MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS RECOGNIZED BY U.S. DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS FOR HOSTING VIETNAM MEMORIAL REPLICA
At the September 13, 2016 City Council meeting, Theresa Gavalya, Team Leader of the Parma Readjustment Council Service Vet Center, presented the City with a Certificate of Recognition from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for hosting the American Veterans Traveling Tribute in July appropriately recognizing and honoring the service, valor and sacrifice of our … Continue reading “MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS RECOGNIZED BY U.S. DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS FOR HOSTING VIETNAM MEMORIAL REPLICA”
Drivers using Pleasant Valley Road will get some relief this fall from the congestion and delays as a result of the road construction and repaving from Pearl to York roads.
The county is widening Pleasant Valley from two lanes to five lanes from Pearl to York, but according to Mike Tworzydlo, acting chief construction engineer for the Department of Public Works for Cuyahoga County, utility work on some sections is six months behind schedule, which causes delays in the paving work. Continue reading
They will be returning to their college classrooms soon, but the real-life experience four summer interns gained after working in Middleburg Heights City Hall will resonate long into their futures.
Mayor Gary Starr has overseen the program for 30 years. All of the interns are Middleburg Heights residents. Continue reading
With the Labor Day weekend upon us, city and county officials are reminding everyone to follow some simple safety tips for spending time outdoors. A flyer with tips regarding food safety, reducing the risk of mosquito bites, avoiding heat stroke, and staying safe while swimming is available here. Have a safe and happy holiday!
The city of Middleburg Heights would like to extend our deep felt condolences to the LaTourette family on the loss of Congressman Steven LaTourette. “Nobody was a better representative in the United States Congress and more involved personally with representing Middleburg Heights than my friend Steve LaTourette” said Mayor Gary Starr. Whether it was attending … Continue reading “FROM THE DESK OF THE MAYOR”