The legislation would require the forfeiture of public pension benefits for public officials convicted of extortion and perjury.
Thursday, May 9, 2013
Monday, March 25, 2013
Rep. Marlene Anielski blogs about the money that can be used to improve infrastructure and contribute to a "healthy economy."
Saturday, January 5, 2013
Learn more about the new suicide prevention legislation.
Friday, October 19, 2012
The state representative posted a blog this week for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Rep. Marlene Anielski and Anthony Fossaceca will debate the issues at Solon High School tonight.
Rep. Marlene Anielski and Anthony Fossaceca, candidates for the Sixth Ohio House District seat, will debate the issues tonight at Solon High School. The debate is being hosted by the SHS Junior State of America Club. It's scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. in the high school Lecture Hall at 33600 Inwood Road, is free and open to the public. Henry Gomez, Cleveland Plain Dealer political reporter, will serve as moderator. Solon High School’s Junior State of America (JSA) is hosting this debate as part of its mission to promote political awareness and education in a non-partisan fashion to members of the school and the community. In the past, Solon High School’s JSA has conducted voter registration drives, invited guest speakers, and hosted a …
Thursday, September 6, 2012
Rep. Marlene Anielski hopes to win her first re-election to the Ohio House of Representatives.
Name: Ms. Marlene Anielski Job titles held: Mayor/Safety Director of Walton Hills Employers: NA Party affiliation: Republican Running for a: State office Running for position: Ohio House District 6 Chamber/district: Ohio House District 6 Incumbent: Yes Previous elective offices: Mayor of Walton Hills Unsuccessful bids for elective offices: NA Address 120 MK Ferguson Plaza, 1500 W. 3rd St., Cleveland, OH 44113 Website: http://marlene-anielski.com/contactus.html Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/marlene.anielski
Saturday, May 12, 2012
The Ohio Department of Transportation brought a distracted driving simulator to the high school on Friday.
At Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School on Friday, students were encouraged to drive impaired and to tap out texts while at the wheel—virtually, of course. The Ohio Department of Transportation’s distracted driver simulator shows students just how difficult it is to react if a driver isn’t giving the road his or her full attention. Students tried out the simulator, which was set up like a video game with a steering wheel and gas and brake pedals. If a student was “distracted,” a cell phone popped up in the corner and they had to type to respond to questions, while continuing to drive and keep an eye out for dogs, deer and people running into the road. The “impaired” drivers had a delay on their response time, and the depth perception …
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
The new group focuses on supporting local businesses.
The Peppermill Pub and Grill was packed Monday afternoon for the BluesNEO luncheon. The group—the acronym stands for Business Ladies United Economically and Socially in North East Ohio—exists to support local businesses and help people in the region network. The event at the Peppermill was just the group’s second, and it seemed to be a success. About 50 people had been served at the buffet lunch. Rep. Marlene Anielski, who organized the group, said she was pleased to see a mix of people in different professions, from realtors to a judge to a school superintendent. “It’s a great networking opportunity, a chance to make new friends,” said Louise Ritley of Corporate Apartment Partners of America. Barb Toman, a massage therapist at BodyWise, …
Thursday, April 19, 2012
State Rep. Marlene Anielski’s new group is designed to help support local businesses and connect residents.
Looking for a way to spend your lunch break on Monday? State Rep. Marlene Anielski is hoping you’re willing to go blue—BluesNEO, that is. The group’s name stands for Business Ladies United Economically and Socially in North East Ohio, but men are welcome at the events, too. This Monday, BluesNEO will meet at the Peppermill Pub and Grill for lunch, starting at 12 p.m. The lunch will be buffet style, which will be available for a set price of $20. The new group—Monday will only be their second event—is focused on supporting local businesses and helping to connect people in the region. The event is similar to a cash mob, where people gather at a local business with the sole purpose of spending money. Cash mobs have recently taken place in …
Thursday, March 8, 2012
The state representative discusses a bill related to the opening of casinos in Ohio.
The following column by State Representative Marlene Anielski was submitted by her office to Patch: Establishing Laws Necessary for Ohio’s Casino Operation As casinos are in the process of being built in Cleveland, Toledo, Columbus and Cincinnati, the Ohio House of Representatives recently passed a bill that further implements and clarifies issues associated with gambling. Among the provisions in House Bill 386 are establishing new laws to casinos, video lottery terminals, horse racing and the state lottery. The bill primarily established language and guidelines that are necessary before the casinos can officially open later this year. The existence of casinos in Ohio can go a long way toward improving our economy both by giving Ohioans …