Best of Blogs: Issue 3; Smoke Detectors; and a Cat Named Chelsea
Check out the best of our user-submitted blogs this week.
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Check out the best of this week’s blogs.
- Lakewood Fire Department Marshal Tim Dunphy reminded us of the importance of checking our smoke-detector batteries when Daylight Savings Time ended this morning in Change Your Clock, Change Your Smoke Alarm.
- Ken Palosi, a retired nursery technician, did the math on Senate Bill 5’s impact on the state budget deficit in Senate Bill 5: Dollars and Cents.
- Dawn Pyne, president of the Citizens Committee for the Lakewood Animal Shelter, introduced Chelsea, a medium-haired tabby cat who was left behind when her owner moved in Abandoned by Her Owner, Chelsea Hoping for a Second Chance.
- Local teacher and Lakewood resident Patrick Giusto examines the ballot language of Issue 3, the amendment to the Ohio Constitution that would attempt to exempt Ohio from the national health care reform law in The Hidden Language of Issue 3.