ODOT District One Construction and Maintenance Projects – Week of July 27, 2015

The following is a weekly report concerning construction and maintenance work on state highways within the Ohio Department of Transportation District 1 which includes the counties of Allen, Defiance, Hancock, Hardin, Paulding, Putnam, Van Wert and Wyandot. This report is issued each week beginning in April and continues through November.

The following is a weekly report concerning construction and maintenance work on state highways within the Ohio Department of Transportation District 1 which includes the counties of Allen, Defiance, Hancock, Hardin, Paulding, Putnam, Van Wert and Wyandot. This report is issued each week beginning in April and continues through November.

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ODOT District One Construction and Maintenance Projects – Week of July 27, 2015


Allen County

 

Interstate 75 Reconstruction project For the most recent information concerning the Interstate 75 reconstruction project through Lima and Allen County please visitwww.odotlima75.org.

 

Ohio 12 between Ohio 115 and Ohio 65 will be closed for one week for a culvert replacement. Traffic will be detoured onto Ohio 65 and Ohio 115 back to Ohio 12. Work is being done by the Putnam County ODOT maintenance garage.

 

Ohio 81 between Sugar Street and Neubrecht Road will continue to be restricted through October as pavement repairs, curb, sidewalk and resurfacing work continues. Traffic has recently been shifted to allow two lanes of traffic in the eastbound direction and one lane in the westbound direction. Work is being performed by R.B. Jergens Contractors Inc., Dayton.

 

Defiance County

Ohio 18 from the Indiana state line to the Ohio 15/Ohio 18 split will be restricted to one lane for pavement repairs. Work is being done by the Defiance County ODOT maintenance garage.

 

Ohio 12 at the intersection of Ohio 2/Ohio 249 will be restricted to one lane for pavement repairs. Work is being done by the Defiance County ODOT maintenance garage.

Ohio 2/18/49 in the village of Hicksville is restricted for a pavement repair and resurfacing project. Work will take place on Ohio 2 from its junction with Ohio 49 at the south edge of town to the south just outside of the village limits. On Ohio 49 work will occur from inside the village to the Williams County line, and on Ohio 18 from within the village to just outside the village limits. Work is being performed by Brooks Construction, Ft. Wayne, Ind.

 

Hancock County

 

Ohio 12/U.S. 224 in Findlay just west of North Blanchard Street at the railroad crossing closed July 22 for approximately two weeks for a railroad crossing repair. Traffic will be detoured onto Interstate 75, County Road 99, County Road 212 and Bright Road back to Ohio 12 (Fostoria Avenue) or U.S. 224 (Tiffin Avenue). Work is being performed by CSX Railroad.

Ohio 37 (Lincoln Street) in Findlay between Grand Avenue and South Blanchard Street closed at the railroad crossing on July 20 for approximately two weeks for a railroad repair. Traffic will be detoured onto South Blanchard Street, East Sandusky Street (Ohio 568) back to Main Street (Ohio 37). Work is being done by CSX Railroad.

 

Interstate 75 northbound and southbound south of Findlay, from three miles south of the rest areas to the Interstate 75/Ohio 15 interchange will be restricted to one lane in each direction starting the week of July 27 for a joint repair and resurfacing project. Also as a part of this project the rest areas will close sometime in the coming weeks. Work will continue through late fall. Work is being performed by Shelly Company, Findlay.

 

Ohio 15 from the Findlay airport to Ohio 37 eastbound and westbound will remain restricted through the end of summer for a resurfacing project. Work is being performed by the Shelly Company, Findlay.

 

Ohio 12 from Arcadia to the Seneca County line, Ohio 18 from Fostoria west to the Seneca County line and Ohio 613 from Ohio 235 at McComb to Interstate 75 will be restricted through the work zone for pavement repair and resurfacing which began June 1. The Ohio 613 portion of this project has been completed and work is now being done on Ohio 12 and Ohio 18. Work is being performed by Bluffton Paving, Bluffton.

 

Ohio 15 northbound east of the U.S. 68 junction is one lane through the work zone for a roadside slide repair project which is expected to continue through July. Work is being performed by Sand Ridge Excavating, Cloverdale.

