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We did it, Loveland! Now What?

by Halie Rebeccaschild We did it! On November 7th, 2017, Loveland stood up and spoke with a landslide election of Loveland Community Heartbeat’s endorsed candidates, Neal Oury, Tim Butler, Ted Phelps, and Rob Weisgerber. The voices of Loveland… Read More

Golladay Warns Residents: Don’t Vote for Candidates Who Prevented Quorum

LACK OF A QUORUM by Walter Golladay Walter Golladay is a a resident of the Claiborne neighborhood in Loveland since 1989. He and his spouse, Peggy are proud to have raised a daughter who is a 1990 Loveland High School graduate,… Read More

Loveland and the Lorax: Shanda Gentry’s Address to City Council

Dr. Seuss has lessons for Loveland City Council, August 22nd, 2017 by Shanda Gentry   I am sure we all read Dr. Seuss as children, or had it read to us. In his book, The Lorax, the Lorax said, “Unless… Read More

Loveland has 2 Public Relations Problems

by Tom Morris Tom Morris’s Address to City Council, August 22nd, 2017. Council, we seem to have two public relations problems on our hands that I’d like to address. The first, and most noticeable, is that our town… Read More

2017 Timeline

Year in Review by Topic: 2017 Timeline It’s been a tough political year for Loveland, Ohio; yet, residents have stood up to overcome corruption. And we have persevered. On request, here is a 2016 – 2017 timeline of… Read More

Loveland: One Town Away from a Fitzgerald Train Wreck

by Halie Rebeccaschild Today, July 11th, Mark Fitzgerald will ask City Council to pass an ordinance that would give our city manager, Dave Kennedy, the authority to spend as much as $50,000 without the need for City Council… Read More

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