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Ward 3 Quick Update July 15, 2019

Ward 3 Resident,

Just a quick update. Ward 3 residents who live on Albion Road please pay extra attention to below.


Albion Road Resurfacing Project Update
Crossroads Asphalt Recycling has begin the Albion Road Resurfacing Project (between York and Ridge Roads). Both lanes of traffic will be effected during this project and it should completed by Friday, July 19. The other part of Albion Road (between York Road and West 130th) will be done after the Abbey Road closure is lifted.

Ward 3 Residents who live on Albion Road will still receive their weekly Rumpke trash/recycling curbside service on their regularly scheduled day during construction. However, in order to alleviate the traffic situation in this area during the construction process, Rumpke trucks will be there in that area at 7:00am for collection. Please make note of this specific time and place any and all trash/recycling out before 7:00am.

Have a great rest of the week!

Dan Langshaw
Ward 3 Councilman
North Royalton City Council

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Ward 3 E-Newsletter: July 2019

Greetings Ward 3 Resident,

As City Council approaches its’ upcoming summer recess in August there are still a number of things going on in your City Government to update you on below.


Save the Date
Save the Date. Back by popular demand. North Royalton Ward 3 Councilman Dan Langshaw will host his Annual Ward 3 Picnic in the Park on August 31st from 1:00pm-3:00pm at Memorial Park Pavilion #2 located at 14600 State Rd in North Royalton. More details coming soon….

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Ward 3 Quick Update June 18, 2019

Ward 3 Resident,

I have a few quick items to update you on below. Hope you all are having a great summer!


Street Striping
JD Striping and Services will not begin street striping throughout our city beginning towards the end of June.  The striping will be done during the hours of 8:00pm and 6:00am to avoid issues with traffic. Drivers should use extreme caution and patience if they encounter a striping crew.

Columbia Gas Betterment Project (Albion to North Corporation Line)
Beginning this week, some of the restoration work will begin along the project corridor to repair driveway aprons and the roadway that was disturbed as part of this project.  Columbia Gas is in the process of installing a 12″ diameter gas line along Ridge Road from north of Albion Toad to north of Tilby Road.  This  gas  main will provide better pressures to portions south and west of this location for future and already expanded developments in the City. Portions of this gas main are being installed along the southbound lane of Ridge Road, while the remainder will be installed within private easements on the west side of Ridge Road that were acquired by Columbia Gas.  While working in the roadway, there will be times of delays as traffic is stopped in one direction to allow traffic from the opposite direction to proceed.  Please use caution while traveling through this and any construction zone.  This project is anticipated to be completed in the Fall (October) 2019.  Please direct any and all concerns to the Engineering Department at 440-582-3001.
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June 17, 2019 North Royalton Ward 3 Councilman Dan Langshaw Substitute House Bill 166 Testimony before Ohio Senate Finance Committee

Chairman Dolan, Vice Chair Burke, Ranking Member Sykes, and committee members. My name is Dan Langshaw and I am the Ward 3 Councilman on the North Royalton City Council. Thank you for the opportunity once again testify on Substitute House Bill 166 the State Operating Budget this time in the Senate.

The residents I serve and all Ohioans wonder why there are so many communities having to put more levies, bond issues, and other ballot measures these days? Why are our highways, roads, bridges, and infrastructure falling apart in our state? The answer is local governments historically have not been getting the funding they desperately need to address these issues in our communities.

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Ward 3 E-Newsletter: June 2019

Greetings Ward 3 Resident,
 
School is out and Summer is here! Things remain relatively busy in your City Government with a number of items to update you on below.

 

Have a great rest of the week!

Dan Langshaw
Ward 3 Councilman
North Royalton City Council

 

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Ward 3 Quick Update May 26, 2019

Ward 3 Resident,

I have just a few quick items to update you on below this Memorial Day Weekend.

