From The Mayor's Desk
Released: 9/27/2010
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Dear Neighbors,
 
As summer winds down and we await the cool breezes and changing colors of Fall I hope that you all had an enjoyable Summer. The summer of 2010 has proven to be one of the warmest on record and it certainly showed by the attendance at Lyndhurst Pool, the ball diamonds, and the many friends out for a stroll in the warm summer air.
 
A sure sign that summer is ending was the annual Lyndhurst Homedays celebration held the weekend after Labor Day. As in years past the Homedays Committee did a fantastic job of putting together a spectacular weekend. From the Teen Dance on Friday night to the sounds of Revolution Pie on Sunday night, a good time was had by all. Even the rain on Saturday evening did little to dim the fun of our Homedays. As was summed up by my grandson J.D. Sega when he announced "Poppy, this is so much fun!", my Homedays was complete. I hope you had as much fun as J.D. and I did.
 
Please be sure to read through the various articles in this newsletter as we share quite a bit of information that can help you in the months to come.
 
As my administration and City Council begin to work on the 2011 budget, I would like to thank you, the residents of Lyndhurst, and the employees of this City, for your understanding, support, and cooperation as we all worked to weather the economic downturn we have experienced. I can assure you that we will again work hard to provide you all with the services and amenities that we have enjoyed.
 
Lyndhurst is a "Community of Neighbors" because of all of you. Your comments, support, and recommendations are always appreciated. I look forward to seeing you this Fall.
 
Respectfully,
 
Joseph M. Cicero, Jr.
Mayor
City of Lyndhurst, Ohio


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