 

Interstate 75 in Wood and Hancock counties: Through 2016, southbound I-75 is reduced to two lanes from US 20 to I-475 in Perrysburg. Through November, from 8pm until 6am, single lane restrictions are possible on I-75 between the I-75/I-475 interchange in Perrysburg to CR 99 in Hancock County. Through 2016, 11-foot lane width restrictions are in place on I-75 between US 20 in Perrysburg to CR 99 in Hancock County.  Project complete: October 2017. All work is weather permitting.

 

Special events . . .

  • Effective Monday, April 27, through December, Township Road 101 in Hancock County, between CR 220 and TR 142, will be closed for bridge work on I-75.

 

Hardin County

 

Ohio 81 from the Allen County line to Dunkirk will be restricted to one lane through the work zone for removal of pavement reflectors in preparation for an upcoming chip seal project. Work is being performed by the Hardin County ODOT maintenance garage.

 

Ohio 67 north of the village of Roundhead just east of Ohio 235 closed June 15 for approximately three months for a bridge repair project over the Scioto River. Traffic detoured onto Ohio 235, Ohio 309 and U.S. 68 back to Ohio 67. Work is being performed by Eagle Bridge Co., Sidney.

 

Paulding County

 

U.S. 127 north of Paulding just south of the U.S. 127/U.S. 24 intersection will be restricted to one lane for drainage work. Work is being done by the Paulding County ODOT maintenance garage.

 

U.S. 127 between Garfield Avenue and Jackson Street in the village of Paulding closed April 13 for approximately eight months for a sewer separation project. The traffic detour for this closure has changed. Traffic is now detoured onto Ohio 111, Ohio 637 and Ohio 114 back onto U.S. 127. Work is being performed by VTF Excavation, Celina.

 

Putnam County

 

Ohio 114 between Cloverdale and the north corporation limit of Kalida will be restricted to one lane through the work zone for resurfacing beginning August 3. Work is expected to continue until mid September. Work is being performed by Bluffton Paving, Bluffton.

 

Ohio 190 on the south end of Fort Jennings which was closed for an emergency culvert repair has reopened. Work to repair a drainage pipe along the road side is expected to take place under traffic. Work is being administered by the village of Fort Jennings.

 

U.S. 224 between Ohio 634 and Ohio 190 will close August 3 for 30 days for a culvert replacement. Traffic detoured onto Ohio 634 and Ohio 190 back to U.S. 224. Vernon Nagel, Napoleon.

 

Ohio 189 at the east edge of Ottoville closed May 27 for an emergency culvert repair. The road is closed for an indefinite amount of time. Traffic is being detoured onto Ohio 190, Ohio 634 and U.S. 224 back to Ohio 189.

 

Van Wert County

 

Ohio 49 between Ohio 81 and U.S. 224 will be reduced to one lane through the work zone for removal of pavement reflectors in preparation for a chip seal project. Work is being done by the Van Wert County ODOT maintenance garage.

 

Ohio 697 west of Middle Point Wetzel Road, approximately five miles west of the city of Delphos, which closed June 8 will remain closed through the end of July to replace the bridge over the Auglaize River. Traffic detoured onto Ohio 116 to Ohio 81 to Ohio 66 back onto Ohio 697. Work is being done by Brumbaugh Construction, Inc., Arcanum.

Wyandot County

 

Ohio 67 between Township Highway 31 and County Highway 30 will be closed beginning August 3 for approximately five days for a culvert replacement. Traffic will be detoured onto Ohio 103 and Ohio 53. Work will be performed by the Wyandot County ODOT maintenance garage.

 

Ohio 37 south of Ohio 53 which was closed for a culvert replacement has reopened.

 

U.S. 23/30 northbound and southbound at Upper Sandusky is currently reduced to one lane through the work zone for bridge and pavement repair and resurfacing. On U.S. 23 the zone extends from south of Ohio 182 to just south of County Road 47, and on U.S. 30 from the U.S. 23 split to Township Highway 103. Work is being performed by Kokosing Construction, Columbus.

