Sunday, May 24, 2015

Auburn Considers New $2M Facility

May 21, 2015 by Diane Ryder | No Comments

Auburn Township's current road garage is undersized and cramped, has no floor drains, a primitive bathroom and is falling apart, according to an architect's study…

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Teens, Parents Sued Over Russell House Fire

May 21, 2015 by John Karlovec | No Comments

The victims in a December 2014 arson in Russell Township are suing three teenagers who allegedly started the fire that destroyed their rented home.The plaintiffs,…

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Birds of a Feather Flock Together at Park District

May 21, 2015 by ByRose Nemunaitis | No Comments

In the past 50 years bird watching " now widely pursued as birding " has grown to be one of the most popular outdoor pursuits in America, reported second only to gardening. Dan BestI've met a lot of really nice people because of birding. It's been a good stress reliever over the years. Bonnie Fish

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Longtime Barber Looks Back on Five Decades in Biz

May 21, 2015 by Gwen Cooper | No Comments

Chardon barber John Gamiere figures he has given over 280,000 haircuts in a career that has spanned 57 years, so far. For those doing the…

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Supreme Court Halts Chester Trustees, Park District Proceedings

May 21, 2015 by John Karlovec | No Comments

No provision of (Ohio Revised Code) Chapter 1545 gives any power to a probate court to issue an order to 'adequately fund' a park district. Attorney Todd Raskin

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Fairy Gardening Brings Magic to Geauga Parks

May 21, 2015 by Danielle Young | No Comments

Some might say magic was in the air Saturday evening at The West Woods Nature Center in Russell Township.This was due to the Fairy Gardening…

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Adam Hall in Need of Repairs, Auburn Township Trustees Told

May 21, 2015 by Diane Ryder | No Comments

Adam Hall in Auburn Township continues to be a money pit, with another $31,000 needed in roof and ceiling repairs, trustees said at their May…

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News Briefs

May 21, 2015 by Staff Report | No Comments

@News Briefs 20ptML:Burton to Install New Water MetersThe Burton Village Board of Public Affairs has started a project to install new remote read water meters…

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Judge Objects to Geauga Parks? Vulnerability

May 21, 2015 by Ann Wishart | No Comments

(If passed, HB8) ... would constitute a backdoor way of dragging our parks into the oil and gas business without your consent or approval. Tim GrendellIt's been out of our hands for a long time. We have no control over it. Mary Ruth Shumway

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Current Consolidation Timeline

May 21, 2015 by Ann Wishart | No Comments

Legislation created by Sen. John Patterson and supported by Rep. Sarah LaTourette and Sen. John Eklund includes the following timeline: Sept. 2015: school boards pass…

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