Greene County

Full episode of WYSO Weekend for December 23, 2012 including the following stories:

- Emily McCord reports on "Dropoly," a joint initiative from the University of Dayton and Energize Clinton County to help residents save money.

- Jerry Kenney speaks with Kent Youngman, CEO of the Greene County Mental Health and Recovery Board, about substances abuse and mental health issues and awareness in the area.

- Two speeches from the 2012 Dayton Literary Peace Prize: Adam Hochshild, the nonfiction winner, and fiction winner, Anderw Krivak. 


Race results for Greene County.


Bath Township Trustee

Steve Ross 47% (3,361)

James Heider 30% (2,172)

Jeffrey Flora 23% (1,646)


Beavercreek City Council (Elect 4)

Vickie Giambrone 23% (9,353)

Jerry Petrak 21% (8,630)

Melissa Litteral 19% (7,813)

Zach Upton 19% (7,749)

Debora Sasser 17% (6,940)


Beavercreek Twp. Fiscal Officer

Christy Ahrens 69% (9,867)

Chris Grebner 31% (4,363)




Levy results in Greene County. 


Beavercreek Schools Levy (6.7 Mill Additional)

NO 56% (11,112)

YES 44% (8,788)


Bellbrook Police Levy Issue 17 (2.9 Mill Replacement)

NO 54% (1,469)

YES 46% (1,252)


Bellbrook Police Levy- Issue 18 (2.9 Mill Replacement)

YES 56% (1,539)

NO 44% (1,252)


Bowersville Village Expenses (2.6 Mill Renewal)

YES 67% (55)

NO 33% (27)


BRAC: What's Next

Jun 3, 2011

We wrap up our series “The New Face of Wright-Patt” looking at the big gains of the recent BRAC decision with a cautious eye toward the future. Gone are many of our manufacturing jobs but the Miami Valley is staying true to its roots of aviation and innovation. Emily McCord looks at how Wright-Patt is writing a new chapter in our history.

Mixed Results In Greene County On Levies And Issues

May 6, 2011

In this week's PoliticsOhio, Emily McCord speaks to Mark Gokavi, a reporter for the Dayton Daily News who covers Greene County. They discuss the results of the Fairborn charter amendments, the rejection of several school levies, and why voters are finding confusion when going to the polls to vote on school issues.