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CHARDON — City Council last week approved a five-year capital improvement plan with the vast majority of money earmarked for infrastructure and facility improvements, equipment and vehicles.

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CHARDON —Township trustees met with county engineers and a Holden Arboretum official last week to discuss whether residents have access to the Chagrin River through a portion of Wisner Road that was acquired by the arboretum last year.

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Voters in the city of Chardon will directly elect their mayor for the first time since the late 1970s, with current council members Chris Grau and Nancy McArthur running for the top seat on the Nov. 2 general election ballot.

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Chardon Planning Commission members last week approved a request from Frontier Land Group for an amendment to an approved concept plan for the Maple Ridge Planned Residential Development Subdivision formerly known as Brooks Meadows.

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The Geauga Park District board met early this morning (Friday) to hear corrected budget information from its fiscal officer just four days after Geauga County Budget Commission members were highly critical of the spending plan pointing out a $1.9 million gap.

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CHARDON— After discontent from county residents and elected officials, Geauga Public Health Commissioner Thomas Quade apologized for sharing controversial social media posts regarding COVID-19 vaccines and masking protocols on his personal Facebook account on Sunday.

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The Chardon Board of Education is moving ahead in the process of placing a 15-year bond issue on the Nov. 2 ballot estimated to be 0.63-mills for facilities improvements around the district.

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For Chardon’s football team, 2020 was a season of dreams after going undefeated and winning the OHSAA Division III State Championship title all while navigating through adversity brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. But no one imagined they would be challenged once again due to delays brough…

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As a starting point in the budget process, Chardon City Council last week approved the 2022 preliminary tax budget following a public hearing that reflects anticipated tax revenue at 2019 collection levels.

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Chardon Planning Commission members last week approved a variance request from Rick Sommers from Center Cherry, LLC to allow for the installation of an overhead electric service line for the new Starbucks coffee house.

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The Chardon Board of Education Monday approved the district’s permanent appropriations of $59.9 million to close out the 2021 fiscal year.

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Mapledale Farm Landscape Supplies was named Small Business of the Year during the Chardon Area Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Banquet and Awards Ceremony held June 15 at the St. Denis Golf Club.

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Seeking to end the ongoing litigation between the county and Chardon in regards to the construction of the new office building in Claridon Township, the Geauga Commissioners are declaring the case has no standing as there is no intention to move the county seat from the city.

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The City of Chardon filed a motion for summary judgment on Thursday in Geauga County Court of Common Pleas, asking the court to declare that the usual office of the Geauga County Board of County Commissioners be maintained in the Geauga County seat in the City of Chardon and not moved out of…

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CHARDON — Residents will be seeing more trees around the city now that it’s spring planting time. The Chardon Shade Tree Committee met on Monday to discuss details of plantings.

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Retired Geauga County Sheriff Daniel Claire McClelland, 67, died Wednesday after a long illness, officials from the sheriff’s office announced.

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The Chardon Hilltoppers baseball team was riding a high after a wild game against Western Reserve Conference rivals the Kenston Bombers on April 7 when they snatched victory from the jaws of defeat by scoring two runs in the bottom of the seventh to walk it off. It seemed that Chardon was be…

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After countless hours of working with venues and collaboration with the student body, Chardon High School’s outdoor commencement ceremony is expected to take place at 7:30 p.m. on May 28 at Chardon Memorial Field.

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An Aurora resident was charged with aggravated vehicular homicide and OVI following a SUV-pedestrian accident on March 26 in Bainbridge where a man was killed, according to Chardon Municipal Court records.

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CHARDON — The city Park Board is busy making plans for the upcoming summer season conducting phone interviews for part-time summer staff with the intention of operating a normal schedule this year.

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CHARDON — Signage changes and altering of trim colors will be coming soon to the Walmart Supercenter after city Planning Commission members last week approved plans for exterior renovations at the Meadowlands Town Center.

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CHARDON — Work is scheduled to begin on the Chardon Avenue and Canfield Drive road pavement improvement project beginning in the late spring or early summer, city officials said last week.

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CHARDON — The Tax Incentive Review Council met on March 2 to discuss the city’s tax increment financing and residential incentive district balances for Hidden Glen, Cider Mill, Windemere & Willow-Tree and Thistle Creek.