(Extensions of Remarks - September 13, 2012)

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[Extensions of Remarks]
[Page E1519]
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                        HON. DENNIS J. KUCINICH

                                of ohio

                    in the house of representatives

                      Thursday, September 13, 2012

  Mr. KUCINICH. Mr. Speaker, I rise today in honor of State 
Representative Marlene Anielski of Ohio's 17th House District.
  Representative Anielski holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the 
University of Akron and a Master of Business Administration from 
Cleveland State University where she also received her certification as 
an Ohio Certified Public Manager.
  Representative Anielski's political career began with her role as 
Walton Hills' Councilwoman, a position she held for two years before 
being elected Mayor of Walton Hills. She served as Mayor/Safety 
Director of the City for ten years between 2000 and 2010. In 2011, she 
was elected to her first term as Ohio State Representative in the Ohio 
General Assembly. She is a member of the Economic and Small Business 
Development; Education; Finance and Appropriations; Public Utilities; 
and Joint Bingo and Skill Based Gaming Committees. Representative 
Anielski has also opposed legislation that would allow for drilling for 
oil and natural gas in state parks and other state owned lands.
  In addition to her responsibilities as a member of the State House, 
Representative Anielski is active in her community. She donates much of 
her time to various national, state, and local organizations including 
the Small Communities Council of the National League of Cities, the 
Mayors' and Municipalities Automotive Coalition, the Chambers of 
Commerce, and Junior Achievement.
  Mr. Speaker and colleagues, please join me in honoring the 
achievements of State Representative Marlene Anielski.