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Ward 3 E-Newsletter: February 2019

Greetings Ward 3 Resident,

Hopefully Mother Nature will show us some love this Valentine’s Day with warmer weather! City government remains relatively busy with a number of things to report on below.

Rumpke Rubbish & Recycling Collection Schedule Reminder
There is NO DELAY in rubbish or recycling collection on President’s Day February 18th. Your regular pick up day will be as normal that week. Please share this with any of your fellow neighbors who may not get my Ward Updates. If you have any issues or concerns regarding your pick up, please contact the City Service Department at 440-582-3002.

Have a great Week & Valentine’s Day!

Dan Langshaw
Ward 3 Councilman
North Royalton City Council


Council Update

Highlights from Council Meetings
Some highlights from the Council Meetings for the month of January. Council approved Ordinance 18-119 an ordinance updating the city’s credit card policy. Council also approved Ordinance 18-137 the zoning classification change requested by Omni Senior Living from its present R1A residential zoning classification to general business. Council approved Ordinance 19-08 granting Omni Senior Living a conditional use permit to construct and operate a senior living residential community. Read More. Council also approved the Mayor’s appointments of new firefighter/paramedics and police officers for both the Police and Fire Departments. Read More.

If you like to learn more about what is going on in City Council check out the minutes online by Clicking Here


City Update
Route 82 Widening Project Update
Work continues on widening of Route 82 between W. 130th Street and York Road. All traffic has been shifted to the north side of the road to allow construction of the underground utilities on the south side to occur. Work is occurring at the east end of the project between Spruce Run Drive and the City Service Center.  Work will continue all winter to prepare for earthwork and pavement in the late Spring/early Summer 2019 for this section.  Also beware of speed limit changes from 35mph to 25mph as well. The Cuyahoga County Public Works Department is responsible for construction of this project.  Any questions should be directed to their field office in North Royalton at 440-628-9229. Read More.

Sprague Road Widening Project Update
The City recently received good news that the Sprague Road widening has received additional Issue One grant funding for phase two. This phase between West 130th and York Road was granted $6.3 million in Issue One funding through the District One Public Works Integrating Committee. Issue One funding is a state voter-approved bond levy, periodically renewed, that provides funding locally for road and infrastructure improvements. Phase two is planned to begin some time in 2021. Read More.

Stop the Bleed Training
The Fire Department recently assisted University Hospital instructors with Stop the Bleed Training at North Royalton High School. This class is part of a partnership between University Hospitals, the North Royalton School District and the City of North Royalton. University Hospitals is donating over 400 kits so that all classrooms and school district vehicles will have the supplies. Read More.

Community Service Club Open House
Last year Council President Larry Antoskiewicz and I conducted a survey to help the city’s service clubs who are facing a decline in membership. Results indicated many residents are simply unfamiliar with the service clubs and what they do but would be willing to join if they knew more. Based off the survey results we want to help highlight these great community groups and boost membership we have organized the first-ever open house showcasing the various organizations all under one roof to offer residents more insight. The open house will be hosted from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 2 at the North Royalton High School Cafeteria 1. Pizza and refreshments will be provided. Each club will have a table and representatives on hand featuring information on their club, what it does, and how to help. Read More.

Tax Assistance
Are you looking for tax assistance? AARP Foundation Tax-Aide offers free tax preparation to anyone of any age-especially if you are 50 or older or can’t afford paid tax preparation. Every Wednesday, beginning February 6 through April 10, 2019 from 9:30am -12:30pm. at the North Royalton Public Library 5071 Wallings Road returns are electronically filed with the assistance of a tax counselor. Appointments are also available in person at the North Royalton Senior Center or by calling the center 440-582-6333.


Around Ward 3
Woodbury & West Hampton Annual HOA Meeting
On January 12th attended the Woodbury & West Hampton Annual HOA Meeting. I enjoyed getting feedback from residents and learning more about what the HOA is doing for their neighborhoods.