 

U.S. 23 interchange with Ohio 199, Upper Sandusky Bridge deck repairs and resurfacing will impact the interchange as follows. Work is being performed by Kokosing Construction, Columbus:

 

  • U.S. 23 northbound entrance ramp from Ohio 199 will be closed for three weeks beginning July 20. Traffic will be detoured to Ohio 53/67 to U.S. 23 north back to Ohio 199.
  • U.S. 23 southbound exit ramp to Ohio 199 is expected to be closed for approximately four days within the next few weeks.

 

NB Chamber Thanks GOST Financial Sponsors

The North Baltimore Area Chamber of Commerce is the General Sponsor and Organizer of the Good Old SummerTime (GOST) Day Festival (and THAT IS the official name) AND The NB Fireworks. We could not put on the events that we do, with out the financial support of our sponsors!!! Without them, and without NEW sponsors, GOST and the NB Fireworks DO NOT happen!

The North Baltimore Area Chamber of Commerce is the General Sponsor and Organizer of the Good Old SummerTime (GOST) Day Festival (and THAT IS the official name) AND The NB Fireworks. We could not put on the events that we do, with out the financial support of our sponsors!!! Without them, and without NEW sponsors, GOST and the NB Fireworks DO NOT happen!

GOST 2015 Mortar Tube 2
Gary Hafner – owner of KaBoom! Enterprises, the fireworks contractor, check the connections for the BIG mortar shot.
GOST 2015 KaBoom set-up
KaBoom! shot a super show for GOST 2015 – Thank You!!! (photos of the show and maybe a video in a future story).

Here are the financial sponsors, that you should support and thank, for the GOST:

ELITE Sponsor –

Reineke Family Dealerships

 

GOLD Sponsors –

NB Eagles Aerie #2633

NB American Legion Post #539

 

SILVER Sponsors –

Bob Kelley Chevrolet Buick

Millstream Area Credit Union

First Federal Bank

DS Brown

Briar Hill Health Campus

Jack Patterson Family

Propane, Inc

 

BRONZE Sponsors – 
Don H. Miller Insurance Agency
Smith-Crates Funeral Home
Hancock Wood Electric
Brad’s Body Shop
Huntington Bank
Gerdeman Insurance Agency
North Baltimore Marathon
Gregg Glamm, DDS
Thompson & Callejas, Attys.
Frank’s Fries/Cindy’s Concessions

 

Event Sponsors – 
Clouse Construction
The North Baltimore News
Mike Julien

 

“In-Kind” (traded services) –
Patterson Sanitation
ROAD ID
TheNBXpress.com

 If you or your business would like to financially support GOST 2016 – EMAIL the NB Area Chamber of Commerce:  nbacc284@gmail.com – – – TODAY!!!

 

“Crazy for Quinoa”

by Kendal Shaffer, BGSU Dietetic Intern. Kendal is doing a brief internship at the OSU Extension Office in Wood County and submitted this nutrition article for your reading enjoyment…..

 

Pronounced Keen-wah, this nutritious pseudo-grain is a versatile, nutty tasting seed that can be used in a variety of dishes. While its mainstream popularity is relatively new, this ancient grain has been around for centuries in South America. A few decades ago, NASA looked into making this simple seed astronaut food due to its rich nutritional content. Then, the year 2013 was declared the ‘International Year of Quinoa’ by the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization in the hopes it would increase awareness to this nutritional powerhouse in more geographic regions. It has also been enthusiastically supported by the health-minded consumers of many countries, the topic of countless websites and blogs, and the focus of innumerable popular cooking show episodes.

QuinoaCookedUncooked

And all for good reason too, when compared gram for gram with brown rice, quinoa has the same calories but contains more protein and more healthy fats such as linoleic acid, DHA and choline. It also has higher amounts of minerals including iron, folate, magnesium and zinc to name a few. Quinoa has moderate amounts of calcium and low sodium levels as well. With the nutritional punch this tiny seed packs, it can be an excellent choice for vegans, vegetarians and meat lovers alike!

Although there are multiple ways to cook quinoa, one of the simplest ways is boiling it via stove top. When deciding how much quinoa to make, keep in mind, the cooking process will more than double the original measured volume. It is important to first rinse the seeds in a fine mesh strainer to remove the outer layer known as saponin, which can leave the cooked product tasting bitter. Of note – packaged quinoa is usually pre-rinsed which makes this step unnecessary; be sure to read the container to double check.

