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Portsmouth Contractor Receives 'Good' Evaluation,
Earns 74 Percent of 2017 Fee
Fluor-BWXT chemical operator Eric Ramey operates an overhead crane at the former Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - EM gave its decontamination and decommissioning (D&D) contractor at the former Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant in Ohio a "good" evaluation and awarded $24.3 million, or 74 percent, of the fee available for its performance from March 2016 through September 2017.

The evaluation determines the portion of contractor fee to be paid based on performance. EM's cost-plus-award-fee contracts are designed to provide incentive for excellence. In determining the awards, EM considers overall performance along with completion of specific EM mission objectives and agreed-upon incentives. The results are summarized on a scorecard, and metrics are set in accordance with a performance evaluation and measurement plan.
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Portsmouth Contractor Earns Eighth Consecutive 
'STAR' Safety Recognition
 
From right, EM Portsmouth/Paducah Project Office Manager Robert Edwards and Deputy Manager Joel Bradburne present Portsmouth Mission Alliance United Steelworkers (USW) Safety Representative Jeanne Webster, USW Building Mechanic Cliff White, Project Manager Damon Detillion, Environment,  Safety,  Health and Quality Manager Matt Miller,  and Senior Safety Engineer Marsha Bevins with the latest Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) certificate at the Portsmouth Site flagpole where the VPP STAR flag flies for the eighth consecutive year.
PIKE COUNTY, Ohio -  EM contractor Portsmouth Mission Alliance (PMA) recently received  DOE  Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) "STAR" recognition for the eighth consecutive year on behalf of the infrastructure support workforce at the  former Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant.

VPP promotes contractor safety and health excellence through efforts among labor, management, and government at DOE sites. Programs that meet the requirements for outstanding safety and health programs receive STAR recognition, the highest achievement level. 
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From left, DOE Director of Worker Safety and Health Assistance Brad Davy presents Portsmouth Mission Alliance (PMA) Environment, Safety, Health, and Quality Manager Matt Miller, PMA United Steelworkers Safety Representative Jeanne Webster, Senior Safety Engineer Marsha Bevins, and John Bukowski, president of North Wind Solutions, with the second consecutive Portsmouth Voluntary Protection Program Legacy of Stars award.















Pike County Drug Abuse Prevention
& Reentry Coalition Meeting 

Monday, October 22, 2018
4:00 pm  

Pike County Senior Citizens Center
402 Clough Street
Waverly, Ohio 45690


Adena
Silent Auction
Friday, November 2
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The Horseman Isn't Done Yet
Extended to November 3
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UPCOMING EVENTS Upcoming
TRUNK or TREAT
Monday, October 29
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Stand Up 
For the Stars
November 2

Daddy Daughter Ball
November 3

Mark Your Calendars
The Festival of Trees
Adena Pike Medical Center
Adena Health Foundation - Pike Fund
November 8
Bristol Village - Glenn Center

Adena
Christmas Open House
Wednesday, November 15
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Wine Tasting & Art Show
Saturday, November 17
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Check in Art
 
Pike County Chamber of Commerce
12455 State Route 104 - Waverly
November 5 - November 15
9am - 5pm



JINGLE BELL WEEKEND
November 16 - 18
Waverly, Ohio

Events Include

Quilt Show - Beef and Noodle Dinner

Holiday 5K Run - Holdiay Craft Show

Queen tours - Various Shops Open

Pike Heritage Museum displays and Music

Wine Tasting and Art Show - Kiddie Pedal Tractor Pull

Queen's Luncheon - Luminary Parade

Meet Santa and Friends - Lantern Tours

plus lots more...

Natural Resources & AgricultureAg
Way Farms
Farmers' Markets
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S ports - Health - Well Being
 
Sports
Open Enrollment for Medicare
Ends  December 7th -  AAA7 Available for Assistance and Help

Are you a Medicare beneficiary? Are you aware that open enrollment for  some Medicare benefits ends December 7th? Open enrollment is the
time of the year when changes can be made in the plans and providers
you've chosen for your Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage
and/or Medicare Advantage option. If you wish to make changes,
you can only do so between October 15th and December 7th. Open enrollment is also a good time to run drug comparisons to make sure the Medicare Part D plan you are on is still your best option as Medicare Part D plans do change from year to year.


