Atlanta Public Library hosts local city and township candidates
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ATLANTA -- The Atlanta
Public Library invites the public to attend two public meetings where they
can ask questions of candidates running for city and township offices. On
March 18, candidates for city council, the library board and the parks board
will be available for questions. Township candidates will attend on April 1.
Both meetings will be at the North Greens Golf Course from 7 to 8 p.m. The
events are free.
On March 18, members of the library
board will also be in attendance to answer questions about the
library's ballot referendum. Representatives of the rescue squad
will attend on April 1 and answer questions about the Logan County
Paramedic Association referendum.
While candidates' attendance depends
on their availability, the library expects most to participate and
encourages the public to take advantage of this important
opportunity to learn about candidates' plans for Atlanta in advance
of the election on April 9.
Candidates for city offices are
Fred Fincham for mayor; Billie Cheek, Matt Clemmons and Bill Moore
for city council; Ken Martin for city clerk; and Vickie Martin for
Library board candidates are Randy
Brooks, Anne Hieronymus, Karen Horn and Susan Kuhlmyer.
Park board candidates are Doug
Thompson and Greg Tucker.
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Township candidates are Staci
Hieronymus Kong and Jack Renfrow for supervisor; Melanie Blankenship
and Julie Tabor for clerk; Daniel Osborn for highway commissioner;
and Joe Daugherty, Wesley Green, Alex Hoblit, Julie Osborn, Betty
Renfrow and Greg Tucker for trustee.
The public meetings are part of the
library's Civic Connections program, which is sponsored by the