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Dackin wants least disruptive boundary plan By DAVID S. OWEN ThisWeek Community Newspapers Superintendent Steve Dackin wants to keep Reynoldsburg school attendance boundaries similar to what they are now but include a plan to feed into the academy structures being rolled out for the next school year. In making recommendations for new district attendance boundaries, Dackin said he wanted to create a process that

is least disruptive to the community as a whole. “We’ve gone over a lot of challenges over the last three years, most of which resulted from our finances, so one of the things we can do in this process is preserve the criteria the committee came up with — which in this particular case, accomplishes that goal,” Dackin said. A 23-member steering committee, including co-chairs Loretta King, Scott Smith, and consultant Chuck Warner

of Warner Concepts LLC, has spent the past few months analyzing information from collected data and from two community meetings to come up with attendance boundary options. They presented the committee’s recommendations to Dackin late last month. “I think the group did a very nice job in balancing all of these things and I think we came up with some pretty good suggestions that we handed over to Mr. Dackin,” Smith said.

He said one important point was to keep boundaries coherent as students move through elementary, middle school, junior high and high school. Another goal was to keep the idea of “neighborhood schools” and not bus kids past one school to get to another, unless it is a school of choice, he said. “We also wanted to keep diversity, social and economic diversity, as closely as possible balanced out, and keep transportation time down,” Smith said.

Based on what the steering committee presented to him, Dackin has recommended establishing Summit Road Elementary, currently under construction, as a 100-percent STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) school of choice beginning in the 201112 school year. The school would be available for any child in the school district through See BOUNDARY PLAN, page A2

Miller takes over as service director

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(Above) Russ and Glenda Kravig, of Pataskala, enjoy a spaghetti dinner during a fundraiser for the Reynoldsburg Community Association at Messiah Lutheran Church in Reynoldsburg on Jan. 22. (Right) Dick Hudson pours sauce on to a plate of spaghetti for Reynoldsburg resident Rose Anne Snoke. The RCA hosts annual community events, such as the Fourth of July parade.

Reynoldsburg’s director of engineering, Jim Miller, is now the city’s service director. He succeeds former safety service director Pam Boratyn, who left earlier this month to accept a position as general counsel with the Ohio Attorney General’s office. Mayor Brad McCloud made the decision effective Jan. 10. McCloud said he initially asked Miller to be acting service director in addition to his engineering duties, but then decided to give him the title of service director. Miller received a salary increase of nearly 6 percent, bringing his annual pay to $79,000. He said he is confident about Miller’s ability to take on the service director position. “Jim has proven he has the capability to do that job, and I’m comfortable and confident in his abilities, and that is why he is there,” McCloud said. “As good as he is, he can’t be everywhere at once, so that’s why we’re looking at our staffing needs as we begin to move forward.” As for hiring a new person as safety director, McCloud said he will continue to oversee those responsibilities in the short-term until he decides what he wants to do in the future. Miller said he was elated and flattered that McCloud entrusted him with handling the service director responsibilities. “My title is service director now, but I’m still functioning as a city engineer in addition to the See SERVICE DIRECTOR, page A4

Police look into ‘unusual’ number of copper thefts By DAVID S. OWEN ThisWeek Community Newspapers

City council declares Feb. 6 Ronald Reagan Day By DAVID S. OWEN He had been diagnosed with ThisWeek Community Newspapers Alzheimer’s disease in 1994. Councilman Doug Joseph introReynoldsburg City Council voted duced the resolution during a finance unanimously last week to approve committee meeting on Jan.18. Couna resolution recognizing Feb. 6 as cil approved it on Jan. 24. Ronald Reagan Day. “A lot of state legislatures around Feb. 6 would have been the for- the country have been doing these mer president’s 100th birthday. resolutions, some cities following Reagan served two terms as pres- suit, and I was familiar with the state ident of the United States. He died version, so we simply modified it on June 5, 2004, at the age of 93. so we could do the same thing in

Reynoldsburg,” Joseph said. He said an organization called the Ronald Reagan Legacy Project was established a few years ago with the idea of commemorating and celebrating the 100th anniversary of Reagan’s birth. “What they wanted to do is encourage legislative bodies all over the country to formally pass a res-

A closer look Reynoldsburg City Council voted unanimously last week to approve a resolution recognizing Feb. 6 as Ronald Reagan Day. Feb. 6 would have been the former president’s 100th birthday.

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Reynoldsburg police are investigating a string of thefts throughout the city involving copper materials being taken from homes. “We’ve had a number of copper thefts — quite a few, quite frankly. It’s kind of unusual because we haven’t had copper thefts in some time,” Lt. Scott McKinley said. Detective Mike Binder said since Dec. 8, there have been at least 18 such burglaries in Reynoldsburg. Binder said the thieves are targeting vacant houses, most of which have “for sale” signs in front of them. Once the thieves gain access to the houses, they remove copper pipes and wires.

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an application process, he said. “It simply refers to the fact that a child and parent who decide that that might be a great option for them can apply to attend that school … and students will be given transportation to that school of choice,” Dackin said. With that established, Dackin said he wants to preserve attendance boundaries as they are now, with one exception: to take children from a section in the Baldwin Road area, who are currently assigned to French Run Elementary School, and reassign them to Slate Ridge Elementary beginning in the 2011-12 school year. “That represents one change. Everything else stays as it is under this recommendation, based on how students are currently assigned this school year,” Dackin said. Another recommendation is that Rose Hill Elementary School become a second school of

addition, Dackin said plans are being developed to establish a middle school and junior high school of choice for the 2012-13 year. “All of those are a part of a larger and coherent plan to feed into the academy structures that will be available beginning next school year at the high school,” he said. “I want to reiterate the gratitude I have for Scott and Loretta and for members of the committee for their hard work,” he said. “This is a lot of hard work — to look at all the criteria and considerations that go in to making these recommendations.” Dackin said a formal resolution detailing his recommendations will be presented to the board of education for a vote at its Feb. 15 meeting. He said the recommendations will also be posted on the school district’s website at www.reyn.org. dowen@thisweeknews.com www.ThisWeekNews.com

