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.
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) is top of everyone’s mind. I wanted to pass along some information that I’ve received.
As of 3/6/2020, there are currently NO CONFIRMED CASES of COVID-19 in Summit County, or in Ohio.
The Summit County case count for COVID-19 has been added to the first page of the influenza dashboard and will be updated daily after 2:00 pm.
Call centers have been established at Summit County Public Health and at the Ohio Department of Health to answer questions from the public and community partners.
I just received this press release from Summit County Public Health and I wanted to pass it along. As you know Twinsburg passed Tobacco 21 last year which prohibits sale of tobacco and vaping products to those under the age of 21. This is an issue that is very near and dear to my heart and I urge those that are using vaping / e-cigarettes products or those with children to review this press release.
Video from the May 22nd, 2018 Twinsburg City Council Meeting. Items on the agenda included a presentation by Cory Kendrick from Summit County Public Health about Tobacco 21, audience participation, Council communications and reports, the Mayor’s report, department head reports, legislation and an executive session. Legislation included donation box regulations, Tobacco 21, property rezoning police vehicle leases, Oakwood Drive improvements and Liberty Park baseball field construction grant.
Video from the May 8th, 2018 Twinsburg City Council Meeting. Items on the agenda included a presentation by Rich Swerbinsky from the Twinsburg Baseball League, audience participation, Council communications and reports, the Mayor’s report, department head reports and legislation. Legislation included donation box regulations, Tobacco 21, property rezoning, 2018 Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, etc.