Rumpke Waste & Recycling Memorial Day Holiday Schedule 
In observance of Memorial Day, just a reminder Rumpke trash and recycling collection will NOT occur on Monday May 27th. Service will be delayed one day the entire week of May 27th. This means if your regular pick-up day is Monday, it will be moved to Tuesday, Tuesday will be moved to Wednesday, etc. Rumpke will resume its normal schedule the week of June 3rd. If you have any questions, please call Rumpke at 1-800-828-8171 or Click Here for their full 2019 holiday schedule.

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May 14, 2019 Public Comments on Ordinance 2019-0005 before Cuyahoga County Council

Good evening members of the Cuyahoga County Council. My name is Dan Langshaw and I am the Ward 3 Councilman on the North Royalton City Council. Thank you for the opportunity provide comments regarding proposed Ordinance 2019-0005 the county disposable bag ban on behalf of my residents.

The sponsors of this legislation mean well. However, my residents have three key points they would like for you to take into consideration before you vote on this ban tonight. First, the timing of this legislation seems to be a smoke screen to avoid dealing with serious issues of alleged county corruption that is being investigated by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. The perception is a concern as well as the need for increased oversight in county government.

Second, the priorities of this council is a concern. If you ask my residents their top priorities are seeing additional county assistance for residents dying of the opioid epidemic, battling poverty, and addressing urgent infrastructure needs. For example I have an intersection of York Road (a county road) and Albion Road in my ward that desperately could use Issue One funding for a traffic study to help in making it safer and less congested. However, we must battle against cities like Cleveland for years to come even close to scoring for such funds. The environment is a concern but council needs to focus on other urgent priories as well county-wide.

Third, this bag ban seems to be pushed down our throats. Why isn’t this on the ballot for a vote? No one from the county has even reached out to local elected officials like myself in the other 58 municipalities to see how we could work more collaboratively together towards addressing this issue regionally. As well as exploring ways to expand existing education, environmental, and sustainability programs in our communities.

In closing, I agree with my residents that County Council should put this issue on the ballot for November. Give ALL residents whether they live on the east or west of this county a chance to collaboratively have their voices heard regarding this issue. A more collaborative approach such as this gives more time to educate residents, advocate to state lawmakers, and work with local elected officials toward a common goal of protecting our environment.

Thank you for the opportunity to speak to you.

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Ward 3 E-Newsletter: May 2019

Greetings Ward 3 Resident,

As the weather gets better you will start to see a lot of road work and other projects getting under way throughout the city. In City Government I have a number of things to update you on as well below.

Happy Mother’s Day to all the Mother’s here in Ward 3!

Happy Mother's Day Tag on Flowers

Dan Langshaw
Ward 3 Councilman
North Royalton City Council

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May 6, 2019 North Royalton Ward 3 Councilman Dan Langshaw & Ward 4 Councilman Paul Marnecheck House Bill 166 Joint Testimony before Ohio House Finance Committee

Chairman Oelslager, Vice Chair Scherer, Ranking Member Cera, and committee members. My name is Dan Langshaw and I am the Ward 3 Councilman on the North Royalton City Council. I am also accompanied by my colleague North Royalton Ward 4 Councilman Paul Marnecheck. Thank you for the opportunity for us both to testify on House Bill 166 the State Operating Budget.

The residents we both serve and all Ohioans wonder why there are so many communities having to put more levies, bond issues, and other ballot measures these days? Why are our highways, roads, bridges, and infrastructure falling apart in our state? The answer is looking you in the mirror. It is the leadership in Columbus for almost a decade that has caused this mess. Local governments historically have not been getting the funding they desperately need to address these issues in our communities.

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Ward 3 Quick Update April 27, 2019

Ward 3 Resident,

Just a reminder that the Medication Take Back Day is TODAY. See below flier for more details about times and drop off locations throughout the city. This is a great opportunity to safely get rid of any unused medications you may have in your medicine cabinets. If you are unable to participate today. The North Royalton Police Department has a secure drop off box in the lobby of their station that residents can use throughout the year to also dispose safely any unused medications as well.

Have a great weekend!

Dan Langshaw
Ward 3 Councilman
North Royalton City Council

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