Archive for April, 2014

Plant Sale

April 30, 2014



Packard Park Greenhouse in Packard Park – Warren, OH

Saturday, May3rd & 10th, 2014

9:00am – 3:00pm

Tomatoes, Peppers, Vegetables, Herbs, Annuals, & More!


April 30, 2014

Important events coming up Don’t miss them. Celebrate Life!!!!
“Razzle Dazzle” is coming up on Sat. May 10 at 7:00 and Sunday May 11 at 2:00. Champion High School Rt 45 in Champion Ohio. Cost of tickets is $10.00.. they can be bought at the studio, 3323 Parkman Rd. Warren on Tues, Wed, or Thurs from 1:00 to 6:00, (call Joey 330-219-3046) or by calling Carol Bovee at 330- 881-4066 and also at door.
If you have not seen these guys and gals, you will be amazed. They are not only up “in years” but up “in fun”, and “life”. Dancing, singing and their own comedy. The kind we used to enjoy with no four letter words. That weekend is Mother’s Day, maybe you could take your parents to the show and dinner.
If anyone needs directions, please call me. 330-759-3231. I haven’t missed a show since they started. If you need directions, you could follow me. Talk about seniors staying active. This is ACTIVE. !!!!!


April 28, 2014

May 29, Thursday, Liberty Historical Society Social
Dinner at 4 pm at Senor Jalapeno Mexican
Restaurant, Belmont Ave. Quality Inn.
April 28,, Monday, Board of Education Meeting, 5:30 pm
at H S.
May 1, Thursday, Liberty Historical Society Meeting, 10
am, Admin. Bldg. refreshments at 9:30.
May 8, Thursday, Liberty Business Association
Meeting at Community Room, Liberty Library, 6 pm
May 5, Monday. LSPTA Meeting 6:30 pm LHS
May 6, Tuesday Election Day.
May 11, Saturday, Trumbull Senior Production Company
Annual Show. Seniors dancing, singing and skits.
Evening Show Saturday May 10 at 7 pm and matinee,
Sunday May 11 at 2 pm both at Champion High School.
Rte 45, Champion. Sunday, May 11 is Mother’s Day. It
would make a great opportunity to take your mothers
and fathers to the show and then take them out to dinner
after. Think about it. You will love the show and be
amazed by these seniors.
May 12, Monday, Trustees Meeting 5:30 pm. ADM. Bldg.
May 16 & 17, Liberty Relay For Life, Friday and Saturday,
May 16, 6 pm & 17. Behind Liberty Schools. Activities,
tents, food and fun for all.
May 29, Thursday, LHS Graduation
September 12, Friday, Historical Society Annual Dinner
at St. Mark’s Church, Loganway. Mark your calendars for
this one as it usually was always held on Saturday but the
only date available this year was a Friday.
Dear Friends of the Library,
Many thanks to all those who helped at the spring membership drive! Gloria Lang, Millie Larney, Jodi Stoyak, Rosemary Glod, Erma Hart, Jan Vaughn, and Pat Vlock greeted potential members and served refreshments and Nancy Bowker baked cookies, shopped for and set up refreshments and helped serve refreshments. We sure do have a great team!
And welcome to our new members – Linda Kessler, Sue Newman, Jon Williams, Gloria Schiller, and Marilyn Sniderman. We’re so happy you’ve joined the Friends of the Library and hope you’ll join us for some of our activities.
Happy spring!
Becky Marx, President

Our Meeting with Jake

April 9, 2014

Elsa, Mary Sue and Jim had a meeting with Jake! He talked about all the changes he has made here in the community. The removing of all 48 homes that were bad, full of bugs and more bugs.The front entrance has change as we all see now. When the dirt dries out they will level and seed. They have brought in 3 new homes two on Lynn and one on Craig. New water meters have been installed! He plans of putting in two playgrounds and fix the basketball court. He plans to change the mail room and remove the walls and electric there, it is costing him $50.00 per month.

Our concerns were many starting with the fees,that have been imposed on us. The cost of reading the meters that haven’t been read since last year he said no. The pet fee was still an issue he said no. We also talked about the use of the old office for our purpose of meetings and other social gatherings he said no. He plans on fixing this up and sale. The homes that were sold by the past manager to up hold on her promises of fixing the problems. Many issues have been fixed. We tried to get a Grandfather clause for having our pets he said no. The damage to property when service was done to others ground damage to be fixed, he will look into this.

I brought up a House bill 422 that will be brought up real soon for a vote in Columbus to make it a law. That what ever they charge for utility’s is the same charge we get, as in the water bill for us. Electric, and gas for other communities. I have been asked by a Tim Johnson for Senator Mike Foley to help and give support and to send our concerns. I did ask for them to add a RENT CONTROL to that bill. Jake that won’t pass. I just smiled I know that there is 2.6 million people living in Manufactured home community’s. I will keep you all informed as it comes down for a vote. It is very important that we all stick together and support the PVI.

Jake had mention of having problems with homes being broken into, if caught he will send them to jail. He also ask us to get the neighborhood watch going again. He said the police will be advised to do what they can do.

Yada Yada #92

April 2, 2014

Liberty Historical Society Thursday, April 3, 2014
Monthly meeting. 9:30 am Refreshments, 10:00 Meeting. Please bring wrapped candy for the Easter Bunny on Saturday, April 12. .
Liberty Easter Bunny Visit.
April 12, Saturday, Township Easter Egg Hunt at the
Administration Building at 10 am. Bring your camera
and of course the kids.
April 10, Thursday, Liberty Business
Association Meeting at Community Room, Liberty
Library, at 6 pm.
April 14, Monday. LSPTA Meeting call or check web site for
time and details.
April 17, Thursday, Liberty Branch Library Open House,
This is National Library Week
April 17, Thursday, Friends of Liberty Library
Membership Drive at the Library.
From Liz Hill FYI per request

The Citizens for Good roads, Liberty Township held the first organizational meeting on 3/26/2014 with 25 participants. The group listened as Township Trustees Stan Nudell and Jody Stoyak explained how state and federal budget cuts have decimated funding for road repairs. While Township Administrator Pat Ungaro has been successful in grant writing for road repairs, these grants require matching monies and there are no local funds right now to make the match.

The Township has created a list of roads that need re-surfacing in the next several years. There are 60 miles of roads in the township and some of the most critical include, Tibbett�s Wick, (cost $152,273), Keefer ($177,355), Naylor-Lloyd ($136,670) along with many more roads. In addition to re-surfacing, the township must still budget for salt, hot patch and cold patch.

Currently 16 township residents have signed up to work to get the information to residents about the need for this levy. The levy will be on the May ballot and will cost a homeowner with a $100,000 home about 12 cents a day.

The committee is actively seeking additional residents to help with this project. It was clear the only way the roads in Liberty can get re-surfaced is by additional levy funding. Help is needed to make phone calls, distribute flyers and place signage. Those interested in helping should contact the township at 330-759-1315. Information will be out soon on the next meeting date.