Justin Greer

Host – Tinker – Outdoorsman – Tech Nerd

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Man has the world been a busy place for the past few years. With COVID closing just about everything and forcing us to change how we operate, I have grown to have a greater passion for things I once overlooked. Being a Councilperson that is younger, I am always looking for the latest and greatest…

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The City of Barberton is a wonderful place to live, run a business, and spend time outside. I do not think that anyone could deny my previous statement however there are issues in our neighborhoods that must be taken more seriously. UPDATE: City Council Passed the proposal to update the nuisance structure. According to the…

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Recently some colleagues and I put together language that, if passed, would put a temporary hold on the transfer of City-owned properties for up to 90 days. It was brought out of City Parks and Property committee as an emergency and required a suspension of rules on the floor. Many members of the City Council…

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It is no secret that I am an advocate for hunting and conservation. This year I would like to try something a little different and introduce new hunters to the possibilities that Ohio has to offer. As generations of hunters and anglers age out of being able to participate, the younger generation is missing out…

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The 2021 Road Repaving list has been given to the City Council and the City is requesting approval for the contractors. On May 17, 2021, the Streets Committee was given legislation requests that would allow the City to hire 2 different contractors to perform the construction on chosen roads around town. The request came out…

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When running for Barberton City Council Ward 1 in 2019, I voiced my support for term limits regarding elected positions here in the City of Barberton. The idea was well perceived and I can only assume since I was elected by the electors, most supported the idea as well. In 2020, I presented the Charter…

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This is a working copy of my notes regarding the American Rescue Plan funds. City Council was asked to provide feedback on how the funds could be used. April 19, 2021, an email was sent to Councilwoman Frey providing my input regarding the $16 million ARP funds. May 10, 2021, City Council was informed that…

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9,262K Views – 4 Min Read We must start holding our local administration accountable for their actions. Recently, legislation was presented in a way where it was misleading and expected to be “rubber-stamped” while being designed to bypass Federal Regulations using City Council as a scapegoat. It is not a secret that Covid has played…

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Take Pride in Barberton Day is an annual event that focuses on cleaning up areas of the City of Barberton. The event piggybacks on Earth Day every year. This year I wanted to make it as normal as we could to participate in the event. Due to the pandemic, the 2020 event was all but…

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It is that time of year again where we all come together to help clean up our community! This year the Barberton Parks and Rec are making an independent cleanup effort. With this said, I am looking to form a group of volunteers to focus on a few areas in the City of Barberton. The…

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