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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Grendell wraps up career in Ohio General Assembly

It's official: Tim Grendell has left the Ohio Senate to become the new judge for Geauga County Probate/Juvenile Court.

The Chester Township Republican certainly has made headlines during his career in the Ohio General Assembly that included time as a state senator and state representative.

He is never one who has shied away from headlines, that's for sure. But he's also had a track record of taking up issues that people talk about, so love or hate his politics, Grendell was always active on some cause.

It could be oil and gas well drilling, property rights for Lake Erie shore property owners, or E-check.

Here's a story written by Associated Press Writer Jule Carr Smyth that recaps his career (for now) in the Ohio General Assembly:

Click here to read it.

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