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Twp. Meeting

March 24, 2018

Hello All!

I am writing you this evening to encourage you to please schedule yourselves for future township meetings.

They are scheduled for the third Monday of each month at 6:30 caucus and 7:00 p.m. meeting.  The other two board members have scheduled Thursday mornings at 7:30 am every week – even though I stated that I could not make this time for meetings.  If you are available to come at this time, please do!

For those of you who came last Monday – I thank you from the bottom of my heart.  It was wonderful to look out in the audience and know that I had supporters out there.

I am sure you have been reading different articles in the paper regarding the Board and their decisions.

I would like you all to participate by coming and witnessing for yourselves what happens first hand and not what is only reported or omitted in local newpaper articles.

This Monday the Board has a special meeting at Noon to hire a new law director.  Please try to attend this important change in our administrative personnel.

Thanks so very much!

Very truly yours,


P.S. It’s a shame that these NEW trustee’s can’t work together.



New Life Community Church

April 5, 2017

New Life Community Church
Good Friday Service Friday April 14th @ 7pm.
Saturday April 15th @1-3pm Easter Egg Hunt and
April 16th @10:30 Easter Service
All at the New Life Community Church at 504 Youngstown Kingsville Road in Vienna Oh. at 330-856-4004 next door to Yankee Kitchen. I hope to see you all there!

New Hours

February 27, 2017

Starting March 11th Columbiana Cadillac Buick Chevrolet
Service and Parts Department will be open for business
from 8:00 am until 12:00pm every Saturday!

Our goal is to make sure that we are providing you with convenient hours
and an outstanding service experience.

We are looking forward to helping you out with
all of your future service needs.
Call today at 866-505-3024 to schedule your next
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Columbiana Cadillac Buick Chevrolet
21 East Railroad St.
Columbiana, Ohio 44408


October 19, 2014


                CANDY –  CANDY –  CANDY

YES! this is a Free event………..

But please help us fill a trunk full of canned/non perishable items for a local Food Bank!   THANK YOU




PTA Needing Help

September 23, 2014

Please read the email below. This is urgent. PLEASE DO NOT LET OUR STUDENTS IN LIBERTY LOSE THEIR PTA. This organization is crucial to the everyday operation of all our schools. It provides the suport financially and with service for so many programs. Our young people have alreadly lost many events that are still held and common in our surrounding districts. PLEASE, I beg of you do not let them lose this and be the only school district without a PTA. I know there are many out there that are capable and I ask you to stand up now and get involved. Never mind this is your school or your community–these are your kids. PLEASE DO NOT FAIL THEM. If I can help with any contacts or questions, please contact me and I will respond as soo as possible.
The LSPTA is looking for a few parents or staff members willing to take on the roll of President or Co-Presidents for our 2014-15 school year.  The PTA provides funding for many educational and social activities throughout our entire district.  We are asking for anyone interested in taking on these rolls to contact us or your school secretary by Thursday, October 16th.  We will have a meeting on October 20th at 6pm in the LHS community room.  At that time, if we have not received anyone interested in the positions we will need to vote on Dissolving the PTA or Making in Inactive until next year until we can find someone.   If we decide to dissolve, there will be no PTA for future years.  If we make it inactive, we can only reactivate if someone steps into the position.  If not, the PTA will dissolve by next school year.  Please consider joining us to keep this organization available to our students.  Below is a list of activities that will be lost if  no one steps up:
Blott – Holiday Cookies (Halloween & Valentines Day)
Blott- Teacher Appreciation dinner
Blott – COSI
Blott – End of Year Picnic
Guy – Spider Fest Refreshments
Guy- Teacher Appreciation Dinners
Guy- Academic Competitions
LHS – Honors Luncheon
LHS – Teacher Appreciation
LHS – Boys and Girls State
LHS – Senior Breakfast (Cake and gifts)
This is just a small list of all the things that the PTA does.  Please spread the word and help us keep this going for our kids. 
Thank You


September 14, 2014

Prescription Drug National Take Back Day, Saturday, September 27, 2014 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the

Township Administration Building. Participants wishing to return unused, outdated, or unwanted drugs

are asked to place the medications in a clear, sealed zip-loc bag, for return. No liquids, needles or

sharps will be accepted. This service is free of charge to all individuals.

Scrap Tire Collection September 27 & 28, 2014 – behind township building. Absolutely no material from

commercial business, Liberty Township Residents only! Maximum eight tires per resident. Only tires off

the rims will be taken.

Liberty Twp. Closes Fire Station

August 27, 2014

LIBERTY: The township has closed one of its two fire stations because of a projected deficit in the fire department’s operating costs for next year.

The township’s station on Belmont Avenue has been closed for about a month, said Trustee Jodi Stoyak and township Administrator Pat Ungaro. They said the closure is likely only temporary, and the station could very well be open again in January.

