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Butternut conversion work underway

By Jeff Gallatin NORTH OLMSTED Work got underway this week on transforming the former Butternut School into the North Olmsted School District’s administration and bus center. Work on the conversion is expected to take most of the summer, but is scheduled to be completed in time for the start of the 2016-2017 school year. The […]

City, school attorneys working on Pine issues

By Jeff Gallatin NORTH OLMSTED North Olmsted Mayor Kevin Kennedy is “encouraged” by city and school district attorneys’ recent discussions about having the board of education consider allowing the city to begin construction of a storm water retention basin on the Pine School. Kennedy said Monday that city Law Director Michael Gareau Jr. had received a letter late last […]

School’s Phase 1 construction plan gets recommended

By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted City Council’s building zoning and development committee gave a green light to Phase 1 of the North Olmsted School’s plans for building $90 million in new capital improvements in the next two years. Committee Vice Chairman Paul Barker and member Angela Williamson both voted May 31 for Phase 1 which […]

City mulling proposed stormwater maintenance pact at Butternut

By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted Municipal officials are reviewing a proposed inspection and maintenance agreement between the city and North Olmsted schools for a stormwater detention basin at the district’s new administration center at the former Butternut School site. School district officials unanimously approved the proposal at a special meeting Saturday morning at the district’s […]

 

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