Bay Village to hold town hall meeting March 31

On Monday, March 31, at 7:30 p.m., the City of Bay Village will be holding a town hall meeting at the Dwyer Memorial Center, 300 Bryson Lane. The goal of the town hall meeting is to inform residents on issues and 2014 projects in our town. 

Sewers, rates and Bay Village’s portion of increasing costs associated with the Rocky River Wastewater Treatment Plant will be a main topic of the evening. Bay Village service director Scott Thomas and Bob Greytak of CT Consultants, consulting engineer for Bay Village, will be present to provide an overview of the plant and answer questions from the public. 

The format of the town hall meeting will be similar to the weekly council meeting structure and will include updates from the administration and council as well as comments from the audience.

All city council meetings are open to the public and are held on Monday evenings at 7:30 p.m. in city hall. There is an audience portion for comments from residents on agenda items or any other issue that is important to them. 

My sincere hope is that we see some new faces at city hall on Monday evenings. You are always welcome. Another way to stay involved is to access the city's website, Agendas for upcoming council and committee meetings, minutes from past meetings and other pertinent documents are posted on the website under City Government, then click on City Council.

I look forward to seeing you on March 31.


City Council President Paul Koomar

Bay Village City Council President

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