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Download: The Heights - Tax Revenues Generated for Various Government Entities

By:
Tom_McMasters
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3,069
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25th November 2012

Executive Summary:
The Heights retail, hospitality and office development will significantly increase the economic activity in the region and generate millions of dollars of public funds for the City of Huber Heights, Huber Heights Consolidated School District, Montgomery County and the State of Ohio.


This document was revealed on the day the residents first learned about the Heights Development Project

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: Auction - Huber Heights City Schools  Jan 12, 2013

I noticed an ad in Huber Heights Courier announcing the Huber Heights School Auction and went to the website JWCAUCTIONS.com :

SCHOOL AUCTION

Location/Directions: Take I-70 to exit 36 (OH-202) and turn south at ramp onto 202 and go approximately 1 ¼ miles to east onto Chambersburg Road and to auction site at Old Wayne High School, 5400 Chambersburg Road, Huber Heights, Ohio 45424. (Plenty of on site parking)…

News: Victoria's Italian Cuisine marches with JROTC

Update --- The Ch 7 story is scheduled to play at 11:00pm Tonight Sunday Jan 20th 2013

I just got a call from Mindy Proctor and she told me Victoria's Italian Cuisine has committed to donate 10% of their Sunday proceeds in order to make sure Wayne High School students have the opportunity to participate in JROTC.  The restaurant plans to continue this program until the newly formed foundation raises enough money to keep JROTC.

News: School Levy Thoughts - March School Board Meeting

The school board decided Mar 7th to take tax levy off the May ballot.  The next school board meeting is on March 21, 2013.  The public will be able to speak on this subject during the public comments part of the meeting.  Read the article in the HH Courier: School Board votes to pull 

Date: March 21, 2013

Description: The Regular Board Meeting has been moved to 3/21/13 at 6:00 p.m. The location of the meeting will be Rushmore…

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: Executive Session - School and City - When are they appropriate?

Saturday Feb 2, 2013 the school board will hold an executive session probably to discuss the upcoming negotiations with the teacher's union.  Is this appropriate?  Both the city and the school board always go into executive sessions for employment discussions. The school and the city are allowed to hold these discussions in executive sessions.  Read ORC 121.22 you'll see they are not required…

News:  School Levy Election day was Tuesday Aug 6th.

From the WDTN website:

Huber Heights Schools Levy
Updated: about a minute ago | Precincts reporting: 100%
 
Percent
Votes
Against  60% 3,462
For 40% 2,287



Hello All,

Remember the special election for the School Levy is on the ballot for August 6th.  Early voting ended Friday so now you have to vote on elections…

News: School Levy details discussed Thurs at Wayne - updated post meeting

Update  (21Dec12)- also see comments after the post;

There was a big turnout at Wayne Thursday evening.  The Board chose to table the school administration's recommendation on $6.3 million of cuts.  The board chose to ask the voters to approve a 9.95 mil propery tax increase. Ms. Gunnell will respond to the State's letter by the Dec 31st deadline.  In that response she will tell the state the…

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