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Insights (newsletter)

Ashtabula County Insights is a monthly newsletter produced by the Ashtabula County Board of Commissioners for residents of Ashtabula County.

It is published the first of each month as a PDF and is available for download from this site and the county’s official website.

To have the newsletter sent to your email address each month, please sign up for the newsletter on the county website or send an email.

March 2018

  • Dog licenses update
  • What to do when you lose your dog.
  • Why give to United Way?
  • 4-H Week
  • CEBCO wellness

February 2018

  • Building Department tweaks customer service
  • Help wanted at Building Department, ACNRC
  • Why belong to Eastgate?
  • Metroparks calendar of events

January 2018

Commissioners look back on 2017 accomplishments, plans for 2018

Tips to keep your water lines from freezing

How the Department of Environmental Services handles the frigid weather’s challenges to water delivery

Blessing Boxes Scout to be honored

Kathryn Whittington elected President of Board

December 2017

Emergency Management Agency spotlight, Williamsfield tornado, county sues drug manufacturers/distributors, online voter registration.

Archive of Ashtabula County Insights:

November 2017

YMCA youngsters at Canopy Tours, EMA Drill, Barn Quilt 100th celebration

October 2017

Covered Bridge Festival

September 2017

Drug Overdose Awareness Day, Michael Sull proclamation, jail study, Whittington accepted to state leadership program, Ashtabula County Nursing & Rehabilitation Center survey.

August 2017

Public hearings for proposed fee to support solid waste district projects, county fair, challenge course at Lodge.

July 2017 –

Protective equipment donations to Sheriff and Coroner; Rob Portman representative presents federal drug grants program, Ashtabeautiful.

June 2017 –

Land Bank, Challenge Course at Lodge, Senior Citizens Conference, ACCVB Ambassador program, Senior Levy spending.

May 2017 –

Transparency in County Commissioner’s Office; Closing the gap between Columbus and county; Local Food Council/Pairings Food Hub; Drug Court; Use of A Branding; Substance Abuse Task Force; Pinwheels ceremony.

April 2017 –

General Fund budget passed, dog license sales fall behind 2016, tax collections, ARC meeting, proclamations for barn quilt trail co-founder, 4-H; Building Department, phasing out Medicaid sales tax, Shara Parkomaki/law library, Geneva High students honored,  ODSA grants for abandoned gas station fuel tank removal.

March 2017 –

2017 general fund budget hearings, Sheriff’s Department funding, drop-off recycling, Developmental Disabilities Month, dog warden’s Facebook page, Conneaut Chamber award recipients, Chris Raab honored, spring activities in Community Services & Planning, 2016 spending graph, citizens budget review committee.

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