Continued from page A1 He said the most recent theft occurred on Friday, Jan. 21, at a house under construction on Retton Road. “There have been a number of copper thefts throughout the central Ohio area in the past few years, but the recent cases in Reynoldsburg are new,” Binder said. “We haven’t had anything like this before. We might have had copper stolen in the past, but nothing where we’ve identified a significant pattern when they keep happening over a couple months’ time span.” McKinley said “for sale” signs in front of houses would indicate that there may not be anybody home and thieves can get in work on taking the copper pipes out without being disturbed. “Because normally, it takes a little while for them to get those pipes out … it‘s unfortunate,” he said. The most recent cost of copper per pound in Ohio ranges between $3.30 and $3.50. McKinley said thieves can take copper to any number of scrap metal dealers in the area and sell it without much problem or inquiries. “There’s a few places around town that will buy it and they’re required to get their identification, and that’s about it,” McKinley said. “I guess times get tight and people decide they can sell copper. “Copper is pretty valuable and I guess it’s better than a bigscreen TV in some cases,” he said. Binder said he could not share specific details on how he is conducting the investigation or say whether the thieves are juveniles or older. He did say scrap metal dealers won’t typically buy from juveniles. He advises homeowners and owners of homes that are for sale to be vigilant and to tell their neighbors to keep an eye out. “Maybe ask neighbors you trust to park their car in the driveway to maybe make it appear that someone is there, or set timers on lights in the homes, ” Binder said. “If it’s vacant and you have the ability to close curtains and blinds so someone can’t look in and see that it’s clearly a vacant house, that would be a good thing to do.” Binder encourages anyone who might suspect suspicious activity in their neighborhood to report it to police immediately by dialing 911, or if it is not an emergency, to call (614) 866-6622. He said Central Ohio Crime Stoppers is also offering an award up to $2,000 for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone responsible for the crimes. Information can be reported to Crime Stoppers by calling (614) 645-8477. dowen@thisweeknews.com www.ThisWeekNews.com

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SERVICE DIRECTOR Continued from page A1 service director. Some of the engineer and service director roles and responsibilities overlap, anyway,” he said. Miller said as service director, his duties will include overseeing the city’s code enforcement issues such as making sure residents and businesses follow city lawn maintenance codes and handling incidents such as water line breaks. Also, he will handle other issues such as renewing the city’s telephone maintenance contract and its mosquito spraying program. In addition, he will oversee trash collection and road salt contracts and make sure there is enough salt in storage to handle any winter

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Police reports Reynoldsburg police Jan. 18 • A resident in the first block of Wind River Drive reported she found the front door of her house wide open with her dog sitting next to it. Police reports said someone had kicked the door open, entered the home and stole several items, including such a laptop computer, a flat-screen TV and a handgun. • A resident in the 8000 block of Lincoln Lane reported someone smashed out the passenger side window of his vehicle overnight while it was parked in the street. The only thing reported stolen was the vehicle’s in-dash television.

Jan. 22 • A resident in the 900 block of Sorohan Street reported someone a GPS system, an MP3 player and a car stereo were stolen out of his vehicle. • A resident in the 2000 block of Lavenham Road reported a bedroom window was broken at her home and $350 in cash was taken.

Jan. 23 • A resident in the 1000 block of Sawgrass Drive reported someone broke out the driver’s side window of his vehicle and stole blank checks, some keys and a cordless drill. • A resident in the 7000 block of Cherry Brook Drive reported at around 2 a.m. that the driver’s side window of her vehicle was broken and a box of CDs she uses for work were stolen. The CDs were valued at $150. • A resident in the 6000 block of East Liv-

ingston Avenue reported the passenger side window of her vehicle was smashed out and a bag of tools owned by her boyfriend was stolen. • A resident in the 7000 block of Coronado Boulevard South reported $420 worth of items were stolen out of her vehicle after the windows were smashed out. The stolen items include a GPS system and a digital camera. • A resident in the 1000 block of Azalea Drive reported the driver’s side window of her vehicle was broken overnight but nothing was stolen. • A resident in the 1000 block of Waggoner Road reported the rear passenger side window was broken out of his vehicle overnight and a bag of merchandise valued at $50 was stolen. • Another resident in the 1000 block of Waggoner Road reported the driver’s side window of his vehicle was smashed out but no were reported stolen. • A resident in the 2000 block of Fenway Place reported the rear passenger side window of his vehicle was smashed overnight. A box of hearing aid batteries worth $45 was stolen. Police said another vehicle parked nearby was broken into and its stereo system was torn out of the dashboard but not stolen. • A resident in the 1000 block of Sequoia Drive reported the passenger side window of his vehicle was broken and a bottle of prescription drugs was taken from inside. • A resident in the 600 block of Truhart Road reported the back glass door of his neighbor’s house on Smithers Drive had been broken out. Investigating officers said they found no evidence of anyone gaining entry to the house and nothing stolen.

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Sinus infections can be frequent Frequent sinus infections in children are a common problem, especially for children in daycare settings. The average child can have six to ten upper respiratory tract infections a year that have symptoms including nasal discharge and blockage. Other factors that contribute to frequent sinus infections are environmental allergies, exposure to second-hand smoke, immunodeficiency, congenital craniofacial anomalies and some inherited conditions. Children with lung problems such as asthma and cystic fibrosis often have related sinus problems. Most viral infections will resolve without treatment. A small percentage will progress to bacterial sinusitis that will require antibiotics for treatment. Narrowing or blockage of the nasal passages or sinus openings may increase the chances that a cold will progress to bacterial sinusitis. Often, children may need medication to help treat sinus problems. This could include nasal steroids, nasal saline, mucous-thinning medications called mucolytics, and some allergy medications such as anti-histamines. In a small percentage of children, surgery may be necessary to relieve the blockage and open the sinuses or nasal passages. Prior to any surgery, a thorough work-up is necessary in order to determine the appropriate treatment course. Younger children do not typically need surgery on the sinuses as their sinuses are still developing. Younger children with frequent sinus infections often have their adenoid, a patch of tissue located where the nose and throat join, removed.

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With his team trailing for most of the game Jan. 21 at Grove City, Reynoldsburg High School boys basketball player Wendell Davis led the comeback from a pair of large deficits on the way to a 65-60 victory. For coach Chris Rider, performances such as the one Davis had that night — when he had a game-high 25 points and at times took over the game with his physicality — have been enjoyable to watch.

