Monthly Archives: December 2012

Westlake City Council Updates

Westlake City Council updates Below are the links to the agenda from the December 20 Westlake City Council meeting with actions as well as the approved minutes from the December 6 Council meeting, the December 18 Special Council meeting and the December 8 Finance committee meeting. Council meeting agenda with actions:  http://www.cityofwestlake.org/pdfs/CnlAgendas/CnlAgenda.pdf Approved Council meeting minutes:  http://www.cityofwestlake.org/pdfs/CouncilMinutes/2012/20121206CnlMin.pdf Approved Special Council ... Read More »

Westlake Police blotter Dec. 21, 2012

Westlake Police blotter Dec. 21, 2012 As of this writing, the so-called Mayan Apocalypse has not occurred. Any status changes to this world’s existence will be reported at once. Front door glass was broken with a rock at a Westchester Pkwy. home on Dec. 12 at 6:18PM by two males, who also yelled threats through the door. One was wearing ... Read More »

Manning backs Autism coverage

Manning backs Autism coverage State Senator Gayle Manning (R–North Ridgeville) released the following statement this morning (Dec. 21) regarding Ohio’s policy changes that will expand access to necessary health coverage for individuals with autism-spectrum disorders. All comments can be directly attributed to State Senator Gayle Manning. “I am and have always been a strong proponent of increasing access to much-needed ... Read More »

Kasich’s got plans for ‘13

Kasich’s got plans for ‘13 Tax and reform packages are back on the table, joined by school funding and the turnpike By Joe Vardon The “fracking” tax boost/income-tax-cut package that Gov. John Kasich couldn’t push through the legislature in 2012 appears primed for passage next year. Kasich held his annual year-end review yesterday at the Statehouse, an event where the Republican ... Read More »

KASICH APPOINTS FRENCH AS NEW SUPREME COURT JUSTICE

KASICH APPOINTS FRENCH AS NEW SUPREME COURT JUSTICE French Will Replace Stratton; Continue Long Record of Service to Ohio   COLUMBUS – Governor John R. Kasich today announced the appointment of Judge Judith L. French of the 10th District Court of Appeals to replace Ohio Supreme Court Justice Evelyn Lundberg Stratton. French has served on the 10th District Court since ... Read More »

The NDAA: More War Abroad and More Austerity Here at Home

“We gather at a fiscal cliff of our own making and refuse to see the implications of our unrestrained spending for war.” Washington D.C. (December 20, 2012) – Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) today spoke on the House floor in strong opposition to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). See video here. “In this discussion over the NDAA, we arrive at a ... Read More »

Mercy to Offer Innovative, Cost-Saving Health Care Program

SelectCare by Mercy offers  a new health care delivery model to help private sector  employers meet the challenge of rising healthcare costs while providing high-quality coverage to their employees. SelectCare by Mercy is an innovative, cost-saving model of health care delivery. It  was announced Dec. 14 at LCCC’s Spitzer Conference Center. “When it comes to health care coverage, employers across ... Read More »

West Park Catholic Academy visits St. John Medical Center

Second and third graders from the West Park Catholic Academy in Cleveland visited St. John Medical Center on Dec. 13, bringing holiday caroling and cheer to one and all. Click Here to view the Photo Gallery Read More »

Westlake Police Report 12/9/2012

A Westlake man’s $350 cell phone was taken from his unlocked 2001 Jeep between 9:30PM-10PM on Dec. 1. The theft occurred in a Center Ridge Rd. apartment house parking lot. No suspects.   A Canterbury Rd. man’s garage was entered on the night of Dec. 1 through the unlocked pedestrian door. $110 in quarters, a wallet, and a GPS unit ... Read More »

Bay Village Police Report 12/10/2012

During the early morning of December 8th several residents of Rexford, Aberdeen, and West Oviatt reported that their unlocked vehicles had been entered overnight.  A GPS, an I-Pod, and prescription pills were stolen.  Police are investigating and remind residents to please lock your vehicles. On 12/08/2012, a resident in the 24000 block of Lake Rd. returned home and discovered his house ... Read More »