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Village Council met in person for the Regular Council Session April 11, 2022.

Council passed the March 14, 2022, Regular Council Meeting Minutes.

Council passed Ordinance No. 05-2022 an ordinance amending section 121.01 of the Village`s Administrative Code relating to the day of which regular monthly council meetings are held. Council will now meet on the second Tuesday of the month starting May 10, 2022.

Council also suspended the three-reading rule and passed Ordinance No. 10-2022 an ordinance amending section

139.08 of the Village`s Administrative Code relating to police uniform allowance.

Moving to third reading in May are Ordinance No. 08-2022 an ordinance establishing section 505.15 of the Village`s Codified Ordinances relating to chickens and Ordinance No 09-2022 an ordinance establishing chapter 1351 of the Village`s Zoning Code relating to property maintenance requirements.

Council passed a motion to pay for two exhaust fans for the Valley Fire Department for a total of $11,650.

Council decided not to move forward with roofing and siding the Players Barn at a cost of $30,000. Instead, they passed a motion to allocate an amount not to exceed $35,000 to replace three furnaces and air conditioning units at the Village Hall.

Mayor Schneider states Summit County Public Health now mandates properties served by a sewage treatment system and/or private water system are now 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.

The mayor would like to remind everyone if you are utilizing your property for short-term rentals, please 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.

A second Summit E-Waste bin has been added to our community for all electronic items needing to be recycled. The bin is located at 1639 W. Mill Street at the village service garage. Any items related to an electronic device (cords, screens, keyboards, ink cartridges, etc.) can be recycled in these bins.

Mayor Schneider reminds everyone brush pick-up starts the first Monday of May. Brush pickup will continue until the first Monday of October. If Monday is a holiday, it will be picked up on Tuesday. Brush only, cut ends to the road. No root balls or vines. This is for storm damage and minor property cleanup. NOT for major tree removal or clearing of property. There will be NO leaf pick-up until November.

Mayor Schneider also reminds everyone that if you are planning to remodel your home, new roof, install a fence or retaining wall you will need a building permit. Please call 330-657-2151 for more information.

The Mayor encourages all residents to stay informed on the positive progress that is being made on water and sewers to the Village.

Upcoming Meetings:
Planning Commission April 25, 2022, at 7:00PM in the Village Hall
ATTENTION: NEW DAY OF THE MONTH! Council Meeting Tuesday, May 10, 2022, at 7:00PM in 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