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Village Green Car Show

This annual fall car show features classic and antique cars, trucks, and motorcycles. Trophies will be awarded and there will be live music and food and merchant vendors. Check it out at Village Green Park in Fairfield on Saturday from 3:30-11 p.m. There is no admission cost. For more information, call 513-867-5348 or visit www.fairfield-city.org.

Crazy Cardboard Boat Regatta

This annual Butler County festival will feature handcrafted cardboard boats that will either sink or swim as they cruise toward the finish line. There will be trophies for speed, style and flair. The regatta will also feature live music and other family-friendly activities. Check it out at Voice of America MetroPark in West Chester Twp. on Saturday from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. There is no admission cost to watch. Boat registration fees range from $20-$50. For more information, call 513-867-5835 or visit www.yourmetroparks.net.

Finds on the Farm – Fall Craft Show

One of Butler County’s most famous public farms is hosting a fall crafts and décor show. Shop for fall-themed items while your little ones use the play areas. Check it out at Niederman Family Farm, 4972 LaSourdesville-West Chester Road in Liberty Twp., on Saturday from 9:30 a.m-3:30 p.m. There is no admission cost. For more information, call 513-887-0725 or visit www.niedermanfamilyfarm.com

Night Fever – A Tribute to the Bee Gees

This Canadian trio will recreate a show by the Gibbs brothers, capturing the look and sound of The Bee Gees backed by a full band of professional musicians. See them at the Sorg Opera House in Middletown on Saturday at 8 p.m. Tickets are $30-$35. For more information, visit www.sorgoperahouse.org.

Sebastian Maniscalco

This up-and-coming stand-up comedian has five specials, including a few on Netflix. He also played a memorable role in Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman.” See him at the Taft Theatre in Cincinnati on Saturday at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Tickets are $42.75-$102.75. For more information, call 513-232-6220 or visit www.tafttheatre.org.

Uptown Funk – Tribute to Bruno Mars

This Bruno Mars tribute act is comprised of several singers, musicians, and dancers who recreate the Bruno Mars live experience, performing all the hits that the real Mars performs onstage. See them at RiversEdge Amphitheater in Hamilton on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. There is no admission cost. For more information, call 513-785-7015 or visit www.riversedgelive.com.

Lebanon Antique Show

Ohio’s longest-running antiques show will feature over 30 dealers selling furniture, jewelry, textiles, old pattern glass, art glass, old blue china, folk art, and many more items dating from the 18th-20th centuries. Check it out at the Warren County Fairgrounds on Friday and Saturday. Hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $6-$8. For more information, call 513-932-1817 or www.wchsmuseum.org.

British Car Day

This notable local club of British car enthusiasts puts on this British car show every year. Check out over 100 cars. There will be awards, food and drink, a DJ, and door prizes. Check it out at Harbin Park in Fairfield on Sunday from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults and free for children. Registering a car is $25. For more information, call 513-646-5426 or visit www.bccgc.com.

On Sunday, August 29th, Chief Steve Vanover suffered a serious medical event at his home. He was rushed to Bethesda…

