How will Issue 24 affect Twinsburg Education System, including staff salary, and Police and Fire Department efficiency and salary.
Tag: Metro Parks
A resident asked: How much will a $100,000 home’s property taxes go up per year without homestead reduction.
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!
Video from the January 28th, 2020 Twinsburg City Council Meeting.
Items on the agenda included approval of the previous meeting’s minutes, a presentation on Community Focus by Mary Kidd, Executive Director Community Focus, audience participation, Council communications and reports, the Mayor’s report, department head reports and legislation.
Legislation included the issuance and sale of bonds for the Gleneagles Clubhouse, the transfer of Lieutenant James Scarl’s service weapon to him upon his retirement, and an endorsement of the Summit Metro Parks’ Levy funding ballot issue on the March 17, 2020 ballot.
This past Sunday was a perfect day to get out and enjoy one of our awesome parks in Twinsburg! We won’t have too many more days like that before the weather turns. Do you have a favorite outdoor spot in Twinsburg?