Even during the current unrest around the nation, Solon police are seeing support from city residents, Police Chief Richard A. Tonelli said last week.
Solon city officials said they are receiving repeated complaints of various trucks and campers parked in the vacant Liberty Ford parking lot on Aurora Road, and the matter is being addressed this week.
Superintendent Fred Bolden gave a brief update on several proposed policy changes at the Solon Board of Education meeting on Monday. The policies are set to be approved at the next meeting. Gov. Mike DeWine required all schools to write a mask policy due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Mr. Bolden …
Solon’s financial outlook has improved slightly despite revenue loss linked to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, city officials said last week.
Difficult, non-existent, challenging, dangerous. Those are some of the words Solon residents used to describe connectivity in their community. Mayor Edward H. Kraus is striving to change that.
Industrial Commercial Properties, the Solon-based developer that once eyed the former Liberty Ford site, is aiming for future development of unused land in the city’s industrial area.
The city is taking one step further in its five- to 10-year Solon Connect plan, a community improvement project that would provide walkability and connectivity.
Although the coronavirus pandemic has had financial implications on the city of Solon in terms of loss of revenue, the city’s wastewater treatment plant is not seeing adverse effects as of yet, Director Paul Solanics said.
Solon Mayor Edward H. Kraus confirmed last week that there is a developer associated with the former Liberty Ford site on Aurora Road that was the focus of a successful rezoning ballot issue last fall.
Although it does not make a substantial impact on the city’s projected revenue shortfall of $7.1 million due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Solon has continued to use its $213,000 in funding from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act.
Over a month since its re-opening during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Solon Community Center is seeing less daily foot traffic, Director of Recreation Rich Parker said last week.
It’s all in for the Solon City School District for the upcoming academic year, and face coverings are required for all students and staff. But for those who may not feel ready to attend school in person, the district is also offering a virtual option.
When Solon business owner Chyanne Perry learned in mid-March of the potential shutdown of nonessential businesses due to the coronavirus pandemic, she wasn’t sure what the next steps would be.