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They are hoping to cash in on nearly $75 million the commissioners were awarded in American Rescue Plan Act funding.”},{“_id”:”P52ZYEAFBZCFNMBDGUMNWTGRXQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630593233039},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Former County Administrator and BREC engineering manager Charlie Young told the Journal-News the pandemic has made it painfully evident high-speed internet is crucial in surviving this remote-working world with “children having to drive and sit outside a high school or having to go to a place that has some kind of a wi-fi connection so they could do their homework.””},{“_id”:”OM76XIXX7ZH2FCG5BH2YR3ZQIM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630610407579},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Young told the commissioners they want to help “overcome the digital divide” in the county and need $3.9 million for the second phase of a project to bring broadband to the rural areas of the county. Cincinnati Bell is also using $4 million of its own for the project. He said they sought other grant funding but were told “we’re not rural enough, we’re not poor enough, we’re not underserved enough to qualify.””},{“_id”:”VC54FPEG65AOVPNKCIGS64VPRQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”In partnership with Cincinnati Bell under the first phase they”},{“pos”:153,”comment”:”they get “},{“pos”:208,”comment”:”they are “},{“pos”:226,”comment”:”they “},{“pos”:240,”comment”:”their “},{“pos”:253,”comment”:”they “}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630610407580},”type”:”text”,”content”:”A first phase brought fiber optic access to 2,100 BREC customers in the county. BREC General Manager Tom Wolfenbarger said because the organization gets funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, it is limited in how it can spend its money, so it partnered with Cincinnati Bell.”},{“_id”:”YTYMPFXOGJFCJJIDUBUTAKNU2I”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”Dave Kramer, director of Strategic Business Development, told the commissioners they are putting $4 million of their own money into the project he called “future proof.” He said they hope to have a “bigger conversation” about extending fiber to county residents beyond the BREC deal soon.”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630610407581},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”3KJEI4XJBVDATF644SWENM2JRE”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”42FNXE5IB5DT3KSO6RHAKDTO3E”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Butler County commissioners hear pitch for $17.3 million in social services projects”,”url”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news/butler-county-commissioners-hear-pitch-for-173-million-in-social-services-projects/2UPFGXXSJFAL5EBBOTFOPNEW3U/”},{“_id”:”N75PWYTL2RAOTA3SWC356MUPL4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630610407583},”type”:”text”,”content”:”One of the goals of the ARPA funding is to serve the underprivileged and expanding broadband infrastructure is one of five main objectives the U.S. Treasury has outlined. Commissioner Don Dixon asked how some of these low income residents will be able to pay for high speed internet even if it is available in their area.”},{“_id”:”3MEEO5P2BNCKXHQC2ZGOZWBQ2A”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630610407584},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I look at my bills and you know some of them are bigger than my house payment used to be,” Dixon said, referring to the $4 million cost that would only serve about 2,700 residents.”},{“_id”:”ZRA7ZCGNKVBPJER33JTXBN2OWM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630610407585},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Simple math would put the cost at around $1,480 per customer. Ted Heckmann with Cincinnati Bell said they charge a monthly service fee, not the cost to build the network. He added there are a couple federal programs available to help offset the expenses for the poor.”},{“_id”:”AS6MYNKC5RCSXA67HX67UC4DHA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630610407586},”type”:”text”,”content”:”He mentioned the Federal Communication Commission’s Lifeline program that provides a $9.25 monthly discount to low-income internet users. A newer program was targeted toward helping people through the pandemic. Under the FCC’s Emergency Broadband Benefit qualified people can receive a discount of up to $50 a month on their bills and a one-time discount of up to $100 to purchase a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet, with certain conditions.”},{“_id”:”R3IJMNEBKBGW3OX5I2NMIY6D6I”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630610407587},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Gov. Mike DeWine came to Middletown in May to officially sign a bill that provided $20 million to expand internet access. About 1.25 million residents have no high-speed internet options at all.”},{“_id”:”IVJ6PTN6YVHZHFYUXMRIRGLTPM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630610407588},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Discussion during the work session turned to the county’s own fiber optic network that has been plagued with problems from the start, including federal litigation that sent some officials to prison. Dixon wanted to know if it could be used to reduce costs. Young said there is very little capacity left and it doesn’t easily reach where they need it to go.”},{“_id”:”ZAAXC5WAKFHD5HJBOPAEV45U54″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630610407589},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Young told the Journal-News the county might not be able to enter into an agreement with Cincinnati Bell without a request for proposals process.”},{“_id”:”5C5MIDLLCNAWJKLF7O4WKYT7K4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630610407590},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“We’ve had great success with Cincinnati Bell and if we had the money and we were going to do this project we’d continue what we’ve done with them,” Young said. “But if the county needs to go through a competitive process but they’re willing to fund it then so be it, let’s go through that process and whoever wins, wins.””