North Royalton/Broadview Heights Rotary Club Meeting
On January 16th attended the North Royalton/Broadview Heights Rotary Club Meeting! Thank you to the Rotary Club for all the great things they do for our community!

North Royalton Area Business Connection Meet Up
On January 17th attended the North Royalton Area Business Connection Meet Up at the North Royalton YMCA.

YMCA Community Sponsor
I recently became a Community Sponsor for the YMCA. I’m proud to support the great things the YMCA does for our kids and families here in North Royalton! If you like to learn more about the North Royalton Family YMCA Click Here.

Thank You NRPD!
Thank you to the North Royalton Police Department for catching people Soliciting without a permit in Ward 3 in the Sun Rise Cove neighborhood! Most importantly also in addition to getting those same folks for having active warrants, drug possession and more off the streets! It’s great to have these people off the streets and to see my recent changes to the City’s Solicitors and Peddlers Ordinance having a positive impact on safety in Ward 3 and for all of North Royalton! Read More. 

Snow Parking Ban Reminder
Just a reminder about snow parking bans and where to find out if one is in effect. A snow parking ban pertains to all city streets is not cancelled until a North Royalton Police Department supervisor deems all roads safe and clear, which typically occurs after snow plow operations have been completed. Violators of the snow parking ban are subject to parking citations and/or impoundment of their vehicles. If you like to find out if a snow parking ban is in place you can check out the NRPD Facebook page. You can also see updates in the Facebook and Twitter feed portions of my website’s homepage at www.danlangshaw.com

Ward 3 Recycling Tip of the Month
What Do I Do With Shredded Paper? Shredded paper should not be placed in your curbside recycling. The pieces are too small to be sorted properly at the recycling facility and will end up in the trash. Instead, ensure they are recycled by placing them in paper bags and recycling at a Paper Retriever or River Valley drop off bin. Click Here to learn more.

Hosts Needed for Ward 3 Neighborhood Meet & Greets?
Something new I want to try out for 2019 is doing Neighborhood Meet & Greets throughout Ward 3. I need some residents who are willing to volunteer to host the meeting at their homes anytime this year that is convenient for them. The purpose of these meetings is to get to know me better as your Councilman, share ideas or concerns for the city/ward, and to get to know your neighbors a little better too. If you are interested in being a host home please email me at ward3@northroyalton.org for more information. Thank you for your help!

Send In Your Feedback
Got an issue you are concerned about? Is there a Homeowner Association Meeting, Condo Association Meeting, Community Organization Meeting, Block Party, or Event that you would like for me attend? Email me your feedback at ward3@northroyalton.org

Upcoming Events

City Council Streets, Storm Water, & Utilities Committee Meetings February 5th at 6:00pm at City Hall. Click Here to view agendas.

City Council Meeting February 5th at 7:00pm at City Hall. Click Here to view agenda.

Elk Springs Community Meeting
There will be an informational presentation to be given by the Cleveland Metro Parks regarding their Elek Springs development concept located at 7985 Royalton Road.  This presentation will be held on February 12th at 6:00pm in the North Royalton City Hall Council Chambers, 14600 State Road, North Royalton, Ohio 44133. Read More.
 


City Council Finance, Safety, and Building & Building Codes Committee Meetings February 19th at 6:00pm at City Hall. Click Here to view agendas.

City Council Meeting February 19th at 7:00pm at City Hall. Click Here to view agenda.

Special City Council Finance Committee Meeting February 27th at 6:30pm at City Hall. Click Here to view agendas.

Monthly Coffee with Councilman Dan Langshaw
If you are a constituent living in the North Royalton Ward 3, you are invited to attend my monthly constituent coffee. I hold these coffees in order to stay in touch with fellow residents and listen to their feedback. There is no appointment necessary. Simply stop by and talk to me. The next coffee will be held on:
When: February 23, 2019
Time: 9:00am-10:00am
Where: Subway
5660 Wallings Rd.
North Royalton, OH 44133

North Royalton School District Community Meeting
The North Royalton City School District will be hosting a Community Meeting on February 26th at 7:00pm at high school’s center of performing art at 14713 Ridge Road. During the meeting Superintendent Greg Gurka will give his annual State of the Schools address as well as an in-depth update on building projects.

