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Tuscarawas County Public Library System to host sensory carnival
Thursday, August 16, 2018
The Tuscarawas County Public Library System will host a sensory carnival from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 8 at the Main Library, 121 Fair Ave. NW, New Philadelphia. The event, offered in partnership with the Tuscarawas County Board of Developmental Disabilities and the Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics Centers Pop Up Museum, will feature
Helicopter drops in at Board of DD picnic
Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Those who attended the Vinton County Board of Developmental Disabilities’ community picnic at Wyman Park in McArthur Friday were promised a “surprise.” Sure enough, as everyone was digging into their fried chicken and pasta salad, the hum or a helicopter could be heard in the distance. “It’s something we’ve been
Scioto Downs Casino Employs Adults with Disabilities with the SEARCH Program
Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Eldorado Scioto Downs Casino has put their bet in on SEARCH, a new employment program for people with disabilities. Scioto Downs has teamed up with Pickaway County Board of Developmental Disabilities with the program called SEARCH. This program designed to find people within the adult disability group that can perform and be trained to do a part-time or
Local levies dominate fall ballot
Saturday, August 11, 2018
Voters in Coshocton County will have several property tax levies to consider on the Nov. 6 ballot. Deadline to file for the fall general election with the Coshocton County Board of Elections was Wednesday. The board will certify the ballot at its meeting on Tuesday. However, it appears as if about a dozen levies, many renewals, will be decided. New levies
Nov. election features hot-ticket races, new tax levies
Friday, August 10, 2018
Marion County voters are being asked for more this fall, with several new tax levies set to appear on the November ballot. Wednesday was the last day to turn in local questions or issues for this fall's election to the Marion County Board of Elections. Between several hot-ticket local races, including county prosecutor, two judge's seats and multiple tax
Obhof talks policy at board of DD
Thursday, August 9, 2018
Ohio Senate President Larry Obhof, R-Montville Township, and State Rep. Darrell Kick, R-Loudonville, met with leaders of several board of developmental disabilities Aug. 3 to discuss disability policies. The regional meeting at the Medina County Board of Developmental Disabil­ities included superintendents from Ashland, Holmes, Medina and Richland
County voters will make decisions on 35 tax levies
Thursday, August 9, 2018
More than three dozen issues could come before voters across Ashtabula County in November’s general election. Wednesday afternoon was the deadline to file issues for the Nov. 6 election with the county’s Board of Election, and officials are seeking certification for 35 tax levies and three Sunday sale measures. All are unofficial until
Two countywide levies, two marijuana issues filed in Defiance County
Thursday, August 9, 2018
Eleven issues were registered in Defiance County for the November ballot bef0<e the fall election filing deadline passed Wednesday afternoon. Two of them are countywide, one is a school request for new taxation and two concern decisions on the permitting of medical marijuana-related facilities in two separate political subdivisions. Two issues were filed
County-wide, voters to decide two issues
Thursday, August 9, 2018
Wood County voters will decide two tax issues during the Nov. 6 general election. Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services has a 1-mill, 10-year replacement levy on the ballot, while the Board of Developmental Disabilities is requesting 2.95 mills with 0.50-mill reduction for five years. Both would start in 2018. Wednesday afternoon was the
Changes coming at the Holmes County Board of Developmental Disabilities
Wednesday, August 8, 2018
A slow and steady progression will have the Holmes County Board of Development Disabilities operating a bit differently by 2021 in order to meet changes instituted by the State of Ohio. “For the most part, for those adults who come here every day, there won’t be a difference that our clients will see on their end,” explained Marianne
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