The Coshocton County Beacon June 28, 2017 - Page 45

June 28, 2017 www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com THE BEACON 45 Library hosts construction truck event By Beth Scott beth@coshoctoncountybeacon.com D ale G ress r eal e state Connie Pillich unveils ‘Medicaid-for-All” Ohio health care plan www.dalegress.com CINCINNATI - Gubernatorial candidate Connie Pillich announced a plan to implement a “public option” in the state to ensure every Ohioan has access to affordable health care. The announcement comes on both the eve of an ex- pected vote in the US Senate on the Republican health care bill that could result in thousands of Ohioans losing health insurance and in the aftermath of insurance companies leaving the state exchanges. “I believe that health care is a right not a privilege,” said Connie Pillich. “Ohioans deserve bold leadership that protects patients, not insurance company profits. My plan grants all Ohio families access to Medicaid and lets them buy into the same health insurance plan that state employees and state lawmakers currently enjoy.” The Connie Pillich plan calls on the state of Ohio to offer two buy-in options on the state exchange. Ohio residents would be able to purchase health care from Check out our new website that includes our auctions!! Medicaid or the state’s health insurance plan at levels equal to the states’ current costs. Because these “public options” would be purchased by consumers, they would be implemented with no cost to taxpayers. “As I tour every county in Ohio as part of my cam- paign’s 88 County Strategy, I’ve heard from voters in Appalachia and rural communities who are worried they are going to lose their health insurance,” she said. “This plan is a promise that, no matter who you are and no matter where in Ohio you live, you and your family can get the quality health care you need.” Connie Pillich is a former state representative, small businesswoman, and former US Air Force Captain run- ning to be Ohio’s next governor in order to bring bold leadership and innovative policy solutions to Columbus. To learn more visit ConniePillich.Com and join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. 316 West Main St., West Lafayette, OH 43845 OFFICE PHONE: (740) 545-7158 WE NEED LISTINGS! WE’RE SELLING PROPERTY AND WE WILL SELL YOUR PROPERTY! Mary Mason - Broker 740-502-5047 23024 CR 621 (Next to Walmart) Coshocton, OH 43812 Email: agentsrealty@roadrunner.com 740-622-0700 • Fax: 740-622-6800 Contributed | Beacon Selling the belongings of the late Chester and June Lingo will be at Rogers Auction Barn in Adamsville on July 1 st and July 8th at 5:00. To view pictures please visit Auctionzip.com There will be more auctions to follow and will be advertised in The Beacon as soon as the dates become available. Hope to see you at Rogers Auction Barn. ROGERS AUCTION BARN 7255 Knicely Rd., Adamsville, OH 43802 AUCTION AGENTS REALTY & AUCTION SERVICE Sheri Fortune Nancy McFarland 740-610-7417 10% OFF ALL CAMPING SUPPLIES! Through June 30th Coolers, Water Jugs, Sleeping Bags, Pie Irons, Forks, Popcorn Poppers, Toasters, Broilers & More! ROY RABER FAMILY DBA 2 ½ miles S.W. of New Bedford on TR 220 50940 Twp. Rd. 220, Baltic 740-610-8586 0035_062817 Beth Scott | Beacon Allie Potts, 3 years old, of Coshocton is pictured here sitting in the Capital City crane at the Coshocton Library’s construction truck event. COSHOCTON – Kids of all ages were excited to see all the construc- tion trucks in the former Central Elementary School lot and the library parking lot on Thursday, June 22. Businesses who had their trucks on display were the county engineer, Capital City, ODOT, Hathaway Inc., Frontier Power, and Smith Construction. “I contacted these construction companies and they couldn’t have been nicer,” said Deborah Crowdy, children’s program coor- dinator at the library. REACT came to help traffic flow in between the library parking lot and the former Central Elementary School lot so that the kids could cross safely. The kids even lined the streets to see the funeral procession of Pvt. Eugene Appleby, an MIA WWII soldier whose remains have recently been returned to the county for burial. “We just wanted to let them know how important our missing in action soldiers are,” said Crowdy. The construction trucks event was part of the “Build A Better World” Summer Reading theme. Both the Coshocton Public Library and the West Lafayette Branch will have events for the summer reading program until it ends on July 22. Mon., Tues., Thurs. & Fri. 7:30am - 5:00pm Wed. 7:30am - 8:00pm • Sat. 7:30am - 4:00pm