Volume 212
 
Greetings,

From The Lyndhurst Municipal Court
Released: 1/27/2012
On December 1, 2011 Judge Mary Kaye Bozza and her staff welcomed guests from each community in the jurisdiction, to an open house in order to showcase the new Court Annex located on the lower level of Lyndhurst City Municipal Center. As part of the celebration, Judge Mary Kaye Bozza was administered her Oath of Office as Municipal Judge by Judge Anthony J. Russo of Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Probate ...
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From The Police Department
Released: 1/27/2012
Help keep our streets safe and orderly. Pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists should obey all applicable laws. Drive only in lanes designated for your direction of travel and purpose. Do not travel through safety zones and do not text while driving. You may prevent a serious crash and/or save yourself an expensive fine and points on your driver's license. Protect your valuables! Do not leave purses, wallets, cell ...
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From The Building Department
Released: 1/27/2012
The City of Lyndhurst has restarted the sidewalk program this past year. The program will continue this year as well. There have been numerous complaints from our residents about uneven sidewalks. In the past we covered one fifth of the city a year, but we have restructured the program. The program has been broken into ten sections. One section will be inspected per year and notices sent out certified mail sometime ...
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From the Service Department
Released: 1/27/2012
The City of Lyndhurst Service Department would like to thank you for a very successful 2011 recycling program. With your cooperation the Service Department collected 1,425 tons of recycling in 2011 which was an increase of more than 7 tons from 2010. With your help we were able to avoid paying the $51,000 it would have cost for disposal at the landfill and with the profit sharing contract beginning in late 2010 we received ...
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From The Community Center
Rereleased: 1/27/2012
If you made a new year's resolution to get more involved ... then look no further than your own Community Center. We are home to the offices of the Community Partnership on Aging (formerly Tri-City Seniors) and the Hillcrest Meals on Wheels program, both of which use volunteers to assist them in a variety of daytime roles. If your daily schedule is already full, consider joining one of the many clubs that meet on a monthly basis ...
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CPR Class: Tuesday, February 21st 2012
Released: 1/27/2012
A "Community CPR Class," will be held Tuesday, February 21st 2012 at 6:00 PM at the Lyndhurst Community Center, located at 1341 Parkview Drive. The Class is $25 for residents and $35 for non-residents, and includes the book. Reservations must be made by calling Clarice at (440) 442-5777. Space is limited. CPR stands for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation ...
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Join The SELREC Seniors Club
Released: 1/27/2012
Q. Why should I join? A. The SELREC Seniors Club brightens the lives of area residents like you by providing a variety of entertaining programs throughout the year. More importantly, you'll make friends among your fellow members that will last for years. Join us -- you'll be glad you did! Q. Who is eligible to join? A. The club welcomes memberships only from persons aged 50 and over. Annual memberships are only $10 per person for residents ...
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Hillcrest Women's Club GFWC
ReReleased: 1/27/2012
On February 27, 2012, the Hillcrest Women's Club/GFWC will present "Miz B", a member of the Cleveland Association of Black Story Tellers. "Miz B" will introduce us to the oral tradition by which the Story Tellers have passed on the cultural heritage, history and social values from one generation to another. On March 26, 2012, a representative from Pressley Ridge will introduce us to this long established organization ...
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Community Partnership on Aging: Formerly Tri-City Consortium on Aging
Rereleased: 1/27/2012
I am very excited to announce that we have changed our business name! Since 1978, Tri-City Consortium on Aging has provided services and programs to older adults living in the communities of South Euclid, Lyndhurst and Highland Heights. In 2011 we added the city of Mayfield Heights to our service area and began to consider options for a name that was more inclusive of a fourth city. We have happily embraced Community Partnership ...
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From The Lyndhurst Garden Club
Released: 1/27/2012
What do the Golden Gate Bridge, National Baseball League, and the Lyndhurst Garden Club all have in common? They were all founded in 1937, and are celebrating their 75th Anniversary in 2012. What's the Lyndhurst Garden Club all about? Living, Learning, Growing! Interested in basic floral design, conservation, sustainable gardening? It's all here at the Lyndhurst Garden Club. We meet the first Thursday ...
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Rain Barrel Workshop in Lyndhurst: Wednesday, June 13th 2012
Released: 1/27/2012
The Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) will be hosting a Rain Barrel Workshop with the City of Lyndhurst and the Friends of Euclid Creek on Wednesday, June 13th from 6:30-8:00pm at the Lyndhurst Community Center. A rain barrel is a container used to collect and store rainwater that would otherwise be lost to runoff and likely diverted to a storm drain. Collected water may then be used to water lawns and gardens ...
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SELREC Office Location Change
Released: 1/27/2012
Please note that the SELREC office has moved to the YMCA, 5000 Mayfield Road, and the new phone number is (216) 382-4300.
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Community Partnership on Aging (Formerly Tri-City Consortium on Aging)
Released: 1/27/2012
Tri-City Consortium on Aging celebrates the New Year with a new name: Community Partnership on Aging! The new name is a perfect description of what we are - a collaborative partnership between communities with an expertise in the area of aging. Please join us in celebrating this milestone by contacting us to learn about the opportunities we offer, by referring a neighbor or family member or by becoming an invaluable ...
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Greater Cleveland Fisher House
Released: 1/27/2012
Put a Face On It... Put A Family In It! The Greater Cleveland Fisher House is the Northeast Ohio affiliate of the Fisher House Foundation. The Foundation is best known for the network of comfort homes built on the grounds of major military and VA medical centers. The Greater Cleveland Fisher House will be a 16,000 square foot home with 20 suites and will accommodate up to 42 family members. The cost to build the ...
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City Departments:


