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Unexpectedly? Jay Edwards doesn't like to lose. He didn't run because he would lose. His rise to power was directly related to Householder being able to use and manipulate him. He's lucky he hasn't been indicted. But, never say never.
I thought the Athens mayor, Steve Patterson, claimed he couldn't do anything about the events at the fairgrounds because that wasn't city property but county property. And now a county commissioner is saying it isn't county property. So what is?
The author of this should look at her new contract if he hasn't. Rumor is there's another performance or longevity bonus in it as well. Also what other administration officials have bonus incentives in their contracts?
Where did Edwards get the $200,000 he "kicked in" to the republican caucus campaign fund? (See Columbus Dispatch story from January 31, 2020.)
You can be cited under 3701.352, Ohio Revised Code, which stated, "No person shall violate any rule the director of health or department of health adopts or any order the director or department of health issues under this chapter to prevent a threat to the public caused by a pandemic, epi…
In January, Deb Shaffer stood up at the Board of Trustees meeting and stated that OU wasn't in a financial crisis even though the rumblings had been going around campus since the fall semester. And now a little more than a month later, the financial position is so bad that job losses are …
Are you saying there is a cover-up by OU athletics?
Chuck Barga and Garry Dickerson are as responsible for this as the actual thief, in my opinion. They did not do their jobs. You don't give one person control over an entire area without having some safeguards in place.
I'd love to hear from Chuck Barga, former city manager, and Gary Dickerson, former auditor, as to how this happened. I understand a discrepency was brought to their attention. Did they even look into it?
Technically Nelsonville does have a mayor. It's the president of City Council as is directed in the City Charter. I don't know what specifically you are speaking about with Edwards saying there is a mayor, but technically probably not incorrect.