“This is something that’s been done a half a dozen times over 20 years,” Ungaro said.The closing did not need a formal vote or resolution at a trustee meeting, said township attorney Mark Finamore.The township discussed it with the fire department’s union before deciding on whether to do it, they said; about affects out 40 to 50 residences in the northern part of the township, they said.
Finamore added that the remaining station on Logan Way is actually closer to Belmont Avenue businesses.The reason for the closing is a projected $233,000 deficit in the department’s operating costs, which were driven up by overtime, Finamore said.“We’re trying to reduce the projected deficit by doing three things — close the fire station, reduce overtime, and if a person retires, they may delay replacing that person until they have the money,” Finamore said.“The union and the fire chief are cooperating to reduce overtime expenses while maintaining adequate services,” he said.Under the union contract, the fire department can’t use part-time firefighters until all full-time firefighters have been offered overtime.

The department never replaced a firefighter who moved up after Gus Birch became chief when Michael Durkin recently retired, and it will not immediately replace an inspector who will be retiring soon, Ungaro said.“It’s proactive,” Ungaro added. “We don’t want to lay anybody off in January.”All the department’s equipment is now being operated out of the Logan Way station. – See more at:


August 10, 2014

Last year Holly Goransson sold Girl Scout Cookies at the corner of Rt 304 and Logan Way. At the One Stop Mart. They will be there again this year for a few weeks beginning on March 8, 2014. They have a goal to sell 2000+ (they sold 2050+ last year). I think we all love these cookies and they are only available around this time of year. Here is an enterprising young person in our community who is using her head and working for something. Let’s all support her and all the others who are selling these cookies in our community.
Some Warnings from our Vienna Friends
The Ohio Development Services Agency is warning senior citizens of a telephone scam where the caller, claiming they are from the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP), solicits personal bank information and social security numbers.
The calls come from a 800 number, and in all cases the caller says HEAP was given extra money to help customers because of recent cold weather. Some solicitors refer to the program as the “Energy Assistance Program.”
If you receive a call or have already received a call, report it to the ODSA Office of Community Assistance at 800-848-1300.
We have a local HEAP office the number is 866-747-1041. If you need assistance with preparing for appointment call me at 330-307-0111.
Thank you,
Mary Swift
� Kimmy Cordy from Liberty High School is the latest to sign to play with the newly formed University of Northwestern Ohio Softball Program. Kimmy, C/3B, a team captain hit .433 her junior year, while gaining all conference recognition. 3 Year Starting Letterman (2011, 2012, & 2103) Team Captain (2013)
2nd Team All American Conference National Division (2013) .
All County Softball Div. III-Honorable Mention (2013) Best Defensive Player (2013)
Golden Glove Award (2012). Congratulations Kimmy GO GIRL!
Liberty Speech and Debate has had one of the best seasons we have ever had in the history of speech and debate! This year we qualified 10 students to the State Speech and Debate Tournament Feb 27th-Mar 1st.
State Qualifiers were as follows: Noah Persson, Jala Beasley, Davin Stilson,
Alexandria Hanson, Gianna Davila, Jihad Esmail, Ahmad Amirah, Nathan Derenzis, Zaq Smith, and Abdel Yusuf .
Congratulations to all our students. Speech & Debate will serve them well all through their lives. The community and the staff of LLSD are proud of you!!!

LSPTA Once again this year the LSPTA will sponsor 10 students to Boys and Girls State. This is one of the many events that this hard working seldom heard from organization does every year. You will be hearing more about them in the future.
Liberty Historical Society monthly meeting will be on Thursday, March
6, 2014 (9:30 am Refreshments, 10:00 am meeting). Come join us and find out the news and meet your friends.
Liberty Business Association reg bimonthly meeting will be March 13, at 5 pm in the Community Room of the Liberty Library. It will be a Meet & Greet for participants of SHOP LIBERTY AT 6 PM. 2014 Officers election at 5 pm.
Sunday, March 16, 2014 10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
For more information contact: The Youth Department

This the best buy for the Weekend 7/4/2014

July 3, 2014

This the best buy for the Weekend
Columbiana Cadillac Buick Chevrolet
21 East Railroad Street
Columbiana, Ohio 44408

Sales: Mon-Thurs 9:00AM-9:00PM Tues,Weds, Fri 9:00AM-5:30PM Sat 9:00AM-3:00PM Sunday Closed
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Liberty Relay For Life

May 14, 2014

Be there. Starts Friday at 6 PM and runs until Saturaday at 6 pm.
Fun, games, prizes, raffles, music, dancing, contests, baskets, fireworks and lotsa
Come honor those who have lost the battle, rejoice with those who have won it and raise funds for Cancer’s defeat and cheer on our 24 hour walkers. This is one of Liberty’s premier events. See you there.