I guess I could have told you what you already know. How I have spent my life doing my best for you and your family. How I have part of a team that has made government smaller and more accountable. Others can talk all they want about what they would do, but my record clearly shows that I am on your side through thick and thin. So, I decided to say "Congratulations!" to you.
I knew that the media would try to make it about me. I knew that some would try to use it against me. You've seen enough failed political promises on Billboards, haven't you? So, I decided to think outside the box- you know, the place where real life happens - and simply tell you how we should look for the good in people.
As you work hard to make your dreams come true, please accept this reminder that what you do is worthy of "Congratulations!" We all deserve a pat on the back, and that says more than all the political ads in Butler County.
NewsThursday, April 10, 2014 9:47 AM
Thursday, April 10, 2014 9:45 AM
Thursday, April 10, 2014 9:34 AM
Gala raises money for Butler County Initiative to Reduce Infant Mortality
The CareSource Foundation in Dayton presented a $20,000 check to members of the Butler County Partnership to Reduce Infant Mortality during an event held earlier this week, said Jennifer Bailer, co-lead for the county effort. An additional $5,000 to $7,000 was raised during the silent auction and gala on Monday." I was inspired and uplifted by the enthusiasm and dedication of the people who came,” Bailer said.
Saturday, March 22, 2014 12:35 PM
New water deal between the county and Hamilton almost sealed
The city of Hamilton and Butler County have come to terms on a new water contract that will ensure the long-term stability of rates for everyone, officials said.
Saturday, March 22, 2014 11:17 AM
Governor Kasich addresses Butler County crowd and touches on heroin addiction issues
At the recent Lincoln Day dinner, Governor John Kasich spoke about his commitment to do the right thing even when it may be unpopular to help those who are less fortunate than others. One of his commitments is to train every young person to be prepared to enter the workforce. He mentioned the partnerships Butler County has forged with our technical schools and universities to reach those goals. He also described the effects of the heroin epidemic on the children of addicts, the criminal justice system and the countless ways this societal problem creates long-lasting financial burdens to our taxpayers. Our schools, medical centers and communities have been challenged to absorb the costs and meet the needs of families dealing with the devastating effects of substance abuse issues. You can help.
Butler County has been building multi-agency, citizen and community alliances to create effective programs and strategies.