COLUMBUS—The below statement may be attributed to Ohio Senate President Larry Obhof (R-Medina) in response to today's news from the Ohio Tax Credit Authority that SkyBox Packaging LLC of Mansfield was approved for a 1.192 percent, six-year Job Creation Tax Credit as part of the company's expansion project to create 28 full-time positions and generate $1.3 million in new annual payroll in the city of Mansfield. SkyBox Packaging manufactures corrugated packaging and distributes packaging supplies.

"Tax structure and policies are key to allowing Ohio’s businesses to expand and hire people here at home. I’m glad that Skybox Packaging was selected for the Ohio Tax Credit Authority incentive program, helping bring more than two dozen new jobs to the Mansfield area."
 
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GUEST COLUMN: A Look Back At 2017

 

As we begin the new year, we have passed the halfway point for the 132nd General Assembly, the two-year cycle for introducing and enacting new legislation.  As I look back at the past twelve months, I am proud that my colleagues and I have worked to keep our commitments to the people of our great state. 



 
 

COLUMN: A Look Back At 2017

 

As we begin the new year, we have passed the halfway point for the 132nd General Assembly, the two-year cycle for introducing and enacting new legislation.  As I look back at the past twelve months, I am proud that my colleagues and I have worked to keep our commitments to the people of our great state. 
 



 
 

REMINDER: Legislators Invite Local Residents To Attend District Office Hours

 

COLUMBUS—Ohio Senate President Larry Obhof (R-Medina) and Representatives Steve Hambley (R-Brunswick) and Darrell Kick (R-Loudonville) are inviting area residents to attend open district office hours on Friday, January 5, 2018 at the Lodi branch of the Medina County District Library.



 
 

Bill Providing Additional Support To Schools And Job Creators Signed Into Law

 

"This legislation will help us more quickly fund technology and security upgrades at our local schools," said Obhof.