Second open house for Downtown Phase II April 13
The City of Hudson will host a Public Open House for the Downtown Phase II project on April 13 at the Jo-Ann Conference Center, 5381 Darrow Road, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
This public meeting will be an opportunity to learn about the preliminary development concepts being considered by the City's selected development partner, Testa Companies, for the Downtown Phase II redevelopment project. The open house will begin with a brief presentation by the City and the Development Team. Testa Companies will provide a summary of what it has heard from the community so far and will present preliminary concepts for the development site. This will include ideas for new streets, pedestrian and bicycle circulation, open spaces, land uses and general types of development being considered.
Following the presentation, participants will be invited to review the ideas at discussion stations and provide additional input to help further refine the plans.
LaRose hosts office hours April 15
State Senator Frank LaRose (R-Hudson) welcomes the citizens he represents to attend his district office hours in Northeast Ohio on April 15.
"There is nothing more effective than face to face discussions with the men and women I serve in Columbus about issues that are important in their lives. That is why since I was elected in 2010, I have held over 200 district office hour meetings throughout Summit, Wayne and Stark counties," said Senator LaRose. "By working together, we can solve problems and make our communities better places for all Ohio families."
No appointment is necessary. Office hours will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. at Stow City Hall, 3760 Darrow Road, Stow.
If you have any questions, please contact Senator LaRose's office at (614) 466-4823 or www.OhioSenate.gov/LaRose/Contact.
Roegner to hostoffice hours April 21
State Representative Kristina Roegner (R-Hudson)announced she will host district office hours April 21 from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library, 3512 Darrow Road, Stow. No appointment is necessary for these office hours and everyone is encouraged to participate.
If you are unable to attend the office hours, Roegner encourages people to contact her office by phone at 614-466-1177 or email Rep37@ohiohouse.gov.
Help stormwater flow keep ditches clear
As the weather continues to warm up, it is important to pay attention to the condition of the catch basins and ditches along your property. Maintenance of these items are essential to the efficient flow of stormwater and prevention of flooding. Catch basins and ditches are the entrance points for stormwater as it travels to local waterways. How can you help keep the flow going?
Keep ditches clear of leaves, sticks, trash, grass clippings, debris, etc. so the stormwater can move freely into the pipes. If these are not kept clear, the risk of flooding greatly increases. It is the resident's responsibility to keep ditches clear.
Mow your ditches and keep them free of weeds.
Do not block catch basins. Keep clear of leaves, sticks, trash, trash cans, flower pots, etc. so stormwater can easily flow into the catch basin and make its way to local waterways.
See example of well-maintained ditch below.