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Cuyahoga Falls & Silver Lake Community Notes (Aug. 14, 2016)

Published: August 14, 2016 12:00 AM

Village Council will discuss potential change to water rate ordinance Aug. 15

Silver Lake Village Council on Aug. 15 will give a second reading to an amendment to the village's water rate ordinance stating that all residents who are connected to the water system and those whose connection to the water system is through fire hydrant service must pay a minimum fixed charge for upkeep of the system. Council gave the measure a first reading on July 18.

Nearly every resident is connected to the village's water and sewer systems and pays a flat rate of $15.94 per month for water system maintenance and are then also charged for the water they use. There are 30 village homes on North Dover Road and Woodland Lane that are not connected to the village's water or sewer system who do not pay this flat rate, according to village officials. With the legislation, officials are proposing charging $15.94 per month to these residents because water from a fire hydrant could be used to put out a blaze at their home. The charge would take effect in the Oct. 1 bills payable Oct. 20, according to the proposed ordinance.

The public is invited to attend and offer their comments, according to village clerk-treasurer Sean Housley.

The meeting starts at 7 p.m. in Village Hall, 2961 Kent Road.

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Keyser Park

Farmstead public meeting set for

Aug. 17

The Cuyahoga Falls Parks and Recreation Department will have a public meeting Aug. 17 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Keyser Park Barn at 851 W. Bath Road, Cuyahoga Falls. Various stakeholders such as the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Summit County Metro Parks, Northampton Historical Society and the Cuyahoga Falls Garden Club will be meeting to discuss the future of the Keyser Park Farmstead. A conceptual master plan of Kesyer Park will be available at the meeting. The public is invited to interact with the various stakeholders to form a common vision to address overall needs for the park and visitors.

Ward 4 meeting at Cuyahoga Falls

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Historical Society Aug. 21

Cuyahoga Falls City Councilwoman Mary Nichols-Rhodes will host a Ward 4 meeting at 2 p.m. on Aug. 21 at the Cuyahoga Falls Historical Society, 2083 Cook St.

Residents will be given a tour of the museum and ward information shared. For more information contact mnicholsrhodes@gmail.com.

Cuyahoga Falls Board of Education Policy Committee meets Aug. 17

The Cuyahoga Falls Board of Education Policy Committee will meet Aug. 17 at 4:30 p.m. in the Board room at the Harold E. Wilson Administration Center, 431 Stow Ave.

Falls Schools host Building Our Future Together meeting Aug. 24

The Cuyahoga Falls City School District will host the Building Our Future Together meeting on Aug. 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the Cuyahoga Falls High School Little Theatre.

District Superintendent Dr. Todd Nichols said the meeting will begin with a brief overview of the district's strategic plan which could lead to small group conversations about: educational delivery, technology, communication, culture, finance, and/or building structures. Nichols said he hopes to have to meetings on the second and fourth Wednesdays until a consensus is reached on the district's next steps.

Falls City Council on summer recess

Cuyahoga Falls City Council is on recess during the month of August. Council will re-convene in its committee meetings on Sept. 6 at 6:30 p.m. in the Natatorium, 2345 Fourth St.


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