I think the only thing in my area is one township road maintenance. There may be more, but that is all I ever monitor.
At least one county (Licking) still pages fire on low band although they're on MARCS for ops now; Pickaway County might start paging on low band again as an alternate notification method separate from 800 MHz.
I haven't really searched low band in quite awhile, maybe I need to do that again just for giggles.
I'm not aware of any low band use in southeastern Ohio. If its not MARCS, the individual counties have invested in VHF, UHF and even some MotoTrbo setups. Business use is very sporadic and is almost gone, too. We have the perfect topography (lots and lots of hills) for making low band the top choice for two way communications, but there's nothing in use any more. On a related note, its hard to find a manufacturer who builds and sells low band radio equipment. Maybe Midland or Kenwood?
I miss sitting in the radio room at the VFD in East OH and listening to Florida fire depts coming in on 33.94. Sometimes even hearing them over my Minitor 1 pager while sitting in the amplified charger base.