State Rep. Diane Grendell (R-Chesterland) has released the following statement amid concerns of the coronavirus:
State Rep. Diane V. Grendell (R-Chesterland) recently met with Mikayla Menn, Renee DiSelvo, and Jerry Rischel with the Northeast Ohio Athletic Trainers’ Association to discuss House Bill 484. The group discussed the profession of athletic training, the sorts of care that athletic trainers provide, and how House Bill 484 will affect the profession.
State Rep. Diane V. Grendell (R-Chesterland) recently met with Dr. Michael Bates, president of Notre Dame Cathedral Latin School in Chardon, to discuss education and school funding in Ohio. During the meeting Dr. Bates shared with Grendell the importance of early childhood education as well as the challenges that many schools face with funding school transportation.
Farmers and agriculture business owners have until March 20 to take advantage of the Agricultural Linked Deposit Program (Ag-Link).
State Rep. Diane V. Grendell (R-Chesterland) welcomed members of the Ohio Beverage Association at her office in Columbus. The group was at the Statehouse for the Ohio Beverage Association’s annual Legislative Day, which included members of several beverage-producing businesses and the discussion focused on issues that are facing the beverage industry.
State Rep. Diane V. Grendell (R-Chesterland) has recently introduced House Bill 530, which regards the fees and salaries payed out by the Ohio Public Employee Retirement System Board. Additionally, the bill establishes the Committee on Pension Fees and Salaries that will investigate the fees and salaries paid out by all five public pension boards.
State Rep. Diane V. Grendell (R-Chesterland) recently visited the St. Anselm school in Chesterland to tour the school’s new computer science classroom and have the opportunity to talk with students. The computer science classroom is teaching St. Anselm students computer and technology skills that will help them excel in the information age.
State Rep. Diane V. Grendell (R-Chesterland) recently met Jay Bishop and Dr. Richard Markwardt of West Geauga Local Schools to discuss various issues relating to the mental health of children and how schools are caring for their students’ emotional well-being.
State Rep. Diane V. Grendell (R-Chesterland) has spent the past several weeks working on a bill that will protect Ohio public retirees, their benefits, and will add much needed oversight to all five Ohio Pension Boards. The bill is a response to the announcement of changes to health coverage and a possible COLA freeze from the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS) Board in January.
State Rep. Diane V. Grendell (R-Chesterland) welcomed members of the Geauga and Portage County Farm Bureaus at her office in Columbus. The groups were at the Statehouse for the Ohio Farm Bureau’s annual AgDay at the Capitol and visited Grendell’s office to discuss several issues facing farmers in Geauga and Portage counties.