This Event will be on Thursday July 5th do to the 4th of July Holiday
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS/PUBLIC NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Sealed bids will be received at the Chief Administrator’s Office, Village Hall, 21 West Washington Street, Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44022 until 12:00 p.m. Noon on July 13, 2018 and will be opened and read immediately thereafter for the
WELLFIELD-GREENBRIER WATER TRANSMISSION MAIN
OPWC FUNDED PROJECT
COMPLETION DATE: NOVEMBER 15, 2018
Bids must be in accordance with specifications and on forms available from CT Consultants, Inc., 8150 Sterling Court, Mentor, Ohio 44060 at a non‑refundable cost of One Hundred Twenty-Five Dollars ($125.00) picked up or One Hundred Fifty Dollars ($150.00) mailed.
The bid specifications, drawings, plan holders list, addenda, and other bid information may be obtained via the internet at www.ctconsultants.com/bidinfo/index.html . The bidder shall be responsible to check for Addenda and obtain same from the web site.
All contractors and subcontractors involved with the project will, to the extent practicable use Ohio products, materials, services, and labor in the implementation of this project. Additionally, contractor compliance with the equal employment opportunity requirements of Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 123, the Governor’s Executive Order of 1972, and Governor’s Executive Order 84-9 shall be required.
DOMESTIC STEEL USE REQUIREMENTS AS SPECIFIED IN SECTION 153.011 OF THE REVISED CODE APPLY TO THIS PROJECT. COPIES OF SECTION 153.011 OF THE REVISED CODE CAN BE OBTAINED FROM ANY OF THE OFFICES OF THE OHIO DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES.
June 15, 2018
Village of Chagrin Falls
April 9, 2018 Regular Council Meeting 7:00 PM
- Pledge of Allegiance
- Roll call and action concerning absentees
- Approval of the minutes from the Regular Council Meeting held March 26, 2018.
- Report of the Mayor: William A. Tomko
- Report of the Finance Director: David B. Bloom
- Members of the public to speak to agenda items (Not to exceed 2 minutes per person)
- Report of the Law Director: Dale Markowitz
- Ordinance No. 2018-24 – An ordinance amending and replacing Chapter 1146, Historic Preservation Regulations of the Planning andZoning Code of the Codified Ordinances of the Village of Chagrin Falls. 1st Reading 3-26-18, Public Hearing scheduled for 5-14-1 8.
- Ordinance No. 2018-25 – An ordinance amending the position classification and salary schedule for various positions within the Village of Chagrin Falls and declaring an emergency. New legislation.
- Ordinance No. 2018-26 – An ordinance amending codified ordinance Section 5aa.I4(a) to increase the composition of the Shade Tree Commission from six (6) members to seven (7) members and eliminating the residency requirement. New legislation.
- Council Committee Reports
- Streets & Sidewalks Committee: Erinn Grube
- Facilities & Services Committee: Jan Evans
- Planning &, Zoning Commission: Nancy Rogoff
- Safety Committee: Angela DeBernardo
- Utilities Committee: Jim Newell
- Board of Zoning Appeals: Karl Maersch
- Administration & Compensation Committee: Julia Lipp
- Finance Committee: Karl Maersch
- Parks Commission: Erinn Grube
- Shade Tree Commission: Angela DeBernardo
- Arts Commission: Nancy Rogoff
- Parking Commission: Jim Newell
- Cemetery Commission: Julia Lipp
- Report of the Chief Administrative Officer: Rob Jamieson
- Report of the Engineer: Tim Lannon
- Report of the Police Chief: Amber Dacek
- Report of the Fire Chief: Frank M. Zugan
- Members of the public to speak to any matter (not to exceed 5 minutes)
Upcoming Meeting Currently Scheduled
In response to requests from residents, the Parks Commission approved two signs to be placed in Riverside Park with information about healthy diets for waterfowl. Ducks, geese and other waterfowl face serious health complications when they eat empty calories, like bread, instead of nutrient rich foods. These health issues can impact their ability to fly, migrate, reproduce and escape predators.
Fortunately, it is easy to offer our feathered friends a healthy snack. Fresh foods like cut seedless grapes, cooked rice, peas, corn and lettuce are all great options. The Hardware Store sells bags of corn for $1.
