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<strong>June</strong> 12, <strong>2022</strong> www.columbusmessenger.com Vol. XXXVII No. 26<br />

Event info & schedule, page 2<br />

Soaring at<br />

state meet<br />

By Kristy Zurbrick<br />

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

Four <strong>Madison</strong> County athletes qualified<br />

to compete at the Ohio High School Athletic<br />

Association’s (OHSAA) State Track and<br />

Field Tournament. Two of them, both freshmen,<br />

made the podium as top-eight finishers<br />

in their respective events.<br />

The meet, held <strong>June</strong> 3-4 at Jesse Owens<br />

Memorial Stadium on The Ohio State University<br />

campus, brought together the state’s<br />

best runners, jumpers and throwers. This<br />

year marked the 47th annual state meet for<br />

girls and the 114th for boys.<br />

<strong>Madison</strong>-Plains pole vaulter<br />

For Lillian Finke, it was a first-time trip<br />

to the big show, and she made the most of<br />

it. The <strong>Madison</strong>-Plains freshman placed<br />

sixth in the pole vault with a mark of 11 feet<br />

and set a new school record in the process.<br />

The previous record was 10-8, set in 2003<br />

by Ashley (Dennison) Meade, a two-time<br />

state champion who now serves as a coach<br />

at <strong>Madison</strong>-Plains.<br />

“I’ve wanted 11-0 since January. My personal<br />

record going into state was 10-8. I was<br />

See TRACK page 4<br />

<strong>Messenger</strong> photo by Pat Donahue<br />

<strong>Madison</strong>-Plains freshman Lillian Finke reached new heights at the State Track and Field Tournament. She cleared 11 feet in the Div.<br />

III pole vaulting competition, placing sixth and setting a new school record.<br />

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Another stellar season for Pioneers softball<br />

By Kristy Zurbrick<br />

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

Jonathan Alder High School’s softball program has made a habit<br />

of making it to state, qualifying five times in the last nine years and<br />

winning a state title in 2019. This year, the Pioneers came up just<br />

short of adding another state victory to their long list of achievements,<br />

finishing the season as Div. II state runners-up on <strong>June</strong> 4<br />

at Firestone Stadium in Akron.<br />

“The word I can best use for this team is scrappy. They just<br />

fight,” said Head Coach Dave McGrew. “We might not have a lineup<br />

of .500 hitters top to bottom, but we have girls who stepped up at<br />

certain times and got things done. It was pretty cool to see.”<br />

Even before they made their run at the state title, the team<br />

racked up a 15-0 record in the Kenton Trail division of the Central<br />

Buckeye Conference and won the conference title.<br />

Entering post-season play, they encountered a familiar opponent,<br />

Lakewood, to whom they lost by one point at district finals<br />

last year. They avenged that loss with a one-point win of their own<br />

to qualify for regionals. There, they faced another tough conference<br />

rival in Springfield Shawnee. The Pioneers took the win, then beat<br />

Kenton Ridge to win regionals and advance to state.<br />

“We played Oak Harbor in the state semi-finals. It was their first<br />

time making it to state. Marlee (Jacobs) pitched a gem of a game<br />

for us,” McGrew said. “Firestone Stadium in Akron is an awesome<br />

See SOFTBALL page 3<br />

Jonathan Alder’s softball team finished a stellar 26-2 season as state runners-up in Div. II.


PAGE 2 - MADISON MESSENGER - <strong>June</strong> 12, <strong>2022</strong><br />

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Summer Jam: More music, more food, more fun<br />

By Kristy Zurbrick<br />

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

What’s new at this year’s Summer<br />

Jam Festival in Mount Sterling?<br />

For starters, a second music<br />

stage, a touch-a-truck display, free<br />

rock painting, and an opportunity to<br />

throw pies in the faces of local government<br />

officials.<br />

Hosted by the Mount Sterling<br />

Chamber of Commerce, Summer Jam<br />

<strong>2022</strong> is set for <strong>June</strong> 16-17 from 5 to 10<br />

p.m. and <strong>June</strong> 18 from 12 to 10 p.m.<br />

The action takes place on London Street between Church and Columbus<br />

streets and on Main Street one block to the east and one block to<br />

the west of London Street.<br />

Music<br />

Plenty of music is planned with bands playing on two stages.<br />

Hammer Time Pub is sponsoring bands each night of the festival<br />

on a stage set up on South London Street between Ben & Joy’s<br />

Restaurant and Larry’s Pizza. Spectators can bring their own chairs<br />

or enjoy the music from seating inside the pub’s outdoor beer garden<br />

or nearby bleachers.<br />

Sean Poole & Buckin Crazy get the music flowing on the Hammer<br />

Time stage, playing traditional country, ‘90s country, blues and<br />

southern rock on Thursday night. Jamie Said So brings their high<br />

energy, positive attitude and popular party music to the stage Friday<br />

night. The public gets their shot at performing with karaoke<br />

planned for Saturday afternoon. Acoustic Mayhem, playing original<br />

country, bluegrass and American roots music, closes out the weekend<br />

with a show Saturday night.<br />

The second stage will be located near Masonic Lodge 269 on<br />

North London Street. Spectators can bring their own chairs or watch<br />

from nearby bleachers. The Masons’ concessions stand will be open.<br />

Bill Wilt “The Music Man” kicks off the Masons stage live music<br />

lineup with rockabilly tunes from the ‘60s to the ‘90s. Friday night<br />

brings the Bluegrass Jamboree Band of Mount Sterling to the stage<br />

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Saturday afternoon, Vasid, featuring<br />

