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Village Council met in person for the Regular Council session on Tuesday, May 9, 2023 at The Village Town Hall.

Council passed the April 11, 2023 Regular Council Meeting Minutes.

Moving to second reading in June will be Resolution No. 09-2023 an ordinance amending codified ordinance Chapter 741 of the Business Regulation Code Titled Short-Term Rental Regulations and Ordinance No. 10-2023 an ordinance establishing section 1141.41 of the Codified Ordinances titled Accessory Apartments in Commercial Uses and amending the following sections of the codified ordinances in furtherance thereof: the Land Use Table Pertaining to Residential Uses in Section 1109.03, the Schedule of Regulations contained in Section 1113.01(j), and the Table Pertaining to Parking for Two-Family and Multiple Family Dwellings in Section 1125.04.

Council suspended the three-reading rule and passed Resolution No. 11-2023 a resolution amending the employee list/wage scale for the position of part-time service department employee.

President of Council Pro-Tem Councilperson Schneider appointed Councilperson Mrs. Verbic to the Community Events Liaison Position.

Council made a motion to authorize the purchase of a 2023 Ford Police Explorer from Montrose Ford of Akron, OH. and authorized the mayor to accept the quote of Hall Public Safety upfitters of Twinsburg, OH.

There is a job opening for a seasonal employee to assist the Service Department. The individual must possess the following: valid driver`s license, be self-motivated, snowplow experience preferred, perform manual labor and able to lift fifty pounds, mechanically inclined and able to operate power tools, and able to work a flexible schedule of twenty to forty hours a week based on seasonal needs and work overtime for events or call in. Starting pay $18.00 per hour. If interested, send resume to or call 330-657-2151 and speak with Nancy. The mayor announced the New Village Website will be up and running the week of May 15, 2023.

Stick pickup is the first Monday of the month beginning May 1. If Monday is a holiday, then pickup will be Tuesday.

Summit County Public Health mandates properties served by a sewage treatment system and/or private water system are subject to a Building and Zoning Evaluation Application through their department. You must have SCPH approval before applying for Village permits. For more information, please visit or call 330-926-5600.

If you are utilizing your property for short-term rentals, please review Chapter 741, Short-Term Rental Regulations, and remit a completed Short-Term Rental Certificate Application to the Village. All Short-Term Rental related forms can be found on the Village website under the ZONING tab.

Reminder to our residents, it is illegal to discard any debris, including, but not limited to, grass clippings, leaves, litter or any unsightly or unsanitary material into the roadway to maintain public health and safety, it is your responsibility to keep your sidewalks, ditches, and driveway culverts clear. This also includes snow.

If you are planning to remodel your home, new roof, install a fence or retaining wall you will need a zoning permit. Please call 330-657-2151 for more information.

Residents are encouraged to visit the Village website at and go to the Wastewater tab to get the latest sewer and water news along with meeting dates.

Summit County Public Health mandates properties served by a sewage treatment system and/or private water system are subject to a Building and Zoning Evaluation Application

Upcoming Meetings:
Council Meeting: Tuesday, June 13, 2023 at 7:00PM at the Village Hall.

Contact Phone Numbers:
Administrative Office 330-657-2151
Non-Emergency Police & Fire 330-657-2911

Check the Website:

Nancy Holdsworth, Administrative Assistant