Archives for 2017
For the upcoming November 7, 2017 General Election, Ohio voters will decide a number of local issues and races. Click here to see the LOCAL ISSUES.
Ohioans will also vote on two statewide ballot issues. Click here to see the STATE ISSUES.
Willoughby Residents can click here to see the Candidates for Mayor, City Council seats and Willoughby Municipal Judge.
The Willoughby-Eastlake School Board issue can be viewed here.
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The 2017 Pavement Repair Program has been bid and awarded to Chagrin Valley Paving and TC Construction. Work has already begun and will continue through the month June, weather permitting. The program will provide asphalt pavement resurfacing and concrete slab repairs on sixteen streets throughout the City.
The streets included for asphalt resurfacing are; Riverbend Road, Riverside Drive, and Code Avenue. Streets included for concrete repairs with an asphalt overlay are; the northern portion of Beidler Road, Glenbrook Road, Nantucket and Cheltenham Drives.
Streets requiring full depth concrete slab repairs include; Oak Ridge Drive, Beacon and Colonial Drives, Topps Industrial Parkway, Biltmore Place, River Road (SR 174), Polo Park Drive , Ramona Street, Westminster and Drury Lanes, Heritage Court and Western Parkway.
Residents and businesses are asked to refrain from parking in the street during this time.
The City of Willoughby will make available for public auction two (2) 2013 Ford Police Interceptor (Taurus) vehicles.
Most police equipment and decals have been removed from the vehicles. Both are in working condition but may be in need of minor repairs. Details and photos will be included on the auction listing. Below is some basic information:
Car 1 Car 2
2013 Ford Police Interceptor (Taurus) 2013 Ford Police Interceptor (Taurus)
VIN: 1FAHP2M88DG109724 VIN: 1FAHP2M8XDG109725
Manufacture date: 03/2012 Manufacture date: 03/2012
Mileage: 92813.7 Mileage: 90819.7
Engine: 3.7L Gas V6 HP: 300 Engine: 3.7L Gas V6 HP: 300
Drive train: AWD Drive train: AWD
Those interested can view the vehicles by appointment. Call (440) 953-4212 and ask for Police Administration