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Where is the support for local public health?

March 15, 2013
The Advertiser-Tribune

A recent letter to the editor titled "Where is the Value of Public Health?" reviewed the funding sources for the Ohio Department of Health and inferred the state of Ohio should mandate only one health district per county. In 1971, the local Seneca County District Advisory Council, which includes the cities of Fostoria and Tiffin, made a decision to combine local health districts to better serve Seneca County, including all of the boundaries of the city of Fostoria. This was a local decision, not mandated by the state of Ohio.

 
 

 

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