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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.

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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.

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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

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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.

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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.

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The Chardon Board of Education approved the hiring of Deb Armbruster for the district’s open treasurer position at a special meeting on May 24.

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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.

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Chardon Township residents who face bills of up to $30,000 in assessments for a new central sewer system to serve their neighborhood are hoping to find relief from local legislators.

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The Geauga Park District Board of Commissioners awarded bids and approved contracts in preparation for several upcoming projects at its regular meeting Tuesday.

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Chardon City Council laid out its spending plan for 2019 that includes completing a citywide trail, new technology for crime fighting, a touch of ambiance for Chardon Square, an expanded park, new sidewalks in the southern part of the city and even a little money to update council members’ w…

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An attempt to provide for home occupations while still protecting the character of residential neighborhoods in Chardon Township came under fire last week as trustees opened a public hearing on the matter.

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By the spring of 2020, the city of Chardon will be paving the way for a new route for hikers and bikers as it put the final pieces of a citywide trail into place last week.