“History of Medina County: Our Heritage - Our Home” (2002) Creator and Executive Producer of Medina County History Project: Video and supplemental educational materials depicting the history of Medina County. Complements the Ohio History and American History curricula being used in the 4th and 7th–10thgrade levels throughout MedinaCounty school systems and provided to all schools districts at no cost. Final Products provided fall 2002: VHS and DVD video (1hr 18 min), CD-ROM with curriculum materials.
“Medina County History Timeline”– published for LeadershipMedina Countyannual curriculum. A timeline of key local, county, state and national events from 1802 to 2008. Currently availableat www.co.medina.oh.us. Board of Commissioners web page. (Copyrighted 2005, 2006 and 2009 editions)
City of Dayton: Municipal Solid Waste Management Options, Dayton Investigation Team (University of Dayton, Wright State University, University of Akron), February 1995.
Health Insurance Survey of Cleveland Area Non-Profit Organizations, Orion Consulting and Council of Smaller Enterprises (COSE), January 1995. Co-author: Dr. James L. Shanahan.
Analysis of Water Quality Issues for the Black River: Survey Results and Analysis, Lorain County General Health District and the Joint Center for Policy Research, November 1993. Co-authors: Shara L. Davis and Christie Vargo.
Lorain City Citizens League Survey, the Nord Family Foundation and the Joint Center for Policy Research, September 1994. Co-author: Shara Davis.
School Choice for Ohio: Survey Results and Analysis, Hope for Ohio's Children, July 1994. Co-author: Dr. James L. Shanahan.
Akron Area Leadership Views of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse:Focus Group Research and Analysis, Pollock and Associates and The Community Drug Board, August1994.
LCCC Assessment of Fire Science and Police Science Programs, Lorain County Community College and the Joint Center for Policy Research, June 1993. Co-author: Vincent Antenucci.
Lorain City Youth Forum and Survey, El Centro de Servicios Sociales, May 1993.
“County-wide Regional Planning: Two Real-World Approaches” April 20, 1996. Proceedings of the Second Annual Symposium, Intercollegiate Social Sciences Association, Lorain County Community College.
The Growing Financial Crisis in Ohio Public Education: Issues of Control, Quality or Income? September 1994, prepared for Summit on Regional Competitiveness, Ohio Task Force on Regional Competitiveness and Cooperation.
Regionalism: Survey of Northeast Ohio Government, Business and Non-Profit Organizations, September, 1994, prepared for Summit on Regional Competitiveness, Ohio Task Force on Regional Competitiveness and Cooperation. Co-author, Dr. James L. Shanahan.
Rising Solid Waste Disposal Costs and High Waste Generating Industrial Firms: Regional Implications and Resources, September,1994, prepared for Summit on Regional Competitiveness, Ohio Task Force on Regional Competitiveness and Cooperation.
Household Hazardous Waste Products: Unrecognized Problems, 1993 Northeast Ohio Household Survey on Municipal Solid Waste, prepared for the Northeast Ohio Solid Waste and Environmental Consortium, January 1994. Co-authors, Dr. James L. Shanahan and Dr. Jack Dustin.
Journals and Publications:
Ohio Vision for Waste Prevention and Resource Recovery, Editor. Northeast Ohio Urban University Municipal Solid Waste Consortium,Center for Urban Studies, The University of Akron.
Ohio Vision for Waste Prevention and Resource Recovery. contributing author. Northeast Ohio Urban University Municipal Solid Waste Consortium, Center for Urban Studies, The University of Akron. Articles: "Planning a Household Hazardous Waste Program: The Social Marketing Approach," vol. 2, no. 1 (Winter/Spring 1992); "Rx for Scrap Plastics Market Development in Ohio: No Time to Waste," vol. 1, no. 3. (Winter/Spring 1993).
Ohio Foresight, Ohio Issues Scanning Program, Center for Urban Studies and the Institute for Future Studies and Research, University of Akron. Contributing author. Articles: "Can George Do It? The New Administration's Role in Local Problem Solving" ; "Ways to Deal with Information Gridlock" ; "Technology, Human Freedom and Global Society"; "Plant Closings and Morality" ; "The American Family and Public Policy"; "Recent Developments in Civil Rights Issues"; "Innovations in Public Policies on Aging"; "International Economic Relations."
"The Green Line Connection to the Green Lands of Ohio: The Cleveland and Southwestern Electric Railway Company, 1900-1930." The Old Northwest Quarterly. Spring, 1988: 3-28.
Paid for by Hambley for House Committee,2820 Grafton Road, Brunswick, Ohio 44212. Hallie Wolff, Treasurer