Ever since Gov. Kasich awarded himself the game ball for the future health of Ohio’s economy, it has begun to lose air. Apparently many local elected officials and county officers never got the memo.
In Akron, for example, the city’s coffers have lost $5.5 million that have vaporized in local government funds since 2011 when Kasich took office as an assertive leader too big to fail. Diane Miller-Dawson, the city’s finance director, worries that it’s likely to get worse as the Republican legislative goon squads look for new ways to starve the cities to satisfy their provincial districts.
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