“It’s hard not to like him,” Rider said of Davis, a 6-foot-4 sophomore forward. “For a young kid, he’s a pretty good leader, and he plays with a lot of heart. He can handle the ball, but he’s even better around the bucket. He really battles. You saw him face up and take some guys off the dribble (against Grove City), and he did a good job of finishing. He might have had one turnover, but I didn’t see too many.” Davis spent most of last season on junior varsity but moved up to varsity in early February and averaged 5.5 points

over the Raiders’ final seven games. He has taken a big step forward this season. During a 78-53 loss to Delaware on Dec. 18, Davis scored a season-high 27 points. Since then, he’s been averaging 14.1 points, raising his season average to 13.3. Perhaps more important is what he has brought to the frontcourt with his rebounding ability. With the Raiders trailing 36-29 early in the third quarter Jan. 21, Davis had 10 points, five rebounds and two steals before the end of the period.

Reynoldsburg took the lead at 3736 midway through the third quarter, but Grove City rebuilt the advantage to 5445 with 6 minutes, 51 seconds remaining. Davis then helped lead another charge in the fourth quarter by contributing seven points, six rebounds and one blocked shot. Reynoldsburg had lost three of its previous four games before beating the Greyhounds. “Practice was real good (last) week and people were more determined,” Davis said. “We found the shooters and we played with a little more heart.”

The Raiders, according to Davis, have spent time during recent practices doing rebounding drills. That’s nothing new for Davis, who has at times brought the ball upcourt for the Raiders but primarily plays forward at the AAU level. Davis played on the Ohio Varsity White team that won the AAU U-15 state championship last June. Brookhaven’s Randal Clarkson, Gahanna’s Aaron Jackson and Westerville North’s Jack Gibbs were guards on See BOYS, page B3

Girls Basketball

Reynoldsburg preparing for North rematch By KEN KITCHEN This Week Community Newspapers

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Reynoldsburg’s Adesuwa Aideyman shoots over Grove City defenders Alyssa Sammeth (left) and Lindsey Eickel during the Raiders’ 73-48 win on Jan. 21. Reynoldsburg will play host to Pickerington North in a key league game on Friday, Jan. 28.

The Reynoldsburg High School girls basketball team is in the midst of the most important week of its season to date. The Raiders led the OCC-Ohio Division with a 9-0 record before playing at Newark on Jan. 25. Reynoldsburg beat Newark 62-44 on Dec. 10. The Wildcats were 6-3. The Raiders have another big game on Friday, Jan. 28, at home against Pickerington North , which was 8-1 before Jan. 25. In their first meeting Dec. 17, the Raiders outscored the Panthers 20-2 in the fourth quarter during a 52-38 win. Aliyah Zantt came off the bench to lead Reynoldsburg with 19 points. Kavunaa Edwards led the Panthers with 13 points. Reynoldsburg is the No. 1 team in the ThisWeekSPORTS.com Super 7 poll and North is ranked fifth. “There will be a target on our backs. They will be ready to play,” Raiders senior guard Kacia Grant said of North. The Raiders have won the last two games against the Panthers, including a 45-34 victory in a Division I regional final last season. A sweep of Newark and North would give Reynoldsburg a commanding lead in the league race with just three games remaining for all the teams. Reynoldsburg has not won an OCC title since winning four in a row from 2000-03. Even though his team entered the week on a 13-game winning streak, coach Jack Purtell said he had some concerns. “First and foremost, we haven’t been able to put 32 minutes together in a game in awhile,” he said. “That’s the challenge we’ve presented to the kids. We have to con-

At a glance Below are the recent results and coming schedule for the Reynoldsburg girls basketball team: *Jan. 13 — Defeated Pickerington Central 57-40 Jan. 18 — Def. Hilliard Darby 59-19 *Jan. 21 — Def. Grove City 73-41 *Jan. 25 — At Newark. The Raiders defeated the Wildcats 62-44 on Dec. 10. *Jan. 28 — Home vs. Pickerington North. The Raiders defeated the Panthers 5238 on Dec. 17. Of note: The Raiders were 14-1 overall and 9-0 in the OCC-Ohio before Jan. 25. *OCC-Ohio game

tinue to get better, to put 32 minutes together in a game.” Purtell said North presents several challenges. “They are a senior-laden team with lots of experience back,” he said. “We know they are going to be ready to play and it should be a great game.” Sophomore Shiloh Murphy thinks the Raiders must start strong. “If we play hard in the first half, we’ll be fine. Then we have to keep the momentum up and keep playing as a team,” she said. “We need to pick up our defense, too. We haven’t been playing well on the defensive end lately and we will work on that in practice.” Grant said the Reynoldsburg offense must improve as well. “On offense, we’ve got to slow down, get set and run our plays,” she said. “We’re moving too fast right now.” Grant also thinks the Raiders will improve their play against the tougher competition. “When we play teams like Pickerington North, we play better,” Grant said. “We just have to get back our energy. I’m not worried.” See GIRLS, page B2

Wrestling

Rapid weight loss concerning for competitors By JEREMY STEWART ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Wrestling is different from other high school sports. If an athlete doesn’t make weight, he doesn’t compete. It is the only team sport in which weight, more than skill, determines a position. That’s why one of the most important times on competition day is the weigh-in. The NCAA and high school athletics associations across the country have tried to stamp out the practice of rapid weight loss since collegiate wrestlers Billy Jack Saylor, Joseph LaRosa and Jeff Reese died trying to make weight in 1997. The OHSAA has been heavily involved in the weigh-in process since the 2006-07 wrestling season. Coaches interviewed by ThisWeek unanimously agreed the OHSAA’s weight certification program has been a positive, but they said there are questions about its effectiveness and its fairness to athletes who also compete in a fall sport. “I think the idea of the (program) is good, but it doesn’t eliminate the severe weight cutting,” Reynoldsburg coach Jared Ball said. “They crash early. The idea now is to be at their weight at the beginning (of the season).” Each of the college wrestling deaths came after a period of extreme weight loss. Reese was trying to get down to the 150-

pound weight class and had lost a reported 17 pounds in three days. Severely dehydrated, the Michigan wrestler died in the locker room at Crisler Arena in Ann Arbor as he tried to weigh-in. Saylor, a Campbell University wrestler, and LaRosa, who competed at WisconsinLa Crosse, died under similar circumstances. The OHSAA’s weight certification program attempts to eliminate rapid weight loss by establishing a minimum weight at which a wrestler can compete during the season. The minimum weight, called the “alpha weight,” takes into account hydration level and body-fat percentage. Teams typically spend an afternoon during the preseason getting the entire roster certified. Wrestlers undergo a urinalysis to prove they are not dehydrated, and once adequate hydration is established, they have their body-fat percentage determined. If a male wrestler’s body fat is 7 percent or less (12 percent or less for females), he is not allowed to wrestle at a weight class lower than his weight at the time of certification. Wrestlers with more than 7 percent body fat are allowed to lose By Tim Norman/ThisWeek weight, but only in small weekly amounts determined by the OHSAA’s weight-loss Hilliard Davidson senior Nolan Gill (right) battles Mark Martin of Lakewood St. Edward in a first-round match at 135 pounds during the Division I state tournament last season. Gill was listed at 174 pounds as a football formula. player for the Wildcats last fall and his wrestling season was delayed until he could lose weight in order to