HURT to HOPE
Volunteers Needed
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NOVEMBER WELLNESS CLASSES
 
Chronic Disease Self-Management
NO CLASSES SCHEDULED

Diabetes Empowerment Education
NO CLASSES SCHEDULED
 
Diabetes Self-Management
Lawrence County - Starting November 5th
Scioto County - Starting November 7th
 
Chronic Pain Self-Management
NO CLASSES SCHEDULED
 
Matter of Balance Falls Management
Gallia County - Starting November 1st
Jackson County - Starting November 1st
 
Tools for Caregivers
NO CLASSES SCHEDULED
 
 
Jenni Dovyak-Lewis
Director of Community Outreach and Training
Area Agency on Aging District 7, Inc.
F32-URG PO Box 500
Rio Grande, Ohio  45674
Office - 1.800.582.7277 Extension 224
Fax - 740.245.5844
E-Mail - jlewis@aaa7.org
Website -  www.aaa7.org
Helping You Age Better!


LOOKING FOR HELPING HANDS
Feeding the Community
Accepting Donations at the YMCA
FY 2018 Assistance to Firefighter Grants (AFG)

The 2018 AFG application period has opened and will close on Friday, October 26 at 5:00 PM EST. Begin preparing for the FY 2018 open application period by reviewing the available application assistance tools below.
  • 2018 AFG Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO)
  • 2018 AFG Cost Share Calculator
  • 2018 AFG Narrative Get Ready Guide - Application
  • 2018 AFG Narrative Get Ready Guide - Narrative
  • 2018 AFG Self Evaluation Vehicle Acquisition
  • 2018 AFG Self Evaluation Operations Safety
  • 2018 AFG Application Checklist
Live AFG Webinars:
AFGP staff will host two live webinar series to educate organizations on what is new for FY 2018. The Application Workshop webinars will teach attendees about the Assistance to Firefighters Grant program, its mission, which organizations and activities are eligible, and how to apply.
A Fire Program Analyst will provide updates that apply to the FY 2018 application and some help tips in preparing your application. We will also have our Application Walk-thru webinars which gives attendees a section by section view of the application with AFG staff to explain and answer questions.
FY 2018 Application Workshop Presentation
     *Friday, September 21st - October 5th at  9:00 a.m. EDT and 4:00 p.m. EDT
FY 2018 Application Walk-thru
     *Friday, September 21st - October 5th at 10:00 a.m. EDT and 1:00 p.m. EDT
 
Follow @FEMAGrants on Twitter:
Did you know that the FEMA Grant Programs Directorate (GPD) has an official active Twitter feed @FEMAGrants?  You can get the latest news and announcements concerning AFG and other Preparedness grants in real time.  Information concerning all FEMA grants including application dates, award announcements, and breaking news is updated and monitored.  Stay up-to-date on what's happening.


 
The Ohio Development Services Agency (ODSA) recently announced updated guidelines for the Abandoned Gas Station Cleanup, including a program restructure that creates two grant categories: Assessment/Corrective Action and Cleanup and Remediation. The maximum Assessment/Corrective Action grant award is $250,000 and may include property assessment activities and cleanup or remediation activities. The maximum Cleanup and Remediation grant award is $500,000 and is restricted to cleanup or remediation activities.

Eligible applicants may apply for both Assessment/Corrective Action and Cleanup and Remediation grants for an eligible property.

To access the full updated guidelines, application and scoring matrix, please  click here .
 
For more information or questions about the program, please contact April Stevens at 614.466.4007 or via email at  April.Stevens@development.ohio.gov .




JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPMC) has announced the launch of AdvancingCities, a $500 million, five-year initiative to advance lasting solutions that will lead to more people connected to jobs with a career pathway and living with financial security, more small business owners growing and hiring, and economically vibrant neighborhoods.  The firm will invest in cities where conditions exist to help those who have not benefited from economic growth. This includes demonstrated, strong collaboration across the public and private sectors on solutions that create opportunity for people at risk of being left out of economic growth. Proposals must incorporate at least two areas of focus within JPMorgan Chase's  Model for Impact Solutions will help break down silos between local programs, strengthen underlying systems and advance holistic solutions to create more widely-shared prosperity.

Cities interested in applying for the AdvancingCities Challenge should visit  www.jpmorganchase.com/advancingcities. The RFP went live and closes on November 30, 2018. Winners will be announced in the spring of 2019.

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