},{“_id”:”IVJ6PTN6YVHZHFYUXMRIRGLTPM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630610407591},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Dixon told the Journal-News they’ve been looking at this issue for awhile and he still hopes they can utilize some of the county’s network to make it more affordable for residents.”},{“_id”:”26ATFUQSYBFTBJ3GYCE3PBYDJI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630610407592},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I haven’t seen a deal yet that’s a good deal for the taxpayers, I’m not interested in helping one of the big publicly traded companies get bigger so they can control the price even more,” Dixon said. “So if there is a way we could use our part (of the fiber network) to buy down that cost and get something reasonable and affordable, I’d be glad to listen to that.””},{“_id”:”NKJB43ZUUZFMZDS6KA66DZZLZM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630610407593},”type”:”text”,”content”:”A group of townships and the Talawanda Schools are expected to make their own broadband pitch to the commissioners next week.”},{“_id”:”FF2GNWWKZNDOFCRMMTSH4Z37OE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630593233040},”type”:”text”,”content”:”
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Once completed, the new roundabout and realigned roads will improve traffic flow, reduce traffic congestion and reduce high impact accidents.”},{“_id”:”M5B4IWPFBVAD5CIX7QF7A67QRY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630611747026},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Assistant County Engineer Chuck Petty said the $1.73 million project was expected to be completed Aug. 21, but delays due to weather and a utility line relocation were why the completion date was extended to Sept. 25.”},{“_id”:”RLSYHP3WL5G2RN7QE2COO6MCPM”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”PQ3B52G4BJGF5ETE3RXRTZYQHE”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Intersection near Springboro school to be closed for 20 weeks for roundabout construction”,”url”:”https://www.daytondailynews.com/local/clearcreek-twp-intersection-to-be-closed-for-20-weeks-for-roundabout-construction/KP3E6SLQWRHKPD7JSQAO6GJM44/”},{“_id”:”NRMDGTTDMNDBFIV77B4S7V4G24″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630611747028},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Petty said the project, “seems to be going pretty well.””},{“_id”:”XYNF6Q73NNBTXEY5NIEOBEFFWU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:91,”comment”:”, September 13, 2021″}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630611747029},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Red Lion-Five Pints Road at the intersection of Bunnell Hill Road, will be closed on Monday for five days, weather permitting. 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Below the roundabout, the project will also realign and relocate the intersection of Red Lion-Five Points Road with Bunnell Hill Road to make it safer for motorists. The $1.73 million project is slated for completion on Sept. 25. 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And in some cases, employees are expected to get vaccinated.”},{“_id”:”AMMWYL5AMFA77A3CEQIE37ZXIY”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”IXE3KLQM5BG57MFP626Q2I5SKQ”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Ex-Daytonian leads team that discovers what he believes is ‘holy grail’ lost ship”,”url”:”https://www.daytondailynews.com/what-to-know/ex-daytonian-leads-team-that-discovers-what-he-believes-is-holy-grail-lost-ship/3T63OHQ2VZFC3OQ6VDT2B6XTEQ/”},{“_id”:”XIKN63JFA5DOZOUOKMJNMWNPR4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:181,”comment”:” in all”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116633},”type”:”text”,”content”:”While deadlines vary, Dayton Children’s Hospital, Premier Health and Kettering Health all have announced mandatory vaccine orders, requirements that cover more than 30,000 employees.”},{“_id”:”XR73URDO6VHVZB6Y3ZR4CB5PY4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630601168687},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Here’s a look at how 10 of the region’s biggest employers (by number of employees) are steering through the pandemic’s latest challenges.”},{“_id”:”ZEWPCO63GNDV3IW5GGUG76PNRI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116634},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Wright-Patterson Air Force Base”},{“_id”:”LSLXB27TJJEVPPBTEO3PVXJQPY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, “},{“pos”:58,”comment”:”,”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630624726719},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The state’s largest single-site concentration of employees has been nimble in reaction to COVID’s unpredictability.”},{“_id”:”26RW4NY7JZBZXPRSFHFZVCHOXY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116635},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Since May, the base has changed its “health protection condition” in response to COVID at least four times, recently declaring a public health emergency to boot.”},{“_id”:”VBNVHJOUDFEV3GVQU5GNWMNHGY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:327,”comment”:”specific “}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116636},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Masking is required indoors on base, and so are vaccinations, although no precise deadline has come from the U.S. Department of Defense. 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Patrick Miller declared HPCON Charlie, capping the permitted on-base working population at a quarter of its pre-pandemic presence — no more than 7,500 workers physically on base.”},{“_id”:”O7AO2U6DQVD5FFOQUYCDL2KIRY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116640},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“The goal is to push folks out, not bring folks in,” Miller said in a Facebook town hall Wednesday.”