Westlake Porter Library’s goal of offering services to families with special needs was underscored by the hiring in January of Rebecca Shook. Sixty percent of Shook’s time working at Porter will be devoted to special needs services and programming, hence her title of special needs resource librarian.
By Jeff Gallatin Bay Village Bay City Council President Paul Koomar said city residents could make the first town hall meeting in several years a capital time. Koomar said the meeting has been tentatively set for March 31 at the Dwyer Center, a fifth Monday, on which City Council normally would not meet. After some [...]
Anthony Raffin was the top scorer on the promotional exam administered in early February by the city’s civil service commission. Under the city’s civil service rules, the top scorer automatically becomes chief.
By Sue Botos Westshore This seemingly endless winter has pushed back the construction schedule of the Brighton Chase apartment complex on Center Ridge Road, but the completion date for the first of three planned phases is still set for May. “The winter has been brutal. It’s definitely slowed progress, but we’re still shooting for the [...]