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BENTLEYVILLE — Police Chief Gabriel Barone Jr. said the village police department does have emergency notification capabilities through the Cuyahoga Emergency Communications System. But details on how the department knows when to make the alert through CECOM remain unclear.

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BENTLEYVILLE –– Residents will be paying more in income taxes with Village Council’s unanimous vote last week to reduce the income tax credit. Revenue the village gains from this change, effective July 1, will be used to support in part two bonds totaling about $1.7 million for much needed r…

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The Bentleyville Police Department is looking into reverse 911 methods to efficiently inform residents of emergencies after a June 8 water main break on Grey Fox Run in Bentleyville caused the issuance of a boil alert for the road’s surrounding neighborhoods. Police Chief Gabe Barone said po…

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BENTLEYVILLE — Residents could soon see new park regulations in the Community Park. During the Parks, Beautification and Utilities Committee meeting last week, the committee agreed to have a proposal ready for this month’s council meeting.

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BENTLEYVILLE –– During the village Finance Committee meeting last week, Mayor Leonard Spremulli consulted with council members on introducing legislation that would lower the village’s income tax credit. This would mean residents who work outside of Bentleyville could start paying more in in…

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BENTLEYVILLE — Village Service Director Lloyd Nagle told Streets and Safety Committee members last week that the Ohio Department of Transportation issued a letter offering a new flat rate for postponed salt deliveries. This applies to municipalities that have ordered road salt in advance, bu…

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BENTLEYVILLE — The Parks, Beautification and Facilities Committee met last week to discuss further details on possible park regulations that were proposed by Councilwoman and Committee Chairwoman Kathleen Hale in March.

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BENTLEYVILLE — The village is in need of park rules and regulations, said Kathleen Hale, chairwoman of the Parks, Beautification and Facilities Committee. Controlling foraging and getting owners to pick up dog waste topped her list.

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BENTLEYVILLE — This year’s mostly light snowfall has left multiple communities with more salt left over and more to be shipped through contracts with the Ohio Department of Transportation. Bentleyville is no exception, especially with the village’s upcoming plans to replace its salt storage …

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When former Solon resident Sharon Rotblatt began the local chapter of the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance more than six years ago, she was a caregiver for a loved one with a mental illness and experiencing a feeling of isolation.

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Regionalism is what the Chagrin/Southeast Hazmat Response Team is all about. Everyone benefits from a small investment that offers great capabilities, said Mark Vedder, director of the team and a Chagrin Falls firefighter. The hazmat team serves 33 communities in the Chagrin Valley and beyond.

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BENTLEYVILLE — Police Chief Gabe Barone is researching options for a new police car in 2020, possibly a hybrid Ford interceptor or sports utility vehicle. If the village decides to purchase a hybrid, it would be the first for the department.

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In 1978, the singing duo Peaches & Herb released what would be their biggest hit and a song whose sentiment would become the anthem for high school reunions across the world, including Chagrin Falls where Tiger graduates of all classes meet to remember.

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Recently, my daughter bought her wedding gown and I bought my mother-of-the-bride gown, two events that could easily have been marked by drama, arguing and exhaustion. But actually, both tasks were simple, successful and fun. To accomplish this, all you need is a perfect daughter and a perfe…

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Some area residents are experiencing sticker shock with their water bills. At a recent Bentleyville Village Utilities Committee meeting, Councilman Ryan Rubin said that some homeowners on Chagrin Valley Trails were surprised by their alarmingly high water bills. Village officials have said t…

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Bentleyville’s mayor is rethinking how to approach needed tax increases for the village after levies failed in three nearby Cuyahoga County communities during the Nov. 6 general election.

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Democrat Phil Robinson won the District 6 state representative seat by a margin of 1,300 votes over Republican Jim Trakas in a tight race during the general election on Tuesday. This was Mr. Robinson’s first bid for a political office.