},{“_id”:”KVJVNZSIEBGH3G4J6FYD2BITHE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116642},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Premier Health”},{“_id”:”3KHJSQJPTZCNXDHGU6XG7D7AUI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:125,”comment”:”, a representative said”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630624726727},”type”:”text”,”content”:”At Premier Health, the area’s largest hospital system with more than 12,400 employees, return-to-work plans have been delayed.”},{“_id”:”5D7R7OEFTRCIZM5N6T6ZXMC2MQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630601168696},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Given the emergence of the Delta variant and the rise in the number of COVID-19 cases across our region, we have delayed our reentry plan for some staff to return in September to work in our corporate support services building (Premier Health Center) in downtown Dayton,” a spokesperson said. “We will reevaluate our plans again later this year.””},{“_id”:”SMXMUBPPRNAEPKBIVPSQNV53OA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630601168697},”type”:”text”,”content”:”While requirements for face coverings have remained at patient care sites, this summer Premier resumed the requirement for all employees, including those at nonclinical sites.”},{“_id”:”3PLXQE2545CUTDGRYQA6LSOE5U”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630601168698},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“As part of our mission to improve the health of the communities that we serve, we also recently announced a requirement that all employees and medical staff be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by Dec. 1,” the spokesperson added.”},{“_id”:”ZEWPCO63GNDV3IW5GGUG76PNRI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116641},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Kettering Health Network”},{“_id”:”ZEWPCO63GNDV3IW5GGUG76PNRI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:66,”comment”:” and”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116641},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Staying “fluid” has been the watchword at Kettering Health Network with its more than 9,300 employees, said Tim Dutton, the network’s executive vice president for mission, brand and people.”},{“_id”:”QVCDZ3J4SRAJLJKAEP5RNITB4Q”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:124,”comment”:” in place”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116645},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“We’ve had both remote and hybrid work, really throughout the pandemic,” Dutton said in an interview. “We put in a framework to let our leadership team make adjustments within that framework. 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Those who can work from home or else where do so when supervisors deem it necessary, he said.”},{“_id”:”AWIVXGTE6BD55JILE6JIH5OI3I”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”QDDEB74QCNB55GZRZMYHNDSTT4″},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”3 new restaurants opened in August and 6 more are coming soon – including a third location for a brewery favorite”,”url”:”https://www.daytondailynews.com/food/3-new-restaurants-opened-in-august-and-6-more-are-coming-soon-including-a-third-location-for-a-brewery-favorite/XRP74IMHKBHSNAW4FLSYYF6RGI/”},{“_id”:”O7Y7IGOT3ZDC3LAPTBEXCAVC5I”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116647},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“There really is no guiding or overarching policy in place,” Dutton said. “Leaders will make adjustments.””},{“_id”:”RQHQZ3H6JNHABKSKWOGKXG64R4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116648},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The network tightened its visitation policy Aug. 24. Masking and other safety precautions haven’t changed, he said.”},{“_id”:”BXJ6QPJHBRHXLJFPTXCW23V6SU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630624726737},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Crown Equipment”},{“_id”:”V5WCYFG53BBWVGJXQM2BCHIUSA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116666},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Lift equipment manufacturer Crown Equipment, with some 4,500 employees at facilities across West Central Ohio, said it follows Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Ohio guidance on masking for vaccinated and unvaccinated employees. “The company has adjusted its protocols throughout the pandemic as guidance from these organizations has evolved,” the company said in an email.”},{“_id”:”DX3MSXCIPJCTXOKPFDYLZ5U3RI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630611484210},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Crown has not communicated specific vaccination requirements to employees.”},{“_id”:”HJ5MVPXCWNDTRMXTGBEQTBNTLM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116650},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Montgomery County government”},{“_id”:”7J4OQ67LZJF3BLFHWYEDANH2RE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630624726741},”type”:”text”,”content”:”At Montgomery County government, it’s “business as usual,” spokeswoman Deb Decker said.”},{“_id”:”LFVXDK7FFJGQBONAUQKJWKZXYI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116651},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“For the most part, everyone is back in the office, as we have been since last summer,” Decker said. “The precautions we took at the start of the pandemic are still in effect — masks are mandatory, social distancing is required, and sanitation procedures are still in full force.””},{“_id”:”5D644EWVOFG4PHYB3DHC7TM7XA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116653},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The county has no vaccine mandate, but it offers a cash incentive for its 4,200-plus employees (and their spouses) to get vaccinated. 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The county has a mask directive in place for employees at all county facilities.”},{“_id”:”P7OWA3VR6JBGVNABWR3SAMMUOY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116655},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The Stillwater Center — a Dayton home for children and adults with intellectual disabilities — has quarantine and testing policies, but no vaccination requirement. The center follows Ohio Department of Health and Department of Developmental Disabilities policies, Decker said.”