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In the Fall 2016 Public Employee Quarterly
, members can read about what true investment in infrastructure would mean to OCSEA members who keep our roads safe, regulate our utilities, maintain our water and sewer treatment plants and so much more.
“Where the infrastructure is, is where the jobs are,” said Errol Scholtz, an OCSEA
member who works as an Ohio Department of Transportation Engineer 2 in northern Ohio. Scholtz says the biggest obstacle he faces is crumbling infrastructure.
“Drastic action is required, not another Band-aid. Somebody needs to step up and do something, think outside the box," said Scholtz. Read his story and more in the Fall 2016 Public Employee Quarterly.