A majority of Chardon City Council voiced their support last week for Chardon Local Schools’ plans to remake the district after hearing school Superintendent Michael Hanlon present his case.
The Geauga County Board of Commissioners gathered someplace a little different last week: the Great Geauga County Fair. The meeting itself was different, too, as the commissioners honored Totally Dogs 4-H Club, the Geauga County Soil and Water Conservation District and Vern Holden of Nebraska.
The Geauga County Department of Water Resources will hold a public hearing for the tentative assessment of constructing sanitary sewer services to 113 households in the Berkshire Heights Subdivision in Chardon Township in the Geauga County Sewer District, 470 Center St., Building No. 8.
Chardon Square will shine in a new light as Chardon city officials prepared last week to implement a decorative lighting plan for the trees that line Main Street.
Chardon city planners kept their promise Monday to promote economic development and second-floor apartments on Chardon Square as they approved the demolition of a house just off the square to make way for a future restaurant.
“That was a bad storm that came in 1990,” said Howard Schmies, a resident of the senior living community Maplewood at Chardon. “The trees would go over and take a big clump of roots with them.”
A Tim Hortons coffee shop, unique to Ohio and the nation, may land in the city of Chardon if a traffic study provides the answers city officials are looking for.
Geauga County Commissioner Ralph Spidalieri said he’s had enough of the ongoing dispute between the Geauga County Probate and Juvenile Court and county auditor and has an easy solution.
The Chardon police were put in the middle of the dispute between the Geauga County auditor and Geauga County Probate and Juvenile Court last week as accusations of theft and threats spilled over onto Chardon’s Main Street with a robed Judge Timothy Grendell reportedly shouting his objections.
A driver was injured at around 11 a.m. Wednesday (July 3) in Chardon Township when his Fed Ex truck traveling at Kirtland-Chardon and Wisner roads rolled over on the bridge spanning the Chagrin River, according to the Chardon Fire Department
Accusations of an uncooperative relationship between the Geauga County Probate and Juvenile Court and Geauga County Auditor continued last week along with promises of more legal action in the future.
A 66-year-old Chardon Township man kept police at bay for 13 hours Sunday night into Monday morning before leading them on a slow speed chase.
Geauga County Probate and Juvenile Court Judge Timothy Grendell is now questioning the county commissioners’ authority in approving some bills from the court.
The city of Chardon agreed last week to take another look at planned work for shoring up the bandstand on Chardon Square after those who built the structure questioned the city’s plans for repairs.
The “last line of defense” held last week as state legislators removed a proposed amendment to a bill that would have eliminated reviews by county auditors of bills submitted by courts.
Chardon Township residents, facing assessments in the neighborhood of $30,000, gave it their best shot, but fell short of qualifying for relief from that assessment.
The Chardon City Council Service Committee recommended that the city proceed with a $1.935 million project to address constant water breaks along Chardon Avenue and repair pavement.
CHARDON — Although they acknowledged the need, city planners were not sold Monday on the latest proposal for a men’s homeless shelter in the city.
A project to restore important sections of the Griswold Creek, a tributary of the Chagrin River, is designed to prevent flooding and erosion, according to experts who were supervising activities last week.
Geauga County Commissioners will be looking to whittle down 10 applications for Community Development Block Grants that include requests for money for a summer lunch program, two vehicles to service senior citizens and access to public buildings for the disabled.