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North Royalton Ward 3 & Community E-Newsletter November 2020 Wrap Up (Volume 4)

Greetings Residents,

Hope everyone had a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving. My family and I did an early mini Thanksgiving the before night to make it special for my wife Marissa who is a nurse. Like many others who had to work the holiday at hospitals on the front lines battling COVID-19 and saving lives! To all the doctors, nurses, police officers, fire fighters, all those serving overseas in the US military. You all are heroes! God Bless and Thank You all!

Below I have a number of important COVID-19, local government, and holiday items to update you on as we get closer to Christmas.  As always if I can be of any service to you or your family don’t hesitate to email me at danlangshawfornrward3@yahoo.com or call me at 440-785-4240.

Have a Great Week!

Dan Langshaw
Former Councilman &
2021 Candidate for North Royalton Ward 3 City Council

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Ward 3 E-Newsletter: October 2019

Greetings Ward 3 Resident,

Fall is officially here! Things remain relatively busy here in city government with a number of things to report on below.

Halloween Trick or Treat Night
Halloween Trick or Treat Night will be held on October 31st from 6:00pm-8:00pm in the City of North Royalton.

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 September. Council approved Resolution 19-72 authorizing the Mayor to seek financial assistance from the State Issue 1 Infrastructure Bond Program for Funding for Abbey Road. Council also approved Ordinance 19-74 amending the Rules of Council to update procedures for members needing to abstain from voting on legislation for any possible conflict that may come up which they can’t vote on legislation before council. Council also approved Ordinance 19-79 allowing the city to restructure the debt on the YMCA property and building. The end result will be a lower interest rate and savings for both the city and the YMCA.
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