Bobby Hartman and his band, performs<br />

rock tunes from the ‘80s to the present.<br />

On Saturday night, 3-Candy rounds<br />

out the weekend with modern pop/rock<br />

selections. A deejay will spin tunes between<br />

sets throughout the weekend.<br />

Children’s Activities<br />

Children will have plenty to enjoy<br />

during Summer Jam. The new touch-atruck<br />

display is set for Saturday afternoon<br />

and includes a fire engine, medic,<br />

farm equipment, tanker truck and<br />

other vehicles. Look for the display on London Street<br />

near Chase Bank.<br />

Also new is a tent dedicated to free face painting and<br />

rock painting, open throughout the festival. Not only<br />

can children paint rocks, they also are invited to find<br />

rocks. Mt. Sterling OH Rocks will hide 12 rocks around<br />

town each day of the festival. Children ages 2 to 17 can<br />

turn them in at the tent to claim prizes.<br />

On Saturday afternoon, Mount Sterling’s parks and<br />

recreation committee invites children to play a carnival<br />

basketball game and enter a giveaway for six bikes donated<br />

by village council members. The committee also<br />

plans to give away 74 bike helmets, funded by a Put A<br />

Lid On It grant, as well as some basketballs.<br />

The Mount Sterling Community Center is hosting a<br />

kids’ water balloon toss Saturday afternoon on the town<br />

hall lawn.<br />

Albanese Amusements returns with a variety of rides<br />

all three days. The festival is offering $15 wristbands<br />

good for unlimited rides from 12 to 4 p.m. Saturday.<br />

Pie throwing, games and contests<br />

Mount Sterling Mayor Marci Darlington and all six<br />

members of village council have bravely volunteered to<br />

have pies thrown in their faces. Anyone can toss a pie<br />

for a $1. This sweet event takes place Friday night.<br />

A cornhole tournament also is slated for Friday<br />

night. The cost to enter is $10 per two-person team.<br />

Winners will receive a trophy and prizes.<br />

The Mount Sterling Community Center is hosting a<br />

3-on-3 basketball tournament Friday night and Saturday<br />

morning. For details, call the center at (740) 869-<br />

2453.<br />

Saturday’s contests include a bike decorating contest<br />

for children and a pet costume contest. Both are free to<br />

enter.<br />

Royalty contests for various youth age groups are<br />

scheduled for Thursday and Saturday, along with a<br />

baby contest on Saturday. Applications are available at:<br />

Urban Pineapple, 19 N. London St.; Mad Hatter, 17 E.<br />

Main St.; or by request via email at theurbanpineapple@yahoo.com.<br />

The entry fee is<br />

$15 for these contests. The application<br />

deadline is <strong>June</strong> 13.<br />

Food, vendors and info<br />

“We will have more food<br />

trucks this year,” said Becky<br />

Martin, a Chamber of Commerce<br />

member. “And we will<br />

have vendors set up in a street<br />

market all weekend.”<br />

Visitors will find an information<br />

booth inside the town<br />

gazebo across from town hall.<br />

They can pick up a Summer<br />

Jam schedule of events, as well<br />

as flyers promoting other upcoming<br />

events and activities in<br />

town.<br />

Summer Jam schedule of events<br />

Thursday, <strong>June</strong> 15 (5-10 p.m.)<br />

5 p.m. - Flag raising ceremony and national anthem sung<br />

by Lucas Anthony (town hall lawn)<br />

5-10 p.m. - Rides, vendor market, food trucks, rock/face<br />

painting, outdoor seating at Hammer Time Pub<br />

5-6 p.m. - DJ (Masonic Lodge stage on North London<br />

Street)<br />

6-8 p.m. - Royalty contest for contestants entering grades<br />

3-12 (Masonic Lodge stage)<br />

7-10 p.m. - Sean Poole & Buckin Crazy (Hammer Time<br />

Pub stage on South London Street)<br />

8-10 p.m. - Bill Wilt “Music Man” (Masonic Lodge stage)<br />

Friday, <strong>June</strong> 16 (5-10 p.m.)<br />

5-10 p.m. - Rides, vendor market, food trucks, rock/face<br />

painting, outdoor seating at Hammer Time Pub<br />

5-7 p.m. - Bluegrass Jamboree (Masonic Lodge stage)<br />

5-8 p.m. - 3-on-3 basketball tournament (Mount Sterling<br />

Community Center)<br />

7-10 p.m. - Blackwater bluegrass (Masonic Lodge stage)<br />

6-8 p.m. - Pie throwing (town hall lawn)<br />

7-9 p.m. - Corn hole (town hall lawn, register at 6:45)<br />

7-10 p.m. - Jamie Said So (Hammer Time Pub stage)<br />

Saturday, <strong>June</strong> 18 (12-10 p.m.)<br />

8-11 a.m. - 3-on-3 basketball tournament (Mount Sterling<br />

Community Center)<br />

12-10 p.m. - Rides, vendor market, food trucks, rock/face<br />

painting, outdoor seating at Hammer Time Pub<br />

12-4 p.m. - Ride wristband, $15<br />

12-2 p.m. - Royalty contest for contestants age 0 to grade<br />

2 (Masonic Lodge stage)<br />

1 p.m. - Water balloon toss (town hall lawn)<br />

2 p.m. - Bike decorating contest (town hall lawn, register<br />

at 1:45)<br />

2-6 p.m. - Karaoke (Hammer Time Pub stage)<br />

3 p.m. - Pet costume contest (near Kountry Klipping, register<br />

at 2:30)<br />

3-6 p.m. - Touch-a-Truck display (near Chase Bank)<br />

3-6 p.m. - Parks & Rec kids’ game, bike and bike helmet<br />

giveaway<br />

3-6 p.m. - Vasid band (Masonic Lodge stage)<br />

4-5 p.m. - Rides closed by state mandate<br />

7-10 p.m. - 3-Candy band (Masonic Lodge stage)<br />

7-10 p.m. - Acoustic Mayhem (Hammer Time Pub stage)


www.madisonmessengernews.com <strong>June</strong> 12, <strong>2022</strong> - MADISON MESSENGER - Page 3<br />

Recount confirms failure of fire levy<br />

By Kristy Zurbrick<br />

official canvass completed on May 25<br />

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

showed a tie, 562-562. Ties trigger automatic<br />

recounts. So, the Board of Elections<br />

Following a recount, Jefferson Township’s<br />

fire levy has failed. Though the final<br />

tallied the votes a third time on <strong>June</strong> 1. The<br />

tally stands at 562-562, a tie counts as a loss<br />

tally stayed the same in the recount.<br />

because the ballot language states that a<br />

“The last election is certainly evidence<br />

majority affirmative vote is necessary for<br />

that every vote counts,” said Jefferson<br />

passage.<br />

Township Fire Chief Chris Snyder. “Even<br />

In the May 3 primary election, the township<br />

asked for replacement of its existing<br />

though we would’ve liked to have had another<br />

outcome, the fact that the count<br />

11-mill property tax levy with a 1-mill increase<br />

for a total of 12 mills for fire depart-<br />

stayed the same after the recount proves the<br />

integrity of our voting system here in <strong>Madison</strong><br />

County.”<br />

ment operating expenses.<br />

The <strong>Madison</strong> County Board of Elections<br />

Snyder said the township plans to return<br />

held its official canvass of the May 3 primary<br />

election on May 25. This included<br />

to the ballot for the Nov. 8 election. Prior to<br />

the May election, the fire department determined<br />

that it needs approximately $3 mil-<br />

counting ballots that weren’t counted on<br />

Election Day, including provisional ballots<br />

lion per year to maintain operations<br />

and absentee ballots postmarked by May 2<br />

long-term. The existing levy generates approximately<br />

$2.3 million per year. Snyder<br />

but not received by Election Day.<br />

In the unofficial results released on Election<br />

Night, the Jefferson Township fire levy<br />

proposes that the township’s next ballot request<br />

generate that same amount of funding<br />

showed as failing by two votes, 558-560. The<br />

as requested in the May election. He noted<br />

that the decision regarding what goes on the<br />

Symphony performance<br />

As part of their Summer Night Music<br />

Concert Series, the string section of the<br />

Columbus Symphony Orchestra (CSO) will<br />

perform at 7:30 p.m. <strong>June</strong> 30 at First United<br />

Methodist Church of London, 52 N. Main St.<br />

This marks the first time any group from<br />

CSO has performed in London. The program<br />

includes: Mendelssohn’s “String Symphony<br />

No. 1,” which he wrote when he was 12<br />

years old, Tchaikovsky’s “Souvenir de Florence,”<br />

a masterwork for string sextet; and<br />

Peck’s “Signs of Life II: Movement 3,<br />

Scherzo.” Joanna Frankel is the concertmaster/conductor.<br />

Tickets for the concert are $25 for adults<br />

SOFTBALL<br />

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venue; it holds 4,000 to 5,000 fans. That<br />

kind of atmosphere is one that can swallow<br />

up some kids. I think Oak Harbor was dealing<br />

with that a little bit.”<br />

With their 5-0 semi-finals win, the Pioneers<br />

moved on to the finals. Their opponent:<br />

state returner, Wooster Triway, whose<br />

pitcher, Carter Wachtel, McGrew considers<br />

to be one of the best in the state.<br />

“She held us at bay. We only got two hits<br />

off her,” he said.<br />

Jonathan Alder scored at the top of the<br />

fifth inning to bring the tally to 1-1, but Triway<br />

answered back with a run at the top of<br />

the sixth. That’s where the scoring stopped,<br />

leaving Triway the state champs with a<br />

final score of 2-1.<br />

McGrew can’t say enough about the work<br />

his players put into the season. He praised<br />

the senior class, mentioning Jacobs for her<br />

prowess on the mound, Danielle Robbins for<br />

leading the team at the plate and setting the<br />

and $10 for children. They can be purchased<br />

by calling (614) 469-0939 or by visiting<br />

www.londonfumc.org, clicking on “News &<br />

Events,” and following the links to the Symphony’s<br />

ticket order page.<br />

Additionally, the church is partnering<br />

with The Butcher Block restaurant to offer<br />

a pre-fixe dinner prior to the show at 5 p.m.<br />

at the restaurant, 2280 State Rte. 56, London.<br />

The dinner costs $35 per person and includes<br />

a choice between a steak dinner or<br />

catch-of-the-day fish dinner. To make reservations<br />

for dinner, contact Gail Baker at the<br />

church at (740) 852-0462 or gail@londonfumc.org.<br />

school’s single season record for stolen<br />

bases with 37, and Jaden Phelps for battling<br />

through injury to come up with two<br />

big hits in the state semi-finals and the<br />

team’s only run in the finals. He also mentioned<br />

sophomore Evan Platfoot, a bright<br />

spot at shortstop, who notched three hits in<br />

the state semis.<br />

Having served as the Pioneers’ head<br />

coach for 11 years, McGrew has been at the<br />

helm for all of the program’s trips to state<br />

over the last decade.<br />

“It never gets old,” he said. “One of the<br />

great things with us is you’d think it was<br />

our first time every time we go. We don’t<br />

take anything for granted.”<br />

That goes for the coaching staff as much<br />

as the players.<br />

“They love rolling up their sleeves.<br />

Everybody’s passionate about it,” he said.<br />

About next year, he added, “We’ve got a<br />

lot of work to do. It’s going to be fun to see<br />

what we can do.”<br />

ballot ultimately lies in the hands of the<br />

township trustees.<br />

The deadline to file issues with the Board<br />

of Elections for the Nov. 8 ballot is Aug. 10.<br />

In the meantime, Snyder said the township<br />

and fire department will be collecting<br />

input from the community, primarily on<br />

how to better inform voters of the department’s<br />

needs.<br />

“If we can’t get something passed in November,<br />

it’s going to be a significant impact<br />

to the department,” he said.<br />

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so excited. I’ve been waiting for that for forever,” Finke said.<br />