Put the quinoa into a pot with twice as much water or broth as dry quinoa seeds. Cook the mixture on medium-high until it has been boiling for a few minutes, at this point, remove the pot from the heat and cover. Let the mixture sit for approximately 10-15 minutes or until seeds become tender. You can visually tell quinoa is ready to eat when the outer ring has detached itself from some of the seeds; this will look like little spirals in your pot.

Use the cooked quinoa as a substitute for rice in your favorite dishes. You can also make your own quinoa creation by adding almost any combination of protein sources or produce items. Feel as though you lack creativity? Utilize technology and scroll through the infinite number of delicious quinoa recipes online and on Pinterest for inspiration. You will quickly find the fun doesn’t stop at quinoa salads, there are quinoa cookies, quinoa meatballs, quinoa protein bars and just about everything else under the sun. With that being said, it’s time to get in the kitchen and try some new recipes, happy eating!

Simple Quinoa Salad

From www.tablespoon.com

1 ½ cups Quinoa
3 cups water
1 large handful chopped fresh cilantro
2 Tbsp olive oil
1 avocado
drizzle of honey or agave nectar
1 /1 cups chopped grape tomatoes
1 lemon or lime

  1. First, rinse quinoa thoroughly in a small strainer. Bring 3 cups of water to a boil. Put quinoa in water and reduce heat to simmer. Cover and cook until all water is absorbed (10-15 minutes).
  2. While the quinoa is cooking, halve your tomatoes and cut up your avocado and cilantro.
  3. Once the quinoa is cooked, drizzle w/ olive oil and agave or honey and sprinkle with salt, pepper.
  4. Stir up the quinoa to release some heat and bring to room temp.
  5. Stir in avocado, tomato and cilantro, squeeze your citrus over this, toss and enjoy!

KendallShaffer

My name is Kendal and I am a recent graduate of Bowling Green State University.  I earned my Master’s degree in Food and Nutrition in May 2015. I hope to be a clinical dietitian in the future, specializing in pediatric nutrition. I am married with two children, aged 4 and 1 who keep me entertained and very busy. I also love to run or do anything active in my free time. I recently finished my first sprint triathlon at the end of July and am already excited to sign up for #2!

 

 

Ohio EPA Holds Hearing About Ohio’s Regional Haze Plan

Ohio EPA will hold a public hearing on the proposed change on Wednesday, August 5, 2015, at 10:30 a.m. at Ohio EPA’s Central Office, 50 West Town Street, Suite 700, Columbus.

Ohio EPA is accepting comments on a proposed change to its implementation plan dealing with regional haze.

Ohio EPA will hold a public hearing on the proposed change on Wednesday, August 5, 2015, at 10:30 a.m. at Ohio EPA’s Central Office, 50 West Town Street, Suite 700, Columbus. Please bring identification to present at the security desk in the lobby.

The request is being made to allow Ohio EPA to apply the federal Cross State Air Pollution Rule (CSAPR) to Ohio’s attainment plans for regional haze, and remove the Clean Air Interstate Rule (CAIR) reference in the current plan.

In order to fix deficiencies in CAIR, U.S. EPA replaced the rules with more stringent CSAPR regulations beginning in 2015. CSAPR was introduced by U.S. EPA to reduce pollution transported between states that significantly affect downwind nonattainment and maintenance of air quality standards. The Federal Clean Air Act contains a good neighbor provision requiring upwind states to limit emissions within their borders that interfere with a downwind state’s ability to meet federal air quality standards.

CSAPR is designed to reduce emissions of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides from power plants in the eastern half of the United States. U.S. EPA expects the rule to reduce fine particulate and ozone pollution.

In Ohio’s original regional haze implementation plan that was approved by U.S. EPA 2011, Ohio EPA relied upon CAIR to allow the state to meet certain requirements for nitrogen oxides and sulfur dioxide emissions from electric generating plants. Now that CAIR has been replaced, revising the SIP will memorialize Ohio’s implementation of CSAPR to meet U.S. EPA requirements. This revision does not alter any other aspects of Ohio’s plan to address regional haze.

