); son, Dylan<br />

Mullins; stepson, Alex Kemp (Casey); grandchild,<br />

Cameron; sister, Lynn Snyder (Gene); nephew,<br />

Brent Snyder (Marci); and great nephews, Ben and<br />

Will.<br />

Due to Covid 19 services will be held in Bunnell,<br />

Florida at a later date as well as a memorial to<br />

celebrate his life for close friends and family in his<br />

hometown of London.<br />

Memorial contributions may be made to<br />

Lung Cancer Foundation of America.<br />

Mary T. (Zakany)<br />

Neale, 67 of Marco<br />

Island, Florida, passed<br />

away on April 20, <strong>2020</strong><br />

following complications<br />

of a 40 year battle with<br />

Lupus. She was the<br />

daughter of Steve Zakany and Helen Papp all<br />

formerly of London, Ohio.<br />

Mary graduated from London High School<br />

in 1971 and then from Clark State School of<br />

Nursing in 1973.<br />

She settled on Marco Island where she has<br />

lived for the past 30 years. Nursing was<br />

Mare’s passion and life for the past 42 years,<br />

living her life in service to others. God is<br />

taking care of her now. She lived a good life<br />

and loved to travel.<br />

She is survived by her sister Ilona Owens,<br />

brother Steve (Margaret) Zakany, niece<br />

Christy (Robert)Lewis, great-nieces Brittany<br />

(Keith) BieryGolick, and Audrey (Aaron)<br />

Young and their son Karson, and her<br />

companion of 9 ½ years Alex Shaffer.<br />

She is preceded in death by her parents,<br />

grandparents, all aunts and uncles and<br />

several cousins. According to her wishes, she<br />

will cremated and a memorial service will be<br />

held in her honor at a later date.<br />

Condolences may be sent to her facebook<br />

page.


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Adoptable pets<br />

The Humane Society of <strong>Madison</strong> County<br />

is closed to the public. The organization’s<br />

goal is to contribute to the efforts to slow<br />

transmission of the Coronavirus (COVID-<br />

19) by reducing the amount of people coming<br />

through the shelter’s doors. The staff is<br />

being proactive with cleaning and disinfecting<br />

all areas of the building.<br />

The Humane Society is continuing to accept<br />

applications for adoptions, adopting<br />

out cats and dogs, and scheduling meetand-greets<br />

for potential adopters. The staff<br />

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any messages that come their way. They<br />

ask that the public call to set an appointment<br />

time before coming out to the shelter.<br />

The Humane Society is taking in strays<br />

via the <strong>Madison</strong> County Dog Warden and<br />

citizens. Owners are able to collect their<br />

pets from the shelter with scheduled pickup<br />

times.<br />

To report a lost pet, call the Humane Society<br />

at (614) 879-8368.<br />

If you’ve found a dog, call the sheriff’s office<br />

or your local police for assistance:<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Sheriff—(740) 852-1212<br />

London Police—(740) 852-1414<br />

West Jefferson Police—(614) 879-7672<br />

Plain City Police—(614) 873-2921<br />

Shelter staff will continue to evaluate<br />

how best to respond to this situation.<br />

The Humane Society is located at <strong>2020</strong><br />

Plain City Georgesville Rd., West Jefferson,<br />

www.hsmcohio.org. The shelter is in need of<br />

donated supplies. For a list of items, call<br />

(614) 879-8368.<br />

Pets up for adoption<br />

The following are among the pets up for<br />

adoption at the Humane Society.<br />

Jazz is a very loveable guy and a total<br />

ham when he is around people. Jazz will lie<br />

half in your lap and lean into you as you pet<br />

him. Shelter staff believe he is a pit bull terrier<br />

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is his best friend after he knows they are a<br />

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Caramel arrived at the shelter on Jan.<br />

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Jazz<br />

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CLASSIFIED ADS<br />

Deadline: Tuesdays at 2 p.m.<br />

To place an ad, call 740-852-0809 or stop by the London office at 78 S. Main Street<br />

xLegal Notices<br />

Public Notice<br />

The following matters are the subject of this public notice by the Ohio<br />

Environmental Protection Agency. The complete public notice, including<br />

any additional instructions for submitting comments, requesting<br />

information, a public hearing, or filing an appeal may be obtained at:<br />

http://www.epa.ohio.gov/actions.aspx or Hearing Clerk, Ohio EPA, 50<br />

W. Town St. P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, Ohio 43216. Ph: 614-644-3037<br />

email: HClerk@epa.ohio.gov<br />

Final Issuance of Permit to Install<br />

M/I Homes of Central Ohio, LLC<br />

Facility Description: Waterwaste<br />

ID #: 1347724<br />

Date of Action: 04/21/<strong>2020</strong><br />

This final action not preceded by proposed action and is appealable to<br />

ERAC.Project: Darby Fields Section 7 - The proposed gravity sewer will<br />

serve 27 single family lots within the 9.53 +/- acre development.<br />

Project Location: NE of Plain City-Georgesville Road, Plain City<br />

MM MAY 3, <strong>2020</strong><br />

xInformation<br />

MAY GIVEAWAY<br />

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Drawing will be held <strong>May</strong> 27th, <strong>2020</strong><br />

and the winner will be notified and published<br />

in our <strong>May</strong> 31st, <strong>2020</strong> issue.<br />

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READER<br />

ADVISORY<br />

The National Trade Association<br />

we belong to has<br />

purchased the following<br />

classifieds. Determining<br />

the value of their service<br />

or product is advised by<br />

this publication. In order<br />

to avoid misunderstandings,<br />

some advertisers do<br />

not offer “employment”<br />

but rather supply the<br />

readers with manuals, directories<br />

and other materials<br />

designed to help<br />

their clients establish mail<br />

order selling and other<br />

businesses at home. Under<br />

NO circumstance<br />

should you send any<br />

money in advance or give<br />

the client your checking,<br />

license ID or credit card<br />

numbers. Also beware of<br />

ads that claim to guarantee<br />

loans regardless of<br />

credit and note that if a<br />

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the phone it’s illegal to request<br />

