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Generally, advertising for an adult, porno-graphic website that is sent to an email address does not violate federal law or the current laws of most states. In some states it may be a violation of law if the sender knows the recipient is under the age of 18. Such advertising can be reported to your service provider and, if known, the service provider of the originator. It can also be reported to your state and federal legislators, so they can be made aware of the extent of the problem.
Sex offenders have contacted children via most of the major online services and the Internet. The most important factors in keeping your child safe online are the utilization of appropriate blocking software and/or parental controls, along with open, honest discussions with your child, monitoring his/her online activity, and following the tips in this pamphlet.
There are dangers in every part of our society. By educating your children to these dangers and taking appropriate steps to protect them, they can benefit from the wealth of information now available online.
It is different treatment given to some home seekers because of their Race, Religion, Gender, Color, National Origin or Handicap. Giving someone a different sale or rental price to keep them out of the house or telling them it's been taken when it's really available are examples of discrimination. Denying anyone the use of a real estate broker or suggesting to a possible habitant of a property that they might be happy elsewhere are also forms of discrimination.
The federal government under the Fair Housing Law (Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968); The Civil Rights Act of 1866; The State of Ohio Senate Bill 162 (1976); The City of Eaton's Ordinance 79-15 and Preble County Resolution Number 62-85-52 all prohibit housing discrimination.
Housing discrimination should be reported to the Preble County Commission Office at 937-456-8143 or the City of Eaton Office at 937-456-4125.
Preble County birth/death records prior to January 1,1909 are kept on file in the Microfilm Department, 937-456-8122. Birth records after December 20, 1908, and death records after 1927 can be obtained at the Preble County Health Department at:
615 Hillcrest DriveEaton, OH 45320Phone: 937-472-0087
Death certificates from January 1, 1909 through 1927 may be obtained through the Ohio Archives. Residents born in Ohio are able to obtain a copy of their Ohio registered birth abstract at the Preble County General Health District even if they were born outside of Preble County. A birth abstract is a birth certificate that contains no confidential medical information. This new abstract is widely accepted to obtain passports, drivers' licenses, and more. Deaths are recorded in the county in which they occurred, regardless of residence. Burial permits are issued for deaths occurring in any county in Ohio. An alphabetical index of all Preble County births and deaths is available at the Preble County General Health District. Please keep in mind that copies of the original birth certificate and death certificate records can only be obtained for someone who was born or deceased in Preble County. Otherwise, you must contact the county in the state in which the birth or death took place.
License plates, vehicle registration, and drivers license renewals are handled by the Bureau of Motor Vehicles at:
550 N. Barron StreetJunction Village MallEaton, OH 45320Phone: 937-456-9444
Visit the BMV website for more information and branch hours of operation.
The Sheriff's Office handles Sheriff's sales, which are conducted each Friday beginning at 9 am on the first floor lobby of the Preble County Courthouse, 101 East Main Street, Eaton. You can get information by calling the Sheriff's Office at 937-456-6262 or visiting the Sheriff's page.
Automobile titles are handled by the Auto Title Department under the direction of the Clerk of Courts. You can get additional information from the Auto Title Department at:
546 N Barron StreetJunction Village MallEaton, OH 45320Phone: 937-456-8181
You can obtain Information on how to become a Notary Public from the Clerk of Courts located on the third floor in the Preble County Courthouse at:
101 E Main StreetEaton, OH 45320Phone: 937-456-8160
Information on recording deeds and mortgages can be obtained at the Recorder's Office located on the second floor of the Preble County Courthouse at:
101 E Main StreetEaton, OH 45320Phone: 937-456-8173
Social Security is administered by the federal government. To find the nearest Social Security Administration (SSA) office, visit the SSA website or call 800-772-1213.
Contact the Clerk of Courts located on the third floor of the Preble County Courthouse at:
You can apply for a marriage license at Probate Court located on the second floor of the Preble County Courthouse at:
101 E Main StreetEaton, OH 45320
For further information call 937-456-8137.
Military discharge papers are retained at the Recorder's Office located on the second floor of the Preble County Courthouse at:
For further information call 937-456-8173.
Name changes are handled by Probate Court located on the second floor of the Preble County Courthouse at:
For additional information call 937-456-8137.
If you need information on a property split, you can call the Office of Land Use Management at 937-456-8171 for further details.
Evictions are handled by the Eaton Municipal Court at:
1199 Preble DriveEaton, OH 45320
You can obtain more information by calling 937-456-4941 or visiting the Eaton Municipal Court website.
A vendor's license can be obtained in the Auditor's Office located on the second floor of the Preble County Courthouse at:
For further information, call 937-456-8148.
Traffic violations in Preble County are handled by the Eaton Municipal Court located at:
Answers to these questions can be obtained from the Auditor's Office located on the second floor of the Preble County Courthouse at:
101 East Main StreetEaton, OH 45320
For more information, call 937-456-8148 or by visit the Auditor's website.
You can pay your property taxes at the Treasurer's Office located on the second floor of the Preble County Courthouse at:
101 E Main StreetEaton, OH 45320Phone: 937-456-8140
Questions about building permits and building regulations can be answered by contacting the Office of Land Use Management at 937-456-8171, located on the first floor of the Preble County Courthouse at:
Information on voter registration is available through the Board of Elections. You can either visit the Board of Elections website or call 937-456-8117 for information.
You can get information on obtaining a dog or kennel license by calling the Auditor's Office at 937-456-8148, located on the second floor of the Preble County Courthouse at:
Small claims in Preble County are handled through the Eaton Municipal Court. For further information call 937-456-4941 or visit Eaton Municipal Court's website.
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