This revised regional haze SIP is available on Ohio EPA’s web page. The hearing will be an opportunity to submit comments concerning the SIP action. Comments on the SIP proposal may be presented at the hearing or submitted by email to jennifer.vanvlerah@epa.ohio.gov or in writing to: Ohio EPA, Division of Air Pollution Control, Attention: Jennifer Van Vlerah, Lazarus Government Center, P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, Ohio, 43216-1049. The public comment period will end August 5, 2015.

 

CSX supports food producers and distributors

CSX and The Conservation Fund support producers and distributors of local, fresh foods in underserved communities…….

ARLINGTON, Va., July, 2015 — Applications are now being accepted for the 2015 Grant Program for Transporting Healthy Food, presented in partnership by CSX and The Conservation Fund.

According to the United States Department of Agriculture more than 23 million Americans have limited or no access to fresh and healthy food. Many producers and retailers lack the resources and equipment needed to sustain food quality and safety as they sell, store, package and distribute fresh produce and other food to the surrounding communities they serve.

Now in its second year, the Grant Program for Transporting Healthy Food is designed to support and strengthen local transportation and distribution infrastructure for healthy food to communities in need. The program enhances delivery capabilities of producers and distributors and improves the availability of healthy food for nearby consumers. In 2014, the recipient organizations used the grants to purchase refrigeration and delivery trucks, acquire portable food chests and expand local food supply and capacity to provide nearly 118 million pounds of nutritious food to approximately six million people annually.

In 2015, grants ranging from $2,500 to $10,000 will be made available to charitable entities that distribute fresh produce and perishable food in 22 states where CSX operates–Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.

The grants can support a range of activities related to transportation, including:

  • acquiring refrigerated vehicles for direct delivery to markets, food hubs or distribution center;
  • financing mobile market trucks and food stands to bring fresh food to isolated communities;
  • improving on-site and mobile processing and storage–flash, freezing, drying or refrigeration–of meats and seafood needed for distribution; and
  • purchasing produce boxes and cold storage bins to keep unsold food fresh for the next day’s farmers market or wholesale purchase.

As one of the nation’s premier transportation companies, with an important role in transporting agricultural, food and food-service products, CSX recognized the integral role that distribution plays in supporting access to fresh food.

“CSX aims to make an impact Beyond Our Rails–and one of our largest focus areas is creating access to healthy lifestyles, including food, in the communities where we operate and live,” said Tori Kaplan, assistant vice president, corporate social responsibility. “It’s our job to make connections across our 21,000 mile rail network every day, and we’re proud to continue working with The Conservation Fund to support local connections between communities and healthy, fresh food.”

“Local and regional food organizations are unsung heroes working tirelessly to make healthy, fresh food a convenient, practical and affordable option for everyone, particularly children and other vulnerable populations, and they deserve recognition and support for the important role they play in their communities,” said Kris Hoellen, Vice President of Sustainable Programs at the Conservation Fund. “With CSX’s partnership, we’re not only helping these groups expand their food network, but we’re also supporting our local farmers and working farms–improving the entire food chain from the field to the fork.”

Grant applications are due by September 18, 2015. To download a grant application and see more information about the program, please visit http://www.conservationfund.org/partner-with-us/business/csx or contact Margarita Carey at mcarey@conservationfund.org.

CSX has long been a supporter of The Conservation Fund’s work. CSX has helped restore critical habitats at two national wildlife refuges through the donation of more than 13,000 trees and is helping reconnect children and nature with the creation of a school curriculum unit. CSX is also entering into its second year of working with The Conservation Fund on an ongoing program that is improving access to and the supply of healthy food at local farmers markets in underserved counties in West Virginia.

About CSX
CSX, based in Jacksonville, Florida, is a premier transportation company. It provides rail, intermodal and rail-to-truck transload services and solutions to customers across a broad array of markets, including energy, industrial, construction, agricultural, and consumer products. For nearly 190 years, CSX has played a critical role in the nation’s economic expansion and industrial development. Its network connects every major metropolitan area in the eastern United States, where nearly two-thirds of the nation’s population resides. It also links more than 240 short-line railroads and more than 70 ocean, river and lake ports with major population centers and farming towns alike.  More information about CSX Corporation and its subsidiaries is available at www.csx.com. Like us on Facebook (http://facebook.com/OfficialCSX) and follow us on Twitter (http://twitter.com/CSX).

