Located in Historic Millersburg, OH at 484 Wooster Rd. The house was built by an industrialist from Cleveland Ohio, LH Brightman. Come and experience this mansion built in 1900 and now owned by the Holmes County Historical Society.
I had even told the previous DM that I feared she,my manager was going to fire me as well as discussing this with our new DM. My SM had wrote me up on incidents, that others had done as me, but they never got wrote SM even commuted an act on numerous occasions,according to FD own policy could of been subjected to immediate termination, which I followed our procedures, by using the chain of command, and honestly the only thing it got me was fired, which is not fair, it’s not right.I’ve placed numerous calls to different managers, the DM as well as the Regional Manager as of to date, I have not herd from any of them!!!Leon Levine retired in 2003 and was succeeded as CEO by his son, Howard Levine. Reply Hello, I am writing because I was a store manager as of March 2017 and come January 2018, I never received a W.The company is best known for its imported goods which many families find necessary to stretch their dollar. I would like the 2017 W2 mailed to me as I can no longer log in to pull up my digital image.I hope to hear from someone concerning this matter, thank you for your time. #09369 Reply I have been an assistant manager for Family Dollar going on for years.
I went on vacation I came back and they transferred me to a closer store to my home which I ask for.The company expanded rapidly in the 60’s and had over 50 stores by 1969.The company went public in 1970 and continued to expand rapidly. The cost of admission is .00 for adults, .00 seniors 65 or above or active military and students .00, under 12 free. The 28 room Victorian House mansion is decorated by area businesses, organizations and private individuals.The house purchased in 1971 by the Holmes County Historical Society.