Archive for October, 2015

To all Comments

October 25, 2015

I’m sorry for all the comments that I never responded to. there’s about five pages of comments. I have been so busy and forgot about the comments. you may send a message to my email at and I will answer you for your questions. thx. Jim


October 16, 2015

Men don’t even think of themselves having breasts. So it comes as a surprise to most men to find out that they are at risk of breast cancer. The fact is that men di have breast tissue. Although rare they can get breast cancer. In the U.S., about 2000 men are diagnosed and more than 400 men will die from breast cancer each year.


Call your doctor if you notice changes in your chest area, such as a lump or a change in your nipples. As in women too. I want to have a lady come and give us a talk on this for men and women.

Halloween for Liberty Twp. 2015

October 10, 2015

Liberty Twp. Halloween will be held on October 31 from 5-7 PM. as it stands for now. Many of the kids from last year went to Klines Farm and we had about 6 kids. So judge for yourself. You could run out of candy early or you could have a lot left over. We have many many kids here this year than last year also. Enjoy!!!

The Ohio Manufactured Home Commission

October 8, 2015

People's Voice, a resident association in Liberty Township, Ohio

What is the Purpose of the OMHC?


   It is believed that most problems with a new home result from defects missed during the factory final inspection or improper installation at the home site.  The Manufactured Housing Improvement Act of 2000 requires HUD (the Federal Housing and Urban Development Department) to establish new standards for installing manufactured houses and implement a dispute resolution program.  States may elect to institute their own programs as long as they meet or exceed HUD’s regulations. In 2004, Ohio legislators established the Manufactured Homes Commission to replace and improve the federal programs. 

   The Ohio Commission has nine members, one representing the Health Department, an expert on building standards, another six people from the manufactured housing industry, such as a homebuilders, retailers and installers. The ninth member is a manufactured home resident. …

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October 4, 2015

Peoples Voice INC.

1 Louise Lane

Girard, Ohio 44420

330-539-9004     Fax: 330-539-9004       Cell 330-307-9004


.Make sure heat tapes are working, plugged in, and cover your water meter. Insulate water lines with foam pipe insulation. Place fiberglass insulation around water meter and over crock.

  1. On days or nights when the temperature outside is 10 degrees or so, LET YOUR FAUCETS DRIP INSIDE YOUR HOME. They say (Running water doesn’t freeze.) (We drip hot and cold)
  2. Check your skirting weekly. Tight skirting will prevent wind from getting under your home and           freezing pipes your pipes.
  3. Prepare your windows with plastic. We did on the inside of home to prevent drafts.
  4. If you have Jealousy (roll out) windows, use small screws outside to keep them tight.
  5. Oil all outside locks to keep them from freezing.
  6. Check your doors for drafts, install weather stripping if needed.
  7. Check snow shovels; make sure screws and rivets are tight.
  8. Keep all sidewalks, steps, and porches free of snow, and salted.
  9. Shovel on street next to sidewalk, so that the plow can see how far over to plow. If you see the plow in the park, PLEASE move your car, and tell your neighbors, so he can plow better, and not plow you in. If you don’t do this, don’t blame the plow driver, as he can’t plow over your car.
  10. Park as close to the sidewalk as possible. DO NOT Park out in the street, or with the back of your car sticking out in the street. Emergency vehicles have to get through.
  11. You park your car facing out bound, easy to get out during snow storm. Emergency vehicles have to get through.
  12. Check with utility companies for possible budget, or heap plans available.

We of Peoples Voice Inc. are only here and organized, to help the residents of Vintage Village. We sincerely hope these tips will help you get through the winter with as few problems as possible. Just remember being a member of our community Vintage Village you are a member too.

IF YOU WANT TO KNOW WHEN WE HAVE OUR NEXT MEETING CALL OR ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS. Every other month the next is November and just maybe December to close the year.

President Jim Haynie