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Josh Laubach

Tournament Director

Downtown Middletown Inc

HQ Phone:  (513) 594-7242

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Downtown Middletown Inc

1131 Central Avenue

Middletown, Ohio,45044

United States

Company Description

Middletown, Oh Business and Community news updated daily. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Production Manager

AK Steel Corporation


Affiliations

Greg Lynch Middletown City Schools

Councilman


Web References(20 Total References)


www.journal-news.com

Former Middletown City Council member Josh Laubach became interested in local politics in his early 20s.
He was elected to City Council in his late 20s and lost a bid for re-election this past November. He sees the beginnings of a youth movement happening in local politics in Butler County. "What you're seeing in the county Republican Party are prime examples of people in their 20s and 30s being very active and looking at how decisions are made and who they look at that process," Laubach said.


www.middletownjournal.com

"I think if people my age are going to have a meaningful impact on ... the country, they have to be less self-centered and less self-focused," said Middletown City Councilman Josh Laubach, a 31-year-old who is also production manager at AK Steel.
There's a lot of good to talk about Middletown, said Laubach. "I refuse to accept anybody's negative premise about Middletown," he said. "If I get that, I simply turn it on its head. Sometimes that's not the easiest thing to do. But I'm always an advocate." Laubach gets where the negative discussions come from, but helping to reshape downtown Middletown and maintain its resurgence in the coming years will be his generation's charge. "I'm thinking and talking positive about Middletown, about the potential and the opportunities the city has, the history and the character the city has," Laubach said.


www.middletowncityschools.com

Middletown High School, Josh Laubach, Middletown City Council;


www.middletownjournal.com

Middletown City Councilman Josh Laubach, left, a 2000 Middletown High School grad, filled in Friday, March 12, for MHS Principal Dennis Newell, who sent him off with some gifts.
Staff photo by Greg Lynch Middletown City Councilman Josh Laubach, left, a 2000 Middletown High School grad, filled in Friday, March 12, for MHS Principal Dennis Newell, who sent him off with some gifts. City Councilman Josh Laubach had the unique perspective of serving as visiting principal at his own alma mater, Middletown High School. Laubach, a 2000 graduate, had the opportunity to see how MHS has been prepping its students for the Ohio Graduation Test next week, as well as members of the student government raising awareness and money for earthquake victims in Haiti, Chile and Taiwan. "The school is the pulse and reflection of our community," Laubach said.


www.middletownusa.com [cached]

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