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The Geauga Commissioners recently discussed the possibility of creating a position for better community outreach on behalf of the county, looking to appoint or hire someone who could potentially spearhead social media, fine tune the website and distribute newsletters.

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CHARDON — City Council Safety Committee members last week discussed updates to the Emergency Operation Plan, including who would declare or sign emergency orders, the mayor or the city manager.

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The Solon Police Department is looking to partner with residents and businesses that have video surveillance systems. Police are asking residents and businesses across the city to register their privately owned video surveillance systems.

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MORELAND HILLS — The expansion of Cru Uncorked could begin as early as this month now that Village Council has approved a use variance and a conditional use certificate for the restaurant.

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PEPPER PIKE — After many lengthy discussions on the U-2 zoning code for public buildings, Pepper Pike City Council unanimously passed an ordinance with amendments to the code. Mayor Richard Bain and City Planner George Smerigan said that the code was outdated since it was the original langua…

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The Chagrin Falls Exempted Village Schools Superintendent Robert Hunt accepted a new position at Barrington 220 Community School District in Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Hunt plans to finish the academic year with Chagrin schools “to support the transition to the next leader,” the district stated …

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WOODMERE — Village officials canceled their organizational meeting after it already began due to a resident’s concerns about notifying the public in advance of the meeting. In an email sent to village officials 20 minutes before the start of the meeting, Brainard Road resident Gerald Carrier…

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AUBURN — Despite starting the year off with an appeals case in court, Auburn Township will come out of 2020 with a new park pavilion and strong community support toward their volunteer fire department.

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WOODMERE — The end of the year brought a flurry of emails back and forth between the Village Council members, Law Director Frank Consolo, other members of the administration and the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections.

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Despite the impact of a worldwide pandemic, the City of Solon saw signs of hope during a dismal 2020. From new developments to plans for the city’s first housing for individuals with special needs, Solon moved forward, rounding out the year with a resolution rooted in optimism that would ban…

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BENTLEYVILLE — Officials started the year with big plans on implementing an inventory scanning system and a five-year capital equipment replacement plan after the crash of the Village Hall server, but the coronavirus pandemic quickly threw a wrench in these plans. Instead, the village played…

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The year 2020 started off on a positive note for Chester Township and for one of its residents, Elliott B. Weiss, who was a judge at the 144th Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show last February. Mr. Weiss moved to Chester about four years ago and was a judge for the 12th time in his caree…

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After the finalization of the territory transfer of Newbury to West Geauga, the school districts spent the first half of 2020 preparing for the initiative to go into effect, including personnel matters and what to do with the former campus in Newbury Township.