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  Man Charged With Assaulting Two Boardman Policemen Was On Probation For Nov., 2015 Attack On Youngstown Cop  
  Judge Sweeney Claimed ‘Non-Prison Sanction’ Would Adequately ‘Protect The Public’:   August 3, 2017 Edition  
      A 20-year-old Roche Way man, Michael West, who has been charged with assaulting two Boardman police officers on July 23, had been arrested in Nov. 2015 in Youngstown where he was also charged with assaulting a police officer.
      West appeared in Boardman Court last week, where he entered a plea of not guilty to the assault charges and was given legal counsel at public cost.
      Back in 2015, West also received a court-appointed lawyer, and on Mar. 21, 2016 he entered a plea of guilty to assaulting Youngstown policeman Jacob Short, and escaped a jail sentence when Mahoning County Common Pleas Judge Maureen Sweeney imposed a sentence of two years of community control, noting if West violated the term of the sentence, a parole board “may impose a prison sentence” of up to 18 months.
      Short missed work time due to injuries suffered when trying to arre...Read More >>
  Boardman Park Will Seek 6/10-Mil Levy Approval  
  Issue Will Help Provide Funds For Equipment, Capital Improvements:   August 3, 2017 Edition  
     On the Nov. 7 general election ballot, Boardman Park will seek approval of a renewal of an existing three-tenths-mil levy, with an increase of three-tenths of a mil for a total request of six-tenths of a mil.
      The existing three-tenths mil levy was first approved in 1980 and generates $228,000 per year, which represents 17 per cent of the park’s annual income
      If approved, the increase of three-tenths of a mil will generate $279,000 per year, that will be earmarked specifically for capital improvements and equipment.
      In support of the additional request, the Boardman Park Board of Commissioners (Joyce Mistovich, Trent Cailor and Ken Goldsboro) has adopted a resolution mandating that revenue generated by the increase will be strictly used for capital improvements and equipment.
      “The park’s board of co...
  CRWC Donates Scholarship To YSU Foundation For Female ROTC Cadet  
  August 3, 2017 Edition  
CRWC Committee Members Sarah Keeler, Holly Deibel and YSU Foundation President, Paul McFadden
      The Canfield Republican Women’s Club Committee, “Caring for America”, has donated a scholarship for the 3rd consecutive year. The Award is given to a female cadet, based on her leadership abilities.
      If you want to be ready for anything that the world throws at you, join ROTC. With the leadership and management skills gained by adding Army ROTC training to your individual major, you’ll be prepared for a successful civilian or Army career. Students in ROTC learn through a unique program that involves both classroom and “live” situations. For instance, an ROTC cadet might be found leading classmates through adventure training, down a wall during rappelling, or during a lab geared towards first aid.
      In college and after graduation, cadets find that the training and experience they have received are assets, whether pursuing an Army or civilian career. Employers place high ...Read More >>
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