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‘Tradition’ part of OHSAA divisional proposal unfair It’s not hard to imagine the confrontational feelings that were created when the OHSAA released a statement Jan. 13 announcing that it was tackling the seemingly age-old debate regarding competitive balance among the state’s public and private schools. The proposed referendum, to be voted on by OHSAA member schools in May, initially would reset divisional alignments in football, baseball, boys and girls basketball, boys and girls soccer, girls volleyball and softball based on a school’s sport-by-sport “athletic count.” That figure would be calculated using mathematical factors that take into account economics, school enrollment policies and tradition. On one side of the debate are public schools that won only eight of the 27 state team titles — one of six in football — that the OHSAA awarded during the 2010 fall season. Many in the private-school camp, meanwhile, are left to wonder whether rules changes, which seemingly would bump them into larger divisions, are fair. There are many reasons for the disproportionate number of titles won by private schools, but the primary one is that some of those schools can assemble virtual all-star teams from fiveand six-county areas. With that in mind, it does seem reasonable for the OHSAA to visit the issue of boundaries when determining the divisions for private schools, and some large public schools. The biggest problem I have is with the “tradition factor” that would increase a school’s “athletic count.” The OHSAA says this aspect would be determined by “state championship game appearances, state tournament appearances and regional finals appearances.” The implication of this sounds more like a step toward eventually giving participation medals to everyone as opposed to rewarding the best of the best. Few people want to see Delphos St. John’s beat Shadyside 77-6 for the Division VI state football title, and having Youngstown Ursuline win three consecutive Division V state championships is less than ideal when talking about keeping the field balanced.

The problem is that if the OHSAA moves St. John’s up to Division V and Ursuline to Division IV, the same problems will persist, but with different teams. If Hartley would have been in Division III instead of Division IV last fall, it would JARROD have been a strong candidate ULREY to win that title instead because Watterson, according to the proposed plan, likely would have been in Division II instead of Division III. Schools that could end up getting hurt unintentionally by a change are the Division I public schools. A perennial central Ohio football power such as Hilliard Davidson not only has to overcome fellow area public-school powers such as Pickerington Central and Dublin Coffman, but a team such as Cincinnati St. Xavier, which has 1,171 boys, could be looming later in the playoffs. The new formula potentially also would move state powers such as Mentor Lake Catholic and Toledo Central Catholic into Division I, making a tough field even tougher. Some have suggested separating into privateschool and public-school tournaments, but that only would hurt the spirit of competition that should exist when determining the state’s best. Is there an obvious solution to the issue? Not exactly, but it doesn’t seem like radical change is necessary. Tradition should be kept out of the equation. Teams like DeSales and Watterson have earned their success by creating programs that teach winning football. This shouldn’t be penalized, but emulated by other programs. Keeping in mind the boundary issues, the OHSAA should choose to tweak, rather than revamp, the way it determines its tournament divisions. Let the rest of the arguments be settled on the field. julrey@thisweeknews.com www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

WEIGHT Continued from page B1 “The only guarantee that you’ll be allowed to wrestle at a certain weight is if you weigh in at that weight hydrated,” Ready coach Chance Van Gundy said. “If you’re hydrated at 140 (pounds) with 7 percent body fat, you’ll be able to wrestle 140. But if you weigh 140.1, you have to wrestle up.” Since this formula determines where athletes can wrestle once the season starts, Van Gundy meets with prospective team members early in the fall to determine where they might fit in the lineup once the season begins. This helps wrestlers establish a goal weight and they can use the fall to trim down before getting certified, unless they’re playing a fall sport. Getting in shape for wrestling is especially difficult for football players. At the heavier weights, football and wrestling have some shared benefits, but most of the weight classes would be considered small for football players. No one knows the difference in conditioning philosophy like Jason Hackett, a football player and state champion wrestler for Hamilton Township who graduated in 2003. “Football coaches push size to have bigger, stronger kids,” said Hackett, who now coaches at Hamilton Township’s middle and high schools. “I’d like to see (the hydration test) in the middle of the season. They’ll lose that weight just because they work that hard (in wrestling practice). I loved football and wrestling, but they’re different types of conditioning.” In 2002, Hackett won a Division II state wrestling championship at 171 pounds after he helped the football team make the playoffs. Had the hydration test been in place at that time, Hackett said he wouldn’t have been able to compete at 171. He ended the football season at 205 pounds and needed until January to lose the weight. According to

the rules at the time, he had to wrestle half of his matches at his lowest weight to be eligible for the postseason. “It took a lot out of me,” Hackett said of losing the weight. “I really do like how the hydration test is set up. The way I look at it, you might have to bump up a weight, but you’re going to need that strength. “You can’t cut weight to where you’re not going to be able to step on the mat.” Hackett also said finding the proper weight class is important. He said moving down in weight can give a wrestler an advantage, because he should have a larger frame and stronger muscles than a competitor who is naturally smaller. Hackett’s success at 171 pounds earned him a scholarship to Arizona State. The need for some to lose weight had some like Pickerington Central coach Jason Allen calling for a later start to the wrestling season. Olentangy coach Matt Hammons wanted to level the playing field by having the OHSAA use the same assessor to run the weight certification tests. Perhaps no school in the area deals with the dichotomy of football and wrestling conditioning like Hilliard Davidson. In wrestling, Davidson won the Division I district championship last season and was chosen to represent the Central District at the state duals on Jan. 9. However, three of Davidson’s four state qualifiers last year were members of the football team, which won the Division I state championship in 2009 and made it to a state semifinal this past fall. Had Davidson won its state football semifinal on Nov. 27, wrestling state qualifiers Chase Delande, Nolan Gill and Alex Mickley would have been playing football on Dec. 4, the same day that the wrestling team opened its season. Because he played football at a lighter weight, Delande was

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scored 10 points. Lindsey Eickel led Grove City with 10 points. Reynoldsburg led just 14-11 after the first quarter, but stretched the lead to 29-14 at halftime and 57-24 after three quarters. The Raiders also defeated the Greyhounds 83-29 on Dec. 7.

