In her short film “Just One Drop,” Westlake High School sophomore Katie Cirincione uses the image of a leaky faucet both as an example and a metaphor for small environmental problems that, if properly addressed, can have a huge impact.
“We have an excellent opportunity with Issue 121 to replace the four elementary schools with one centrally-located building for grades Pre-K through 4th grade. This new facility would be built to accommodate all of our youngest citizens, with age appropriate separations and shared space and resources.”
Those who are aware of the robotic invasion of the workplace, and best educated to respond to it, will,
in fact, be the most likely to succeed.
With Frank Zolar what you see is what you got. Frank, a longtime official and member of the North Olmsted Democrat Club in North Olmsted, devoted husband and father and supporter of the city in general, left us physically last week at the age of 94. But for those of us who regarded Frank with […]