Royalton Hills Lions Club Annual Poor Man’s Raffle
Royalton Hills Lions Club will hold their Annual Poor Man’s Raffle on March 9th from 6:00pm to 10:00pm at the American Legion Post 703 at 7667 York Rd in Parma. This is one of their biggest fundraisers (and fun event) of the year! Raffle, side boards, Chinese Auction baskets, food/drink and FUN! Call Lion Eve for tickets ($20) 440 237-0036


City Calendar for February


Contact:

Dan Langshaw
Ward 3 Councilman
North Royalton City Council
14600 State Rd.
North Royalton, OH 44133
Phone: 440-785-4240
E-mail: ward3@northroyalton.org


Ward 3 Quick Update January 30, 2019

Ward 3 Resident,

Just a few quick updates regarding the extremely cold temperatures we are having the next few days here in Northeast Ohio. Please be careful if you have to head outside. Layer up. Make sure you don’t leave any pets outside. Check up on any elderly neighbors or family members to make sure they are ok as the temperatures continue to drop.

Stay Warm!

Dan Langshaw
Ward 3 Councilman
North Royalton City Council

Rumpke Curbside Trash & Recycling Service as NORMAL
If you have your curbside rubbish or recycling day this Wednesday or Thursday. There will be NO DELAY in your service here in the City of North Royalton. Again service is as NORMAL.

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NO Mail Service
The United States Postal Service has suspended delivery around the Cleveland area due to the frigid temperatures. They will not be delivering at all on Wednesday in any zip code that begins with 441. Read More.

Closures
Besides the North Royalton City School District being closed January 30th and 31st due to the weather. There are a number of other closures to various levels of government, offices, and etc. Click Here for a list.

Click Here to for more information about warming centers in Northeast Ohio.

Ward 3 E-Newsletter: January 2019

Greetings Ward 3 Resident,
Happy New Year! 2019 is off to a very busy start here in city government with much to report below. Before I get into more details I just wanted to share with you the following announcement:
Devoted to Continuing to Serve Ward 3
On January 3rd I pulled my petitions from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections to seek a fourth elected term on the North Royalton City Council. I want to continue my dedicated service to you my residents and provide trusted veteran leadership for the community on Council. I know there have been some rumors about me possibly running for Mayor or Council President the last few months I like to address. Serving as Mayor or Council President of North Royalton is something I definitely want to do in the near future and would be an honor. Seeking higher local elected office would allow me to help so many more residents and give me the ability to make an even greater difference for my home town. I appreciate all of you who have been urging me to run. However after meeting with my family over the holidays, some personal prayer, and self-reflection I am committed to continuing my service to you my residents as the Ward 3 Councilman. At this point in my life since my young family has grown recently with the addition of my youngest son Derek, my dedication to working to complete some unfinished projects/issues in our ward, and ensuring your voices are heard on Council remain my continued number one priority. Just not the right time yet. However I will reassess again in a few years. As a US Army Veteran service is something that is in my DNA. I truly love what I do! I also think 2020 will be a challenging transition year for our city with a new Mayor, Council President, and majority of Council. As a leader I believe my proven experience, dedication to service and leadership will be an asset to our community during this time! As I a leader I plan to step up to the challenge by hopefully being selected to serve as Council Pro Tem and help mentor the new members of Council with my experience, so together we all can provide great service to our community. The Council Pro Tem position fills in for the Council President when they are absent and is voted on by the new council once they are seated in 2020. Read More. Over the next several months I will be going door to door throughout our entire ward to meet with residents. I look forward to hearing what concerns or suggestions you may have regarding our ward and city’s future to come. See you soon!
Have a great Weekend!
Dan Langshaw
Ward 3 Councilman
North Royalton City Council

