Ethics Board schedules 2014 meetings
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Strongsville construction may impact Brunswick traffic on 42
The City of Strongsville is beginning improvements to Pearl Road, a project which is expected to take about 18 months. The affected area on Pearl will be at the southern end of Strongsville leading up to Boston Road. Though two way traffic is expected to be maintained during the course of the project, motorists traveling north of the Pearl/Boston intersection can expect traffic delays, depending on the phase of the project.
Medina County wants your input on solid waste and recycling
The Medina County Solid Waste Technical Advisory Committee is seeking public input on the district's current solid waste and recycling practices and future direction. Please consider taking a few minutes and filling out this survey to provide additional comments on the Solid Waste District's current service and future direction. The Technical Advisory Committee thanks you taking the time to provide this feedback.
Public hearing on proposed changes to BTA routes
The City of Brunswick will hold a public hearing on proposed changes to the Brunswick Transit Alternative (BTA) routes on Wednesday, December 4, 2013 at 2 pm in Council Chambers at Brunswick City Hall, 4095 Center Road.
Info for snow plow contractors and customers
All private snow removal contractors are reminded they must register with the City prior to engaging in the activity of removing snow on property other than what they own or occupy. Click here for a printable snow removal registration form. You can also find a link to this form by going to the Fast Find menu above and clicking on "Snow plow operators". Residents looking to hire a snow plow contractor should use the same link in the Fast Find menu above.
Learning about our government:
thoughts of our community's children
Learning about how your government works to build a safe and secure community is important for young children. During a recent field trip, elementary students met building inspectors, finance/tax department staff, the city manager, fire fighters, and police personnel. Click here to see what they learned, in their own words.
Safety Fair a big success
Rain didn't stop over three hundred from attending the Police and Fire Kids Safety Fair. Story.
Building Code Board is looking for someone to serve
The Building Code Board of Appeals has an opening. Click for more information.
FY 2012 CHIP Grant applications now being accepted
The City is accepting applications from residents for the fiscal year 2012 CHIP Grant, which can cover activities such as private home rehabilitation, home repair, down payment assistance and emergency housing assistance. Read about the programs, elegibility requirements and more here.
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