COLUMBUS – The Ohio House of Representatives voted in favor of House Bill 93, changing the limitations on recovery and lien imposition by municipalities against property owners of non-owner-occupied properties for unpaid water, sewer, and disposal services rates and charges. The measure is joint sponsored by State Reps. Mark Johnson (R-Chillicothe) and Riordan McClain (R-Upper Sandusky).
COLUMBUS –State Reps. Mark Johnson (R-Chillicothe) and Justin Pizzulli (R-Scioto County) last week participated in a Legislative Roundtable discussion with local elected officials and economic development leaders from across the southern Ohio region.
COLUMBUS – The Ohio Department of Development recently announced the latest recipients of water infrastructure grants through the Ohio BUILDS program. State Representative Mark Johnson (R-Chillicothe) is happy to announce the village of New Lexington will receive funding to make critical repairs to a water treatment filter in the area.
COLUMBUS – The Ohio Department of Natural Resources recently announced that two projects in Perry County received grants as part of their Recreational Trails Program.
COLUMBUS – State Representative Mark Johnson (R-Chillicothe) today was appointed to serve as Chairman of the Ohio House of Representatives Commerce & Labor Committee.
COLUMBUS—State Representative Mark Johnson (R- Chillicothe) today announced that funding for a project at the Chillicothe Correctional Institution was approved by the Ohio State Controlling Board.
COLUMBUS – The Ohio House of Representatives yesterday concurred with Senate amendments to legislation, sponsored by State Representatives Mark Johnson (R-Chillicothe) and Brian Stewart (R-Ashville), which clarifies the nature of the appointing authority to the boards of trustees for local county hospitals.
COLUMBUS— Today the Ohio State Controlling Board approved $6.5 million in funding for various projects at the Chillicothe Correctional Institution (CCI).
COLUMBUS— Yesterday the Ohio State Controlling Board approved over $48 million for various projects in Pickaway and Ross Counties.
COLUMBUS— This week the Ohio State Controlling Board approved $5 million to improve a lagoon wastewater treatment system and a water treatment plant at Deer Creek State Park.