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!
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Mayor Yates gave this update during the March 19th, 2020 City Council meeting during the Mayor’s Report.
The 2019 Candidate Forum was held on Monday, October 21st, 2019 at the RB Chamberlin Middle School. The event was hosted by the Twinsburg Council PTA and the Twinsburg Chamber of commerce. As I said in a previous post, I’ve had several people this election season reach out to me asking about candidates for the November 5th election. These videos, brought to you by Twinsburg Talk , allow you to get answers directly from the candidates.
Community Focus (formerly Cable 9 Television) conducted their Election 2019 Dialogue Series where they sat down with all the candidates and asked them questions about their races and Twinsburg in general. This, in my opinion, is the best way to get to know a candidate – directly from the candidate.
Video of the City of Twinsburg Candidate’s Night held on September 23rd, 2019 at the Twinsburg Senior Center.
I was honored to play in the 11th Annual Josh Miktarian Memorial Scholarship Golf Outing yesterday. I played the round with Mayor Ted Yates, Ward 1 Councilman Sam Scaffide and At-Large Councilman Scott Barr. I can’t say we played ‘well’ but we had a wonderful time supporting an even better cause.
I was thrilled to be able to attend Mayor Yates’ State of the City this morning at the Clubhouse at Gleneagles. Mayor Yates gave an outstanding and very informative presentation that will be made available for all to review in the coming days. Special thanks to the staff a the Clubhouse and to the Twinsburg Chamber of Commerce for hosting the event!
Mayor Yates recently provided an update on the Gleneagles Clubhouse project and I wanted to share it here as well. Very excited to see this facility open!
I was honored to play in the Josh Miktarian Memorial Scholarship Golf Outing yesterday. It was a tremendous event for an even better cause. I enjoyed a round of golf with Mayor Yates and Mike Rasor. It’s hard to believe it’s been 10 years since this we lost Officer Miktarian.
The Roundabout at Glenwood and 91 is a subject that gets talked about often. I’ve been asked if I think it’s too small. Here’s my answer.