The young athlete began pole vaulting five years ago and trains<br />

and competes year-round with the Buckeye Pole Vault club. She<br />

credits her interest in the event to her family. Her maternal grandfather<br />

was a top-10 vaulter in the country in his high school days.<br />

Her father and sister also competed in the event.<br />

The state meet wraps up a season for Finke that saw her winning<br />

every meet through the conference championships and placing<br />

third at both district and regionals.<br />

“It’s quite an accomplishment coming in as a freshman and making<br />

it all the way to state, then getting on the podium,” said <strong>Madison</strong>-Plains<br />

head girls’ track coach Joanie Boyle. “She’s worked hard<br />

through the year. Her name will be a name everybody recognizes<br />

in the pole vault arena.”<br />

Looking ahead, Finke’s goals are to clear 11-6 this summer and<br />

12-0 by indoor track season and to return to state next year.<br />

London high-jumper<br />

Another freshman jumper, Andria Pollazek of London, also made<br />

the podium at state. She competed in the high jump, clearing 5-2 to<br />

tie for eighth place in Div. II.<br />

Pollazek’s post-season run started with a championship title at<br />

the Central Buckeye Conference (CBC) meet. She then broke the<br />

school record at districts, clearing 5-4 to beat Cindy McCarty’s mark<br />

of 5-3 set in 1986.<br />

At regionals, she tied for sixth place. The top four finishers from<br />

each region automatically advance to state, but OHSAA also sends<br />

the two athletes with the next two best jumps from across the state.<br />

Pollazek tied for the second at-large bid with her jump of 5-2.<br />

“When I heard about the at-large bid, it was exciting to know my<br />

season wasn’t over,” she said.<br />

She described the state experience as exhilarating and nervewracking<br />

because she was competing against older athletes with<br />

more training. She made it work, though, and is looking forward to<br />

next year.<br />

“I want to clear higher heights and place higher at state. At the<br />

big meets, I mainly want to have fun while knowing what I have to<br />

do and seeing all my friends I’ve made throughout this past year,”<br />

she said.<br />

“One of the great things about Andria is that she made a whole<br />

lot of friends along the way,” said London<br />

track coach Joseph Montoya, noting that<br />

Pollazek makes a habit of hugging and highfiving<br />

her competitors. “Developing that camaraderie<br />

was a huge help for her, and she<br />

got the love and encouragement back.”<br />

London 800-meter runner<br />

Another London athlete who competed at<br />

state was junior David Stukey, who placed<br />

14th in the 800-meter run with a time of<br />

2:00. While it wasn’t the result he was hoping<br />

for, he still came away from the meet<br />

and the season with a positive attitude.<br />

“He started training in November with<br />

the goal of making it to state and onto the<br />

podium. He fell short, but right after the<br />

race, he was pointing at the podium, saying,<br />

‘I’m going to be up there.’ In his head, he<br />

was already preparing for next year,” Montoya<br />

said.<br />

Stuckey won all of his 800-meter races<br />

through the regular season and at the conference<br />

and district meets. He qualified to<br />

run the 800 meters and 1,600 meters at regionals<br />

but chose to concentrate on the 800<br />

meters. In his second-place finish at regionals,<br />

he set a new personal best time of 1:56.<br />

One of his goals for next year is to beat the<br />

school record of 1:54.<br />

“This year as a whole was cool, seeing so<br />

many fans in the stands,” Stuckey said,<br />

proud of London’s CBC team championship<br />

and second-place team finish at regionals.<br />

As for the state meet, he said, “Just being<br />

able to race at the Jesse Owens Stadium<br />

was a great experience overall. Even though<br />

my race wasn’t great, it was great to have<br />

so many friends and family there supporting<br />

me.”<br />

Besides the 800-meter school record,<br />

Stuckey said his sights for 2023 also are set<br />

on the 1,600-meter school record and a spot<br />

on the state podium, hopefully the top spot,<br />

in the 800. He also performed well in the<br />

3,200-meter run and the 4x400 relay this<br />

year, so goals for other events might hit next<br />

year’s radar.<br />

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At the State Track and Field Tournament, London freshman Andria<br />

Pollazek cleared the high jump bar at 5-feet, 2 inches, tying for<br />

eighth-place and a spot on the podium in her first state track<br />

meet. The top mark in this event was 5-7. Earlier in the season,<br />

Pollazek set the school record with a mark of 5-4.<br />

Jonathan Alder high-jumper<br />

Jonathan Alder senior Joey Walker came into the <strong>2022</strong> state<br />

track meet as defending champion in the high jump in Div. II. He<br />

took the title last year with a mark of 6-8.<br />

This year, he finished <strong>12th</strong> with a jump of 6-2. It wasn’t the outcome<br />

he had envisioned, but his coach said it doesn’t define his career.<br />

“Joey has had an awesome career,” said Jonathan Alder track<br />

coach Tyler McIntosh. “It says a lot just making it to state. Only 16<br />

make it. He still had a wonderful time competing with everybody.<br />

The meet was back at Ohio State for the first time since 2019. It<br />

was a good experience.”<br />

Walker went through the entire regular season without losing a<br />

meet, then won the conference and district titles, too. He placed<br />

third at regionals. His best mark this year was 6-6 which he<br />

achieved at the Marysville Quad meet on April 12 against<br />

Marysville, Fairbanks and Buckeye Valley.<br />

He will continue his pole vaulting journey at the collegiate level,<br />

having earned a scholarship to compete at Penn State.<br />

<strong>Messenger</strong> photo by Pat Donahue<br />

Jonathan Alder senior Joey Walker floats over the bar<br />

in the high jump at the state meet. He finished <strong>12th</strong><br />

with a jump of 6-2. He now looks forward to competing<br />

at the collegiate level at Penn State University.<br />

<strong>Messenger</strong> photo by Pat Donahue<br />

London junior Dave Stukey (right) runs alongside junior<br />

Ian Clark of Rossford at the start of the 800-meter<br />

run at the state meet. Stukey finished 14th out of 18<br />

runners with a time of 2:00.39.


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Harper steps down from West Jeff school board<br />

By Linda Dillman<br />

Staff Writer<br />

After more than two decades of service on<br />

the Jefferson Local school board, David<br />

Harper is stepping down.<br />

For some, stepping down brings an end to<br />

service, but Harper made it clear his “retirement”<br />

does not include whiling away the days<br />

in a rocking chair. It does allow for more time<br />

with his wife of 60 years, Liz, and his family.<br />

“I personally am extremely appreciative of<br />

the service of Dave Harper,” said Superintendent<br />

William Mullett. “Nobody was more prepared than<br />

Dave Harper. There’s a real complexity now with school<br />

issues and Dave read everything.<br />

“He always had questions because he wanted to be<br />

informed. Dave wasn’t afraid to ask the hard questions,<br />

to have a difference of opinion, and wasn’t afraid to have<br />

those kinds of conversations. If you are open-minded,<br />

you can have good discussions.”<br />

Harper’s last board meeting is <strong>June</strong> 13. The process<br />

to fill the position started last week. Interested candidates<br />

may send a letter of interest and resume to: Supt.<br />

William Mullett, Jefferson Local Schools, 906 W. Main<br />

St., West Jefferson, OH 43162.<br />

The only requirement for candidacy is district residency.<br />

The person chosen to fill the seat will serve<br />

through December 2023. Mullett said he expects to start<br />

the interview process in a couple of weeks and ideally<br />

have someone appointed in August.<br />

Harper will complete his term on the Tolles Career<br />

and Technical Center board, which expires at the end<br />

Dave Harper<br />

of this year.<br />

“Dave loves people and loves kids,”<br />

Mullett said. “He wanted people to be successful.<br />

He also did a lot behind the scenes<br />

like bringing apples to the football team... He<br />

will be greatly missed.”<br />

Between his 23 years with Jefferson<br />

Local and time spent in Hilliard on the city<br />

council, staff and committees, Harper has<br />

served the public in one way or another for<br />

52 years. Before he moved to <strong>Madison</strong><br />

County, he worked for a banking institution<br />

and as a volunteer on committees under the mayor and<br />

with Hilliard children.<br />

“I served on a city commission before I ran for council,”<br />

recalled Harper who, in his first year as a councilman,<br />

was elected president.<br />

He used the council opportunity to collaborate with<br />

school youth and later turned that into a position as<br />

safety director at the request of the mayor to help rebuild<br />

the city police department.<br />

“We moved to <strong>Madison</strong> County 42 years ago and I<br />

told my wife I would never get involved in politics<br />

again,” said Harper before adding, “but school board<br />

isn’t really a political position.<br />

“One day, I was mowing my grass and one of the senior<br />

residents of the community came up to me and said<br />

they needed someone to run for school board. I told him<br />

since it was the last day to sign up, I didn’t have any of<br />

the necessary paperwork.”<br />

With mere hours to go before the deadline and a lot<br />

of help, Harper filled out the necessary forms, collected<br />

the required number of signatures and won a seat on the Jefferson<br />

Local board for the first time in 1986.<br />

“My goal has always been to serve God and share that ability in<br />

whatever function or position I had, whether working with the city<br />

of Hilliard or West Jefferson or the state OSBA (Ohio School Boards<br />

Association),” stated Harper. “And I’m not resigning. This is more<br />

of a retirement, and I’m still going to be involved with the athletic<br />

boosters.<br />

“I’m just stepping down to be more involved with my family and<br />

grandchildren. In the time that I have, I will continue to be the person<br />

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POTTS<br />

Charles L. Potts, 71, of Galloway, passed<br />

away on May 24, <strong>2022</strong>, at his residence. He<br />

attended West Jefferson High School. Charlie<br />

spent many years at Rush Lincoln Mercury<br />

in Columbus, Ohio, as an auto and<br />

body mechanic.<br />

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

Angus and Marabel Potts; brothers, Angus<br />

and Mickey; son, Chad Potts; and former<br />

spouse, Connie Potts.<br />

He is survived by: children, Charlie<br />

(Tasha) Potts II and Crissy Shirkey; grandchildren,<br />

Bryce, Briley, Allison and Mason;<br />

loving siblings, Stephanie, Sharon, Steve,<br />

and Mary Jo (Darrell); as well as many<br />

other family and friends.<br />

Charlie enjoyed spending time with his<br />

family and each year looked forward to<br />

hunting and fishing season. He was a dedicated<br />

member and volunteer at Amvets Post<br />

1928, Columbus, where friends and family<br />

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condolences to the family, please visit www.radermcdonaldtiddfuneralhome.com.<br />

