Friday, April 13, 2012
Taylor lists the signs she sees of economic growth in Ohio
Ohio Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor met with business owners from the Mentor Area Chamber of Commerce for a Q & A Thursday afternoon at Brunner Sanden Deitrick Funeral Home. While there, Taylor listed some of the signs she saw of Ohio's economic growth. She cited a decreasing unemployment rate, as well as Ohio's status as the top job creator in the country during February and fourth overall this year. She also mentioned that Ohio reclaimed Site Magazine's "Governor's Cup" for having the most new and expanded projects of any state.
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Council unanimously passed a resolution strongly opposing state's proposal Tuesday.
One for the money, two for the show. It’s show time at Avon City Council after they unanimously passed a second resolution Tuesday strongly opposing the state’s plan to shift the collection of local income taxes to a centralized agency in Columbus. Mayor Jim Smith said the state has failed to say how much the state will charge for the collection, leaving the city no choice but to pass a second resolution to display their discontent with the proposal. “There are so many unanswered questions that we feel we have to…oppose it again to let our state representatives know that you just can’t say ‘Oh, trust me, we’ll take care of it,’” he said. “That’s a bad way of doing business.” The idea to move collection to the state government was …
Friday, September 2, 2011
Coast-to-coast national bus tour is coming to All Pro Freight Stadium tomorrow and one or two presidential candidates may make a surprise visit.
For its annual “Reclaiming America” bus tour, the Tea Party Express winds its way across the country, visiting towns big and small in early primary states to spread its conservative message among voters. The next stop: Avon’s All Pro Freight Stadium. Since Avon is the only Ohio stop for the Tea Party Express, the event is expected to attract 5,000 people, and will feature former “Saturday Night Live” cast member Victoria Jackson and author Lloyd Marcus. Lt. Governor Mary Taylor will attend along with Treasurer Josh Mandel – who is considering a run for a U.S. Senate seat in 2012 – Avon Lake Councilwoman Jennifer Fenderbosch said. Fenderbosch, who will represent the Lorain County Republicans organization at the event, noted that one or …
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Mary Taylor a guest of State Senator Gayle Manning
Ohio Lt. Governor Mary Taylor was at Tuesday's Lake Erie Crushers game as the guest of State Senator Gayle Manning (R-13th District) In an interview with Avon Patch, Taylor spoke of her support for Manning's efforts on the regulatory front. She has been making visits in Northeast Ohio for the past few days, including stops in Canton and Hudson.
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
State Senator Gayle Manning, Lt. Governor Mary Taylor and Cleveland Indians legend Len Barker all at Crushers game
State Senator Gayle Manning (R-13th District) played host for constituents at All Pro Freight Stadium Tuesday night for the Lake Erie Crushers game. Manning did a meet-and-greet outside the ballpark as guests picked up their tickets. One of her guests was Ohio Lt. Governor Mary Taylor, who had been in northeast Ohio in recent days. Inside the ballpark, fans lined up to see and get an autograph from Cleveland Indians legend Len Barker, best known for his 1981 perfect game. It was also Westlake Community Day at the stadium. Westlake businesses set up tables along the concourse. Max & Erma's gave away fresh chocolate-chip cookies. Kids could design their own pennants at the Pat Catan table.