Building Department
Community Center
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
Finance Department


Fire Department
Mayor's Office
Police Department
Service Department

City Resources:


Affiliated Websites Directory
City Calendar
City Council
Codified Ordinances
Contact Us
Maps
Meals on Wheels


News Archive (2010)
News Archive (2011)
News Archive (2012)
Newsletter Archive (2010)
Newsletter Archive (2011)
Newsletter Archive (2012)
Recycling Program
Swimming Pool

City Directory:


Mayor:
Joe Cicero: (440) 442-5777
ciceroj@lyndhurst-oh.com
 
City Council:
Ward 1 Council:
David Frey: (216) 381-7884
freyd@lyndhurst-oh.com
 
Ward 2 Council:
Joseph Gambatese: (440) 446-1955
gambatesej@lyndhurst-oh.com
 
Ward 3 Council and Vice Mayor:
Lane Schlessel: (440) 449-2416
schlessell@lyndhurst-oh.com
 
Ward 4 Council:
Patrick Ward: (440) 646-9273
wardp@lyndhurst-oh.com
 
Council-At-Large:
Keith C. Packard: (216) 291-8922
packardk@lyndhurst-oh.com
 
Council-At-Large:
Joseph Marko: (440) 473-9704
markoj@lyndhurst-oh.com
 
Council-At-Large:
Charles A. LoPresti: (440) 461-1144
loprestic@lyndhurst-oh.com


Administration: (440) 442-5777
 
Brainard Pool: (440) 442-5844
 
Building Department: (440) 473-5108
 
Community Center: (440) 449-5011
 
Finance Department: (440) 442-5777
 
Fire Department:
(Non-Emergency): (440) 473-5139
 
Lyndhurst Pool: (440) 442-8469
 
Municipal Court: (440) 461-6500
 
Office On Aging: (440) 473-5138
 
Police Department:
(Non-Emergency): (440) 473-5116
 
SELREC: (216) 382-4300
 
Service Department: (440) 473-5100
 
All Life-Threatening Emergencies: 9 -1 - 1

Local Organizations Directory:


AARP Chapter #371
(216) 464-0888
 
American Cancer Society's
Hillcrest Area Relay For Life

Christina Eldredge
Online Chair, Health Promotions Co-Chair, Team Captain
(440) 749-4049
 
Paul Purdy
Income Development Coordinator, Ohio Division 10501 Euclid Ave. Cleveland, OH 44106
Office: (888) 227-6446 EXT 1208
Fax: (877) 227-2838
 
Sharon Bennett
Hillcrest Relay For Life, Event Chair
Home: (440) 605-0707
Office: (440) 449-2650
Mobile: (440) 823-3743
 
American Legion Post #104
Ed Synk, 1st Vice Commander
(440) 461-5733
 
Boy Scouts of America
Troy Johnson (216) 861-6060
 
Brush High Athletic Boosters
(216) 691-9302
 
Cleveland Restoration Society
Mary Ogle (216) 426-3106
 
Friends of Euclid Creek
(216) 291-4323
 
Girl Scouts of America
(216) 481-1313
 
Heights - Hillcrest Regional Chamber of Commerce
(216) 397-7322
 
Hillcrest League of Women Voters
Roz Peters (216) 932-2649
 
Hillcrest Rotary Club
(440) 386-8208
 
Hillcrest Womenís Club/GFWC
Penny Speyer (440) 449-5958
Norma Adams (440) 461-4850
 
Lyndhurst Auxiliary Police
Lt. Norm Alexander (440) 473-5116
 
Lyndhurst CERT
Keith C. Packard, Executive Director
(440) 449-5777 X305
cert@lyndhurst-oh.com
 
Lyndhurst Dadsí Club
Larry Ault (216) 570-1977


Lyndhurst Democratic Club
Hazel Hafner (216) 382-5697
 
Lyndhurst Garden Club
Lillian Joliat (440) 442-5447
 
Lyndhurst Masonic Temple
(440) 442-9714
 
Lyndhurst Office on Aging
(440) 473-5138
 
Lyndhurst Republican Club
(440) 442-1371
 
Lyndhurst Swim Team (Sea Monkeys)
(440) 442-8469
 
Lyndhurst VFW
Al Santos Post 7536
 
Clay Uzell, Commander
(216) 789-4363
 
Bill Bagi, Senior Vice Commander
(216) 381-1248
 
Meetings held the 3rd Monday of each month in the Lyndhurst Community Center at 7:30 PM.
 
SELREC
(216) 691-2246
 
SELREC Seniors Club
Jim Yasinow, President
(440) 460-0679
mmyjmy@aol.com
 
SNAPS: Special Needs Advocacy and Parent Support of South Euclid / Lyndhurst
Barb Heisler (440) 442-3856
Laurie Kowalski (440) 473-9716
 
South Euclid-Lyndhurst Historical Society
Esther Eich, Curator (440) 449-1997
 
South Euclid-Lyndhurst Kiwanis
Dan Corrigan (216) 691-1405
 
South Euclid-Lyndhurst PTA
(216) 691-2000
 
South Euclid-Lyndhurst Safety Town
(216) 691-2246
 
South Euclid-Lyndhurst Soccer Club
(440) 479-4488
 
Tri-City Consortium on Aging
Stacey O'Brien, Director
(216) 291-3902
 
Visiting Angels Living Assistance Services
 

Community Center Locations:

Lyndhurst Community Center: 1341 Parkview Drive
 
South Euclid Community Center: 1370 Victory Drive
 
Highland Heights Community Center: 5827 Highland Road