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News: Help Wanted:  Mayor, Council members and School Board members

If anyone is interested in becoming Mayor, a member of city council or a school board member of Huber Heights, you must file your application prior to February 6, 2013 (updated filing date). There are 3 council positions and 3 school board positions available. The application process for Mayor and City Council requires you file a nominating petition with at least 50 signatures and addresses of Huber Heights registered voters.

News: Huber Height's Parenting Skills on Communication

  • Posted 12th January 2013, 7:08 PM
  • By Marianont

I often wonder what's right and what's wrong, and if there really is a right and wrong. Then I go into politics, and it just confuses my twenty-one year old mind. With politics I feel that everyone seems to be competing for their own ideals and never for for the people's ideas or beliefs. Then there are those politicians who are neither; in fact those politician are "parents". These "parents"…

News: Public Hearing on Music Center & who is going to talk about the Heat Night Club?

Sorry, I'm late posting about tonight's City Council Meeting.  This will be a quick note as well.
 
The  agenda and read aheads   include the city incentives to Good Sports.
 
The full downloadable .pdf packet is also available.
 
Here are a couple of the interesting things I see:
 
Citizen Comments - I wonder how many people will come and speak about the Heat Nightclub.
 
Item 11B is a Public…

News: School Levy - Yes or No

I'm sitting down about two weeks before election day for the school levy and thought I would write out the reasons I see for and against the levy. 
 
At first glance it would seem that there couldn't be anyone more likely to vote for the levy than me.  I have four kids in Huber Heights City schools and another about to enter.  I have the resources to send them to private school but I keep…

News: Raise Council Pay by 560%!

This Monday Council will vote themselves a pay raise.  Though I believe these council members are grossly overpaid for the quality of work they perform, I argue that they are not raising it enough to pay for the quality we need. 

In what range should we set pay for a city council member?  First, I will address my friend and city podcaster, Matt Truman’s contention that dedicated public servants

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