City of Westlake Social Roundup

Information courtesy of the City of Westlake, www.facebook.com/cityofwestlakeohio

Thank You, Al Umerley

The City of Westlake is sending Al Umerley best wishes in retirement after 20 years with the Westlake Service Department!

During a reception at the Westlake Service Center on Tuesday, Al shared some of the highlights of his two-decade career with the city. He noted how much he loved doing building maintenance work for the city and decorating City Hall for the holidays. He also expressed how he always took pride in his work, even when assigned to less appealing tasks like collecting/sorting rubbish in his early days with the city. Happy retirement Al!!!

Nonagenarians Wanted

If you or someone you know will be celebrating a birthday of 90 or over in 2021 and would like to receive an Over 90 Birthday Proclamation from Westlake Mayor Dennis Clough, call Cindi at Westlake Community Services at 440-899-3544 by April 16, 2021. Many of the City of Westlake’s 90+ residents are already on a notification list for these special birthday certificates but we want to ensure we reach everyone who may be interested so we can help make their impressive milestone even more special!

Welcome, Firefighter Granito

The City of Westlake is pleased to welcome Andrew Granito to its staff of firefighters. Mayor Dennis M. Clough swore in Granito at City Hall on Friday. His mother, Laura Granito, did the honor of pinning on his badge during the ceremony. #welcometowestlake

Erin Go Braugh

HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY! Mayor Dennis M. Clough is celebrating while dressed in a hand-knit hat and sweater he obtained years ago on a trip to Tralee, Ireland, a Sister City to Westlake. During one of two trips to the town, Mayor Clough was gifted a replica of the “Rose of Tralee” bronze sculpture and an official Proclamation commemorating the relationship between Tralee and Westlake. #happystpatricksday

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