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Hamilton County, OH November 6, 2001 Election
Trustee; Township of Crosby Voter Information

4 Year Term.

Results as of Nov 21 12:55pm
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Gary W. Storer 445 votes 40.49%

  • Occupation: 30 years science teacher- Northwest Schools
  • Education: Bachelor of Science/Masters in Education
  • Served as Crosby Township Trustee for 16 years (1983-1999).
  • President of the Board (1991-1999), 22 years resident of Crosby Township.
  • Strong leadership through involvement w/ Crosby Historical Soc., Com'ty Reuse Org., Emergency Planning & Training Committee, Fernald Health Effect S
  • former firefighter E.M.T
  • President Crosby Memorial Assoc., Veterans-Citizens Memorial Committee
  • Against Cross County Connector/ Develop comprehensive local landuse local zoning plan.
  • Fernald Safe Shutdown & Cleanup/ Continued monitoring
  • Senior Center Phase II recreation and rest area enhancements.
L. Jane Harper 393 votes 35.76%
  • Occupation: Retired Teacher
  • Education: B.S. in Ed. & 30 hrs. grad work
  • Life long resident.
  • Served for 12 years as Trustee-1990-2001.
  • Know residents and their concerns
  • Manage growth of township.
  • Maintain rural character while growing without losing rural character.
  • Continue to improve our services to residents.
Melba Guard 261 votes 23.75%
  • Occupation: Art Teacher, Oak Hills School District
  • Education: Masters in Art Education
  • Served one term as Crosby Township Trustee otherwise I am an ordinary citizen of the township who cares to do the best I can.
  • I choose to serve in truth and integrity.
  • Establish a comprehensive land use plan to guide us into the future.
  • To keep residents informed, I want to continue the township newsletter.

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