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State Rep. John Patterson discusses issues facing Northeast Ohio

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KINGSVILLE_State Rep. John Patterson discusses possible loss of congressional seat for Ohio because of declining population, his effort to encourage people to return Ohio, broadband access for rural areas (last mile connection), HB23 Spirited Ice Cream bill and the HB244 Alzheimer’s Awareness Month bill.

AshtabulaCurrent / William A. West
State Rep. John Patterson, of Jefferson, (D – Ohio 99th District), makes a point during interview with AshtabulaCurrent at the Kingsville Public Library.

Other topics of discussion include education funding, return of the three-day sales tax holiday in August, the selling and transfer of cemetery lots between townships and individual owners, buffer zones (strips) for waterways near the western basin of Lake Erie and HB 322 / 323 municipal garbage collection bills that will help municipalities collect delinquent fees.

 

Please click on the image below to view AshtabulaCurrent’s interview with State Rep. Patterson

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