Reynoldsburg defeated Grove City 73-41 on Jan. 21 to complete a season sweep of the Greyhounds. Zantt scored 16 points to lead five Raiders in double figures. Destini Cooper had 14 points and 10 rebounds, Murphy scored 12 points and Adesuwa Aideyman and Alyssa Rice both www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

able to join the wrestling team for the opener on Dec. 4, but Gill and Mickley didn’t make their debuts until Dec. 28. Coach Dominic DiSabato had to put off filing weight certifications until Gill and Mickley were able to reach their target weights. Not only did the pair miss nearly a month of the season, but Davidson also had to postpone a Dec. 16 dual with West Jefferson until Jan. 26. Mickley was listed at 170 pounds on the football roster and is wrestling at 152. Gill was listed at 174 for football and is competing at 140 for wrestling. “My first day back I lost like five pounds, and then the next day it was another five pounds,” Mickley said Dec. 16. “Then the next day I would eat the littlest thing and be right back up. Last week was tough, but this week the weight really started dropping.”

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Top games GAMES OF THE WEEK BOYS: Pickerington North at New Albany, 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 29. GIRLS: Pickerington North at Reynoldsburg, 6 p.m. on Jan. 28. Reynoldsburg won first meeting 52-38 on Dec. 7.

Top performances BOYS Gahanna’s Stevie Taylor scored 28 points Jan. 22 as the Lions blew past Chillicothe 68-43 at the Ohio Play-By-Play Classic. With the win, Gahanna remained undefeated. GIRLS Newark’s Paige Cashin had 21 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Wildcats past Gahanna 51-45 on Jan. 21.

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Sports briefs Players nominated for McDonald’s games Ten high school basketball players from central Ohio are among the nearly 2,000 nominees for the boys and girls McDonald’s All-American games. The eight area boys nominees are Nate Anderson of Teays Valley, Dwayne Bazemore of Walnut Ridge, Trey Burke of Northland, Traevon Jackson of Westerville South,

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Jaskot’s future bright with UA In 16-plus years writing for ThisWeek, I rarely have interviewed and written about a high school freshman athlete. Only occasionally does a young athlete splash onto the central Ohio sports scene as a swimmer, ferociously knock around a tennis ball or, as Upper Arlington ninth-grader Rebecca Jaskot has done, capture the attention of the gymnastics followers throughout our area. Entering the latter stages of January, Jaskot had one of the highest scores locally on the uneven bars, balance beam, floor exercise and in all-around competition. Getting to know this UA standout was a refreshing and fun experience for me. “It seems like gymnastics has been part of my life forever,” Jaskot said. “I guess I was a hyper kid in kindergarten and my mom put me in a school gymnastics program at Greensview Elementary and I really liked it and before long was flipping around everywhere. “Eventually, I wound up at Universal Gymnastics and it was then that I knew this sport was for me and I progressed pretty well. My club gymnastics experience has been great, but now I get to represent my school and I love being a Golden Bear athlete. My brother, Phil, was on the UA football and baseball teams and my sister, Marissa, was in swimming and water polo, so I feel proud to keep the family tradition going. “Being part of this high school team is really fun and things are so upbeat and the skills you have to do to be successful aren’t quite as hard as club, so there is a little less pressure. I am really enjoying this time.” Talking about her abilities as a gymnast, Jaskot said, “I guess what helps me first is that I am a

perfectionist. When I learn a new skill, I won’t use it until I think I have perfected it. I get complimented on my form and LARRY the fundamenLARSON tal way that I keep my legs tight and have pointed toes, but I do get frustrated when I can’t reach the level I want to get to and keep trying by telling myself that I am going to accomplish this. And when I do conquer a skill, it makes my day a ton better. “Like a lot of young athletes in my sport, I think I lack confidence at times and when that happens I have learned to simply take a breath and let my brain take over and let my body do what it can do. This whole experience has helped me in every aspect of my life.” If she continues to develop, Jaskot will be one of the contenders at the district meet. She looks forward to that challenge. “What I absolutely love about my sport is learning new skills and then displaying them in competition,” she said. “When you learn new things they never become old. I know I will have down days because I think gymnastics is a very hard sport, but what a great feeling I get when I do something that is amazing to me and I think that just maybe no one else can do that but me.” With her exuberance and talent, Jaskot’s future looks golden. I’ll see you at a meet. Larry Larson is a former athletics director at Grandview High School. He can be heard as “Mr. High School Sports” on WTVN 610 AM.

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At a glance Below are the recent results and coming schedule for the Reynoldsburg boys basketball team: *Jan. 14 — Lost to Pickerington Central 50-46. Chris Lee scored 11 points for the Raiders, who led 3124 at halftime but were outscored 26-15 in the second half. *Jan. 21 — Defeated Grove City 6560. Reynoldsburg trailed by nine points early in the fourth quarter before rallying as Wendell Davis scored 25 points. *Jan. 25 — Played Newark *Jan. 28 — Home vs. Pickerington North. The Raiders lost to the Panthers 46-40 on Dec. 17. Of note: The Raiders were 5-8 overall and 4-4 in the OCC-Ohio before Jan. 25. *OCC-Ohio game

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Reynoldsburg’s R.J. Raglin watches the ball squirt away during a home game against Pickerington Central on Jan. 14. Although the Raiders lost 50-46, they bounced back to beat Grove City 65-60 in their next game Jan. 21 as Raglin scored 11 points.

that team. “Shooting and handling the ball is something I want to keep getting better at,” Davis said. “(Rider) told me before the start of the season that he wanted me to take the ball up the court, so I’ve been working on dribbling and shooting and I’ve been getting better.” •RIDER’S MILESTONE — Also contributing offensively to the win over Grove City were Spencer Kirksey (15 points) and R.J. Raglin (11 points). The performances of Davis, Kirksey and Raglin, combined with a technical foul on the Greyhounds’ bench during the game’s final minute, helped Rider earn his 200th win at Reynoldsburg. Kirksey was fouled with Reynoldsburg leading 58-57 with 52 seconds left, and the Grove City bench was whistled for a technical for slamming the bleachers after the foul was called. Kirksey then made four free throws to make it 62-57, and Reynoldsburg led by as many as seven points during

the game’s final minute. Rider, who went 80-27 in six seasons at Zanesville Maysville before coming to Reynoldsburg, was 200-98 before Jan. 25. He has led the Raiders to five OCC titles, one district title and five district-runner-up finishes in 14 seasons. “I’ve had a lot of good teams,” Rider said. “Staying at a place for 13 years is a long time nowadays.” julrey@thisweeknews.com www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

