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Rep. Dovilla Announces “Legislator for a Day” Reading Program Winners

COLUMBUS—State Representative Dovilla (R-Berea) has announced the winners of his 2nd annual “Legislator for a Day” reading program. Children in grades one through six participated in the program by receiving a bookmark from their school librarian or visiting the Berea, North Royalton, Olmsted Falls or Strongsville branches of the Cuyahoga County Public Library. After recording […]

Dovilla Seeks to Increase Tourism Here

Source: Strongsville Patch Author: Debbie Palmer State Reps. Mike Dovilla (R-Berea) and Christina Hagan (R-Alliance) have introduced legislation that seeks to revitalize Ohio’s job creation efforts and spur tourism. The measure would complete the transition of the Ohio Department of Development (ODOD) into the Ohio Development Services Agency (ODSA). It also creates creates within ODSA the Office of TourismOhio, which would […]

State Rep. Mike Dovilla Announces Passage of SiteOhio

COLUMBUS—State Representative Mike Dovilla (R-Berea) this week voted in support of bipartisan legislation that aims to boost Ohio’s economic development potential and improve the state’s competitiveness through the creation of the SiteOhio certification program. SiteOhio, as outlined in House Bill 436, would certify and market eligible commercial, industrial, and manufacturing sites and facilities. The goal […]

Sponsor Testimony Before House Veterans Affairs Committee – Veterans Service Reform

Floor Statement of Representative Mike Dovilla regarding House Bill 280 National Guard and Ohio War Orphans Scholarship Programs

Reps. Dovilla and Wachtmann Announce Passage of Ohio War Orphans and National Guard Scholarship Legislation

COLUMBUS—State Representatives Mike Dovilla (R-Berea) and Lynn Wachtmann (R-Napoleon) today announced the Ohio House of Representatives passed House Bill 280, which revises laws pertaining to the Ohio War Orphans Scholarship and the Ohio National Guard Scholarship. House Bill 280 was introduced in order to address the funding reductions proposed in the executive budget. It authorizes […]

Reps. Dovilla and Hagan Introduce Bill to Enhance Job Creation and Economic Development Efforts

COLUMBUS—State Representatives Mike Dovilla (R-Berea) and Christina Hagan (R-Alliance) today introduced legislation in the Ohio House of Representatives that would reform state government and revitalize its job creation efforts. The bill would complete the transition of the Ohio Department of Development (ODOD) into the Ohio Development Services Agency (ODSA). ODSA would provide essential services to […]

Reps. Anielski, Baker, and Dovilla Applaud Passage of Capital Appropriations Bill

COLUMBUS—State Representatives Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills), Nan Baker (R-Westlake) and Mike Dovilla (R-Berea) today announced that House Bill 482 has passed the Ohio House. HB 482 includes more than $1.7 billion in capital projects throughout the state for the fiscal year 2013-2014 biennium. I am pleased to support HB 482, which continues the mission to […]

Public pensions as guilty pleasures: editorial

Source: The Plain Dealer Author: The Plain Dealer Editorial Board When former MetroHealth Medical Center Vice President John J. Carroll pleaded guilty to bribery and other crimes as part of the federal investigation of corruption in Cuyahoga County government, he agreed to give up 11 years of his life, to be served in a federal […]

Lawmaker Proposes Pension Ban For Convicted Officials

Source: Ohio News Network CLEVELAND - Republican state representative Mike Dovilla is pushing a new law that would take the pensions of public officials, like Jimmy Dimora, if they are convicted of abusing the public’s trust. “Taxpayers in many cases have been robbed by these folks who are in office. So why would the taxpayers continue […]

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