SMITH<br />

James R. Smith, 78, of London, Ohio, passed away on May 26,<br />

<strong>2022</strong>. James’s wishes were to be cremated and no services are<br />

planned. Rader-McDonald-Tidd Funeral Home, West Jefferson,<br />

Ohio, assisted the Smith family. Please visit www.radermcdonaldtiddfuneralhome.com<br />

to share condolences with the family.<br />

FRIDLEY<br />

Beverly D. Fridley, 67, of Galloway, formerly of West Jefferson,<br />

Ohio, passed away on May 31, <strong>2022</strong>. Bev was a graduate of West<br />

Jefferson High School, a lifetime Ladies Auxiliary member and past<br />

president of the Ladies Auxiliary at West Jefferson V.F.W. Post<br />

7005, and retired from customer service with the State of Ohio.<br />

She was preceded in death by: her son, Todd Gordon; parents,<br />

Virgil and Juanita Frasure; sisters, Linda Sue Wood and Mary Jane<br />

Gammell; and brother, Larry Joe Frasure.<br />

Bev is survived by: her loving husband, Herman Fridley; sister,<br />

Phyllis Shirk; numerous aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews; best<br />

friend, Cindy Gourley Wagoner; and a host of friends, all of whom<br />

will miss her greatly.<br />

Visitation and a funeral service were held <strong>June</strong> 6 at Rader-Mc-<br />

Donald-Tidd Funeral Home, West Jefferson. Burial followed at<br />

Hampton Cemetery, West Jefferson.<br />

SMITH<br />

Oma May Smith, 85, of London died on <strong>June</strong> 1, <strong>2022</strong>, in the London<br />

Health and Rehabilitation. Born on July 3, 1936, in Swordscreek,<br />

Va., she was a daughter of Charly Jackson and Dora<br />

(Richardson) Owens.<br />

Oma had attended Pentecostal Church of Christ and had worked<br />

as a nurse’s aide.<br />

Survivors include: her children, Ricky (Pam) Smith, Angel Gordon,<br />

David (Lana) Smith and Regina (Ira) Gill, all of London; 21<br />

grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren; brother, Herman<br />

Owens of London; many nieces and nephews; and sisters-in-law,<br />

Martha Kress and Linda Shoemaker.<br />

She was preceded in death by: her parents; husband, Jim Smith;<br />

children, Linda Sue Smith, Leonard Smith and Vicky Bradshaw;<br />

grandson, Conrad Smith; granddaughter, Analee (Gill) Davidson;<br />

and siblings, Grace Feeley, Flora Whitehead, Charlotte “Sadie”<br />

Whitehead, Cleo Owens, Floyd Owens, Grady Owens, Leonard<br />

“Blanchard” Owens, Eugene Owens, Howard Owens, Jerry “JD”<br />

Owens and Virgil Owens.<br />

Visitation and funeral services were held<br />

on <strong>June</strong> 5 in Eberle-Fisher Funeral Home<br />

and Crematory, London, with Pastor Justin<br />

Sterrett officiating. Interment followed in<br />

Somerford Township Cemetery.<br />

Memorials in Oma’s name may be made<br />

to: Bella Care Hospice, 110 Polaris Pkwy.,<br />

Westerville, OH 43082.<br />

Condolences for the family may be sent<br />

to www.eberlefisherfuneralhome.com.<br />

BARCUS<br />

After a short but courageous battle with<br />

cancer, Paul E. Barcus Jr. passed away<br />

peacefully surrounded by loved ones on<br />

<strong>June</strong> 2, <strong>2022</strong>. He was born on Aug. 27, 1965,<br />

in Sandusky, Ohio, to Paul Barcus Sr. and<br />

Cora (Jeffers) Barcus Nance.<br />

Paul will be remembered mostly by others<br />

for his love for the game. He was the<br />

best third baseman around. You knew when<br />

you heard Number 9 that PB snagged someone’s ball on that third<br />

baseline! Paul talked about his days of playing baseball and softball<br />

up until his final days. Paul loved to hang out with all of his Bunco<br />

Husbands and Camper Friends on the weekends. He loved being<br />

outside, whether at the house working on the yard and pool or sitting<br />

outside at the camper on the deck enjoying a cup of coffee.<br />

Paul loved and cherished his wife, Richelle. He made sure that<br />

every free moment he had that they were together making memories.<br />

The past eight years, Paul got to enjoy life making a lot of<br />

memories with his wife, Richelle, traveling. His favorite thing to do<br />

was going on cruises, so it made perfect sense that Paul married<br />

the love of his life on a cruise. Paul was a momma’s boy and loved<br />

his momma. She was always just one call away. Paul’s love for all<br />

of the kids was unconditional. They could call him with any problem,<br />

and he would be there for them no matter what.<br />

Paul is survived by: his loving wife, Richelle; mother, Cora (Jeffers)<br />

Barcus Nance; children, Nichole Clifton, Corey (Mercedes)<br />

Barcus, Chase Barcus, Alex Barcus, and Ashley Hatfield; brothers,<br />

Patrick (Chong) Barcus and Orville (Carissa) Barcus; sister,<br />

Jacqueline (Todd) Johnson; grandchildren, Averie, Daquanne,<br />

Deionta, Nia, Abigail, and Carlie; stepmother, Janet Barcus; and<br />

numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins.<br />

He was preceded in death by his father, Paul Barcus Sr., and<br />

dad, Earl Nance.<br />

Paul is now no longer suffering and with his father, Paul Sr.,<br />

and his dad, Earl. Paul and Earl are probably already getting a softball<br />

team together and starting a Poor Boy Bass Club.<br />

Please consider making a donation in Paul’s name to<br />

posthope.org. This organization made it possible to keep all of Paul’s<br />

friends and family updated via a blog for free. They are a non-profit<br />

organization dedicated to helping those in need get support and connect<br />

with loved ones privately.<br />

Visitation and a funeral service were held on <strong>June</strong> 6 at Lynch<br />

Family Funeral Home & Cremation Service, London, with Rev.<br />

Jerry Poff officiating. Interment followed at Somerford Cemetery,<br />

London. A meal was shared following the service at the cemetery<br />

at First Baptist Church, London.<br />

Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Lynch Family Funeral<br />

Home & Cremation Service.<br />

AMLING<br />

Michael David Amling, 71, of London, Ohio, passed away on<br />

<strong>June</strong> 4, <strong>2022</strong>. He was born in Pana, Ill., on Oct. 18, 1950, to Dr.<br />

Warren Eugene Amling and Barbara (McMillan) Amling. He grew<br />

up in London and graduated from London High School in 1968. He<br />

went on to Greenbriar Military Academy and then attended Memphis<br />

State University. He was an Army veteran, serving in the<br />

Army Intelligence Corps from 1971 to 1973. While in the Army,<br />

Mike obtained his private pilot’s license.<br />

After the Army, Mike started his work career at Orleton Farms<br />

in <strong>Madison</strong> County Ohio, and Circle S Ranch in Dillon, Mont. He<br />

then worked for Strawser Paving in Columbus until his retirement<br />

in 2016. Mike was an avid reader and enjoyed gardening, traveling<br />

with his family, cooking, and his dogs, especially, Ruby and Cooper.<br />

Mike was predeceased by: his father, Warren, and father-in-law,<br />

Charles Hedges. He is survived by: his mother, Barbara; loving<br />

wife, Karen; daughters, Elizabeth and Sarah Amling; siblings, Tim<br />

(Dorothy) Amling, Babs (Scott LaVange) Amling and Pat (Kathy)<br />

Amling; nephew, Dorrian Amling; niece, Heidi Shiffer, and her<br />

daughters, Camille and Claire; as well as step-daughter, Kelly<br />

(Mike) Besco, and their children, Nora and Rhys Besco. Also surviving<br />

are his mother-in-law, Joan Hedges, and sisters-in-law,<br />

Kathy (Jim) Hackett and Tami (Mike) Hughes.<br />

Family and friends may visit from 4-7 p.m. <strong>June</strong> 13 at Lynch<br />

Family Funeral Home, London, with a memorial service on at 11<br />

a.m. <strong>June</strong> 14 at Trinity Episcopal Church, London, with Rev. Dr.<br />

George Glazier presiding. Inurnment of ashes will be at Kirkwood<br />

Cemetery in London. Memorials in Mike’s memory may be made<br />

to: Trinity Episcopal Church, 10 E. Fourth St., London, OH 43140.<br />

Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Lynch Family Funeral<br />

Home & Cremation Service, London.