Central Ohio schools announce coaching vacancies The following schools are seeking coaches: Dublin Jerome — Boys golf, girls soccer. Send résumé to Nick Magistrale, athletics director, Dublin Jerome High School, 8300 Hyland Croy Road, Dublin, 43016 or e-mail magistrale_nick @dublinschools.net. Hilliard Darby — Boys cross country, girls golf, assistant junior varsity boys soccer. Send résumé to Chad Schulte, athletics director, Hilliard Darby High School, 4200 Leppert Road, Hilliard, 43026 or e-mail chad_ schulte@hboe.org. Johnstown-Monroe — Track, junior varsity baseball, seventhgrade baseball. Contact athletics director Mike Carter at (740) 9672721 or wmcarter@johnstown.k12.oh.us.

St. Charles — Golf. Send résumé to athletics director Dave Lawler at dlawler@cdeducation.org. Thomas Worthington — Assistant track and field specializing in pole vault. Send résumé to athletics director Dan Girard at dgirard@worthington.k12.oh.us or fax to (614) 883-2275. Upper Arlington — Field hockey, assistant track and field specializing in pole vault. Send résumé to girls athletics director Jodi Palmer at jpalmer@ua schools.org for field hockey and coach Joe Cutler at jcutler@ uaschools.org for track. Watterson — Assistant boys track and field specializing in sprints and jumps. Contact coach Matt McGowan at runohio@ ee.net or (740) 587-0376.

Wellington — Middle school assistant baseball and softball. Send résumé to athletics director Elizabeth Clapacs at clapacs@wellington.org. Westerville Central — Track and field specializing in jumps and sprints. Contact athletics director Andy Ey at (614) 797-6827 or eya@wcsoh.org.

Westerville South — Assistant boys and girls soccer. Contact athletics department at (614) 797-6004. Westland — Volleyball. Send résumé to Greg Burke at greg.burke@swcs.us. •To add to this list, contact ThisWeek at (740) 888-6069 or sports@thisweeknews.com.

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HELP WANTED ENGINEERING/ TECHNICAL MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS / DESIGNERS Shremshock Engineering, Inc. is seeking FT Mechani cal and Electrical Engineers/Designers. These positions require minimum 3 years experi ence in all phases of de sign of mechanical, plumb ing & electrical systems. Self-starter able to perform with minimal day-to-day design oversight while meeting deadlines. Profi ciency with AutoCAD is a must, knowledge of Revit is a plus. We offer a friend ly, casual, fast-paced at mosphere while maintain ing a focus on high quality service. Included is a gen erous benefits package that includes, but is not lim ited to, paid vacation and sick leave, 401(k) & over time paid at time & a half. Email their resume to: Jobs@shremshock.com or fax them to 614-545-4555.

An international drug devel opment company partner to biotechnology and phar maceutical companies worldwide, has an immedi ate need for a Formulation/ Drug Delivery Associate Scientist III/Scientist in our Drug Safety Group. The successful candidate will Mechanical be required to prepare for Engineer mulations of developmen tal drugs for various routes A well-established manu of administration as part of facturer of electronic enclo toxicology, sures, instrument knobs, pharmacokinetic and safe tin containers, and preci ty pharmacology studies. sion drawn metal (various aluminum alloys & mild The successful candidate steel) is seeking a Mechan will have the necessary lab ical Engineer. oratory experience and skills in preparing solu Responsibilities: tions, suspensions and This position requires 50% emulsions; demonstrate fa - Design development (of miliarity with laboratory fice), and 50% process de equipment such as balan velopment (production ces, pipettors, pH meters, floor), having a hands-on and syringes that are used approach from start to fin in routine dose prepara ished product. tions; and provide Individual will be quoting oversight/management for deep draw metal and form The candidate resume the Formulation ing products and will be must demonstrate the fol Laboratory. creating part and process lowing minimum require specifications and draw ments in order to be The candidate shall pos ings. Position is responsi considered: sess excellent organiza ble for cost estimating of ∂ B.A., B.S. or M.S. in im tional and interpersonal material and process to munology, molecular biolo skills, be a team player produce parts and assem gy, virology, or related sci - with strong communication blies. entific discipline from an management, presentation accredited college or uni - and problem solving capa Qualifications: versity. bilities and experiences Degree in Mechanical En ∂ Three years (M.S.) or five with data handling systems gineering. Experience in years (B.A. or B.S.) of dem - and routine data entry in 3D modeling CADD (Solid onstrated professional or MS Word, Excel and Edge preferred). Knowl research experience PowerPoint. edge of load analysis capa gained through projects, bilities to determine prod programs, and education. Required qualification is a uct strength and structural (Years of experience may B.S. or B.A. with a mini integrity. Experience in be substituted for mum of 5 years experience product integration as re education.) or M.S. with 1-2 years ex - lated to BOMs, Routings or perience in pharmacy or floor travelers. Familiarity Additional selection criteria chemistry related field. Indi - with materials especially will include the following: viduals with relevant train metals (sheet metal and ∂ Excellent communication ing and experience will be extrusions). skills including technical considered. Fluencies related to metal writing, presentation skills, fabrication processes and team interaction. We offer a competitive sal (CNC programming and ∂ Demonstrated ability to ary along with a compre PLC a plus). assume ownership of as hensive benefit plan. 1-3 years experience rela signed tasks and to suc tive to metal process de cessfully complete the Qualified candidates may sign in mechanical and hy tasks within a specified send their resumes to: draulic presses, punching, budget and schedule. Box # 3074 piercing, and tool design. ∂ Strong desire to work in The Columbus Dispatch a multi-disciplinary environ 34 S. Third Street FT position with competi ment solving problems in a Columbus, OH 43215-4241 tive wages and full benefits variety of application package. Benefits package areas. Instrument includes health, dental, ∂ Relevant experience in Operator and life insurance, vacation good laboratory practices A local firm is seeking an and personal time, and (GLP) is preferred. experienced instrument op - 401(k) profit sharing plan. erator utilizing Topcon total EEO We offer a competitive sal stations, data collectors, ary along with a compre robotic instruments & GPS Submit resumes with sal hensive benefit plan. equipment. Should have ary history to employment experience with topograph - @buckeyeshapeform.com, Qualified candidates may ic, bridge, highway & fax to 614-445-8224 or mail send their resume to: boundary surveys meeting to Buckeye Shapeform, Box # 3075 with ODOT requirements. 555 Marion Rd. Columbus, The Columbus Dispatch Must be able to stay out-of- OH 43207. (Resumes with 34 S. Third Street town overnight for assign out salary history will not Columbus, OH 43215-4241 ments throughout the state be considered). on a weekly basis. Fax re sume to 614-228-0466 or email dhornyak@ceceng.n et EOE.

