Union County Chamber celebrates growth

Union County Chamber celebrates growth

There are 6 comments on the This Week Community News story from Dec 27, 2013, titled Union County Chamber celebrates growth. In it, This Week Community News reports that:

Jason Stanford, the chamber's business development manager, said the organization held 26 ribbon-cutting ceremonies for businesses in Marysville that opened, renovated or celebrated another notable achievement this year.

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animal control

Mansfield, OH

#1 Dec 31, 2013
diss iz wrong o so many levelz....
A Bitch in Time Saves 9

United States

#2 Jan 1, 2014
The Chamber of Outsourcing is a better title. This isn't your Grandfather's Chamber of Commerce. All energies and money put to suppress labor and increase the minimum wage. When? When will the pitchforks come out by regular folks? Or even better, the gallows?
animal control

Mansfield, OH

#3 Jan 1, 2014
the chamber's business development manager said

radio shack....gone
fratellis pizza....cone
barrys fish/food..gone
infinity bar....gone
q stick...for sale
jerrys china....gone
office max...gone
twisted sistaha'....gone
krago feed...gone
apple acres orchard...gone
internet cafes....gone
liberty supply...gone
phultzie pizza..gone
san fransico hoffen'bra....gone
skillit diner...gone
McBride auto sales....gone
msvl performance....gone
combs collision....gone
animal control

Mansfield, OH

#4 Jan 1, 2014
there wuz a frontpage article lass month on the cc directors bad ethic probe....it went on @ length about hiz findley failure and a confict between the shitty & kounty and a hint about how hiz regsignation wuz tore-up and he got rehired @ his top-job again....

ting iz/iz the article completely avoided any mention hiz position with the infamous morpc.......Baby!

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animal control

Mansfield, OH

#5 Jan 1, 2014
A news release issued by GreaterFindlay Inc. and the Port Authority blamed Phillips' withdrawal on stories recently published in The Findlay Courier newspaper that raised concerns over the ethics of the relationship between the port authority, a public agency and GreaterFindlay, Inc. a private, nonprofit economic development group.

As part of the deal he negotiated with GreaterFindlay Inc., Phillips also sought a public position that would allow him to remain in the public employee retirement system he is a part of in Union County. The city of Findlay and Hancock County were approached about putting Phillips on their payroll but Phillips would have answered only to GreaterFindlay Inc., not city or county officials. Those groups did not agree to those conditions.

After being alerted to the arrangement, the Ohio Ethics Commission contacted the Findlay groups to schedule a meeting to review the situation. That meeting was canceled following Phillips' withdrawal.

animal control

Mansfield, OH

#6 Jan 1, 2014


Union County was sold on the approach and will pay about $9,000 a year in MORPC dues. Commissioner Steve Stolte said


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