CC Farm Bureau holds issues briefing


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From left are panelists David Little, Director of Special Projects for Yes On Issue One; Judge Timothy Tepe, Warren County Common Pleas Court; Gina Speaks-Eshler, Deputy Director of Clinton County Job & Family Services; Kent Vandervort, Levy Chairman; and Richard Moyer, Clinton County Prosecuting Attorney.

From left are panelists David Little, Director of Special Projects for Yes On Issue One; Judge Timothy Tepe, Warren County Common Pleas Court; Gina Speaks-Eshler, Deputy Director of Clinton County Job & Family Services; Kent Vandervort, Levy Chairman; and Richard Moyer, Clinton County Prosecuting Attorney.


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WILMINGTON — Clinton County Farm Bureau held a Local Issues Briefing on Tuesday evening at the Annex building.

A panel was designed to show opposing views on State Issue 1 and the Clinton County Children Services Levy, and was open to the public for questions.

The Ohio Farm Bureau;s stance was shared by Brian Rhodes, Clinton County Farm Bureau Public Policy Action Team Co-leader.

Clinton County Farm Bureau President Kym Parks was also present to moderate the program. Salads were donated by our group member and partner Bright Farms.

A live video of the briefing is available on our Facebook page.

From left are panelists David Little, Director of Special Projects for Yes On Issue One; Judge Timothy Tepe, Warren County Common Pleas Court; Gina Speaks-Eshler, Deputy Director of Clinton County Job & Family Services; Kent Vandervort, Levy Chairman; and Richard Moyer, Clinton County Prosecuting Attorney.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_image-2-.jpegFrom left are panelists David Little, Director of Special Projects for Yes On Issue One; Judge Timothy Tepe, Warren County Common Pleas Court; Gina Speaks-Eshler, Deputy Director of Clinton County Job & Family Services; Kent Vandervort, Levy Chairman; and Richard Moyer, Clinton County Prosecuting Attorney. Courtesy photo

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