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    The official website for the government of Wood County in Ohio.

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    The official website for the government of Wood County in Ohio.

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    The official website for the government of Wood County in Ohio.

eNews

The Board of Wood County Commissioners is excited to introduce the County’s First Electronic Newsletter. The newsletter is intended to provide citizens with relevant information regarding County operations. We believe it is vital to keep the citizens informed and involved in the County. The newsletter will be published and distributed by email periodically. It will available on the County's website as well as the Commissioners’ Facebook page. If you would like to be added to future distributions, then please send an email to enews@co.wood.oh.us.

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LaHote Elected to the CORSA Board of Directors

The County Risk Sharing Authority (CORSA) announces that Wood County Commissioner Craig LaHote has been selected to serve on the CORSA board of directors. He was elected to fill the unexpired term of Commissioner John Love, who retired as of Dec. 31, 2018.

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Commissioners Select Emergency Management Director

The Wood County Commissioners, Doris Herringshaw, Craig LaHote, and Ted Bowlus, are pleased to announce the selection of Jeff Klein as their new Director of the Emergency Management Agency. The EMA Director serves a key role in the coordination of local, state, and national resources that may be needed to mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from the effects of a disaster. Mr. Klein, from Perrysburg, Ohio, will begin his new role on March 29, 2019, with the retirement of current Director Brad Gilbert.

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Commissioners Urge NO Vote on State Issue 1

The Wood County Commissioners, Doris Herringshaw, Craig LaHote, and Ted Bowlus, today passed a resolution stating their opposition to State Issue 1, the proposed amendment to the Ohio Constitution. The Commissioners urge citizens to vote NO on Issue 1 because, if passed, they believe it will expose citizens across Ohio to increased substance abuse activity, place an undue burden on Wood County taxpayers who will be obligated to pay for treatment services mandated by the new law, further burden county taxpayers who will bear the cost of re-sentencing previously convicted offenders, and attract additional criminal drug activity to Ohio.

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