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The Village of Burton’s abundant tree population will receive expert care for another year from its long-time Arborist Debbie Palmisano.

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Burton Village Council last Monday discussed and approved upon first reading a resolution to approve the grant agreement between the Ohio Department of Development and the Village of Burton for the Dean Court Waterline Replacement Project.

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BURTON — Students and faculty of the Berkshire Local School District will have to wait until next fall to move into the new all-grade building after construction came to a standstill due to global supply chain delays, officials said on Tuesday.

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During a joint meeting with Burton council last week, the Board of Public Affairs approved a resolution on first reading amending rules of home inspections for sellers that would give the village legal protection.

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Laughter and tears filled the halls of Burton Elementary last week as former students bid their final goodbyes to the school, which will close at the end of the year to make way for the new $42 million all-grade Berkshire Local School District building opening in January of 2022.

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Members of the Village of Burton Historic District Review Board Monday discussed plans for meeting with the property owner on West Center Street who installed a metal roof on his home without the needed permit from the board.

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Burton Village Council members on Monday held another round of discussions with the Historical District Review Board regarding a recommendation for penalties if homeowners install metal roofs without a permit.

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Muskets, cannons and flags, both Union and Confederate, were in full display on the grounds of the Century Village Museum in Burton last weekend during the 2021 Civil War reenactment.

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BURTON — There was a full house at the Village Council meeting on Monday. After more than a year of negotiation between Burton Village and Burton Township, a public hearing was held seeking input on the proposed creation of a joint economic development district for Berkshire Local School Dis…

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BURTON — The village Planning Commission last week approved a lot split that would pave the way for the Demko family to develop an $18 million senior living community on 41 acres southwest of Route 87.

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Burton Village Council approved the purchase of a new copy machine from Lake Business Products of Cuyahoga Falls last week.

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Geauga County Commissioners took the final steps last week to approve an annexation of land into Burton Village, but their action sparked further discussion about the cost to taxpayers.

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Director of the Geauga County Soil and Water Conservation District Carmella Shale informed commissioners on Tuesday that the district is looking into reports of silt running into the county fairgrounds in Burton.

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A third attempt by Burton Township Trustees last week to resolve a revenue-splitting agreement with Burton Village on two township properties put a hold on the village’s plans to go it alone.

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Averting a near complete collapse in talks last week, Burton Village officials were able to strike a deal with Berkshire school officials for payment on an estimated $315,000 water tap-in fee.