},{“_id”:”PHAOAHIDXNAA7NHK6WGU76ON4Q”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116656},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Stillwater Center employees must follow Ohio and CDC mandates and never stopped wearing face coverings, she said.”},{“_id”:”6IOKAYEBSJCE7H3CPQ22ISSCUA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630624726747},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Kroger Co.”},{“_id”:”A74TJTNIRRFXZAWZIFMMD2RE3M”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116657},”type”:”text”,”content”:”With more than 4,000 employees, Kroger’s mask guidance today requires unvaccinated employees to wear one and asks unvaccinated customers to do the same in stores and facilities, spokeswoman Jennifer Moore said.”},{“_id”:”LBYGBVNOMFESNDDYM3D35CXQ2I”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:31,”comment”:” one-time”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116661},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In February, Kroger announced a payment of $100 to employees who received a vaccine.”},{“_id”:”AQKBDRUY7NDSNFDACMU46BTYVA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116662},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“In light of the Delta variant and updated CDC recommendations, we strongly encourage all individuals, including those who are vaccinated, to wear a mask when in our stores and facilities,” Moore said.”},{“_id”:”O6CBRVCAQZCCVANALCKVLG67WM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630624726751},”type”:”text”,”content”:”CareSource”},{“_id”:”ZEWPCO63GNDV3IW5GGUG76PNRI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:38,”comment”:” people”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116641},”type”:”text”,”content”:”CareSource, which employs nearly 4,000 in Ohio, including about 2,200 in Downtown Dayton ― said the uptick in cases from Delta forced a delay in setting a return-to-offices date. CareSource offices remain open for those who choose to work there and stricter mask requirements have been re-instituted, the Medicaid managed care plan company said.”},{“_id”:”JYANQ2I7ZRFPHCMVPHRQP4WE5E”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630601168715},”type”:”text”,”content”:”CareSource requires mask-wearing in common areas and when social distancing is not possible, regardless of vaccination status.”},{“_id”:”XTTVF7SLVBDUVJ665N4LCKAOUU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630601168716},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The business has created “support opportunities” for employees, including a vaccine presentation led by a CareSource medical director and an array of mental health resources for all employees, said Julie Walch, CareSource vice president of human resources business partnership and support.”},{“_id”:”PNDWNOIBWBDOHHMOI7R7DSBDUI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630592116663},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Miami University”},{“_id”:”WVKARI2UV5GRHMQLNLVJAB2FY4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630624726756},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Last week, Miami University mandated that every Miami University student, faculty and staff member get vaccinated against COVID-19, unless exempted. 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Liberty Center owners wanted the value reduced to $80 million.”},{“_id”:”6Q3R66UUDJDAHJSSBNGZH5Y4U4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”There is a little bit of confusion between what was mentioned in The the March 5 application asking for property value reductions — which appeared to include parking garages owned by the county — appeand the final request the BOR considered. At first the value reduction request appeared to total $31 million but by the time the BOR took up the case the value slash was listed at $58 million, according to Reynolds.”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630614852125},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”KSGIONPCNBCNPIDNWS25473UNA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:4,”comment”:”form “}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630614852126},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The application states the reason as “Recent sale(s) of comparable properties. Physical, economic, functional depreciation or obsolescence. Economic valuation based on gross or net income.””},{“_id”:”ILBIXDGHMBBZBF4KNNFZ4BKL2I”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”The county’s”},{“pos”:90,”comment”:”and he “},{“pos”:118,”comment”:”purely “}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630614852127},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Butler County Development Director David Fehr, who is on the three-member revision board, said his decision was based on appraisals offered by the mall owners and the auditor’s appraisers.”},{“_id”:”CBRKIAJWNBC25LEW5H6CI6GDGY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630614852128},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I did put weight in their appraisal, although there were some gaps and things I would have liked to see in their appraisal, I think at the end of the day his analysis seemed reasonable to me,” Fehr told the Journal-News. “Based on the number of vacancies there and the income that was being generated by Liberty Center in comparison to other malls in the area. I did feel that was a fair true market value of the property.””},{“_id”:”ABJGZTCL3VHA5B2MX3GTVB5MNU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630614852129},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The owners and managers of the development have not returned multiple phone calls seeking comment. Steiner + Associates developed the property, but Apollo Commercial Real Estate Finance Inc. now controls the retail operation.”