I’ve had several people recently ask me about Halloween / Trick or Treat and whether or not Twinsburg will have it. At this time they will go on as planned.
Category: Issues & Resident Questions
Issues facing the City of Twinsburg as well as questions (and answers) and conversations that I have had with residents.
In the September 2020 Twinsburg Mayor’s Report, Mayor Yates gives information about the November ballot petitions and what the potential Charter amendment would do to the City’s finances, the MetroParks annexation and the re-opening of Aaron and Moses!
I received a message from ODOT Project Manager that I wanted to pass along in regards to some upcoming road closures due to paver replacement at the roundabout June 12th through the 16th.
I’ve received several questions lately about Aaron & Moses gift cards. As you know, the City of Twinsburg has decided to seek an outside operator for our restaurant space currently known as Aaron & Moses at Gleneagles. If you have a previously purchased gift card from Aaron & Moses, they can be used at the Pro Shop, snack bar or cashed in.
Police Chief Noga recently shared an update on soliciting in the City of Twinsburg during the COVID-19 epidemic.
A discussion was had during last night’s Finance Committee meeting about a proposed increase to inside millage. I wanted to provide some details about that discussion and some history.
City Council will hold a virtual Council Meeting, Tuesday, May 12th, starting with the caucus meeting at 7:00 p.m. The public is encouraged to access information regarding the meetings of City Council and to participate.
The City of Twinsburg has decided to seek an outside operator for our restaurant space currently known as Aaron & Moses at Gleneagles.
I received this email today from Summit County Public Health and I wanted to pass it along. It outlines the request to remain vigilant regarding wearing cloth face coverings when in public.
Summit County Executive Ilene Shapiro is urging county residents to be on the lookout for a growing number of COVID-19 scams. The county’s Public Safety Emergency Management Agency (EMA) has been monitoring reports of local, state and national scams as part of its response to the COVID-19 outbreak.