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London Library dives<br />

into summer reading<br />

London Public Library has launched its<br />

<strong>2022</strong> Summer Reading Program, “Oceans of<br />

Possibilities.”<br />

Readers of all ages can register on<br />

Beanstack, a virtual summer reading platform,<br />

to log their hours and activities, which<br />

earns them prizes and contest entries. The<br />

Summer Reading Program runs until July 30.<br />

This year’s grand prizes include a bicycle,<br />

activity sets, a ukulele, a gift card<br />

combo, and tickets to the Columbus Zoo &<br />

Aquarium, Get Air Trampoline Park,<br />

LEGOLand, and King’s Island. Adults have<br />

the opportunity to win $50 gift cards to Walmart<br />

or Amazon, or a Kindle Fire tablet.<br />

In addition to the reading challenge, the<br />

library is hosting events for children, teens<br />

and adults, ranging from games and crafts<br />

to escape rooms and live performances.<br />

“We are so excited to finally host an inperson<br />

Summer Reading Program again,”<br />

said Mary Anne Wood, youth services librarian.<br />

“We are looking forward to seeing<br />

everyone back in the library this summer.”<br />

Additionally, children, teens and adults<br />

can enter their names into weekly prize<br />

drawings each day they visit the library.<br />

The Columbus Zoo & Aquarium brought<br />

six ambassador animals to the library for the<br />

Summer Reading kickoff event on <strong>June</strong> 6.<br />

Participants learned about the animals, what<br />

they eat, and about the zoo’s conservation efforts.<br />

Approximately 150 people attended.<br />

For more information about how to register<br />

for the Summer Reading Program and<br />

to see the event calendar, visit mylondonlibrary.org<br />

or the library’s Facebook page.<br />

The library’s hours are: Monday-Thursday,<br />

9 a.m.-8 p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; and<br />

Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.<br />

MEENACH<br />

George Phillip Meenach, 65, of West Jefferson,<br />

Ohio, passed away on <strong>June</strong> 6, <strong>2022</strong>,<br />

at Kobacker House in Columbus, Ohio. He<br />

was born on <strong>June</strong> 27, 1956, in Grayson, Ky.<br />

Phillip was a 1974 graduate of West Jefferson<br />

High School and obtained an associate<br />

degree from Columbus State in<br />

criminology. He was a former volunteer fire<br />

fighter/EMT for Jefferson Township Fire<br />

Dept., a former police officer for the village<br />

of West Jefferson, a former part-time police<br />

officer for the city of London, and a former<br />

assistant chief of the <strong>Madison</strong> Emergency<br />

Medical District. He recently worked in customer<br />

service at the Pilot Travel Center in<br />

London.<br />

George was preceded in death by his father,<br />

Everett N. Meenach. He is survived by:<br />

his mother, Mary Janice (Stamper) Meenach<br />

of West Jefferson; sister, Tamra S. (Anthony)<br />

Venditto of North Canton, Ohio; niece, Angelena<br />

(Jeffrey) Schapiro of Barberton, Ohio;<br />

great-nephew, Micah David Schapiro of Barberton;<br />

and beloved pet, Noel.<br />

Visitations are set for 6-8 p.m. <strong>June</strong> 12-<br />

13 at Rader-Lynch Funeral Home, London,<br />

with a funeral service at 11: a.m. <strong>June</strong> 14 at<br />

Malone Funeral Home in Grayson, Ky., with<br />

Rev. Ron Arnett officiating. Interment will<br />

follow at Hillcrest Cemetery in Grayson, Ky.<br />

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made<br />

to: <strong>Madison</strong> County Humane Society, 2020<br />

State Rte. 142 NE, West Jefferson, OH<br />

43163. Arrangements and care of family by<br />

Oliver-Cheek Funeral Home, Ashville, Ohio.<br />

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CAMERON (SCOTT)<br />

Madge (Scott) Cameron, 63, of Columbus<br />

died on <strong>June</strong> 4, <strong>2022</strong>, in Embassy at Pickerington.<br />

Born on Aug. 7, 1958, in Columbus,<br />

she was a daughter of Manuel and Mabel<br />

Elizabeth (Henderson) Scott.<br />

Madge was a member of St. Paul AME<br />

Church and retired from the State of Ohio<br />

Department of Mental Health.<br />

Survivors include: her siblings, Mary Lou<br />

(Nick) Scott Gambino, Michael (Scott) Henderson,<br />

Deborah Scott, Elizabeth Anne<br />

(Jimoh) Scott Ikharo and Martin Scott; stepdaughter,<br />

Andrea Holland; and grandchildren,<br />

Ariana Richway, Tavian Holland and<br />

Andre Holland.<br />

She was preceded in death by: her parents;<br />

husband, Robert Cameron; grandmother,<br />

Mary Lou “Nanaw” Henderson<br />

Bayless; and brothers, Kenneth and Herman<br />

Scott.<br />

Funeral services are set for 11 a.m. <strong>June</strong><br />

11 in St. Paul AME Church, 11 W. Center<br />

St., London, with Rev. Melvyn Huguely officiating<br />

and interment to follow in Oak Hill<br />

Cemetery, London. Friends may call at the<br />

church from 10 a.m. until time of services.<br />

Memorials in Madge’s name may be<br />

made to St. Paul AME Church.<br />

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

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

Condolences for the family may be sent<br />

to www.eberlefisherfuneralhome.com.<br />

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Fair board election info<br />

Anyone interested in running for a seat on the <strong>Madison</strong> County<br />

Senior Fair Board can stop by the fair office to pick up petitions.<br />

The office is located on the fairgrounds, 205 Elm St., London. Current<br />

hours are 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday-Thursday. For details, call<br />

(740) 852-1654.<br />

www.madisonmessengernews.com<br />

Teen ambassador applications due July 1<br />

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost’s office is accepting<br />

applications for its Teen Ambassador Board.<br />

The board consists of upper-level high school students<br />

from public, private, charter and online schools in<br />

Ohio, as well as students who are home-schooled. The<br />

mission of the program is to provide Ohio’s future leaders<br />

with an inside look at Ohio law and government.<br />

Board members advise the office on issues relating<br />

to teens and collaborate with their peers to develop solutions<br />

to those issues. They serve a one-year term, during<br />

which they participate in activities throughout the<br />

state.<br />

Ohio high school students who will be juniors or seniors<br />

during the <strong>2022</strong>-23 academic year are eligible to<br />

apply for the Teen Ambassador Board.<br />

Applications are due July 1, <strong>2022</strong>. The application<br />

can be found on the Ohio Attorney General’s website,<br />

www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov.<br />

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING FOR<br />

PROPOSED MAJOR UTILITY FACILITY<br />

Oak Run Solar Project, LLC (Oak Run Solar) a wholly-owned subsidiary of Savion, LLC (Savion), which<br />

is part of the Shell Group, has scheduled a public information meeting to discuss the proposed Oak Run<br />

Solar generation and transmission line facilities, to be located in Monroe, Somerford, and Deercreek Townships,<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County, Ohio on <strong>June</strong> 22, <strong>2022</strong>.<br />

The generation facility will be sited on approximately 6,060 acres and have a maximum total generating<br />

capacity of up to 800 megawatts (MW), including associated transmission lines and substations. The Project<br />

may also include an advanced battery system up to 300 MW in size. The purpose of the facility is to generate<br />

electricity to inject into the local transmission grid. Construction is anticipated to begin as early as the<br />

fourth quarter of 2023, resulting in commercial operations as early as the fourth quarter of 2025. A map<br />

showing the general outline of the generation Project Area is below. See Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB)<br />

Case No. 22-549-EL-BGN.<br />

The transmission line facility will support the Oak Run Solar generation facility (OPSB Case No. 22-549-<br />

EL-BGN) and will be a 230 kilovolt (kV) line that will be approximately 3.5 miles long within the Project<br />

boundary. There will be two Project collection substations. The transmission route will begin at each of the<br />

two Project collection substations, joining together near Urbana-West Jefferson Road within the generation<br />

facility footprint, approximately 1 mile southwest of the Village of Plumwood, before continuing east to<br />

the Project step-up substation. The alternate route is also anticipated to initiate at the Project substations<br />

and terminate at the Project step-up substation and, while it is still being developed, it will likely be configured<br />

and located similar to the preferred route, but further to the north, as shown in the map below.<br />

Construction of the transmission line is estimated to begin in the fourth quarter of 2023 and be completed<br />

in the fourth quarter of 2025. The primary purpose of the transmission line is to deliver up to 800 MW of<br />

clean, renewable electricity from the Oak Run generation facility to the regional electric grid to serve the<br />

needs of electric utilities and their customers. See Ohio Power Siting Board OPSB Case No. 22-550-EL-<br />

BTX.<br />

On <strong>June</strong> 22, <strong>2022</strong>, Oak Run Solar will host a public information meeting for the generation and transmission<br />

line facilities. The public information meeting will take place from 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., at the<br />

