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Archive | October, 2013

October 14th-18th Leaf Pickup Update

Leaf-pickupLeaf pickup begins TODAY, October 14th.  It is expected to move quickly on the first pass because there are not a large number of leaf piles yet.

October 14th:  Solon Road then move towards, Greenbrier, Monticello, Carriage Stone, Olive, Hall, Bellview and Bradley streets.

October 15th:  S. Franklin/Bellview/Bradley/Maple/Church/Walnut/Water/Center/ W. Washington areas

October 16th-17th: Start on S. Main Street then on to May Ct./Elm Ct./Village Cir./E. Washington/Senlac Hills/Hastings/Heather/Tartan/Highland/Philomethian/Bell/Ridgewood

October 18th:  N. Main / Solether /Stanridge / Locust / Timber Ridge / Kenton / Chagrin Blvd. / W. Orange / and Bentleyville Rd.

Left to complete: Summit/E. Orange St.

FIRST PASS COMPLETE

Senior Council Flu Shot Program Oct. 16th

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Wednesday, October 16th, 2013
9:00 am to 11:00 am
 
Hamlet Clubhouse
324 Hamlet Hills Drive
Chagrin Falls, OH

 
 

Chagrin Falls Senior Council and Chagrin Falls Village are offering flu shots for area residents.  Flu shots will be given by CVS in Chagrin Falls and are free with Medicare insurance.  Shots are available to those without insurance for $25.  Preregistration is required.  To register, call Chagrin Falls Village at 440-247-5050 from 10/7- 10/11.  Refreshments, arthritis foundation exercise classes and blood pressure testing by Home Instead Senior Care will be provided throughout the morning.
 
Chagrin Senior Council is Mayor Brick’s committee serving seniors in Chagrin Falls.  The Council operates a non-emergency help line for seniors and provides information on resources for seniors.  Chagrin Falls provides guardian calling services with Chagrin Falls Police and offers senior van transportation through Chagrin Falls Village.  Call 247-1015 and press 6 for the senior center.  Visit the Senior Section of the Chagrin Falls Village Website for more information. 

Police Host Benefit For Baldwin Family

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To help Officer Michael Baldwin and his family with  medical  costs  incurred  by  his  wife’s  illness.

Sunday October 13, 2013
5:30-7:30 p.m.

Chagrin Valley Roller Rink

224 South Main Street

Chagrin Falls, Ohio

Admission: Donations will be taken at the door

Skate Rental $4.00
50/50 raffle prize and a bake sale

For more information or to make a donation call Amber Dacek or Lisa Mariola at 440-247-7321

Voter Information on Village Renewal Levy

Dear Chagrin Falls Resident:

On November 5th, Village voters will be asked to vote on a 5.5 mill General Fund renewal levy which would begin to be collected starting in January of 2015. This five year levy simply RENEWS a 5.5 mill tax issue which expires at the end of next year. The Village General Fund operating levy has been 5.5 voted mills for 34 years.

The proposed levy is a renewal of the current tax rate and WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR PROPERTY TAXES. Your Village tax bill will remain the same.

The levy generates $975,000 per year, nearly 20% of the Village General Fund Budget. The following are services funded by your property tax dollars:

  • Police and Fire Protection
  • Street Maintenance
  • Rubbish Pick-Up
  • Ambulance Service
  • Snow Removal
  • Parks

If you are interested in obtaining further information on this levy, please call me or Dave Bloom, Finance Director at (440) 247-5050.

Sincerely,

Mayor Thomas Brick

Councilman Steve Patton, President

Councilman Janis Evans, President Pro Tem

Councilman Justin Herdman

Councilman James Holdren

Councilman Janna Lutz

Councilman Jim Newell

Councilman Rick Subel

Council Candidate Tom Muscenti

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