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Ward 3 Quick Update November 12, 2017

Ward 3 Resident,

Just a few quick items to update you on.

November 5th Storm Clean Up Update

Power Issues
As of the evening of Tuesday November 7th power was restored back to the remaining areas in our Ward that were without power. If you still have any residual power related issues please contact First Energy at 1-888-544-4877.

Storm Debris
The City Service Department has completed clearing all the city roads and streets of storm debris. The are a number of individual residential properties that still have storm debris on their properties and have begun clean up. Storm debris collection will will take place on your regular rubbish collection day. DO NOT throw any tree branches or storm debris into the street or roadway. All trash including storm debris or branches must be at your curb or tree lawn on your regular collection day. Very large branches will need to be cut down and bundled, so they are not longer than 4 ft in length. All bundles must be tied securely and not weigh more than 60 lbs. Smaller twigs and debris you are not able to bundle can be placed in paper or plastic bags. Any residents wishing to drop off storm debris they can do so at the Saturday Drop-Off Station located at 11545 Royalton Rd from 8am-3pm, the same curbside guidelines stated above will be followed. Click HERE to read those guidelines. As usual, NO COMMERCIAL TRUCKS OR BUSINESSES WILL BE ACCEPTED. If you have questions related to storm debris clean-up please contact the Service Department at 440-582-3002.


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Ward 3 E-Newsletter: November 2017

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 2018 city budget and deal with mother nature too. Before I get into my update for this month, I have a few quick reminders/update.

Sunday Storm Update
Overnight Sunday November 5th our city got the brunt of the storm that caused power outrages, road closures, down trees, and other storm debris. Also the Fire Department had over 60 calls for service which included some medical calls and a structure fire. A big thank you to all our First Responders and Service Department for all they did last night and continue to do for the storm clean up! Now that the storm has ended Ward 3 residents here is some important information listed below that may help you:

Down Trees & Storm Debris
If you have down trees or storm debris not effecting power lines or any structural damage please contact the Service Department at 440-582-3002 for assistance.

Down Power Line Issues
If you have down power line issues please contact the Fire Department immediately so they can address these hazards as soon as they are identified at 440-237-4315.

Power Outages
The last I have checked all the power that was out in Ward 3 was restored around midnight and 2:30am this morning. If you still do not have power please contact First Energy at 1-888-544-4877 to report the power outage. You can also report outages and get updates from First Energy at http://outages.firstenergycorp.com/oh.html

If there are any other issues you can contact me at ward3@northroyalton.org or 440-785-4240.


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Ward 3 Quick Update May 20, 2014

Greetings Ward 3 Resident,

Based on numerous calls and emails from residents the last few days. I just wanted to provide some additional information. Also feel free to share with your neighbors who may not get my updates.

May 12th Storm Clean Up
I have toured the entire ward and visited with many residents impacted by the historic flash flood we had last week. In addition, I have been working to get residents connected with the right resources for clean up and other assistance. City crews are still working to clear debris and assisting residents. I have sent letters and emails to United States Senator Sherrod Brown, Governor John Kasich, State Representative Mike Dovilla, and State Senator Tom Patton passing along the concerns and requests from Ward 3 residents for additional assistance. I am also working with the Mayor and the administration to address storm water concerns raised by residents.

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Ward 3 Quick Update May 13, 2014

Ward 3 Resident,

Last night Mother Nature was pretty nasty with two different tornado warnings and flash flooding in our area. I hope you and your family are doing ok. Even I got stuck driving home after the first tornado warning expired and had to seek shelter after the second tornado warning and flood waters made it impossible to drive home in the city. But I did try to keep residents posted with live updates on my websites Twitter and Facebook feeds at www.danlangshaw.com to communicate important safety and storm related information. If you have not registered for the city’s reverse 911 you can by clicking here.

I spoke with many Ward 3 residents throughout last night and into early hours of this morning to get them the necessary assistance they needed. I have been in contact with the Service Department and they have a list of areas throughout the ward that experienced flash flooding issues and information to safety forces on roads needing to be closed down for safety reasons during the storm.

Flash flooding can just overload our storm water system because of all the flow and debris in such a short period of time. With all the hills we have in this city, it can happen in a rare storm like last night. If you are still having storm or storm water related issues still today, please report it to the North Royalton Service Department at 440-582-3002. City crews have been working throughout the night and into day to address the large volume of residents needing assistance. If you need any additional assistance I can be reached at 440-785-4240 or by email at ward3@northroyalton.org.

For updates on current road closures check out the North Royalton Police Department Twitter page by clicking here.

Also here is a link to some information from the Northeast Ohio Red Cross on tips with dealing with home flooding click here.

Finally, I just like to thank the Police Department, Fire Department, and City Employees who have been working around the clock to help residents here in Ward 3 and throughout our city. Thank you!

Have a good day,

Dan Langshaw
Ward 3 Councilman
North Royalton City Council