Monroe Elementary School in Plumwood, Ohio, 5000 OH-38, London, OH 43140. Information describing<br />

the facility will be made available through an open house, posterboard session format. Attendees<br />

may arrive anytime between 4:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. to engage with Oak Run Solar representatives on hand<br />

to answer questions regarding the facilities. Oak Run Solar will have a pre-recorded PowerPoint presentation<br />

available for viewing at the meeting in addition to resources that attendees can take home with them.<br />

Oak Run Solar anticipates filing its generation application with the OPSB within 90 days of the public information<br />

meeting. OPSB’s case number for the generation project is 22-549-EL-BGN and the filings<br />

made with the OPSB in the Oak Run Solar’s generation case can be viewed at<br />

https://dis.puc.state.oh.us/CaseRecord.aspx?CaseNo=22-549&x=0&y=0<br />

Oak Run Solar anticipates filing its transmission line application with the OPSB within 90 days of the<br />

public information meeting. OPSB’s case number for the transmission line project is 22-550-EL-BTX and<br />

the filings made with the OPSB in the Oak Run Solar’s transmission line case can be viewed at<br />

https://dis.puc.state.oh.us/CaseRecord.aspx?CaseNo=22-550&x=8&y=19<br />

Information about the generation and transmission line facilities, which includes maps, is available on Oak<br />

Run Solar’s website (www.oakrunsolarproject.com) for viewing by the public at their convenience prior to<br />

the public information meeting. Alternative access to the information is also available upon request by contacting<br />

the Oak Run Solar team at info@oakrunsolarproject.com or (816) 421-9543. The public can submit<br />

comments to Oak Run Solar anytime via Oak Run Solar’s website or in writing via email or mail. Individuals<br />

can also reach out directly to the Oak Run Solar team at the Savion Solar Project Center, located at 15 S.<br />

Main St., Mechanicsburg, OH 43044 to obtain additional information on the Project.<br />

Upon the receipt of the generation and transmission line application(s), OPSB will review the application(s)<br />

to determine if it is complete so OPSB staff can begin its investigation. Should OPSB find the application(s)<br />

complete, OPSB will set a date for public hearing(s), not less than 60 nor more than 90 days after such<br />

finding. The public hearing consists of two parts: a public hearing where OPSB will accept written or oral<br />

testimony and an adjudicatory hearing. 15 days prior to the public hearing, OPSB’s staff will submit a<br />

written report on the Project.<br />

OPSB accepts written comments on the generation and transmission line facilities from interested persons<br />

at any time, as well as written or oral testimony from any person at the public hearing. Petitions to intervene<br />

in the adjudicatory hearing will be accepted by OPSB in accordance with a deadline set by OPSB. To<br />

request notification of the public hearing or submit comments in the docket contact OPSB at 180 E. Broad<br />

St., Columbus, OH 43215, 1-866-270-6772, or contact OPSB@puc.state.oh.us. Petitions to intervene<br />

should be addressed to Docketing Division, the Ohio Power Siting Board, 180 E. Broad St., Columbus,<br />

OH 43215 or can be electronically filed. All correspondence and petitions to intervene must include reference<br />

to Case No. 22-549-EL-BGN for the generation facility and Case No. 22-550-EL-BTX for the<br />

transmission facility.<br />

The following map shows the general outline of the generation facility and location of the Project Area:<br />

The following map shows the general outline of the transmission line facility and location of the<br />

Project Area:<br />

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Free Movie<br />

Mars Property Services and the London State Theater, 67 S.<br />

Main St., London, will present “Spirit Untamed” (PG). This show is<br />

free and open to the public. Showtime is noon on <strong>June</strong> 25.<br />

In “Sprit Untamed,” young Lucky Prescott befriends a wild mustang<br />

named Spirit, who shares her rebellious spirit. When a heartless<br />

wrangler plans to capture Spirit and his herd, Lucky and her<br />

new friends embark on the adventure of a lifetime to rescue the<br />

horse that forever changed her life.<br />

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Flag Day<br />

The American Flag is the most visible symbol of our country. It<br />

is the symbol of the greatest and oldest democracy in the world<br />

and it represents the freedom of choice.<br />

Let each of us who own an American flag take the time<br />

Tuesday, <strong>June</strong> 14th, to proudly display this mighty symbol of<br />

freedom in front of our homes and businesses to show our love<br />

and respect for America.<br />

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Republican Central Committee<br />

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

will meet at 7 p.m. <strong>June</strong> 7 at the <strong>Madison</strong> County Engineer’s<br />

Office, 825 U.S. Rte. 42, London.<br />

Archaelogical Society Display<br />

The Darby Creek chapter of the Archaeological Society<br />

of Ohio will display Native American artifacts and<br />

early pioneer metal detected artifacts from 12 to 2 p.m.<br />

<strong>June</strong> 12 at the <strong>Madison</strong> County Historical Society, 260<br />

E. High St., London. The <strong>Madison</strong> County Historical Society<br />

Museum will be open the same day from 1 to 4<br />

p.m. The public is welcome to look over the artifacts, ask<br />

questions, and participate in general discussions about<br />

the artifacts, as well as visit the historic treasures<br />

housed at the museum.<br />

Pleasant Township Trustees<br />

The Pleasant Township trustees will meet July 5 at<br />

7 p.m. due to the 4th of July holiday. The meeting will<br />

take place at the township building, 84 N. London St.,<br />

Mount Sterling. For details, call (740) 869-3755.<br />

West Jeff Streetfest<br />

The West Jefferson July 4th Streetfest will take<br />

place July 2-4 on South Center and Pearl streets in<br />

downtown West Jefferson. Live music, rides, food, a parade<br />

and fireworks are planned.<br />

The parade is set for 11 a.m. July 4 (lineup at 10<br />

a.m.). Parade entry forms are available at Mike’s Pizza<br />

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and the West Jefferson Water Department. Entries<br />

should have a patriotic theme. This year’s theme is<br />

“Proud to be an American.”<br />

Fireworks will go off at 10 p.m. July 4.<br />

This year’s prize drawing features a Pitt Boss fourburner<br />

griddle. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at<br />

VFW Post 7005, West Jefferson Hardware, Mike’s<br />

Pizza, and during the Streetfest. The drawing will be<br />

held at 9 p.m. July 4.<br />

To reserve a crafter space, call Terry at (614) 507-<br />

3155. For general questions about the streetfest, call<br />

Bob Harper at (614) 879-8840.<br />

Retired Teachers<br />

The <strong>Madison</strong> County Retired Teachers Association<br />

will meet on <strong>June</strong> 13 at Der Dutchman Restaurant, 445<br />

S. Jefferson Ave., Plain City. Lunch is served 11:30<br />

a.m.-12:30 p.m. followed by the meeting 12:30-1:30 p.m.<br />

The program is “Travels with <strong>Madison</strong> County Retired<br />

Teachers Carol Bichler, Sharon Garver and Barb Butler.<br />

For details, call Ray Justice at (740) 852-1705.<br />

Crego Family Reunion<br />

The Crego Family Reunion 100th Anniversary will<br />

take place at 12 noon on <strong>June</strong> 26 at Pastime Park in<br />

Plain City.<br />

Health District Board<br />

The <strong>Madison</strong> County London City Health District<br />

Board will meet at 5 p.m. <strong>June</strong> 13 at <strong>Madison</strong> County<br />

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Mt. Sterling Community Center<br />

