INDEPENDENCE—State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) presented two sample license plates for the Independence Local School District to Mayor Anthony Togliatti and Superintendent Benjamin Hegedish. The plates, which display the school’s “IPride” logo, are currently available through local Bureau of Motor Vehicle locations as well as online.

“I was pleased to be able to present Mayor Togliatti and Superintendent Hegedish with examples of the license plates for their school community at Independence Home Days,” said Rep. Anielski. “Now, friends, family, and students can show their IPride wherever they drive!”

The vanity plate cost is an additional $40. Of that money, $30 will go back to Independence Local Schools for programs focused on the emotional and mental health well-being of their students.

Interested citizens can find the plates online at this address:

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