State Rep. Bill Roemer (R-Richfield) announces $340,000 was approved at the State Controlling Board meeting today for an abandoned gas station clean up grant for a site in Richfield.
State Rep. Bill Roemer (R-Richfield) announces the launch of Cut Red Tape Ohio, a new website developed by the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review (JCARR) and the business community to provide more transparency within Ohio’s rule-making process.
State Rep. Bill Roemer (R-Richfield) has issued the following statement regarding $107,364 for the Summit County Drug Unit funding announced to support reducing drug use and provide substance abuse awareness and prevention:
State Rep. Bill Roemer (R-Richfield) announces that the Ohio K-12 School Safety Grant Program is now accepting applications. The initiative was made possible through legislation Roemer cosponsored and supported to strengthen school security. The funding stems from House Bill 687, which allocates $100 million for this grant program.
State Rep. Bill Roemer (R-Richfield) announces $667,776 that will be awarded to schools in Ohio’s 38th House District for school safety and security made possible through legislation he supported to strengthen school security. The funding comes from House Bill 687, which allocates $100 million for this very important grant program.
COLUMBUS – State Representative Bill Roemer (R – Richfield) visited the former Brandywine Golf Course property last week with Department of Development Director Lydia Mihalik and Peninsula Mayor Daniel Schneider.
COLUMBUS – State Representative Bill Roemer (R – Richfield) today announced the passage of House Bill 513. The bill creates a “bad debt refund” for tobacco wholesalers, similar to the current sales tax refund for retail bad debt. Simply put, a wholesaler who faces bad debt from tobacco sales will now be able to claim a refund from the state for the tax they pay upfront.
SUMMIT COUNTY – State Representative Bill Roemer (R – Richfield) this week voted in support of House Bill 687, Ohio’s $3.5 billion construction budget.
COLUMBUS – State Representatives Bill Roemer (R-Richfield) knows the importance of the All-American Soap Box Derby and is proud to see House Bill 423, legislation joint-sponsored by Bob Young (R-Green), pass out of the Ohio House.
COLUMBUS – Today State Representative Bill Roemer (R-Richfield) announced that House Bills 372 and 542 have been passed by Ohio House of Representatives and will now head to the Ohio Senate for further consideration. House Bill 372 aims to make Ohio’s building inspection process more efficient by allowing for expedited appeals, and House Bill 542 updates Ohio’s cosmetology and barbering statutes to reflect current standards.