Rep. Sheehy takes the oath of office for the 131st General Assembly
Rep. Sheehy takes the oath of office for the 131st General Assembly
 Rep. Sheehy presents a House Resolution
Rep. Sheehy presents a House Resolution
 Reps. Sheehy and Patterson
Reps. Sheehy and Patterson
Rep. Sheehy speaks during Committee
Rep. Sheehy speaks during Committee
 Locomotive Engineers, Reps. Sheehy and Hagan
Locomotive Engineers, Reps. Sheehy and Hagan
 Rep. Sheehy addresses the House of Representatives
Rep. Sheehy addresses the House of Representatives
Michael Sheehy is sworn-in as the Representative to the 46th House District
Michael Sheehy is sworn-in as the Representative to the 46th House District
 Michael Sheehy waits to be sworn-in as Representative Sheehy
Michael Sheehy waits to be sworn-in as Representative Sheehy
 Reps. Sheehy and Foley
Reps. Sheehy and Foley
House Dems gather for a picture
House Dems gather for a picture
 
 

State Representative Michael P. Sheehy (D-Oregon) is serving his first full term as of January 2015; he was previously appointed to the seat in mid-2013 to serve the remainder of an unexpected term.  District 46 spans several political subdivisions including Jerusalem Township on the east to Springfield Township on the west. The district includes the cities of Oregon, Maumee, parts of Toledo, and the Village of Holland.

 
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06.20.16 - Rep. Sheehy Announces State Support For Highway Safety During Interstate Route 75 Construction Project

 

State Rep. Michael Sheehy (D-Oregon) today announced the release of $529,953 in state funds to help maintain safe passage for travelers and prevent vehicle collisions during the major widening project on Interstate Route (IR) 75 in Lucas County. The funds will help pay for permanent concrete barriers along the interstate.  

“I am pleased to see the state investing in our local community to ensure drivers and passengers remain safe while construction is underway,” said Sheehy. “These funds are vital to upgrading Lucas County’s highway system and will ensure that both workers and travelers can return home safely at the end of the day.”

 
 

06.06.16 - Sheehy Announces State Dollars For Western Basin Clean-up Effort

 

State Rep. Michael Sheehy (D-Oregon) today announced the release of $355,000 in state funds for the Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority to help improve water quality in the Port of Toledo and the western basin of Lake Erie. The Port Authority will partner with the City of Findlay to use a new silt collector system to capture and remove sediment and associated nutrients from the Blanchard River prior to its entry into the Maumee River and ultimately, the Port of Toledo commercial shipping channel.

“I am pleased the state is supporting this effort to help clean up the western basin of Lake Erie,” said Sheehy. “For over 100 years, the Port of Toledo has contributed the economic, recreational and cultural health of our region. Efforts like this will help ensure families and businesses continue to benefit from our greatest natural resource for years to come.” 

 
 

05.31.16 - Annie Glenn Communication Disorders Awareness Day Bill Signed Into Law

 

State Reps. Michael Sheehy (D-Oregon) and John Patterson (D-Jefferson) today applauded the signing into law of House Bill (HB) 431, legislation to designate February 17 – Annie Glenn’s birthday – as the “Annie Glenn Communication Disorders Awareness Day” in honor of  Mrs. Glenn and to recognize all Ohioans who struggle with a communication disorder. 

 
 

05.24.16 - Sheehy's Bicycle Safety Bill Passes Ohio House

 

State Rep. Michael P. Sheehy (D-Oregon) today applauded the House passage of House Bill (HB) 154, bipartisan legislation aimed at improving safety standards for cyclists in Ohio. 

 
 
 
Representative Michael Sheehy
District 46
77 S. High St
10th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone (614) 466-1418
Fax      (614) 719-6949
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Hometown : Toledo
Party : Democrat
Elected Experience :
Current Term : Expires December 2016 / Eligible to run for another term