Taft Lends Support to Delaware County Assistance Programs
As a result of the economic impact of COVID-19, Delaware County, Ohio is offering two new assistance programs for residents and businesses. The programs involve both United Way and Delaware County with support from local firms, including Taft. Taft Columbus partner and Delaware partner-in-charge Steve Cuckler shares with This Week Community News, “We are all in this together, and we look forward to helping our small-business neighbors with various legal issues, including employment, continuation and navigating the throng of federal, state and local programs.” To read the complete article, click here.
Cuckler is the partner-in-charge of Taft's Delaware office. He brings two decades of combined legal, government, military and political experience to the comprehensive array of services he provides to corporate, public and non-public clients at the state and local levels. He has served as city councilman and vice mayor of the city of Delaware. He serves on the recently created Delaware County Economic Recovery Task Force, currently serves as the Chairman of the Delaware County Republican Party, a member of the Delaware County Board of Elections, and Lieutenant Colonel in the US Army Reserve.
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