Council Update

Highlights from Council Meetings
Some highlights from the Council Meetings for the month of December. Council passed Resolution 18-124 a resolution strongly urging the Ohio General Assembly to pass Senate Bill 17 and restore back local government funding to municipalities throughout Ohio. Council also approved Ordinance 18-126 approving the Mayor’s appointment of Mark Smith to serve as the new Wastewater Superintendent for the City of North Royalton. Read More. Council approved Ordinance 18-129 amending the city’s parking ordinance to limit vehicles being parked on a tree lawn or front yard lawn for more than 24 hours. Read More. Council approved Ordinance 18-135 authoring the Mayor to enter into a lease agreement to purchase radios for the Police Department. Council approved Ordinance 18-138 authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Senior Transportation Connection.

2019 Budget Update
City Council has recently approved the 2019 City Budget. The budget is extremely conservative and solid balanced budget. While dealing with an estimated $900,000 in additional state funding cuts and an economic forecast of a 0.19% decrease in income tax revenue for 2019. As such I do plan to travel to Columbus in the next few months to testify before the Ohio General Assembly to urge them to restore local government funding cuts and invest more funding into repairing our aging infrastructure as well with the next biennium State Budget.

If you like to learn more about what is going on in City Council check out the minutes online by Clicking Here


City Update

Route 82 Widening Project Update
The widening of Route 82 between W. 130th Street and York Road is underway. The contractor for this project, DiGioia Suburban Excavating of North Royalton. OH, has begun to place the temporary pavement along the north side of Royalton Road.  This will allow for the shifting of two-way traffic to the north and allow for the widening on the south side to begin. A detour is in place so please follow this detour to avoid traffic delays during construction.  The contractor will be working on the large storm culvert just east of Olesia’s Place first, and then proceed to replace the storm sewer system and water main along the project corridor.  Expect delays during construction s this is a major widening project anticipated to last until July 2021. Also beware of speed limit changes from 35mph to 25mph as well. The Cuyahoga County Public Works Department is responsible for construction of this project.  Any questions should be directed to their field office in North Royalton at 440-628-9229. The anticipated completion is July 2021. This includes work during two consecutive winter seasons. The City understands that this is going to be a major inconvenience. Please be patient as this long anticipated road project gets completed in Ward 3 and the City of North Royalton. Read More.

Around Ward 3


Stuff the Squad
On December 15th my son Derek and I had so much fun supporting the North Royalton Fire Department with their Stuff the Squad at Discount Drug Mart in helping families in need in our community and area this Christmas! Special thanks to Chief Chegan, the entire North Royalton Fire Department, and other Neighboring Departments sponsoring this event! Read More.
Hometown Holiday Christmas Walk
On December 14th participated in the 2nd Annual Hometown Holiday Christmas Walk. Special thanks to Holistic Halo Salt Spa, Royalton Gifts Special Retail Shoppe, Madelyn Rose, Generations, and It’s So You Salon fro sponsoring this fun family friendly event. Also my son Derek and I had a fun time shopping at these local businesses for some gifts for the family too for Christmas!
Guest Speaker at NRMS
On December 14th I was a guest speaker for the North Royalton Middle School 6th Grade MVP Team. I enjoyed teaching the students about local government, city history, & the importance of helping others. Also every student got a pocket US Constitution donated by me. Special thank you to Mrs Vadini for the invite!
Senior Christmas Party
On December 10th it was great to attend the North Royalton Senior Center Christmas Party! Also great to see Santa Claus too!

