Stow-Munroe Falls Board of Education will meet Aug. 22 at 7 p.m. in the library at Stow-Munroe Falls High School.
The Munroe Falls Board of Zoning Appeals will meet Aug. 23 at 7 p.m. in Council chambers at City Hall.
The Munroe Falls Planning Commission will meet Aug. 24 at 7 p.m. in Council chambers at City Hall.
Stow City Council meeting for Aug. 25 has been canceled. The next Stow City Council meeting will be Sept. 8 at 7 p.m. with committee meetings preceding.
Aug. 25 meeting for Mudbrook Stream Restoration Project
The city of Stow was awarded a Section 319(h) Nonpoint Source Grant from the Ohio EPA for a stream restoration project on a Mud Brook Tributary. The scope of work will include 2,400 linear feet of stream bed and flood plain improvement in the 10.2 acre undeveloped parcel adjacent to The Meadows Subdivision Phases One and Two and the Silver Lake Country Club. The project utilizes low impact green infrastructure methods to meet the EPA standards for water quality.
The city of Stow would like to invite all those interested to the second public meeting on Aug. 25 at 5:30 p.m. in Council Chambers at Stow City Hall. Information regarding final improvement plans and construction updates will be presented by the city of Stow and the project's Design/Build team including EnviroScience, GPD Group and RiverReach Construction. Time will be allotted for a question and answer session.
Hydrant flushing in Munroe Falls
The city of Munroe Falls will be flushing hydrants through Sept. 9. Residents are advised to check for possible sediment or discoloration during this time and allow water to run until clear before laundering. For questions, call City Hall at 330-688-7491.
Unused meds can be dropped off at police station
The Munroe Falls Police Department has added a D.U.M.P (Dispose of Unused Medications Properly) Box inside the Police Station Lobby at 43 Munroe Falls Ave. for the use by citizens. With the current drug epidemic in Summit County, and prescription medication being a serious problem especially with youth, the department would like to provide a safe and easy way for residents to dispose of unused medications. Here are the guidelines for using the box:
/ Keep the medicines in their original containers.
/ Mark out the name and address.
/ Make sure all lids are closed tightly.
/ Secure the medications inside a sealable plastic bag.
/ This box is for pills, capsules, or liquid medicines -- syringes cannot be accepted.
Councilmembers to have Office Hours
Summit County Councilmember John Schmidt, District 2, will host public office hours on Aug. 25 between 7 and 8:30 p.m. at the Cuyahoga Falls Public Library, 2015 Third St., Cuyahoga Falls. Councilman Schmidt will be available to answer questions and hear concerns from constituents. District 2 includes most of the city of Cuyahoga Falls, the city of Munroe Falls, and portions of Akron including East Akron, Goodyear Heights and North Hill.
Summit County Councilmember Gloria Rodgers, District 3, will host public office hours on Aug. 25 between 4 and 6 p.m. at the Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library, 3512 Darrow Road, Stow. Councilwoman Rodgers will be available to answer questions and hear concerns from constituents. District 3 includes the cities of Hudson and Stow, the village of Silver Lake and part of the city of Cuyahoga Falls.
For more information, contact the Summit County Council Office at 330-643-2725.
Office hours planned
Munroe Falls Councilmen Michael "Mike" Barnes and John Hegnauer will each have public office hours.
On the second Saturday of every month from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Councilman Barnes will be at the Morning Owl Coffeehouse. 297 N. Main St. in Munroe Falls.
Councilman Barnes welcomes the opportunity to answer questions and hear the concerns of all Munroe Falls citizens. Those not able to attend can contact Councilman Barnes directly 330-328-2382 or email Councilman_Barnes@Yahoo.com.
Councilman John Hegnauer will continue to have public office hours on the last Saturday of every month from 2 to 4 p.m. at McDonald's, 12 Munroe Falls Ave. in Munroe Falls.
Citizens are encouraged to use these office hours as an opportunity to connect with local government. Councilman Hegnauer will be available to answer questions and hear concerns about the community or contact him at 330-573-9190, email email@example.com, or follow me on Facebook and Twitter."