Justin Greer

Host – Tinker – Outdoorsman – Tech Nerd

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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Thank you to all the residents that have signed up to be in the 2020 City of Barberton Christmas Home Decoration Contest. There are 19 entries to choose from. Please select one home as your favorite display. You can use https://www.routexl.com/f=8260Q2jcY1d6 for guided directions.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has just about shattered 2020 for everyone. On top of canceling everything we were planning for, COVID-19 has also plagued our knowledge of the voting system with bad information, confusion, and uncertainties. For the past few weeks, I have been asked questions on everything regarding voting here in the City of Barberton.…

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Click Here to Download a Sample Ballot To kick off the first podcast, I wanted to initially talk about everything but soon realized there was more important info that needed to take precedence over everything else. The BALLOT! In the first episode I go over the local issues that will be on all Barberton residents’…

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The annual City of Barberton Community Halloween Home Decoration Contest is scheduled to kick off Oct 1, 2020. Registration will be open until Oct 10, 2020 and the contest will go until Oct 31, 2020 at 9am. Last year there was over 20 entries of decorated homes around the City of Barberton. The event provided…

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Now that the residents of Barberton get to voice their decision for a new property tax levy, I feel it is important to understand what is happening, why and how it is happening and what you can do to make sure you are heard. On July 27, 2020, the Barberton City Council approved that language…

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You can feel it in the air. Everyone is tired of all the bad news beginning with the pandemic. Everyone has been effected by the pandemic in one way or another. To top it off, there is now tax talks yet again here in Barberton, Ohio. Over the past week, there have been people reaching…

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On April 27, 2020, council and myself will be reviewing two proposals that would focus on changing the way voting is done in the City of Barberton. The two proposals are focusing on the primary elections and are competing proposals. If council passes the Charter Amendment proposals, they will be placed on the November ballot…

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Is Lake Anna really bottomless? Does Lake Erie feed the lake or have you heard that O.C Barber’s daughter drowned there? These are myths that some Barberton locals swear by. But are they myths or are they branched from fact or some form of truth? Myths like these have sent me down a path doing…

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