Ward 3 Economic Development
The North Royalton Planning Commission has recently approved site plans which include two additions on the Shearer Equipment building for new tenants and razing the building that houses Olesia’s Place and the home next door to make way for a multi-tenant building as part of the new 82 Biz Plex here in Ward 3. The proposal for this future 82 Biz Plex also includes razing the building in front of Shearer where Olesia’s Place is located and the home next door to construct a new, single-story freestanding building, 11,520 square feet in size, that can accommodate up to eight new tenants, also for office/light industrial. A new driveway will be installed where the home is currently. The Planning Commission also approved consolidating all three parcels into one. Construction to begin in 2019. As a result the restaurant Olesia’s Place will be relocating to the former Taverne of Richfield in the summer. It’s great to see some re-development in this part of Ward 3 but I am sad see Olesia’s Place go but wish them all the best. Read More.

2018 Ward 3 Neighborhood Holiday Lighting Contest Winners
Thank you to all those who participated in the First Annual Ward 3 Neighborhood Holiday Lighting Contest! Special thank you to Firehouse Sports Bar & Grille and Holistic Hallo Salta Spa for donating prizes! Listed below are all the winners.


CLARK W GRISWOLD WINNER

Congrats to 8208 Washington Ave the Sherry Family for being the winners of the 2018 North Royalton Ward 3 Neighborhood Holiday Lighting Contest for the Clark W Griswold Category. Their light display you can see from outer space and would make the famous Griswold Family jealous! They win a $25 Firehouse Sports Bar & Grill Gift Certificate.


BEST HOLIDAY SPIRIT WINNER

Congrats to 11357 Worthington Way the Whiteman Family for being the winners of the 2018 North Royalton Ward 3 Neighborhood Holiday Lighting Contest for the Best Holiday Spirit Category. Their light display truly captures the classic holiday spirit! They win a $50 VISA Gift Card. Congrats!


FACEBOOK WINNER
Congrats to 6195 Castle Dr. the Kukla Family for being the winners of the 2018 North Royalton Ward 3 Neighborhood Holiday Lighting Contest for most LIKES on Facebook with over 75 LIKES being the Resident’s Choice for Best Holiday Lighting Display! They win a $25 VISA Gift Card and a FREE Salt Spa Room Session ($40 value) at the Holistic Halo Salt Spa. Congrats!


Safety Reminder
Make sure you STOP when school buses are picking up or dropping off students throughout our ward and city! Pay extra attention especially on the main roads! If you see someone break the law by not stopping their vehicle please get the plate number and a basic description of the vehicle and report it to the North Royalton Police Department at 440-237-8686. Read More about Ohio’s Motor Vehicle laws.Snow Parking Ban Reminder
Hopefully Mother Nature will be nice to us some more for 2019. But just in case here is a reminder about snow parking bans and where to find out if one is in effect. A snow parking ban pertains to all city streets is not cancelled until a North Royalton Police Department supervisor deems all roads safe and clear, which typically occurs after snow plow operations have been completed. Violators of the snow parking ban are subject to parking citations and/or impoundment of their vehicles. If you like to find out if a snow parking ban is in place you can check out the NRPD Facebook page. You can also see updates in the Facebook and Twitter feed portions of my website’s homepage at www.danlangshaw.com


Ward 3 Recycling Tip of the Month
Do not place holiday lights (tanglers) in your curbside recycling. Tanglers, including holiday lights and power cords, cannot be recycled in your home recycling bin and will cause problems and shut-downs at the local recycling facility. During the Christmas season, retailers including Home Depot and Lowe’s Home Improvement have collection bins for holiday lights. Check at your local store. Christmas Light Source and HolidayLEDs also offer recycling and rebate programs for strings of lights. The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo collects Lights for Lions to support lion and cheetah conservation efforts. Drop off bins are inside the Zoo gates from January 1st-February 15th. Recycle your broken, burned out strings of lights, power strips and power cords during the District’s holiday lights recycling program. The Solid Waste District accepts strands of lights (holiday lights and other strands) at its facility located at 4750 East 131 Street in Garfield Heights. Drop off in our lobby during business hours M-F 8:30am-4:30pm. The recycling program runs December 1st-January 15th. No bags or boxes in the recycling bin, please. Place items loose in our lobby drop box and take all bags, boxes and containers home with you. Artificial trees, solar lights and outdoor spotlights are not accepted. Materials collected are recycled by a local Cleveland company.

