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Update May 3, 2018
Lopez Speaks and changes happen
March 1: Susan Lopez speaks again before the commissioners to include concerns about allocations made at the airport. She also questions the relocation / rebuilding involving the Solid Waste Dept. and Park District. * Change is made that aligns with suggestions by Lopez to avoid expense; by building for the Park District & leaving the Solid Waste Dept. in their current location. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGUNHHCDWRs&feature=youtu.be)
Lopez named Top 25 WIBN in Miami Valley
Every year since 2009, Women in Business Networking has announced its Top 25 Women to Watch: Influential Women of the Miami Valley awards. Susan Lopez was named one of the 25 for 2018. "Lopez has shown exemplary initiative and leadership skills. She has made a measurable impact as a passionate advocate for those who are vulnerable or less able to help themselves. She believes fervently that building a strong community and strong people go hand in hand."
Thank you 7th grade student Jon Pryor for the following voting video
November 12, 2018
Lopez Breaks Voting County Record
Susan Lopez broke voting history records by receiving more votes as a democratic candidate running for Greene County Commissioner than any other dem. candidate in the last 35 years. What does this mean in the future? Time will tell. Susan would like to thank voters as well as wish her opponent well in his new endeavor in serving Greene County.
July 19, 2018
Former Greene County Children Services Director Endorses Lopez
I am pleased to offer my endorsement of Susan Lopez for Greene County Commissioner. I have known Susan for well over 10 years and believe she is a person of integrity who is committed to the improvement of the Greene County infrastructure and quality of life for the county's residents. She was regarded by my staff as a resource and a partner. She is a person who listens carefully, thinks strategically, asks good questions and makes data driven decisions. She will serve the people of Greene County tirelessly and without hesitation.
~ Rhonda Reagh, PhD