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Ping Recreation Center turned 28 years old last month and has been periodically updated since then to keep up with new workouts and student enrollment. But now, some current Ohio University students have expressed concerns about the lines for workout machines and a lack of weights.
“You’ll have a lot of Sunday liquor sales ordinances and smaller things a lot of times in those special elections that are, you know, important to the individuals who they affect but aren’t as big statewide issue like abortion rights,” Sky Pettey, chair of the Athens County Board of Elections said.
Patterson has recently been canvassing and going door to door for his own re-election, but he’s also been reminding voters about Issues 1 and 2.
The City of Athens has decriminalized marijuana laws since 2017. Now, Ohio might follow its lead as Issue 2 – which will legalize the sale of marijuana for adults who are at least 21 years old and also legalize homegrown plants – will be on the Nov. 7 ballot.
The League of Women Voters of Athens County hosted Democratic Socialist Athens Mayoral Candidate Damon Krane and Incumbent Mayor Steve Patterson at the Athens Mayor Forum Tuesday at the Athens Community Center.
One of the most important elections college-age Ohioans will participate in is coming up in November and a new law could prevent some Ohio University students from voting.