Send In Your Feedback
Got an issue you are concerned about? Is there a Homeowner Association Meeting, Condo Association Meeting, Community Organization Meeting, Block Party, or Event that you would like for me attend? Email me your feedback at ward3@northroyalton.org


Upcoming Events

City Council Streets, Storm Water, & Utilities Committee Meetings January 2nd at 6:00pm at City Hall. Click Here to view agendas.

City Council Meeting January 2nd at 7:00pm at City Hall. Click Here to view agenda.

City Council Finance, Safety, and Building & Building Codes Committee Meetings January 15th at 6:00pm at City Hall. Click Here to view agendas.

City Council Meeting January 15th at 7:00pm at City Hall. Click Here to view agenda.

Monthly Coffee with Councilman Dan Langshaw
If you are a constituent living in the North Royalton Ward 3, you are invited to attend my monthly constituent coffee. I hold these coffees in order to stay in touch with fellow residents and listen to their feedback. There is no appointment necessary. Simply stop by and talk to me. The next coffee will be held on:
When: January 26, 2019
Time: 9:00am-10:00am
Where: Subway
5660 Wallings Rd.
North Royalton, OH 44133

North Royalton School District Community Meeting
The North Royalton City School District will be hosting a Community Meeting on February 26th at 7:00pm at high school’s center of performing art at 14713 Ridge Road. During the meeting Superintendent Greg Gurka will give his annual State of the Schools address as well as an in-depth update on building projects. Read More.

City Calendar for January


Contact:

Dan Langshaw
Ward 3 Councilman
North Royalton City Council
14600 State Rd.
North Royalton, OH 44133
Phone: 440-785-4240
E-mail: ward3@northroyalton.org

 

 

 

2018 Ward 3 Neighborhood Holiday Lighting Contest Winners

Thank to Firehouse Sports Bar & Grille and Holistic Hallo Salta Spa for donating prizes! Thank you to all those who participated! Below are 2018 North Royalton Ward 3 Neighborhood Holiday Lighting Contest Winners!


CLARK W GRISWOLD WINNER

Congrats to 8208 Washington Ave the Sherry Family for being the winners of the 2018 North Royalton Ward 3 Neighborhood Holiday Lighting Contest for the Clark W Griswold Category. Their light display you can see from outer space and would make the famous Griswold Family jealous! They win a $25 Firehouse Sports Bar & Grill Gift Certificate.


BEST HOLIDAY SPIRIT WINNER
Congrats to 11357 Worthington Way the Whiteman Family for being the winners of the 2018 North Royalton Ward 3 Neighborhood Holiday Lighting Contest for the Best Holiday Spirit Category. Their light display truly captures the classic holiday spirit! They win a $50 VISA Gift Card. Congrats!


FACEBOOK WINNER

Congrats to 6195 Castle Dr. the Kukla Family for being the winners of the 2018 North Royalton Ward 3 Neighborhood Holiday Lighting Contest for most LIKES on Facebook with over 75 LIKES being the Resident’s Choice for Best Holiday Lighting Display! They win a $25 VISA Gift Card and a FREE Salt Spa Room Session ($40 value) at the Holistic Halo Salt Spa. Congrats!

Ward 3 E-Newsletter: December 2018

Greetings Ward 3 Resident,

I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving with their family and friends! About 21 more days till Christmas! As we approach the end of 2018, things remain relatively busy in City Government with much to update you on below. Two quick things before I get into my update that I like to bring to your attention.