The signs will be placed in mid-April on existing poles.
More information about the impacts of feeding waterfowl bread can be found here.
By Erinn Grube
The first of three parking presentations took place on Wednesday January 11th in Township Hall. Full video of the event is presented below. The presentation begins at about 5 minutes in, and questions begin at 45 minutes in.
On behalf of your Village, I would like to thank the residents for their overwhelming support of Issue 25 and your trust in Village Administration and Council to put your money to work on much needed repairs to the community.
Your trust will not be misplaced.
Your Village Administration and Council will now work together to implement the capital improvement and maintenance plan that will assure that Chagrin Falls remains the Village we have all have come to treasure
William Tomko Karl Maersch
Mayor Council President
The Village of Chagrin Falls would like to invite the community to the annual Arbor Day Ceremony on Saturday, May 14th at 10:00 a.m. at the Vincent Street Arboretum, located on the North side of Vincent Street just east of Bell Street.
Arbor Day is an international event held to commemorate the importance of trees in our communities.
This event will feature an informative program from the Chagrin Falls Shade Tree Commission on proper tree care and mulching techniques, and the viewing of improvements made to the Ben KingArboretum. Participants can assist Boy Scout Troop 241 with enlarging the mulch rings around the arboretum trees, placing mulch around them, and general cleanup of the woods line in preparation for the creation of a wildflower meadow.
Information will also be provided on the programs and services that the Shade Tree Commission offers to the community. All residents and interested persons are welcome to attend. Refreshments will be served.
The Mayor’s Economic Development Advisory Board was formed in March, 2006. Its mission is:
“The Economic Development Boards objective shall be to improve vitality of the Village Business Community by addressing business community goals and strategies, business retention, business attraction, and business property development and to maintain residential property values.”
Current members are:
Dick Kaplan, Nancy Rogoff, Steve Patton, Thomas Brick, Joanne Zettl, Charlie Marotta, Kathleen Visconsi, Lydia Champlin, Marc Benson, and Elizabeth Hijar.
The Board meets quarterly. There are three focuses:
- To encourage sensible redevelopment within the Village.
- To improve the vitality of Village businesses by encouraging programs to retain and attract business to our community.
- To recommend and implement programs to maintain residential property values.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUP 2014 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
- Continuing to encourage the successful re-developments of River Walk, Spillway and Falls Walk.
- Provided several options for the possible redevelopment of the Philomethian Street School.
- Providing input on various issues affecting the Village including collaborative projects, doing business in the Village and replacing the loss of inheritance taxes.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUP 2015 PRIORITIES
- Help address funding for short term and long term Capital improvements Programs.
- Help address short term and long term General Fund stability.
- Help address improvements in parking & safety issues.
- Continue to encourage the attraction and retention of businesses and address issues that maintain residential property values.
- Continue to encourage redevelopment including River Walk, Falls Walk, Spillway and Marios Spa.
- Help address steps that would better maintain the Village character.
Starting the week of March 30, flushing of hydrants will be done on; Solon Road, Chagrin Valley Trails subdivision, Nob Hill, Monticello, Carriage Stone, Olive, Hall, Hawthorne, Somerset, Greenbrier-Greenhaven.
During the week of April 6, hydrants will be flushed on; Maple, Center, Walnut, Church, Water, West Washington, South Franklin, Cedar, South Street, Bellview, Bradley, Pine, and Oak.
During the week of April 13, hydrants will be flushed on; South Main, Elm Court, May Court, and Village Circle Drive, Miles Road, Winding River Dr., North Fork subdivision, Orchard, Meadow Lane, Bramley Ct., Hillside, West Orange, River Street, West Street, West Summit, Solether Lane, West Cottage, Chagrin Boulevard, Bentleyville Road, Old Plank, Skyline, Canyon.
During the week of April 20, hydrants will be flushed on; North Main (including the Township), East Orange, East Cottage, East Summit, Falls Walk, Stanridge, Lyndale, Locust Lane, Timberidge, Kenton Road, North Street, High Street, North Cleveland, Willow, Falls Road, Stonecreek, Applebrook (including the Township), Coy Lane, High Court, Scarsdale Lane, Hunting Lane, Longwood Drive, Edgewood Court, and Wilding Chase.
