Union, Ohio

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Union is a city in Montgomery and Miami Counties in the U.S. state of Ohio. The population was 5,574 at the 2000 census, and 5,920 at the 2005 census estimate.[5] It is part of the Dayton Metropolitan Statistical Area.

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Geography

Union is located at 39°54′1″N 84°18′49″W / 39.90028°N 84.31361°W / 39.90028; -84.31361 (39.900154, -84.313494).[6]

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 4.3 square miles (11.1 km²).The Stillwater River runs on its east side.

Transportation

One major state highway, State Route 48, runs north and south through Union. In Union, State Route 48 is known as Main Street.

Other notable streets in Union include Martindale Road, Sweet Potato Ridge Road, and Phillipsburg-Union Road.

Trivia

The city of West Union, Ohio, the county seat of Adams County, actually lies about 88 miles southeast of Union.

-The popular YouTube show and WB pilot "Nobody's Watching" stars two characters who are natives of Union.

Government

Union has a mayor/council/manager form of government. The current mayor is Patricia Goudy,[7] and John P. Applegate is Union's City Manager.[8]

On November 18, 2006 Mayor Robert Packard died after collapsing while performing a wedding at city hall. Due to the city's charter the Vice-mayor (Larry Beyer) became the new mayor of Union.

Demographics

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