Public meeting for Venus Park Stream Restoration Project
The City Council and Administration will hold a public meeting concerning the stream restoration project planned within Venus Park. The meeting will be held at 7:00 pm, on Thursday, May 30th in City Council Chambers at City Hall. The purpose of the public meeting will be to provide an overview of the project and review the proposed plans.
The implementation of the proposed improvements is facilitated by a 100% grant from a partnership program between the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency and the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District known as the Water Resource Restoration Sponsor Program (WRRSP). The Water Resource Restoration Sponsor Program was created to counter the loss of ecological function and biological diversity that jeopardizes the health of Ohio’s water resources. The scope of the proposed project is to restore approximately 1000 linear feet of incised channel in Venus Park using natural stream channel design. The benefits of the proposed project include improved water quality and increased wildlife habitats through the reduction of sediment and pollutant loads.
Members of City Council and the Administration will be on hand to answer any questions that residents may have concerning this project. Input from residents is always encouraged. For any questions prior to the meeting, please contact the Engineering Department at 330-558-6880.
Free Hepatitis C screening
Boomers should be the first in line
The Medina County Health Department will offer a free Hepatitis C screening clinic with test results on Monday, May 20, 2013, from 4:30 pm until 7:00 pm at 4800 Ledgewood Drive in Medina. An appointment is required. Some test results will need to be confirmed by additional testing from a healthcare provider. Hepatitis C screening test supplies are limited and appointments will be made first come, first served. Why boomers?
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The Division of Fire is now flushing hydrants throughout the City. If your water becomes discolored, please run it until it clears.
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