Aurora City Council on Dec. 11 unanimously approved the transfer of $3,351,000 from the general fund to the city operations fund to, according to the legislation, “help finance future property purchases.”
The City of Ravenna is looking into constructing new safety buildings for fire and police and possibly City Hall. The buildings would be built on a five-acre area that used to be where the old Ravenna High School stood.
Aurora city leaders on Dec. 11 bid farewell to longtime Council Member Harold Hatridge, who is retiring after 12 years of service.
Aurora city leaders say they will take $1,341,527 from the city’s general fund and almost $1.29 million from its share of Covid relief fund distributions to pay for nearly 100 acres of land on and around the former Geauga Lake amusement park.
Concerned that state legislators will carry through with stated intentions to tweak Ohio’s recent vote legalizing recreational marijuana, council members on Nov. 20 unanimously approved a 12-month moratorium on accepting filings.
Aurora city leaders recently approved a two-year contract with its firefighters union, which netted a pay raise of approximately 3% for 2024.
The present water tower that can be seen from State Route 14 will be demolished and replaced by a water tank that will be built by Tank Industry Consultants.
Aurora City Council on Nov. 6 approved a five-year, $87,500 contract with Flock Safety, which maintains and stores data from seven license plate readers it leases to the city.
Deerfield Township residents elected Laura Lindberg to its board of trustees, replacing incumbent Mark Bann, according to unofficial results of the Nov. 7 vote.
The Ravenna School District is reaching out to the Ravenna Area Chamber of Commerce and its members in hopes of creating a partnership designed to help Ravenna High School’s most at-risk seniors become work-ready before graduation in May.