National Day of Mourning
President Donald Trump has declared tomorrow Wednesday December 4th a National Day of Mourning in honor of the late President George Herbert Walker Bush, the 41st president of the United States who died November 30th. Please be aware that all federal offices, some banks and courts will be closed.The United States Postal Service will suspend regular mail deliveries, retail services and administrative office activity. The Postal Service will provide limited package delivery service on that day to ensure that the network remains fluid.


2018 North Royalton Ward 3 Neighborhood Holiday Lighting Contest
I invite all Ward 3 residents to participate in the First Annual Ward 3 Neighborhood Holiday Lighting Contest. CLICK HERE to watch contest video for details. The purpose of the contest is to stimulate and enhance a sense of community by rewarding North Royalton Ward 3 residents that go above-and-beyond in decorating their home for the winter holiday season.

Contest Rules
1. Entry is FREE, no cost or fees apply.
2. Participation is open only to North Royalton Ward 3 Residents.
3. Decorations must be visible from the street only for judging.
4. Last day to submit online entry form is Saturday, December 22nd, 2018.
5. Decorations for the contest must be available and lit up on December 23rd between the hours of 6:00pm and 9:00pm for judging.
6. Contest winners will be announced on December 24th.
7. All participants agree to have one or more photos of their decorated residence exterior posted on Councilman Dan Langshaw’s Facebook page, Twitter, website, and E-Newsletter. Participants agree there will be no compensation of any kind for said postings or publication.
8. In addition, there will be a Facebook contest for those who submit a photo and address for residents to vote on. Facebook contest Winner will be announced on December 30th.

Categories
Best Holiday Spirit- Light display that truly captures the classic holiday spirit!
Clark W. Griswold – The display you can see from outer space!
(Facebook Contest – Residents’ Choice)

Prizes
Best Holiday Spirit Winner: $50 Visa Gift Card
Clark W. Griswold Winner: $25 Firehouse Sports Bar & Grill Gift Certificate
Facebook Contest Winner: $25 Visa Gift Card and a Free Salt Spa Room Session ($40 value) at the Holistic Halo Salt Spa

Registration
To register email Ward 3 Councilman Dan Langshaw at ward3@northroyalton.org or click on this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JXF9Q2L

Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from my family to yours!

Dan Langshaw
Ward 3 Councilman
North Royalton City Council


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Ward 3 Quick Update November 24, 2018

Ward 3 Resident,

Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving with your families! Just a quick update on a few items below.

Small Business Saturday


Today November 24th is Small Business Saturday. Please consider supporting our local businesses here in North Royalton this holiday season! Today there are a few local business having a Small Business Saturday Specials. Read More.

Holiday Lighting & Christmas Parade

The Annual North Royalton Holiday Lighting & Christmas Parade will be tomorrow November 25th starting at 4:45pm on the City Green. Read More. Santa will also be in town too for the kids!

Have a Great Weekend and GO Buckeyes!

Dan Langshaw
Ward 3 Councilman
North Royalton City Council

Ward 3 E-Newsletter: November 2018

Greetings Ward 3 Resident,

I hope everyone had a fun and safe Halloween. Although the holiday season is close upon us, things continue to remain relatively busy here in city government as we start to prepare the 2019 City Budget. Before I get into my update for this month, I have a few quick reminders.


Election Day TODAY

Thomas Jefferson said it best “We in America do not have government by the majority. We have government by the majority who participate.” So make sure you participate and exercise your right to vote TODAY November 6th on Election Day. Polls are open from 6:30am-7:30pm today. The following places are polling locations for Ward 3 residents:

North Royalton Christian Church
5100 Royalton Rd
Voting Precinct 3A

Albion Elementary School
9360 Albion Rd
Voting Precinct 3B

North Royalton High School
14713 Ridge Rd
Voting Precincts 3C & 3D

If you are still not sure what your polling location is, then Click Here. Or call the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections at 216-443-8683.