The Mount Sterling Community Center<br />

is located at 164 E. Main St. For details, call<br />

(740) 869-2453. Open daily for walking in<br />

the gym, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.<br />

• <strong>June</strong> 14—10 a.m.-1 p.m., kids’ activities<br />

and lunch<br />

10-11 a.m., Take Off Pounds Sensibly<br />

3-6 p.m., food pantry for income eligible<br />

households. Pre-packed food boxes are delivered<br />

to your vehicle. Bring proof of residency<br />

at your first visit and photo ID at<br />

every visit. Call the center for details.<br />

8-9 p.m., Alcoholics Anonymous<br />

• <strong>June</strong> 15—10 a.m.-3 p.m., sewing for<br />

adults<br />

5-6 p.m., all-level yoga ($10 per class)<br />

• <strong>June</strong> 16—5-10 p.m., Summer Jam Festival<br />

in downtown Mount Sterling<br />

7:30-9 p.m., adult open volleyball<br />

• <strong>June</strong> 17—10 a.m.-1 p.m., kids’ activities<br />

and lunch<br />

1-4 p.m.. Pokemon card club<br />

5-8 p.m., 3-on-3 basketball tournament<br />

(call the center for details)<br />

5-10 p.m., Summer Jam Festival in<br />

downtown Mount Sterling<br />

6:30-7:30 p.m., boot camp exercises<br />

7:30-9 p.m., adult open volleyball<br />

• <strong>June</strong> 18—8-11 a.m., 3-on-3 basketball<br />

tournament (call the center for details)<br />

10 a.m.-3 p.m., sewing for all ages and<br />

abilities<br />

12-10 p.m., Summer Jam in downtown<br />

Mount Sterling<br />

• <strong>June</strong> 19—6:30-7:30 p.m., Alcoholics<br />

Anonymous<br />

• Produce Markets—second and fourth<br />

Tuesdays of every month.<br />

London Public Library<br />

20 E. First St., (740) 852-9543.<br />

• Summer Reading Program. This<br />

year’s theme is “Oceans of Possibilities.”<br />

The program runs through July 30. Children<br />

and adults can win prizes for participating<br />

in the reading challenge. Several<br />

fun, educational events are planned. For<br />

the events calendar and details about how<br />

to register, visit mylondonlibrary.org or the<br />

library’s Facebook page.<br />

• Book Boot Camp. 11 a.m. Tuesdays.<br />

For ages 4-10, this program helps kids get<br />

active and learn about healthy lifestyles<br />

through physically active book readings and<br />

songs.<br />

HBMLibrary<br />

Hurt/Battelle Memorial Library, 270<br />

Lilly Chapel Rd., West Jefferson, offers the<br />

following activities and services. For details,<br />

call (614) 879-8448 or visit hbmlibrary.org.<br />

• Storytimes. Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m.<br />

• Steam Ocean Acrylic Painting. Set for<br />

5 p.m. <strong>June</strong> 13, this painting class is open<br />

to everyone in grade 6 through adult. Registration<br />

is required due to limited supplies.<br />

• Board Meeting. The library board will<br />

meet at 6 p.m. <strong>June</strong> 14. The building and<br />

Farm Bureau plans solar energy briefing<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Farm Bureau members<br />

are invited to attend a briefing on utility<br />

scale solar energy issues. Sponsored by<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Farm Bureau, the briefing<br />

will be held at 6:30 p.m. <strong>June</strong> 15 at<br />

Beck’s Hybrids, 720 U.S. Rte. 40, London.<br />

Attendees must be Farm Bureau members<br />

and must RSVP by contacting the<br />

county Farm Bureau office at 800-451-<br />

8908 or madison@ofbf.org.<br />

Dale Arnold, the Ohio Farm Bureau<br />

Federation’s (OFBF) director for energy,<br />

utility and local government policy, is facilitating<br />

the program.<br />

Solar energy and its role in Ohio’s energy<br />

portfolio is becoming a major issue<br />

impacting consumers, landowners and<br />

local communities. During the briefing,<br />

Arnold will discuss energy market trends,<br />

construction guidelines and remediation<br />

grounds committee will meet at 5:30 p.m.<br />

Anyone who would like to attend is asked to<br />

contact the director at<br />

csiscoe@hbmlibrary.org.<br />

• Science of the Sea. At 10:30 a.m. <strong>June</strong><br />

17, Crystal Clear Science will talk about the<br />

science of the sea and lead hands-on activities.<br />

Free pizza for children after the program.<br />

• Mobile Vaccine Clinic. Matrix Medical<br />

Network will provide COVID-19 vaccines<br />

and boosters for Moderna, Pfizer and Pfizer<br />

PED from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 22 and<br />

Aug. 19 at the library. They are free with no<br />

appointments required.<br />

Mount Sterling Library<br />

Mount Sterling Public Library is located<br />

at 60 W. Columbus St. Call (740) 869-2430<br />

or visit www.mtsterlingpubliclibrary.org.<br />

• Bookmobile. The bookmobile will make<br />

stops on <strong>June</strong> 15, <strong>June</strong> 29, July 13, July 27,a<br />

nd Aug. 10. Look for it in South Solon from<br />

11 to 11:30 a.m. and in Midway from 12:15<br />

to 12:45 p.m.<br />

• Summer Family Storytime. These special<br />

storytimes for ages 8 and older will take<br />

place at 10:30 a.m. <strong>June</strong> 13 and <strong>June</strong> 27.<br />

Story books and age-appropriate crafts are<br />

planned. No registration required.<br />

• Summer Reading Kickoff. The theme<br />

this year is “Summer Treasure: Find it at<br />

Your Library.” Stop by the front desk to pick<br />

up reading logs. Every completed 10 items<br />

on a reading log turned in earns you a spot<br />

in the drawing for prizes.<br />

• Crystal Clear Science: Wonderful<br />

Water. 10:30 a.m. <strong>June</strong> 10, recommended for<br />

grades K-8. Participants will use the scientific<br />

method to learn the science behind<br />

sinking and floating. Learn about surface<br />

tension with the Upside-Down Jar and Do<br />

Not Open bottles. Learn about environmental<br />

stewardship using Perilous Plastics and<br />

Disappearing Water experiments.<br />

standards. Issues concerning eminent domain<br />

and farmland preservation will be<br />

explored, as well as what community<br />

stakeholders can do to get involved in the<br />

Ohio Power Siting Board evaluation<br />

process.<br />

“Representatives from energy service<br />

companies are contacting residents in the<br />

region, and many folks have questions and<br />

concerns,” said Jonathan Francis, <strong>Madison</strong><br />

County Farm Bureau president.<br />

Project developers will need to work<br />

with local government leaders and residents<br />

to accommodate transmission lines,<br />

sub stations and interconnection facilities.<br />

Construction creates the need to craft effective<br />

Road Use Maintenance Agreements<br />

(RUMAs) with county and township governments.<br />

Many community stakeholders<br />

want to know more about power siting,<br />

• Ladies Night Out Movie. Watch “Dog”<br />

(PG-13) on the library’s big screen on <strong>June</strong><br />

27. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. The library will<br />

supply individual popcorn treats, cold<br />

drinks and coffee. To RSVP, call (740) 869-<br />

2430 or text Melissa at (614) 315-7939.<br />

Seating is limited to the first 10 people who<br />

RSVP.<br />

• Mark Wood Fun Show. 2 p.m. <strong>June</strong> 30<br />

at the Mount Sterling Community Center.<br />

Mark Wood’s interactive magic show focuses<br />

on Silly Sea Adventures. Recommended for<br />

children 3 and older.<br />

taxes, vegetative management, soil and<br />

water conservation, decommissioning<br />

plans, conflict resolution procedures and<br />

other regulatory rules concerning utility<br />

scale solar facilities in the neighborhood.<br />

This briefing is one of several that<br />

county Farm Bureaus are sponsoring on<br />

energy development issues impacting the<br />

region and state.<br />

“OFBF has a unique perspective when<br />

it comes to energy development,” Arnold<br />

said. “We have members that are interested<br />

in collaboration with energy developers,<br />

as well as members who have serious<br />

concerns about potential impacts that need<br />

to be addressed.”<br />

OFBF has intervened as a party of<br />

record, representing member interests and<br />

concerns in close to 100 proceedings with<br />

the Ohio Power Siting Board.<br />

Plain City Library<br />

Plain City Public Library is located at<br />

305 W. Main St. and online at<br />

www.plaincitylib.org. Call (614) 873-4912.<br />

• Summer Reading Program. The program<br />

offers participants rewards for reading<br />

over the summer months and is for ages<br />

3 through adult. No need to register. Pick<br />

up a reading log at the library or print one<br />

using the links at www.plaincitylib.org/srp.<br />

Reading logs can be returned in person, in<br />

the library’s book drop, by mail, or by email.<br />

Visit the library’s website for more information<br />

on events, logs and prizes.<br />

• Storytime. Mondays at 10:30 a.m., join<br />

the library in-person at Plain City’s Pastime<br />

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

Youtube and Twitter channels for storytime<br />

complete with songs, rhymes and books.<br />

• The Little Mermaid presented by<br />

Bright Star Touring Theatre. At 3 p.m. <strong>June</strong><br />

13, the hilarious duo, Lenny and Mabel, will<br />

provide a fun take on Hans Christian Anderson’s<br />

classic fairy tale, “The Little Mermaid.”<br />

No registration is required.<br />

• Teen Book Club. Love reading and<br />

want to try something new? Consider this<br />

three-session book club for teens in grades<br />

7-10. The club will explore a variety of genres<br />

and meet for discussion of relevant topics.<br />

Book club participants will also get the<br />

chance to preview new young adult fiction<br />

and non-fiction books before they hit the<br />

shelves. The first session is at 6:30 p.m.<br />

<strong>June</strong> 21 and features “The Last Cuentista”<br />

by Donna Barba Higuera. Registration is<br />

required.<br />

West Jefferson Events<br />

• Lunch & Learn. Through Aug. 11 at<br />

the Community Center, 230 Cemetery Rd.<br />

Every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday,<br />

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. All ages welcome but<br />

geared to ages 5-12.<br />

• Friday Night Uptown.<br />

July 15—Pandora Effect, 6-9 p.m.; Slap<br />

Happy’s, Guac & Roll, and Miller’s Ice<br />

Cream food trucks.<br />

Aug. 5—North to Nashville, 6-9 p.m.; 3<br />

Flame BBZ, Roadside Lunchbox, and<br />

Layla’s Sweet Treats food trucks.<br />

• Fishing Derby. <strong>June</strong> 19, 10 a.m.-12<br />

p.m., at Krazy Glue, 1450 W. Main St.,<br />

West Jefferson.<br />

• Daddy Daughter Dance. <strong>June</strong> 18, 6-8<br />

p.m., at the Community Center, 230 Cemetery<br />

Rd. Theme: “Butterfly Kisses.”<br />

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Phoenix and Walt are looking for new homes<br />

