We attended the Concord Township Trustee meeting tonight. We expected to hear that the Trustees had done their due diligence and had a magic answer to the vexing problem of how to pay for needed fire stations without having Concord… Read More ›
Here is the latest drawing for Concord Township’s proposed main fire station. Concord FS-1_Revised SD_20190702 A few words from Concord Administrator Andy Rose, meant to quell some rumors about the Fire Chief. “A few things to cover based on comments… Read More ›
We found this information on the Riverside School’s website: http://www.riversidelocalschools.com/protected/ArticleView.aspx?iid=6G2YP2Y&dasi=3U30 The Riverside Local School District’s Board of Education has decided not to place a Bond Levy on the ballot this November. The Board will continue discussion as to when to… Read More ›
We have been thinking about the upcoming fire levy that undoubtedly will be placed on the November ballot by the Concord Township trustees. No word yet on the amount of millage or the term. Let’s assume that an upgrade is… Read More ›
Since we were called out for posting financial information that was deemed incorrect by the Concord Administrator, we wanted to post information previously provided by the Concord Trustees and Administrator. We will keep everyone posted when the new financial information… Read More ›
We attending last night’s meeting (June 19th) held by the Concord trustees. Overall, it sounded like the Trustees and the Administrator have heard the residents’ concerns and are reviewing alternatives to the original plans for the combined Administration building and… Read More ›
Mr. Andy Rose had a few….well more than a few…objections to our article on the proposed new fire station….Here is his unedited response…. *********************1776 With regard to your article, “Concord Trustees….love their continuous levies!” published on 6/17/19, I have some… Read More ›
CONCORD TOWNSHIP Grist Mill Retail Center sold at sheriff’s auction By Kristi Garabrandt kgarabrandt@news-herald. com @Kristi_G_1223 on Twitter The Grist Mill Retail Center on Fredle Drive in Concord Township has been sold at sheriff’s auction. The center owned by CRM… Read More ›
Concord Trustees are finalizing plans on a new Administration building and new fire stations. There are plans for two new fire stations, with a possible third in the near future. As we understand it, this is a result of a… Read More ›
From the Riverside School’s website, we found this information: “Congratulations to Melissa Mlakar (Director of Curriculum), James Kalis (Superintendent) and Christopher Basich (College and Career Readiness Coordinator and Teacher) for receiving their Doctorate Degree in Education this past year.” LFC… Read More ›
This is a follow up to our previous post on Concord Township’s Budget: https://lobbyistsforcitizens.com/2019/05/14/concord-townships-budget-by-the-numbers/ There was some “feedback” from Andy Rose, Concord Township’s administrator. Andy got his ‘knickers in a bunch’ because of a statement we made, and asked if… Read More ›
We attended the Riverside School Board this evening and it was the perfect meeting to attend. They had their consultants discussing the options of spending taxpayers’ money to renovate versus building a whole new school. Are you ready for some… Read More ›
LFC offers congratulations to Laura Poje for being nominated for the 2020 State of Ohio teacher of the year award. Best of luck to her.
We were reviewing the Riverside local schools website and saw this article on their “Cultural Playbook” http://www.riversidelocalschools.com/protected/ArticleView.aspx?iid=6GPIA32&dasi=3U30 “The District has developed a Culture Playbook which focuses on values, behaviors and outcomes. The Culture Playbook was developed by the District Leadership Team… Read More ›
Concord Trustees appointed Concord resident Carl H. Dondorfer to replace Chris Galloway as the new trustee. We will have to take the time to meet Mr. Dondorfer and wish him well in his new position.