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This week, citizens are being asked to weigh in on their broadband connection because Solon officials are still deciding whether the city should become an internet provider for residents and businesses.

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A volunteer Community Life Committee, which formed a year ago, has set their sights on an amphitheater for the City of Solon and shared their thoughts with City Council Monday.

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He was just trying to stop the bleeding in the final 15 miles as a first-time competitor during the 13th Burning River 100-Mile Endurance Run on Saturday and Sunday through Cuyahoga Falls, Akron, Peninsula and Stow.

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Beginning next week, the Solon Service Department will conduct a citywide treatment of adult mosquitoes based on a rise in their population.

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Solon’s fire department continues to improve, proof of which was unveiled recently as part of an ISO Fire Rating, Chief William J. Shaw explained last week.

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Progress is being made toward the largest part of the $7.1 million intersection improvement project at SOM Center and Aurora roads – the widening of the intersection, Dan Driscoll, construction project administrator, said last week.

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Without a unanimous vote of City Council Monday and despite opposition from the primary property owner in the area, a mixed-use rezoning proposal encompassing 21.76 acres in the area of Aurora Road will find its place on the Nov. 5 ballot.

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A Solon business owner was arrested as part of the undercover operation Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, which was conducted in Northeast Ohio during the Major League Baseball All-Star week in Cleveland last week.

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Hopefully, the 35 freshmen heading to Ohio Northern University with lacrosse sticks in stow for the 2016 season had packed plenty of coconut oil, because their growing pains no doubt would be full of stretch marks.

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The City of Solon is continuing to roll out its new logo and branding image, a process that can take up to six months, Angee Shaker, director of business development said last week.

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A Solon youth once again appealed to Solon city officials last week regarding what he described as unsafe situations in the city.

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During summer, about 100 lifeguards young and old are in place, ensuring the safety of swimmers using the pools at the Community Center and Arthur Road, and enjoying camaraderie all the while.

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The success of the Solon Police Department’s Safe Passages program, which aids individuals battling addiction, was outlined for City Council’s Safety and Public Properties Committee at a recent meeting.