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Superintendent forecasts bright future for North Olmsted schools

By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted Superintendent Mike Zalar believes numbers show the future is bright for the North Olmsted City School District. “We’re entering a golden era for the North Olmsted City Schools,” Zalar told the North Olmsted Chamber of Commerce in his annual State of the Schools address at the Radisson Hotel. Zalar said […]

Rain concerns cause Bay fireworks talks to sputter

By Jeff Gallatin Bay Village Getting a new contract for an old favorite proved difficult for Bay Village City Council Monday. Council, acting as the Cahoon Memorial Park Trustees, chose not to act on giving the contract for the annual Bay Days fireworks display to Hamburg Fireworks, the Lancaster, Ohio firm, for $11,000 – the […]

Pine school property dispute goes to nonbinding mediation

By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted North Olmsted city and school officials have agreed to nonbinding mediation as the next step in their two-year dispute over the sale price of property near Pine School where the city is building a flood control retention basin. North Olmsted law Director Michael Gareau Jr. said the move is an […]

Rahm appointed to Ward 2 council seat

By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted New Ward 2 Councilman Daniel Rahm intends to help North Olmsted meet community goals after he met a personal one by being appointed to the seat left open when longtime member Paul Barker resigned to take a property maintenance inspector’s job with the city. Rahm, a North Olmsted native, is […]

 

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