},{“_id”:”H7BOPCMKHRGXLO3HBDHSDOLBFE”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”6FDVAWLRWJFBXB5JFPDIPFOCYU”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Officials debate: Liberty Center requests $31 million property value reduction “,”url”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news/officials-debate-liberty-center-requests-31-million-property-value-reduction/YXT7CU7W2ZHJDCZUBPK6X56BV4/”},{“_id”:”MFYJSPVY7NGNDEMCFFAMQO7HBQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630614852131},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Some of the properties include the Cheesecake Factory, the Cobb Liberty Luxury 15 and CineBistro and the Foundry but not Dillards or iFly.”},{“_id”:”GZTJV5PSJJEHJPFYB6MEHA2GOU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630614852132},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Mike Gildea, an appraiser for Reynolds’ office, said Liberty Center can appeal the decision to the state but because of a new state law can also apply for a further reduction due to the pandemic. The current case only involved the pre-pandemic value, he said they intend to argue in October the property is only worth $60 million due to the crisis.”},{“_id”:”NSZZN7CIBZG2DPR676X7HNGXOA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630614852133},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“They’ll be allowed to present information on how COVID impacted their numbers,“ Gildea said. “And it’s not good there are actually two appraisals on Liberty Center. There is one prior to COVID and one after COVID was in full swing and they are night and day appraisals.””},{“_id”:”S5PJJYF5XNCPZJCVJEP6SOT5AI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630614852134},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The BOR panel, comprised of representatives from the auditor, commissioners and treasurer’s offices, held a hearing in July on the request but continued it pending further information.”},{“_id”:”Z2KVUCVD3FBD5H4VUQLBKY7OCI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630614852135},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The properties are part of the University Pointe tax increment financing district, so tax revenues to local jurisdictions, other than the Lakota Schools, only totaled $3,725 for this year. Since 2015, Lakota has received $21.3 million from the TIF, and the annual payments would be impacted by a reduction.”},{“_id”:”RIBNMR4KBBGLFN7BFVKE32DOLA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630614852136},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Lakota Schools Treasurer/CFO Jenni Logan said the district did not challenge the revision request.”},{“_id”:”PO7ZEAXI6BDUNMEUAQCT3IBDXA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630614852137},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The county commissioners and Liberty Twp. forged a complicated development deal with the developer that included $37 million in taxpayer-backed bonds to build the parking garage and water lines for the project. There have been issues with the bond payments over the past couple years.”},{“_id”:”FNN4JNTMXVEH3ATSQ5M6MR77B4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630614852138},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Any property devaluation would not impact that deal struck with the original developer Steiner + Associates because there are built-in guarantees.”}],”display_date”:”2021-09-06T09:30:00Z”,”headlines”:{“basic”:”Butler County agrees to $14M property value drop for Liberty Center”},”first_publish_date”:”2021-09-06T09:30:00.247Z”,”taxonomy”:{“sections”:[{“path”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”parent”:{“default”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”},”_website”:”journal-news”,”parent_id”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”name”:”News”,”description”:””,”_id”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”additional_properties”:{“original”:{“parent”:{“default”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”SectionMap”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”MainMenuRedesign2021″:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”TopNav”:null,”TopicsBar”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”ComposerNav”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”},”site”:{“section_comments_enabled”:”Yes”,”site_description”:””,”site_title”:”Journal-News | Local News for Hamilton, Middletown”},”navigation”:{“nav_title”:”News”},”inactive”:false,”node_type”:”section”,”_website”:”journal-news”,”name”:”News”,”_id”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”ancestors”:{“default”:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”],”SectionMap”:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”],”MainMenuRedesign2021″:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”],”TopNav”:[],”TopicsBar”:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”]},”order”:{“SectionMap”:1012,”MainMenuRedesign2021″:1001,”TopicsBar”:1001}}},”_website_section_id”:”journal-news./news”,”type”:”section”,”version”:”0.6.0″}],”primary_section”:{“path”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”name”:”News”},”tags”:[{“text”:”hjnhomepage”},{“text”:”hjnhptop”},{“text”:”butler county”},{“text”:”libertytwp”},{“text”:”hjnnewslettertop”},{“text”:”ddn_app”},{“text”:”business”},{“text”:”b2bnewsletter”}]},”type”:”story”,”last_updated_date”:”2021-09-06T22:44:32.858Z”,”canonical_url”:”/news/butler-county-agrees-to-14-million-property-value-drop-for-liberty-center/QLL6JJ5E6RB6RM3JEDMVKIHIJY/”,”promo_items”:{“basic”:{“credits”:{“affiliation”:[],”by”:[{“image”:{“version”:”0.5.8″,”url”:”https://s3.amazonaws.com/arc-authors/coxohio/bc465ec2-f034-4e8a-b5b0-c346db773508.png”},”socialLinks”:[{“site”:”email”,”deprecated”:true,”deprecation_msg”:”Please use social_links.”,”url”:”[email protected]”},{“site”:”twitter”,”deprecated”:true,”deprecation_msg”:”Please use social_links.”,”url”:”@NickGrahamPhoto”}],”social_links”:[{“site”:”email”,”url”:”[email protected]”},{“site”:”twitter”,”url”:”@NickGrahamPhoto”}],”name”:”Nick Graham”,”description”:”Nick Graham is a photojournalist for the Journal-News covering Butler and Warren Counties in Ohio. “,”_id”:”nick-graham”,”additional_properties”:{“original”:{“lastName”:”Graham”,”image”:”https://s3.amazonaws.com/arc-authors/coxohio/bc465ec2-f034-4e8a-b5b0-c346db773508.png”,”education”:[],”role”:”Photojournalist”,”longBio”:”Staff photographer of the Journal-News covering Butler and Warren Counties. 