MEDINA, Ohio — Metropolis Council has handed a resolution to use American Rescue Program Act (ARPA) money for the demolition of a residence on Foundry Road adjacent to Ray Mellert Park.
“This request is to use the ARPA money that were authorised by our attorney to demolish the home at 368 Foundry St.,” explained Parks and Recreation Director Jansen Wehrley.
“The property has not still transferred as of now, but we want to be a tiny bit proactive and get the buy purchase secured so that we can get the residence down and the assets cleaned up and then incorporate it into Ray Mellert Park,” he reported.
In other information, Mayor Dennis Hanwell spoke about a big metropolis Memorial Working day custom.
“I’m happy to report that we will be acquiring the Memorial Working day parade this Might 30 and it will just take location as it has in the past, with the lineup in front of the courthouse and the library and Garfield College,” he stated.
Additionally, metropolis Engineer Patrick Patton mentioned two metropolis initiatives likely out to bid this 7 days.
“Our South Courtroom water tower repainting and routine maintenance will be out to bid on Wednesday (April 13) and on Friday (April 15), our Gates Mills bridge substitution will be out to bid,” Patton claimed.
The town is also established to get back into celebrating new companies with the commence of its yearly ribbon-reducing ceremonies.
“We are acquiring all set to begin up our ribbon-chopping path all over again beginning on May 6, which is a Friday, in conjunction with the Chamber of Commerce and Most important Road Medina,” mentioned Financial Growth Director Kimberly Marshall.
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