State Issue 1
I am continuing to get questions from residents about where I stand on State Issue 1 that is on the November 6th Ballot. Click Here to read my position and other community leaders. No matter where you stand on this issue. Please make sure you do your homework before you vote. If passed State Issue 1 will be very hard to change since it is a constitutional amendment.


Veterans Day
November 12th is Veterans Day. Please join me in thanking all those who have served or are currently serving our country in the United States Military. We owe them a great debt of gratitude for all their sacrifices they have made in the defense of our great nation.

Have a great Week!Dan Langshaw
Ward 3 Councilman
North Royalton City Council

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Ward 3 Quick Update October 27, 2018

Ward 3 Resident,

Just a quick update on a few items below.

Medication Take Back Day



North Royalton Bicentennial Time Capsule Ceremony

Today Saturday October 27th at 1:00pm the City will be burying a time capsule on the official date of the City of North Royalton’s founding outside the North Royalton Historical Society Museum located at 13759 Ridge Rd. Please come out for this historic event to officially end this year’s Bicentennial Celebration! At the conclusion of the ceremony we will have cake! Read More.


Halloween Trick or Treat Night
Halloween Trick or Treat Night will be held on October 31st from 6-8 pm in the City of North Royalton.


Have a Great Weekend and Happy Birthday North Royalton!

Dan Langshaw
Ward 3 Councilman
North Royalton City Council

Ward 3 E-Newsletter: October 2018

Ward 3 E-Newsletter: October 2018

Greetings Ward 3 Resident,

Fall is officially here! So is Playoff Baseball for the Cleveland Indians and the Cleveland Browns have actually won two games! October is definitely off to a great start! Things remain relatively busy here in city government with a number of things to report on below.

Some quick reminders:


Halloween Trick or Treat Night
Halloween Trick or Treat Night will be held on October 31st from 6-8 pm in the City of North Royalton.


November 6th General Election
On the November 6th General Election ballot there are candidates for United States Senator, Representative to Congress (16th District), State Representative (7th District), Governor & Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, State Auditor, State Attorney General, State Treasurer, Justices for State Supreme Court, County Court Judges, and more. There also State Issue, County Charter Amendments, and School District Renewal Operating Levy. Make sure you exercise your right to vote! October 9th is the last day to register to vote in the November General Election. If you are not registered to vote Click Here to register today. October 10th Vote by Mail begins. To avoid lines on Election Day, and to allow extra time to study the ballot, all registered voters may Vote by Mail. Vote by Mail ballot applications are available at the Board of Elections website by Clicking Here, by calling the Board of Elections at 216-443-8683, and at all public libraries. Polls are open on November 6th from 6:30am-7:30pm. Click Here for more information.

Have a great week and GO BROWNS!

Dan Langshaw
Ward 3 Councilman
North Royalton City Council

 

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Ward 3 Quick Update September 8, 2018

Ward 3 Resident,

Just a quick update on a few items below I want to bring your attention to.


Heavy Rains Expected This Weekend
The extended weather forecast calls for heavy rainfall amounts late Saturday all day Sunday. The North Royalton Service Department and Wastewater Departments will be working 24/7 during this weekend’s rain event.

Service department employees will be working throughout the city in an effort to prevent debris blockage in catch basins, culverts and streams. Residents can do their part by inspecting and cleaning swales, ditches and sewer grates on their property. While we have had tremendous success the past ten years addressing decades of neglect to our infrastructure, it is important to understand in the heaviest of rain events there is a possibility of flooded roadways, creeks, roadside ditches and storm sewers. Our Service and Wastewater Department employees will do everything they can to keep our roads safe and the rainwater moving during this expected rain event. As always, our Police and Fire Departments are prepared to react and assist in any emergency situation. Also if I can be of any assistance I can be reached at 440-785-4240 or ward3@northroyalton.org. Thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding!



Sprague Road Update

Sprague Road is open again to all traffic between York Road and West 130th. The overlay paving is complete. Special thanks to the City of Parma and Cuyahoga County working with our City to get this done so quickly!
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