The Westlake City School District is offering community an opportunity to buy bonds that will fund the construction of the new elementary school during before they are sold on the secondary market.
City Council President Mike Killeen wants to move forward with the city’s proposed recreation master plan and place a funding measure before voters this November. Money raised by extending the existing income tax specified for recreational purposed by one-eighth of 1 percent (0.00125) for 25 years would pay for roughly $20 million in new recreation amenities and $10 million for a new community center center.
By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted Three people, including a United Way official, a law enforcement professional and a longtime school educator, have applied so far to fill the Ward 2 City Council seat which will open next week when incumbent Paul Barker’s resignation takes effect. Marco Cuevas, who is a project manager and Efforts to […]
By Jeff Gallatin Bay Village A former longtime school board member and former city councilwoman are among the record 16 candidates seeking to replace Dwight Clark as a councilman at large on City Council. Bill Selong, a longtime sales manager for Proctor and Gamble and member of the Bay Village school board from 2000 to […]