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$1.5 Billion Dividend for Ohio EmployersOhio Governor Mike DeWine is asking the board for the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) to...

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Counties, soil & water conservation districts, land trusts, cities and townships are invited to apply to the Office of Farmland Preservation for...

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ORIL is now accepting research ideas for their upcoming Fiscal Year 2022 program and everyone is invited to submit ideas! The ORIL Board has...

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In collaboration with the Ohio Fire Academy, Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) would like to invite all first responders to...

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In July 2019, Ohio’s 133rd General Assembly passed Amended Substitute House Bill 166 (omnibus bill) to the state’s FY2020-2021 operating...

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Looking for "Masks On" resources for social media, YouTube, radio, and other outreach formats? At this Google Drive link, find complimentary...

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The Local Roads Oil and Shale Program provides economic support for infrastructure repairs in counties, townships, cities and villages impacted by...

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The Ohio Public Works Commission (OPWC) is pleased to announce that Governor DeWine has signed Am. S.B. 4. It includes one year's worth of capital...

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATIONS APPLAUD STATE LAWMAKERS FOR PASSAGE OF FEDERAL COVID-RELIEF FUNDS COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Executive Directors of...

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The Small Town America Civic Volunteer Award, presented by CivicPlus and designed-administered by the Barton Russell Group, is intended to recognize...

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Looking for Grassroots Clippings? Thank you for your interest in the newsletter! As a publication, the newsletter's back issues have been moved to...

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In late March, Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which provided economic relief to states and local...

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