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NECROPSY/ HISTOLOGY TECHNICIAN An international drug devel opment company partner to biotechnology and phar maceutical companies worldwide, is seeking a qualified Necropsy/ Histol ogy Technician in our Drug Safety Group. The successful candidate will perform gross dissec tion in compliance with es tablished protocols and will prepare microscopic slides and be familiar with neces sary histotechnology equipment (process, em bed, section, stain and quality control functions). The successful candidate will be familiar with writing, maintaining and following standard operating proce dures (SOP) as required by Good Laboratory Practi ces (GLP). The candidate will be trained to prepare reports, conduct data verifi cation and review docu ments. The candidate shall pos sess excellent organiza tional and interpersonal skills, be a team player with strong communica tion, presentation and problem solving capabili ties and experiences with data handling systems and routine data entry in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Required qualification is a B.S. or B.A. in biology with a minimum of 3 years rele vant experience. We offer a competitive sal ary along with a compre hensive benefit plan, in cluding a 401(k) plan. Qualified candidates may send their resume to: Box # 3070 The Columbus Dispatch 34 S. Third Street Columbus, OH 43215-4241 To place an ad for your bazaar or seasonal event call (740) 888-5003 (local call)

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Process Engineer Entry Level AMG VANDADIUM Dynamic manufacturing company is seeking an en try level Chemical, Metal lurgical, or Materials Proc ess Engineer. AMG Vanadi um, Inc., is a wholly owned subsidiary of AMG Ad vanced Metallurgical Group N.V., a global leader in the production of highly engineered specialty metal products and advanced vacuum furnace systems. Located in Cambridge, Ohio, AMG Vanadium, Inc.is the leading NA pro ducer of ferrovanadium. Responsibilities ± Technical ownership of currently defined process es in support of unit meet ing or exceeding goals for EHS, cost, quality, and customer satisfaction ± Lead incremental im provement initiatives to op timize existing processes ± Support fundamental capital improvement projects ± Execute a variety of non-technical and techni cal manufacturing activities to support the Area Im provement Team’s objec tives in the areas of EHS, quality, and productivity Requirements ± 0 to 5 years of chemical or metallurgical manufac turing process and/or pro duction experience ± Degree in Chemical, Met allurgical, or Materials En gineering ± Strong process/ technical skills ± Rely on problem solving ability to independently solve a complex problem ± Leadership skills - Lead a team to accomplish signifi cant goals and objectives ± Computer skills - word processing, spreadsheet, statistical & database apps ± Six Sigma experience (preferred) Competitive salary and benefits. EEO.Qualified applicants email resume to HR@amg-v.com or fax to (740) 439-5990. Project Engineer Bach Deg or for deg equiv in Civil Eng or Mech Eng & exp designing customiz conveyor sys: overhead & inverted P&F, friction drive sys, carriers & sublifters & devel customiz comp prgrms & exprt review of structural designs in AutoCAD. Apply to Mr. R. Huffman, Daifuku America Corp, 6700 Tussing Rd, Reynoldsburg,OH 43068

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Family Physician Integrated Health Care The person in this posi tion is responsible for performing physical as sessments and deliver ing medical care and services to Southeast clients. This person al so is responsible for making referrals for medical evaluations and follow-up with cli ents’ test results. Con sultation with Medical Director, Clinical Direc tors and other South east staff members is al so an important func tion of this position. We offer many great benefits, including health, dental, vision, 401(k), an on-site fit ness room, and gener ous time off. If you are interested in learning more about opportuni ties available at South east, Inc. send resume to: Southeast Inc., HR Dept., 16 W. Long St., Columbus, OH 43215 or e-mail at hr.applications@ southeastinc.com. EOE GET YOUR WEEKENDS BACK!

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HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL MEDICAL ASSISTANT Busy Dermatology practice seeking immediate P/T MA. Dermatology experi ence helpful. Fax resume Attn: Melody at 614-761-4893

MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST Needed, previous experi ence req’d. Excellent sal ary / benefit package. For Immediate consideration, fax resume to 863-5010.

Mental Health Team Leader Mobile Van The Team Leader pro vides leadership, super vision and support to a team that is providing services to homeless clients with severe men tal disabilities. This per son also provides case management services to assigned clients and other team clients. LISW/LPCC required. We offer many great benefits, including health, dental, vision, 401(k), an on-site fit ness room, and gener ous time off. If you are interested in learning more about opportuni ties available at South east, Inc. send resume to: Southeast Inc., HR Dept., 16 W. Long St., Columbus, OH 43215 or e-mail at hr.applications@ southeastinc.com. EOE NURSE / MA FT - OFFICE Busy Grove City family practice. Fax resume to 614-922-0897.

