Letters to the editor

Harris appreciative
Now that the election is finally over and the results are in, I want to thank all those who voted for me. I am forever grateful for the faith and trust you have placed in me as your State Representative for the 19th Ohio House District.
For those who did not vote for me, I hope I can win your trust and represent you in a way that best serves the community.
We may not always agree on issues, but I will always listen to your ideas, be responsive to your concerns and do all I can to represent the district in a way that you can be proud of. We are facing difficult times  which affect all of us directly or indirectly, as individuals, as families and as a community. The budget process will be daunting with massive deficits to be dealt with and hard choices to be made. Education and health care are part of the agenda that will challenge us all as legislators. Working together, we can hopefully work through these times and celebrate good times in the not too distant future.
While I will not have a desk, a phone, or an office until after the first of the year, you are welcome to contact me at marianharris6@gmail.com. After Jan. 5,  you can find me at the Statehouse by calling 466-3246 and asking for me. Please don’t hesitate to contact me by phone, by e-mail, by letter (Marian Harris, House of Representatives, 77 S. High St., Columbus, OH 43215). I am available to come to meetings – to speak and/or just to listen. Please invite me so I can get to know you and your concerns.
Again, I thank you, and I look forward to serving you as your State Representative.
Marian Harris

Christmas in the Village supporters appreciated
Canal Winchester’s annual Christmas in the Village celebration was once again a success thanks to the support of the community. The following individuals and business deserve special recognition for their role in the event:
Huntington Bank, Chase Bank, Canal Winchester Labor Day Court, World Harvest Church, Crossroads Church, Canal Winchester High School Choir, Linda Kletrovets/Ferne’s Attic, Shade on the Canal, Kroger, Jim Hummel, John May, Canal Winchester Historical Society, Canal Winchester’s Division of Streets, Jim Wynkoop, Goddard School, Rick Wagner, Bruce Jarvis, Larry Flowers, Dill’s Greenhouse, Pete Stebleton, Canal Winchester Senior Center, Mike Gust, and Columbus Area "N" Scalers.
This free community event would not be possible without the help of local businesses and individuals through their in-kind donations and volunteerism.
Mayor Mike Ebert & Carrie Hoover,
Village of Canal Winchester and
Bob Garvin & John Garrett,
Main Street Canal Winchester


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