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Glen Greenwood

Compliance Specialist

Ayer Quality Engineering LLC

HQ Phone:  (513) 335-0059

Direct Phone: (740) ***-****direct phone

Email: g***@***.com

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Ayer Quality Engineering LLC

3908 Pocahontas Ave

Cincinnati, Ohio, 45227

United States

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Employment History

Air-Pollution Control Worker

Ohio Environmental Protection Agency


Environmental Specialist III

Ohio EPA


Affiliations

Ohio Civil Service Employees Association

Member


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http://www.adventistreview.org/article.php?id=217

s a $33.91-an-hour air-pollution control worker for the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, Glen Greenwood has paid dues or fees since the 1970s to the union that represents state workers.
Greenwood also is an elder at the First Presbyterian Church in Lancaster, a small town on the edge of the state's Appalachian region. He believes the Bible teaches that abortion is the taking of human life and homosexual conduct is immoral. So when Greenwood learned of the union's stand for abortion rights and its support for gay rights, he sought permission to stop paying the fees. Although he is not a union member, he still pays for the representation he gets under the state contract. Greenwood offered to donate the money, around $34 every pay period, to charity. The state, which deducts the union fee from his check, rejected his offer.


The Times-Reporter

According to Glen Greenwood, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency environmental specialist, EPA rules hold the county responsible for the upkeep of the road. "We're in a position of trying to negotiate between Oxford and the county and us," Greenwood said.


Public Pensions Online Archives

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Gay News From 365Gay.com

The case involves Glen Greenwood, a air-pollution worker for the Ohio EPA.An elder in the Presbyterian Church he objects to his union dues being used by his civil service union in campaigns supporting gay rights and abortion.Greenwood is not a member of the Ohio Civil Service Employees Association but it bargains for him.His dues are paid through a payroll withholding. Greenwood asked the state to stop withholding approximately $34 each pay period that the union uses for social issues.His union was involved in fighting last year's constitutional amendment in Ohio to bar same-sex marriage.


Bush Administration Backs Withholding of Union Dues on Religious Grounds - Christianity Today Magazine

As a $33.91-an-hour air-pollution control worker for the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, Glen Greenwood has paid dues or fees since the 1970s to the union that represents state workers.Greenwood also is an elder at the First Presbyterian Church in Lancaster, a small town on the edge of the state's Appalachian region.He believes the Bible teaches that abortion is the taking of human life and homosexual conduct is immoral.So when Greenwood learned of the union's stand for abortion rights and its support for gay rights, he sought permission to stop paying the fees.Although he is not a union member, he still pays for the representation he gets under the state contract.Greenwood offered to donate the money, around $34 every pay period, to charity.The state, which deducts the union fee from his check, rejected his offer.Greenwood has a lawyer from the foundation.


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