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He said it’s a “two–prong problem” because these cities will need construction workers to build their projects and once they’re complete, employees to fill those positions.”},{“_id”:”CIKFYF3UGFGG7IG7AOHIVHL2P4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630691043167},”type”:”text”,”content”:”To address the need for workforce development, for the last eight years the Chamber has sponsored manufacturing days where high schools are given the opportunity to tour local businesses and talk to representatives about employment requirements.”},{“_id”:”YYGO5CBBHVHGPIGUVVB5JSZTHY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630686253545},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Pearce called workforce development the Chamber’s No. 1 priority and where the staff spends about 80% of its time.”},{“_id”:”QQ4PX4M75NAJVP4YZ27XFXBX7M”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”recuring theme: reinvestent in our commuity, pving project: lnov. 1 4/ lf 1 percent of levy: roads: bond issue: two years as man as get done; highest priority; began that process; expecte the $31 million; $26 millon came back; interest rates: well underway; Phase 3 of the 13 phases; different sizes; his year 2022-; addibg 4.5 more work; 2023; the good news; big project: 2022: Central Avenue; full refiured; add paving: state granted: $51 milion; reconstructiin or paving; 1/3 of every lane miles;”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630693270707},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”D4BLDAGX75FCTFIOSR5I2MOR24″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”fire stations: well past usefull life; they are old, they are tired; May 2022; extension of 1 mill, 10 year, debt service is paid off; $16.8 million; three protypes, one hadquarters; stay i old firehouses; private sector and re used”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630691043126},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”5ZRTFYQVKZFLPNLPGCD2VHAYSM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”positive side: fedeal programs; never seen; ARPA: $18.9 million; one time project, great priorities;”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630691043127},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”5DCNVUD4E5H3RF6DYKKRKPEIKA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”TM Galleria: dying; little or no tenants; redevelopment; milukaee; Deer District; new tone center; electric go cartts; K1 pee, California, all electroni; 45 mph; 70,000 square foot; early anchor to destination; Warren County Port Authority; a major demand generator; indoor ice sheets; youth, tournanem,y, miro league, really signifanct, important demand.”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630691043128},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”ZOHOL6O5YFG4FAIKCWVR55Z5EM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”RF: 6 month sago; feasibility study; hotel conventiom center; entertainment, destinaion opportuities; jon and; change the DT;”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630691043129},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”Q2ZAWOV6NFHVLBTJKGOANFP3FU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”Ohio 4: third of third: TM, Riverfront development; paperboard, AK Steel headquarer, coc, Vail Middle School; high quality, affordable housing; 57 acres industrial, clean and cle, high tech jobs;”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630691043130},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”ZYDZCLWCYJHBBDNR66IUJBFMNI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”community center: 2.1, $4, $6 Butler County: 12 ;”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630691043131},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”CS4G5WSKVJBAFFENHR4YWFJHYY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”Hamilton and Middletown: a great deal of sense;”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630691043132},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”NOLS35LFWFAXBFWREZD5SMFHQU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”Compre Plan: revieiwng by CC by final draft, workshops; Middletown is different than it used to be.””}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630691043133},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”3YYOHIDHKJCG3DKFRQZVELQAVM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630691043174},”type”:”text”,”content”:”
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Wendy Faulkner, 47, a mother of two daughters who lived in Mason and worked as vice president of information technology at the Chicago headquarters of the retail-insurance brokerage Aon Risk Services, was killed.”},{“_id”:”GKVKWG5W25CA7M33A3XMRE767Q”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”On Sept. 11, 2001, s”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630624477487},”type”:”text”,”content”:”She was in New York for a one-day meeting that was supposed to last a few hours. The meeting was on the 104th floor of World Trade Center 2. When those in the tower were ordered to evacuate after the first plane crashed, everyone scrambled toward the elevators.”},{“_id”:”P2F2QB4CGFHJBJ5XNNCSH7OL4E”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1628882559477},”type”:”text”,”content”:”There was only room for one of the three women standing there. Faulkner and another women waited. They were never seen again.”},{“_id”:”U2VPS54GNRAXNOSA3V5T6SRHQQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1628883075962},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The night before, Lynn Faulkner ended the conversation with his wife with, “I love you.””},{“_id”:”NB6UZH2OMRDOHKDN3HOAA6AGAA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630635564276},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“If you’re going to say last words,” the 69-year-old said, “those are the words to say.””},{“_id”:”Q3XM5YGGBFDRNDKQPXVTAOWQDM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630614529559},”type”:”text”,”content”:”His wife’s body never was recovered, buried under the tons of rubble.”