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OPHTHALMIC ASSISTANT Come join a great team! Busy NW area ophthalmol ogy office seeking F/T Ophthalmic Assistant. Ex perience with Ophthalmol ogy necessary. Great hours, location and bene fits. Fax resume to 614451-8642. Email to: CKem pton@NorthwestEye Surgeons.com Background check will be done before hiring. PHARMACY TECH Retail Experience required. Top Dollars! No evenings or weekends. PT or FT. Email resume to abbey6425@hotmail.com

PHYSICIAN/ HOSPITALIST Columbus, Ohio. Provide impatient care predominantly in settings such as medical wards, acute care units, intensive care units, rehabilitation centers, or emergency rooms. Manage and coordinate patient care throughout treatment. Evaluate and manage medical patients admitted to the hospital. Requirements include: Medical Degree, as well as, completion of three years of Residency training and experience in an accredited program in the field of internal medicine; Board Certification in Internal Medicine; 6 months experience working with and supervising medical residents and medical students; and Medical Licensure in the State of Ohio of license eligibility. Send 2 resumes and cover letters by mail (no calls) to Columbus Inpatient Care, Inc., ATTN: Jeffrey B. Thurston, D.O., 793 W. State St., Room 3N09, Columbus, OH 43222

PRACTICE MANAGER Qualified candidates will have 3-5 years of physi cian medical office man agement experience, re sponsibilities include but not limited to staffing, pay roll, scheduling, billing, col lection, bookkeeping & working with Physicians and clinical teams. Excel lent communication skills, personnel supervisory skills and fiscal budget management experience a must. Fax resume to: 614-339-0153

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CITY OF REYNOLDSBURG, OHIO LICKING COUNTY LEGAL NOTICE Sealed bids will be received by the City of Reynoldsburg, Ohio ("Owner") until 10:00 am, local time, on Friday, February 4, 2011, at the Reynoldsburg Municipal Building, 7232 East Main Street, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068, for all labor, material, and services necessary for Summit Road Reconstruction, Phase II, OPWC Project # CC11N / CC12N (the "Project"). This project consists of 0.8 miles of roadway reconstruction along Summit Road in Reynoldsburg, Ohio, including curb and gutter, sidewalk, leisure path, storm sewer, water line relocation, street lighting, and necessary traffic control devices as more fully described in the Contract Documents prepared by ME Companies ("Design Professional"). Bids received after this time will not be accepted. Bids will be opened publicly and read immediately thereafter. Subject to the right of the Owner to reject any or all bids, the Owner will award contracts to the bidder(s) submitting the lowest and best bid. Direct questions about the Project in writing to ME Companies, Ryan M. Hutson, 614-818-4901 (Fax). A pre-bid conference will be held on January 28, 2011, at 10:00 am, local time, at the City of Reynoldsburg, located at 7232 East Main Street, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068. Contract Documents may be obtained from ME Companies, located at 635 Brooksedge Boulevard, Westerville, OH 43081, by providing a nonrefundable $150.00 deposit/set, payable to City of Reynoldsburg. No more than three (3) sets will be provided to a Bidder. (All Shipping Costs by Bidder). Contract Documents may be reviewed without charge during regular business hours (8am-5pm) at the following locations: ME Companies, located at 635 Brooksedge Boulevard, Westerville, OH 43081. City of Reynoldsburg, located at 7232 East Main Street, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068. All bids must be accompanied by a Bid Guaranty in the form of either a Bid Guaranty and Contract Bond for the full amount of the bid (including all add alternates) or a certified check, cashierâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s check, or an irrevocable letter of credit in an amount equal to 10% of the bid (including all add alternates), as described in the Instructions to Bidders. This is a prevailing wage project. All contractors and subcontractors involved with the project will, to the extent practicable use Ohio Products, materials, services, and labor in the implementation of their project. Additionally, contractor compliance with the equal employment opportunity requirements of Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 123, the Governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Executive Order of 1972, and Governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Executive Order 84-9 shall be required. No Bidder may withdraw its bid within sixty (60) days after the bid opening. The Owner reserves the right to waive irregularities in bids, to reject any or all bids, and to conduct such investigation as necessary to determine the lowest and best bidder for each contract. The date for substantial completion shall be within 250 calendar days from the date of the Notice to Proceed. In addition, access to the schools shall be provided and maintained starting in August, 2011. The engineerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s estimate for the Base Bid including Alternate Bid #1 is $2,519,216. The engineerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s estimate for the Base Bid including Alternate Bid #2 is $2,546,989.

CITY OF REYNOLDSBURG, OHIO LICKING COUNTY LEGAL NOTICE Sealed bids will be received by the City of Reynoldsburg, Ohio ("Owner") until 10:00 am, local time, on Friday, February 4, 2011, at the Reynoldsburg Municipal Building, 7232 East Main Street, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068, for all labor, material, and services necessary for Summit Road Reconstruction, Phase II, OPWC Project # CC11N / CC12N (the "Project"). This project consists of 0.8 miles of roadway reconstruction along Summit Road in Reynoldsburg, Ohio, including curb and gutter, sidewalk, leisure path, storm sewer, water line relocation, street lighting, and necessary traffic control devices as more fully described in the Contract Documents prepared by MoE Companies ("Design Professional"). Bids received after this time will not be accepted. Bids will be opened publicly and read immediately thereafter. Subject to the right of the Owner to reject any or all bids, the Owner will award contracts to the bidder(s) submitting the lowest and best bid. Direct questions about the Project in writing to MoE Companies, Ryan M. Hutson, 614-818-4901 (Fax). A pre-bid conference will be held on January 28, 2011, at 10:00 am, local time, at the City of Reynoldsburg, located at 7232 East Main Street, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068. Contract Documents may be obtained from MoE Companies, located at 635 Brooksedge Boulevard, Westerville, OH 43081, by providing a nonrefundable $150.00 deposit/set, payable to City of Reynoldsburg. No more than three (3) sets will be provided to a Bidder. (All Shipping Costs by Bidder).

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Contract Documents may be reviewed without charge during regular business hours (8am-5pm) at the following locations: MoE Companies, located at 635 Brooksedge Boulevard, Westerville, OH 43081. City of Reynoldsburg, located at 7232 East Main Street, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068. All bids must be accompanied by a Bid Guaranty in the form of either a Bid Guaranty and Contract Bond for the full amount of the bid (including all add alternates) or a certified check, cashierâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s check, or an irrevocable letter of credit in an amount equal to 10% of the bid (including all add alternates), as described in the Instructions to Bidders. This is a prevailing wage project. All contractors and subcontractors involved with the project will, to the extent practicable use Ohio Products, materials, services, and labor in the implementation of their project. Additionally, contractor compliance with the equal employment opportunity requirements of Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 123, the Governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Executive Order of 1972, and Governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Executive Order 84-9 shall be required. No Bidder may withdraw its bid within sixty (60) days after the bid opening. The Owner reserves the right to waive irregularities in bids, to reject any or all bids, and to conduct such investigation as necessary to determine the lowest and best bidder for each contract. The date for substantial completion shall be within 250 calendar days from the date of the Notice to Proceed. In addition, access to the schools shall be provided and maintained starting in August, 2011.

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