Written by: Jeremy Baumhower
The Perrysburg Heights Community Association (PHCA) recently “replaced” Director of Operations, Jason Craig, after his embattled tenure.
As Mr. Craig exited his employment, tens of thousands of dollars in PHCA property suddenly came up missing. Missing from the community center include a 65-inch Vizio TV, which was removed from the wall, a deli quality meat cutter, 32 battle bubble balls ($299 each) that were just ordered, received and paid with monies from a Spanish Club grant, and a $6,000 zero-turn lawn mower.
The missing mower hurt the PHCA the hardest as it left the community center helpless to maintain the large property.
Upon reading yesterday’s story on iHeartGlassCity; Michael Vanhoose of Toledo Lawncare and Landscape, messaged me immediately on Facebook. Mr. Vanhoose wanted to help the PHCA during their time of need. Read more ›