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Monthly Archives: January, 2012

North Olmsted school board approves treasurer’s moves despite Lasko’s concerns

By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted North Olmsted school board officials continued to differ about contracts within district Treasurer Robert Matson’s office. Board members approved two treasurer’s office pacts at the Jan. 18 school board meeting, but not before some maneuvers by board and district officials. The moves came one meeting after board members John Lasko [...]

Kasler honored in plaque ceremony at North Olmsted Fire Station 2

By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted Even the weather cooperated with sunshine Friday when a group of family, friends and community members honored former North Olmsted official and resident Carolyn Kasler for her many contributions to the city. “What a great day this is,” North Olmsted Law Director Michael Gareau Jr., and longtime friend of  Kasler, [...]

North Olmsted group proposing installing new field turf, other improvements at stadium

By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted A group of North Olmsted athletic boosters and area businesses have planted a seed they hope will grow into new field turf and other stadium improvements for the district’s athletic programs. Bill Escher, president of the North Olmsted Eagle Boosters, outlined at the Jan. 18 school board meeting a proposal [...]

Congressional district split should not divide city

Rocky River By Sue Botos Although Rocky River is one of the smaller Westshore communities, with a population of 20,735, it is the only one being divided by the recently approved congressional redistricting. Currently, Congressman Dennis Kucinich represents the city, which is part of District 10. Due to Ohio’s loss of population, as recorded in [...]

 

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