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

adoption at the Humane Society of <strong>Madison</strong><br />

County.<br />

Phoenix<br />

Hello, my<br />

name is Phoenix,<br />

and I'm looking<br />

for my forever<br />

home. I am a female<br />

and about 2<br />

years old.<br />

When I arrived<br />

at the shelter,<br />

the staff<br />

discovered I had<br />

little trust in humans because I had very little<br />

interaction with them. So, they called a<br />

really nice lady who volunteered to take me<br />

to her home where I could work on some of<br />

my issues, like shyness, in a quieter environment.<br />

I would be very happy as an only cat but<br />

could live with dogs and cats if they are the<br />

quiet type. I still like to hide on occasion if I<br />

feel scared or stressed, but after everything<br />

calms down I come back out to show my<br />

cute, little personality.<br />

The family that chooses to take me home<br />

will have to be patient with me while I adjust,<br />

but once I am comfortable, you won't<br />

regret your decision to adopt me.<br />

The adoption fee is $80 for kittens up to<br />

6 months old and $60 for cats 7 months and<br />

older. It includes: a FeLV/FIV test, spay or<br />

neuter, set of shots, deworming, and a oneyear<br />

rabies shot (if old enough). Fees can be<br />

paid by cash or credit card.<br />

Walt<br />

Walt arrived<br />

at the shelter<br />

over the winter<br />

as a transfer<br />

from another<br />

shelter that was<br />

o v e r c r o w d e d .<br />

Walt’s breed is<br />

up in the air. He<br />

likely is a mix of<br />

all sorts of<br />

breeds, but one thing is fore sure: he’s a big,<br />

goofy boy. He weighs around 65 pounds and<br />

is about 1.5 years old with an estimated<br />

birthday of <strong>June</strong> 2020.<br />

Walt is a very happy, funny guy who<br />

loves attention from humans. He is currently<br />

in the prison training program where<br />

he is working with a trained handler to<br />

focus his attention and direct his puppy-like<br />

energy to positive things, like basic commands,<br />

leash training, and even some<br />

agility course training. The training program<br />

has been doing a lot of good for him because<br />

he is learning to suppress the puppy<br />

behaviors that should have been addressed<br />

when he was a small pup.<br />

Walt likes other dogs and communicates<br />

very well with them. Because he is such a<br />

big boy, he should only go to a house with<br />

other dog(s) who match his size and energy<br />

level. Regarding cats, he loves them so<br />

much that he wants to play with them as if<br />

they are big doggos. It could stress out a cat<br />

to bring a dog like Walt into the home, so<br />

the shelter staff recommends a cat-free<br />

home.<br />

He would do well with older kids who<br />

have experience with big, bouncy dogs and<br />

who won’t be easily knocked down. If he<br />

went to a home with small children, he<br />

could accidentally knock them over when he<br />

gets the zoomies. Speaking of zoomies, it<br />

would be great if a forever home for this<br />

dude included a fenced-in area so he could<br />

run off his energy. If not a fenced-in yard,<br />

then he will need to burn off his big boy energy<br />

in other ways, such as with an active<br />

family that regularly enjoys activities like<br />

hiking and running.<br />

Walt is seriously an amazing dog who deserves<br />

the world. Adoption fees for dogs<br />

vary: shelter dogs are $150, prison dogs are<br />

$200, puppies are $250, and popular purebreeds<br />

are $400. The price includes: a Home<br />

Again microchip, set of shots, deworming,<br />

heartworm testing (if old enough), spay or<br />

neuter, and a one-year rabies shot (if old<br />

enough). All dogs adopted must leave with<br />

a county license at an additional cost of $17.<br />

Fees can be paid by cash or credit card.<br />

Humane Society Info<br />

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

(HSMC) remains closed to the public but<br />

continues to accept applications for adoptable<br />

pets, schedule meet-and-greets for<br />

adopters, and schedule appointments when<br />

possible for the public. To request an appointment,<br />

send email to contact@hsmcohio.org,<br />

call (614) 879-8368 or visit HSMC<br />

on Facebook.<br />

The Humane Society is located at 2020<br />

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

If you are interested in adopting a pet, fill<br />

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or call the shelter at (614) 879-8368.<br />

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Sale of Real Estate<br />

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

Foreclosure Auction<br />

Case# CV <strong>2022</strong>0026<br />

U.S. Bank National Association,<br />

as Trustee for Structured Asset<br />

Securities Corporation Mortgage<br />

Loan Trust 2007-RF1<br />

vs<br />

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The description of the property to be sold is as follows:<br />

Property Address:<br />

1057 Amherst Boulevard<br />

London, <strong>Madison</strong>, Ohio, 43140<br />

Legal Description:<br />

Full Legal Listed on Public Website; Parcel Number:<br />

31-03398.020<br />

Bidding will be available only on www.Auction.com opening on<br />

07/05/<strong>2022</strong> at 10:00 a.m. for a minimum of 7 days.<br />

Property may be sold on a provisional sale date should the third<br />

party purchaser fail to provide their deposit within the allotted<br />

time.<br />

Provisional Sale Date:<br />

07/19/<strong>2022</strong> at 10:00 a.m.<br />

Sales subject to cancellation. The deposit required is $5000.00 to<br />

be paid by wire transfer within 2 hours of the sale ending. No cash<br />

is permitted.<br />

Purchaser shall be responsible for those costs, allowances, and<br />

taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover.<br />

To view all sale details and terms for this property visit<br />

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the search bar.<br />

MM JUNE 12, 19, 26, <strong>2022</strong><br />

MM<strong>2022</strong>276<br />

Sale of Real Estate<br />

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

Foreclosure Auction<br />

Case# CVE <strong>2022</strong>0008<br />

MidFirst Bank<br />

vs<br />

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The description of the property to be sold is as follows:<br />

Property Address:<br />

325 Hathaway Road, West Jefferson, OH 43162<br />

Legal Description:<br />

Full Legal Listed on Public Website; Parcel Number:<br />

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Bidding will be available only on www.Auction.com opening<br />

on 07/05/<strong>2022</strong> at 10:00 a.m. for a minimum of 7 days.<br />

Property may be sold on a provisional sale date should the<br />

third party purchaser fail to provide their deposit within the<br />

allotted time.<br />

Provisional Sale Date:<br />

07/19/<strong>2022</strong> at 10:00 a.m.<br />

Sales subject to cancellation. The deposit required is $5000.00<br />

to be paid by wire transfer within 2 hours of the sale ending.<br />

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Purchaser shall be responsible for those costs, allowances,<br />

and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to<br />

cover.<br />

To view all sale details and terms for this property visit<br />

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

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Jefferson Twp Fire Department-Attn: Lieutenant Bryan Daley<br />

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MM<strong>2022</strong>277<br />

Common Pleas Court<br />

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To: Luz Eduma Mazo, whose last known residence<br />

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Lindsey Hutchinson, Attorney.<br />

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of CIM Trust 2021-NR1,<br />

Mortgage-Backed Notes,<br />

Series 2021-NR1 (Plaintiff)<br />

vs.<br />

Adams, Roger R. (Defendants)<br />

In pursuance of an Order of Sale directed to me in the<br />

above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public online<br />

auction the following described real estate:<br />

Property Address:<br />

167 Toland Street, London, OH, 43140<br />

Legal Description:<br />

A full legal description of the property may be obtained<br />

at https://www.privatesellingofficer.com<br />

Parcel Number: 31-00686.000, 31-00688.000<br />

Said Premises Appraised At: $69,900.00<br />

Minimum Bid: $46,600.00<br />

Location of Sale:<br />

https://www.privatesellingofficer.com<br />

Online Bidding Opens: 7/27/<strong>2022</strong><br />

Online Bidding Closes: 8/03/<strong>2022</strong>, unless extended<br />

under anti-snipe rules<br />

Terms of Sale: A deposit in the amount of $5,000.00<br />

is due in accordance with the terms and conditions of<br />

the online auction. The balance is due within thirty<br />

days after confirmation of sale.<br />

The purchaser shall be responsible for those costs,<br />

allowances, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are<br />

insufficient to cover.<br />

The auction is subject to postponement and cancellation.<br />

Richard Kruse, Private Selling Officer<br />

rfk@gryphonusa.com<br />

MM MAY 29 & JUNE 5, 12, <strong>2022</strong><br />

MM<strong>2022</strong>266<br />

NOTICE OF FILING –<br />

MADISON COUNTY TID<br />

The <strong>Madison</strong> County Transportation<br />

Improvement District (TID)<br />

has completed the financial report<br />

for the period of<br />

January 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021<br />

and has filed same with the Ohio Auditor of<br />

State. The report is available for inspection<br />

at the office of<br />

Bryan Dhume, Secretary/Treasurer<br />

of the <strong>Madison</strong> County TID,<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Engineer’s Office,<br />

825 US 42 NE, London, OH 43140<br />

during regular business hours.<br />

Bryan D. Dhume, PE, PS<br />

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

MM JUNE 12, <strong>2022</strong><br />

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