During the week of April 27, hydrants will be flushed on; East Washington Street, Pheasant Run Subdivision, Senlac Hills Drive, Hastings Lane, Heather Court, Tartan Court, Highland Lane, Bell Street from Village limits-east, Fairview, Hazelwood, Sylvan, Mapleridge, Birchmont, Woodside Road, Fernwood, Blackford, Laurel, and Clarion, Philomethian Street, Shopping Plaza.
During the week of May 4, hydrants will be flushed on; Ridgewood, Bell Street, Bell Tower, Carriage Hill, Hamlet, Vincent, Columbus, American, Walters, Hickory Hill, Cleveland Street, Village Commons.
Fire hydrants will not be operated before 8:00 a.m. of each day. All immediate areas will notice a drop in pressure while hydrants are operated. Some discolored water will be noticed. It is advisable to do any clothes washing before the time that the crews are in your neighborhood. The water should clear up within 3 or 4 hours after flushing. Occasionally it does take longer. If anyone is in doubt about washing clothes on any particular day, please call the Water Department office at 247-5050 for further information.
Tim Lannon, PE, Village Engineer
The Village recently completed the Solon Road Stormwater Improvements Project funded through a $73,000 Surface Water Improvement Fund (SWIF) grant received from the Ohio EPA. The project is located along River Run path between Monticello Drive and the Village service garage. The project included the installation of a permeable concrete berm on the east side of the road which allows water to flow down through the concrete instead of running off over the surface. The permeable pavement sections are designed to collect and clean the polluted runoff from the road and help solve some of the flooding and erosion that happens along the roadway by letting water soak into the ground naturally instead of ponding on the surface.
On the west side of the roadway, the project included the installation of a series of infiltration swales which lead to a bioretention cell in River Run Park. This bioretention cell was designed to capture polluted stormwater runoff and let it soak into the ground. The vegetated swales and bioretention cell clean and filter stormwater runoff through soil and microbial activity, and reduce runoff through infiltration and uptake by the plants. The water that doesn’t soak into the ground below is slowly released to the nearby Chagrin River. The result is the improvement of the water quality of the river and flooding and erosion problems resulting from too much water running over impervious surfaces like roads.
A public tour of the improvements will be held on Friday, November 14, 2014 at noon. Please meet in the River Run Park parking lot. For more information regarding the project or the tour, contact Debbie Carter 440-247-5050.
Safe Routes Chagrin wants you to get outside and go for a walk before winter weather hits this year – but take your camera or smartphone.
The organization is celebrating the opening of the Mill Street Sidewalks by holding a Chagrin Falls photo contest through November 8th. You can enter your photographs of the Chagrin Falls area by emailing them to email@example.com , dropping off printed photos at the Chagrin Falls public library or uploading publicly visible photos on social media with the hashtag #chagrinwalks.
All submitted photos will be displayed here on the Village of Chagrin Falls website for public voting after November 2nd.
Photos will be available online for public voting until November 8th.
After voting closes on November 8th, photographers with the winning entries will be notified.
Prizes are as follows:
1st prize: Complimentary family photo shoot with Megan Mkalar Photography.
2nd prize: $100 cash prize
3rd prize: $50 cash prize
There is no age limit for entry.
How To Enter:
DEADLINE EXTENDED! All entries must be submitted by 5 PM on November 2, 2014. Submit digital photos by uploading on social media with #chagrinwalks or by emailing your entry along with contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org. Printed photos may be dropped off at the library; contact information should be written on the back of the photo. Photos submitted to the library and to social media using our hashtag will be placed online on the evening of November 1st. All submissions become the property of the contest.
All photos must be taken within the Village of Chagrin Falls and will be subject to approval before being placed online for judging. Please only submit family-friendly material.
Judging & Prizes:
All submitted photos will be displayed online until November 8th. Contest winners will be determined by public vote and will be featured on the Village of Chagrin Falls website. The top three photo entries will receive: First Place: Free photo session through Megan Mlakar Photography Second Place: $100 Third Place: $50
There are unlimited photo-worthy locations and subjects in the area; be creative and show us what you see when you get out and walk.