Mayor Ted Yates provides the latest data in the County and some of the minor steps the City is taking following the Governor’s partial announcement of his reopening plan.
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.
Twinsburg Police Detective Greg Kopniske provides some alerts on what to avoid to not fall for a Stimulus Check Scam that’s been going around.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Mayor Yates shares information about recent difficult decisions about City operations.
Video from the March 19th, 2020 Twinsburg City Special Council Meeting.
Items on the agenda included approval of the previous meeting’s minutes, the Mayor’s report and legislation.
Legislation included the 2020 budget, the salary ordinance, a conditional use permit for JC Landscaping, a right of way donation due to a lot split for 10039 Darrow Road, the leasing of school buses for the 2020 City recreation program, 2020 sewer improvement and an ordinance granting the Mayor emergency powers to respond to the COVID-19 crisis in order to keep the City running properly.
Mayor Yates gave this update during the March 19th, 2020 City Council meeting during the Mayor’s Report.
I wanted to pass along a press release I received from First Energy. I will try to continue to pass along any pertinent info I can. Stay safe, wash those hands and we’ll get through this together Twinsburg.
FirstEnergy Committed to Maintaining 24/7 Service to Customers Through Coronavirus Health Emergency
Company will temporarily suspend shutoffs and offer payment options to help ease hardships
Dear Residents… I know you have all been trying to stay current with the ever-changing news regarding COVID-19, otherwise known as the Coronavirus. To that end, we wanted to assure you that the City of Twinsburg is staying in constant contact with the Summit County Public Health and State of Ohio Departments of Health. We are also closely monitoring the recommendations from the CDC.
The Senior Center building is closed until further notice. All activities, programs, and lunches inside the building are cancelled. Transportation services are still currently available.