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The Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Department is continuing to fight the ongoing battle against the heroin and opiate epidemic. As part of its prevention effort, the CCSD has provided over 42 municipalities across Cuyahoga County with Drug Drop Boxes.
Drug Drop Boxes provide a safe, environmentally friendly way for citizens to dispose of their unwanted or unused prescription drugs. Unused prescription drugs are typically the gateway to heroin abuse, as over 70% of Americans misusing painkillers obtain them from friends or relatives.
Gates Mills has placed two internet MEETUP SPOT signs on Village Property. One is located in the Vestibule of Town Hall and the other is in the Service Department Parking Lot near the tennis courts. These locations are designated as safe sales transaction locations for all legal online sales. These locations are observed by cameras that are recorded digitally. Residents are welcome to use these locations to make the transfer of items sold online.
(Solon, Ohio) – The Village of Gates Mills received a symbolic $5,000 oversized check recognizing the completion of the NOPEC Powering our Community Grant on July 11th. The NOPEC grant money was used to reimburse the expenses to replace an aged commercial dishwasher with a new energy-efficient model in the Village Community Building.
Mayor Karen Schneider, Members of Council, and NOPEC’s Relationship Manager, Nicole Sweet celebrated the completion of the project that has helped to reduce energy costs.
Did you know that as a NOPEC community member, you may be eligible to receive a reduction on a home improvement loan interest rate?
For more information, check out NOPEC Funding-Mainspring-June-20170608.3docx.pdf
At the June 13, 2017 Council Meeting, Council passed Ordinance No 2017-13, an Ordinance adopting new Chapter 1377 of the codified ordinances to adopt the 2015 edition of the International Property Maintenance Code.
PressOrdinance No 2017-13.pdf to read the Ordinance
To read the 2015 International Property Maintenance Code press here.
Registrations are now being accepted for "The Nature Camp" Summer 2018. Explore nature, science, math, art, and much more. Fun for Campers grades Kindergarten - 8th grade.