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dollars. Toll Free numbers<br />

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check with the Better<br />

Business Bureau 614-<br />

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NOTICE OF LEGISLATION PASSED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LONDON, OHIO<br />

Noce is hereby given to the passage of the following ordinances or resoluons of the London City Council. The<br />

complete text of each ordinance or resoluon may be obtained or viewed at the offices of the City Law Director or<br />

the City Auditor at 60 South Walnut Street, London, Ohio, or online at the London City website: hp://ci.london.oh.us/<br />

RESOLUTION 106­20 REVISING JOB DESCRIPTIONS<br />

DATE OF PASSAGE: 03/05/<strong>2020</strong><br />

ORDINANCE 116­20 AMENDING SECTION 5.01 OF THE CITY POLICY AND PROCEDURE MANUAL<br />

Date of Passage: 3/19/<strong>2020</strong><br />

RESOLUTION 120­20 AUTHORIZING THE AUDITOR TO TRANSFER FUNDS DURING <strong>2020</strong><br />

DATE OF PASSAGE: 03/05/<strong>2020</strong><br />

ORDINANCE 121­20 AMENDING 1228 OF THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES<br />

DATE OF PASSAGE: 03/05/<strong>2020</strong><br />

ORDINANCE 122­20 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING 1064 OF THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES<br />

DATE OF PASSAGE: 03/05/<strong>2020</strong><br />

RESOLUTION 123­20 Sponsored by: Anthony Smith A RESOLUTION INCREASING APPROPRIATIONS<br />

DATE OF PASSAGE: 03/05/<strong>2020</strong><br />

RESOLUTION NO. 124­20 AUTHORIZING AUDITOR’S WARRANT FOR PAYMENT.<br />

DATE OF PASSAGE: 3/05/<strong>2020</strong><br />

RESOLUTION 125­20 ADOPTING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE TAX INCENTIVE REVIEW COUNCIL<br />

Date of Passage: 3/19/<strong>2020</strong><br />

RESOLUTION 126­20 AUTHORIZING THE SAFETY SERVICE DIRECTOR TO PARTICIPATE IN CONTRACTS OF THE STATE OF<br />

OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION<br />

Date of Passage: 3/19/<strong>2020</strong><br />

RESOLUTION 127­20 INCREASING APPROPRIATIONS<br />

Date of Passage: 3/19/<strong>2020</strong><br />

RESOLUTION 128­20 INCREASING APPROPRIATIONS<br />

Date of Passage: 4/2/<strong>2020</strong><br />

RESOLUTION 129­20 INCREASING APPROPRIATIONS<br />

Date of Passage: 4/2/<strong>2020</strong><br />

RESOLUTION 130­20 AUTHORIZING AUDITOR’S WARRANT FOR PAYMENT<br />

Date of Passage: 4/2/<strong>2020</strong><br />

ORDINANCE 131­20 AMENDING SECTION 4.06 OF THE CITY POLICY AND PROCEDURE MANUAL<br />

Date of Passage: 4/2/<strong>2020</strong><br />

RESOLUTION 132­20 AUTHORIZING AUDITOR’S WARRANT FOR PAYMENT.<br />

Date of Passage: 4/2/<strong>2020</strong><br />

RESOLUTION 133­20 TRANSFERRING FUNDS AND INCREASING APPROPRIATIONS<br />

Date of Passage: 4/2/<strong>2020</strong><br />

RESOLUTION 134­20 INCREASING APPROPRIATIONS<br />

Date of Passage: 4/16/<strong>2020</strong><br />

RESOLUTION 135­20 RESOLUTION INCREASING APPROPRIATIONS<br />

Date of Passage: 4/16/<strong>2020</strong><br />

RESOLUTION 136­20 INCREASING APPROPRIATIONS<br />

Date of Passage: 4/16/<strong>2020</strong><br />

RESOLUTION 137­20 INCREASING APPROPRIATIONS<br />

Date of Passage: 4/16/<strong>2020</strong><br />

ORDINANCE 138­20 AMENDING SECTION 3.02 OF THE CITY POLICY AND PROCEDURE MANUAL<br />

Date of Passage: 4/16/<strong>2020</strong><br />

ORDINANCE 139­20 ADOPTING THE “FAMILIES FIRST CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE ACT” POLICY<br />

Date of Passage: 4/16/<strong>2020</strong><br />

Arlene Duffey<br />

Clerk of London City Council<br />

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xEmployment<br />

STREET MAINTENANCE WORKER 1<br />

POSITION Within the<br />

London Street Department<br />

Requirements:<br />

The employee works under the direct supervision<br />

of the Street Superintendent.<br />

Normal working hours are Monday through Friday<br />

7:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.<br />

Employment applications and the specific job<br />

description can be found on the city’s website at:<br />

http://www.londonohio.gov/current-open-positions<br />

Will be accepting applications through<br />

<strong>May</strong> 15, <strong>2020</strong>, 4:30 p.m., City of London,<br />

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xClassified Services<br />

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