Dan’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to the coordination of all EPA mandated programs operated through the Lawrence-Scioto County SWMD.
In addition the District has implemented various programs to support recycling and litter prevention including “Sponsor-A-Site”, “Caught Green Handed”, and “School Recycling” *check out links for more details on these programs. Dan is responsible for oversight of the two county district; he is available for presentations.
Community Outreach Coordinator/ Education Specialist
Stephanie’s responsibilities include educational presentations to various groups ranging from preschool, elementary, middle, high schools, colleges/universities, scout groups, 4-H, civic groups, environmental/nature clubs, and businesses. She is also responsible for coordination of the annual River Sweep.
Stephanie attends one educational conference per year, which helps her to provide current information on recycling and litter prevention to the public. In addition, Stephanie performs office/secretarial duties for the two county district.
Jesse’s responsibilities include following up on complaints called into the office regarding illegal dumpsites and unsightly properties in the two county District.
Jesse is commissioned by the Sheriff in both Lawrence and Scioto County.
The typical approach to a complaint is a site investigation, a citation can be issued and the case goes through the Prosecutor’s office. Most cases result in fines and placement with a Community Service program.
Litter Control Crew Supervisor – Lawrence County
Larry and his revolving crew are responsible for litter collection in Lawrence County. The litter crew consists of himself and community service workers through the Lawrence County Jail and Courts.
Lawrence County consists of approximately 449 square miles, 800 roadway miles. Litter pickups are held on Township Roads, County Roads, and State Routes. The crew also performs Public Community Cleanups (parks), and 3 dumps per year.
Litter Control Crew Supervisor – Scioto County
Craig and his crew collect litter, tires and other debris from county and township roads throughout Scioto County. His crew consists of residents from STAR Community Justice Center of Franklin Furnace, OH.
Scioto County consists of 611 square miles with 419.73 miles of county roads and 497.52 of township roads. The crew provides other cleanup services throughout the year.
Lawrence County Commissioners
pictured left to right
Colton Copley, DeAnna Holliday, Freddie Hayes
Scioto County Commissioners
pictured left to right
Mike Crabtree, Bryan Davis, and Cathy Coleman