},{“_id”:”GHXBZRVJK5DFDMYAMLQ4C4NMNE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630595131164},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“It doesn’t seem like 20 years ago,” he said when asked about the upcoming anniversary. “Life is a mixture, you know. It seems like it happened yesterday and then it seems like it happened one thousand years ago.””},{“_id”:”FZPSM65Y2RBWTONJVIIQ3O5O6I”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:75,”comment”:”married”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630635564279},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The Faulkners were opposites, and that worked during their 20-year marriage. He loves riding motorcycles and flying planes, while his wife was content reading an Agatha Christie novel while sipping hot tea in front of the fireplace.”},{“_id”:”W64KL77SBFFCRAEWXITLXXCSW4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630635564280},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“The chances were I would be the first one to die,” said Faulkner, two years younger than his wife. “That was always our thought. If you had told me this little lady would be killed by terrorists, I would have said you’re ridiculous. Her odds were 100 million to one, but it doesn’t matter if you’re the one.””},{“_id”:”7OATQJIB4VFJ5MP6HDBBB5KLAE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:100,”comment”:”, while his”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630635564281},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Lynn Faulkner, a retired communications and advertising executive, hasn’t moved from his Mason home. His daughters, Loren, 39, and Ashley, 33, have started their careers.”},{“_id”:”E3BYRWRXFBGDPDXC54PQMN6S5A”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630614529561},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Loren, a mother of three, is an anesthesiologist at Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville, and Ashley is a faculty member at Ohio State University.”},{“_id”:”YES4P5IUOJAWLPR75IT3E5CWTE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630635564283},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Lynn Faulkner, who once said he’d never love again after losing his wife, married Aletha eight years ago. He called her “a wonderful, beautiful lady.””},{“_id”:”AKN2YMV73NHBFIDKUTOFENL7XM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630614529564},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In the years immediately after his wife’s death, Faulkner said his life was frozen by the terroristic acts on Sept. 11, 2001. He had frequent nightmares and insomnia. There were times, he said, when he fell asleep at a red light while driving his daughter to soccer practice.”},{“_id”:”PIPHNY36QJFHBFXXVT5UFVF5FQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630614529565},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I really can’t remember a few years,” he said. “It’s like they didn’t exist.””},{“_id”:”4OHIRSVEO5CERDC3C5Y5T3HSG4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630614529566},”type”:”text”,”content”:”But he does remember a conversation he had with a man two years ago during a social event. After being introduced to Faulkner, the man said, “I know you. Your claim to fame is your wife was killed on 9/11.””},{“_id”:”ZJ2BKGLYPBHH5LXNOSWXH6ZI6Q”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630614529567},”type”:”text”,”content”:”He wanted to punch the man in the face, he said.”},{“_id”:”GYBHDUQRQZCB5JRINJFD2BWM2U”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630614529568},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I was hurt and it angered me at first,” he said. “9/11 is what happened to my family. It wasn’t something I sought or wanted. 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It’s that way today.”},{“_id”:”2ULA3RB3ZBAALPWSQCI47OYQHE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:172,”comment”:”and every month “}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1628882559475},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Less than one week after 9/11, when it became apparent Wendy Faulkner didn’t survive, the family discussed ways to honor her memory. She was a daughter of missionaries who sent a care package to an orphanage in the Philippines every month.”},{“_id”:”THF4YW3T55CTBOLT536AB6WQ6A”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630635564294},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“What a heart she had,” Faulkner said.”},{“_id”:”QOYOGI2S2RECHBNNCBJXCBQCNM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630675301392},”type”:”text”,”content”:”They founded the Wendy Faulkner Memorial Children’s Foundation, a nonprofit organization that for 19 years took donations and completed good work around the world.”},{“_id”:”5TJIVPCAFRBZZIXIITVLTKH3OY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630635564295},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“She spent her life trying to help people,” he said of his late wife.”},{“_id”:”WLHGE2ATHFF7BEY4XAAF732GU4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630635564296},”type”:”text”,”content”:”But over the years, as 9/11 has fallen deeper in peoples’ memories, the financial support of the foundation has decreased, he said. The family made a commitment that every dollar raised would benefit the needy children. He refused to hire a professional fundraiser.”},{“_id”:”PHHHC35RAVEJ3KQ25EF6ROA75Q”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630635564297},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Sometime in the near future, the foundation will close, he said.”},{“_id”:”UFV3PQQUENDOLNJUL233TUN72A”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630635564298},”type”:”text”,”content”:”He has dealt with the heartache associated with 9/11 for 20 years. He was asked what advice he’d give others dealing with grief: “I know this sounds obvious, but you have to live one day at a time. Put one foot in front of the other and keep moving. Things will get a little better, a little easier.””},{“_id”:”M6YIFRXDKFH55MA5LSUAIPL5VY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630671558399},”type”:”text”,”content”:”He paused for a few seconds, then added: “Lean on your faith. 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