Attention Loveland Voters – know your candidates!
by Ron and Fran Patterson,
We urge you to learn the true facts before you choose your Loveland Council Members in the November 7, 2017 election.
As an example, when you go to www.nealouryforloveland.com and review the candidate’s Experience, Mr. Oury’s site is vague about his experience with the Courts and Fortune 500 Companies.
To read all of the facts about Mr. Oury’s experience with the courts, visit the sites below.
Common Pleas Civil Name Search Results Search results for a party name like: OURY NEAL R
NameCase # Party DescriptionFiling CodeCase DateParty Info CJ IndicatorDisposition CodeDisp DateImage # OURY NEAL RA 1505786 Defendant-5FORECLOSURE - TAXES10/26/2015 DISMISSAL11/4/2016 OURY NEAL RA 0906636 Defendant-1FORECLOSURE7/10/2009 DISMISSAL4/15/2010 OURY NEAL RA 0207261 Defendant-5FORECLOSURE - TAXES9/20/2002 DECREE OF CONFIRMATION6/27/2003278 OURY NEAL RA 0205271 Defendant-8FORECLOSURE - TAXES7/12/2002 DISMISSAL4/29/200480 OURY NEAL RA 0004187 Defendant-5FORECLOSURE - TAXES7/11/2000 DISMISSAL8/31/2000127 OURY NEAL RA 9906321 Defendant-5FORECLOSURE - TAXES10/22/1999 ENTRY OF LAND FORFEITURE1/4/2001110 OURY NEAL RA 9904281 Defendant-5FORECLOSURE - TAXES7/27/1999 DISMISSAL8/23/199938 OURY NEAL RA 9008293 Defendant-2OTHER CIVIL & JURY DEMAND9/14/1990 JUDGMENT7/30/19931369 OURY NEAL RA 8502233 Litigant-21/1/1985 DISMISSAL OURY NEAL RA 8201720 Litigant-21/1/1982 . Common Pleas Civil Name Search Results Search results for a party name like: OURY NEAL R & LYNN M OURY & INVESTORS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CO INC
NameCase # Party DescriptionFiling CodeCase DateParty Info CJ IndicatorDisposition CodeDisp DateImage # OURY NEAL R & LYNN M OURY & INVESTORS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CO INCCJ09023355 Debtor-2CERTIFICATE OF JUDGMENT12/18/2009 CJ Common Pleas Civil Name Search Results Search results for a party name like: OURY NEAL R & N R O INVESTMENTS LLC & INVESTORS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
NameCase # Party DescriptionFiling CodeCase DateParty Info CJ IndicatorDisposition CodeDisp DateImage # OURY NEAL R & N R O INVESTMENTS LLC & INVESTORS PROPERTY MANAGEMENTCJ09023356 Debtor-2CERTIFICATE OF JUDGMENT12/18/2009
2011 JUD 03503Certified Judgment08/23/2011Certified JudgmentOury, NealDebtorOpen2009 CVH 02511Other Civil12/11/2009Other CivilOury, Neal RDefendantClosed2009 CVH 02512Other Civil12/11/2009Other CivilOury, Neal RDefendantClosed2009 JUD 05289Certified Judgment12/16/2009Certified JudgmentOury, Neal RDebtorOpen2009 JUD 05294Certified Judgment12/16/2009Certified JudgmentOury, Neal RDebtorOpen2013 SL 02643SL/tax lien import07/19/2013State Tax LienOURY, NEAL RDebtorOpen
RECORD OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENT Exhibit A Clermont County O'KEEFE, CATHERINE 543 PAXTON 200607.007 $ 78.85 HUNT, KENNETH 314 E LOVELAND JOHNSON/WALL 319 CEDAR $ 95.52 113 THIRD 128 PFARR Delinquent Utility Bill Assessment, a Special Tax on Real Estate. In accordance with Ordinance No. 2013 - ___________, passed on __________________________, 2013. To be paid in full on or before ______________________________, 2013, to be paid in (1) one annual installment with interest at 3% per annum together with such penalties as may be provided by law. To the Auditor of Clermont County: The Foregoing unpaid assessments, levied by the Council of the City of Loveland due and payable on the date above given, then became and now are a valid lien upon the property herein named, under the provisions of the General Code of Ohio, and the Ordinances of the City, and said assessments are hereby certified to you for collection as provided by law. City Treasurer 106 W LOVELAND 200602.028A CHURCH OF GOD MCCOY, JANICE $ 68.12 MONZONES, ROMEO Owner Address Parcel Number Debt Amount NRO INVESTMENTS 112 SECOND 200602.031 $ 481.74 2
See below Mr, Oury’s response to the August 22nd council meeting only after the legal and financial experiences were shared. (Business group seeks transparency during election)
– Neal Oury
During August 22, 2017, Loveland City Council meeting business owner Tim Canada raised concerns over law suits in which I have been named and my experience with personal bankruptcy. Regardless of Tim’s motive in bringing these to light, I do recognize that as an individual seeking public office, such matters are up for public scrutiny and I will address them directly.With regard to the lawsuits mentioned… I’ve spent thirty plus years in the property management and the building and construction business, and sadly, law suits are a reality of these industries. Six of these cases were dismissed due to a lack of grounds; in one action, six suits were filed for back taxes and I was named only as the mortgage holder for properties that I had sold on a land contract. Two suits were decided in my favor. The remaining suits were related to the bankruptcy.With regard to my filing for personal bankruptcy… I will be honest it was an extremely difficult time for me and my family, and a situation which I am not eager to talk about. The culmination of the economic downturn in 2008-2010, the housing market and remodeling business depleted to nothing. My mortgage on my business property was with 5/3 Bank who called my mortgage due. Unfortunately, the economy did not recover and the lack of business led to a situation where I was not able to meet my financial obligations. However painful the experience, I took responsibility, made reparations, and continue today following through on my commitment to pay that debt. It has been a long and difficult road, but as the saying goes, what doesn’t kill us makes us stronger.To the degree that Tim felt it necessary to bring these events to light for the sake of transparency, as was demanded of Mark Fitzgerald during the recall drive, I will point out some very relevant differences. First, I have never been accused of fraud, as was the case with Fitzgerald; I have never been fired from a job due to issues of integrity. It appears Fitzgerald has been accused of misusing public funds, my financial hardship affected no one but my family. I have never walked out of nor been booed at any meetings. I take pride in my integrity to do what is right.When I declared my candidacy for Loveland City Council, it was not with any pretense of my being perfect or not having experienced failure in my life. That decision was the result of my lifelong desire to make Loveland a better place, with city leadership that is inclusive, responsive and respectful of its citizens and to have an open dialogue with the community. With my candidacy comes a promise that I will work tirelessly for Loveland and with Loveland. Respectfully submitted - Neal Oury
Neal Oury was not eager to talk about this until he was forced to. (Transparency?) We all have financial obligations. The difference between Mr. Oury and the majority of our Loveland residents, is they choose to manage their finances appropriately. Good for him to finally take responsibility when forced to by the courts. We all have difficult roads to travel during our lifetime, the choices made during those travels makes us who we are.
Again, we urge you to review all information like this before voting for any candidate for Loveland Council.
Ron and Fran Patterson are lifetime residents and business owners