About The Conservation Fund
At The Conservation Fund, we believe that conservation should work for America. By creating solutions that make environmental and economic sense, we are re-defining conservation to demonstrate its essential role in our future prosperity. Top-ranked for efficiency and effectiveness, we have worked in all 50 states since 1985 to protect more than 7.5 million acres of land. www.conservationfund.org

 

 

BROWN APPLAUDS HEROIN AND OPIATE SUMMIT IN TOLEDO

Brown Has Cosponsored Legislation to Expand Access to Effective, Medication-Assisted Treatment for Drug Addiction and to Prevent Prescription Drug Addiction in Veterans……

WASHINGTON, D.C. – With a record 2,110 fatal drug overdoses in Ohio in 2013 alone, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH)  commended both the Mental Health & Recovery Services Board of Lucas County and the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department for hosting a Heroin and Opiate Summit, held today at the University of Toledo.

“Too many communities in Ohio and across the country have been affected by the growing public health crisis caused by opioid use,” Brown said. “Drug addiction is a challenge that will require a collaborative multi-pronged solution with input by medical professionals, social service providers, law enforcement, and local, state, and federal governments. I commend the Mental Health & Recovery Services Board of Lucas County and the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department for organizing a forum where local experts and community members can come together to help fight drug addiction in Toledo.”

Brown continues his fight to help prevent and crack down on drug abuse. Brown is a cosponsor of The Recovery Enhancement for Addiction Treatment (TREAT) Act, bipartisan legislation reintroduced in May to enable more health care providers to treat larger numbers of patients struggling with addiction. Federal law currently limits the capacity for providers to care for patients with opioid abuse problems using medication-assisted treatment.

Brown also cosponsored the Jason Simcakoski Memorial Opioid Safety Act, bipartisan legislation that will help provide safer and more effective pain management services to our nation’s veterans. The legislation focuses on strengthening the VA opioid prescribing guidelines and improving pain management services. The Jason Simcakoski Memorial Opioid Safety Act would also help strengthen patient advocacy, expand access to complementary and integrative health and wellness, and enhance VA hiring and internal audits. The bill is named for U.S. Marine Veteran Jason Simcakoski, who died at a Wisconsin VA facility in August 2013 as a result of mixed drug toxicity.

“Have Courage, God is With You”

A devotion by Ann Elaine Broughton…..

“Be strong and courageous, Do not be terrified; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go” (Joshua 1:9 NIV).

 

Is there something happening in your life right now that requires courage? Do you have feelings of discouragement? Are you terrified?

Sometimes when circumstances seem totally out of our control it is very easy to become discouraged and terrified. This is the time when your faith in God is tested. We are not promised a life that is filled with no problems or sicknesses. It is our faith in God that sustains us through these difficult times. It is the courage we receive from our faith that helps us through each day.

There are many examples from the Bible of people who had to have courage and trust God. Joshua had to lead the Israelites to the Promised Land with God’s help. The odds were against them, but God had told them not to be afraid and they believed Him and went ahead to conquer that land. Esther stood up against the king in order to save her people and could have died in the process, but she trusted in God and her people were spared. David slew a giant with a sling and a stone because He knew God was with Him and would give Him the courage to do it. Peter stepped out on the raging waves because Jesus called him and he did not sink until he took his eyes off Jesus. These are only a few people in the people who trusted the Lord and found courage.

Please know that the courage displayed by these people in the Bible is still available to you from God. His strength and courage lies in you through the Holy Spirit and is able to help you at all times. Trust Him to fill you with peace instead of terror and discouragement. Call upon Him and tell Him your needs and He will give you strength. One of my favorite verses helps me when I get discouraged, “And the God of all grace, who called you to his eternal glory in Christ, after you have suffered a little while, will himself restore you and make you strong, firm, and steadfast” (1 Peter 5:10 NIV). Take courage, God is with you.

Dear Lord,

There are many times in life when we can get discouraged and spiral downward into depression. Help us to call upon you knowing that you will give us strength and courage to carry on. We know that your love never fails and will sustain us even during stressful times.

In Jesus’ name,

Amen