Volume 163

From The Mayor's Desk
Released: 5/17/2010
I hope you have been enjoying the beginning of spring and the mixed-up weather that we have all come to expect here in Northeast Ohio... As I write I am feeling confident that we can remove the snow plows and salt spreaders from the City Trucks, but Service Director Glady continues to caution me not to hold my breath... Oh well, let's just wait and see. Quite a bit has been going on in your City over the winter months ...
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From The Police Department
Released: 5/17/2010
Bicyclists and Pedestrians As outdoor activities pick up, motorists are reminded to watch for increased bicycle and pedestrian traffic, particularly at intersections and when exiting residential or business drives. Bicyclists are reminded to wear helmets and obey traffic laws. Personal Property Make it difficult for thieves. Guard personal property when out. Do not leave purses or wallets in shopping carts. When ...
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From The Fire Department
Released: 5/17/2010
Time to Replace Your Smoke Detector? Do you have a smoke detector in your home more than seven years old? Then please read the information below. Within the last few years, manufacturers of smoke detectors have improved technology to a level where the residential homeowner is now in a better position of being protected than in previous years. Residential fires account for the majority of all fire fatalities, and that ...
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From The Lyndhurst Municipal Court
Released: 5/17/2010
In May of 2000, Judge Mary Kaye Bozza officially established a Court Special Projects Fund. This fund, as per Ohio Revised Code, can be used for several purposes including, but not limited to building and renovation purposes. After nine years of funding this special account, the Court is pleased to announce the renovation of the lower level of Lyndhurst City Hall into a second Courtroom and Court offices. The ...
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From The Building Department
Released: 5/17/2010
High Grass and Blighted Properties The City of Lyndhurst Building Department has begun their yearly sweep of the city looking for high grass and blighted properties. Each year our inspectors send out notices to property owners for high grass and or weeds above eight inches. We understand that there are many valid reasons why grass and or weeds are sometimes left uncut; broken lawnmowers, personal ...
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From The Service Department
Released: 5/17/2010
Yard Waste Program In this tough economic time we ask you to do your part in helping reduce the cost of rubbish disposal. With our new rubbish program we are asking you to please participate in our new yard waste program. With spring yard clean up under way, please remember that all organic waste including, leaves, grass, hedge clipping and garden plants must be placed in paper yard waste bags (available at most ...
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From the Lyndhurst CERT Team
Released: 5/17/2010
At the recent Lyndhurst Fire & Police Department Awards Ceremony held on April 29th, your Lyndhurst CERT Team was honored by the Lyndhurst Fire Department, Cuyahoga County Board of Health and the Cuyahoga County Commissioners for our role with the H1N1 Vaccination Clinic (SELPOD) held in November 2009. The Team was given the Lyndhurst Fire Chief's Commendation Award and each individual who participated in the SELPOD were ...
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Released: 5/17/2010
SELREC has been offering high quality summer programs with trained and experienced staff since 1946. Our co-ed Day Camps are located in Adrian, Greenview and Memorial. Explorer's Day Camp is offered for preschoolers, ages 3-5. Adventure Day Camp is geared for students entering grades 1-3. Discovery Day Camp is designed for students entering grades 4-6 and Teen Travel Camp (daily field trips ...
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Three New Retailers to Open at Legacy Village
AT&T, The Toy Tank and SPROUT Coming Soon

Released: 5/17/2010
Legacy Village is pleased to announce the opening of three new merchants in the months to come, including AT&T, The Toy Tank and SPROUT. They will join Outfitters, a fun, casual women's clothing and accessories store that opened this spring. "We're delighted to be able to add these five retailers to our customers' shopping experience" said General Manager Marcie Gilmore. "Each new merchant reflects an element ...
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Tri-City Consortium On Aging Seeking Contractors With a Heart
Released: 5/17/2010
The Tri-City Consortium on Aging is looking for contractors who are willing to donate some of their time and skills to help one (or more) economically disadvantaged senior adults in the community with various home repairs. Your donation of time and skills can be a tax deduction, and your company may be recognized in our monthly newsletter. If you are willing to help create a more caring community for our older adults, or for ...
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From the Lyndhurst Garden Club
Rereleased: 5/17/2010
Plant pots or plant trays taking up space in your garage or patio? The Garden Club can re-use them. Please drop them off by the garage door at 5169 Thornbury. For questions please call Lyzz at (440) 461-4766. June 3rd Garden Club Meeting Thursday, June 3rd, Lyndhurst Garden Club meets at the Lyndhurst Community Center, 1341 Parkview Road, 7 PM. Master Gardener Mary Jo Minello presents ...
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Euclid Creek Watershed Update Newsletter: Spring 2010
Released: 5/17/2010
Rain Barrel Workshop - just added in South Euclid, Environmental Science for Educators: Promoting Watershed Stewardship Course, Stream Water Quality Monitoring Trainings Update, and more ...
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City Marquee: Dads Club Parade
Released: 5/15/2010
MAY 16TH 1:00PM
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Legacy Village Free Weekend Concert Series Begins Friday, May 21st 2010
Plus, Moonlight Movies Are Back

Released: 5/12/2010
Legacy Live, the popular Legacy Village concert series, gets into full swing with more than 50 free concerts planned throughout the summer from Friday May 21 through September 26. Concert-goers will enjoy their favorite music virtually every Friday, Saturday and Sunday -- from pop and classic rock to Latin and jazz. “We really enjoy seeing the center's green become a gathering place each weekend for couples ...
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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

Meals on Wheels
News Archive (2010)
Newsletter Archive (2010)
Recycling Program
Swimming Pool

City Directory:

Joe Cicero: (440) 442-5777
City Council:
Ward 1 Council:
David Frey: (216) 381-7884
Ward 2 Council:
Joseph Gambatese: (440) 446-1955
Ward 3 Council:
Lane Schlessel: (440) 449-2416
Ward 4 Council:
Patrick Ward: (440) 646-9273
Dale Fisher: (440) 442-4916
Council-At-Large and Vice Mayor:
Joseph Marko: (440) 473-9704
Charles A. LoPresti: (440) 461-1144

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) 691-2246
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
Boy Scouts of America
Troy Johnson (216) 861-6060
Brush High Athletic Boosters
(216) 691-9302
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 Women's 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

Lyndhurst Dads' 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
(216) 691-2246
SELREC Seniors Club
Jim Yasinow, President
(440) 460-0679
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

Community Center Locations:

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