Due to the Labor Day holiday on Monday, September 1, 2014 – Rubbish Pick-Up will be one day late. City buildings including the Recreation Center will be closed.
REVISION OF TRAFFIC MAINTENANCE RIDGE ROAD- POSTED AUGUST 26
On Wednesday, September 3, 2014 at 7:30am and weather permitting, Perk Company, Inc. will revise the maintenance of the traffic zone on the Cuyahoga County reconstruction of Ridge Road from I-480 to Memphis Avenue project. The zone location will change with construction starting on the west side of Ridge Rd from Biddulph Rd. to the I-480 ramp. The west side of Ridge Rd. will be closed with traffic maintained one lane in each direction on the east side of Ridge Rd from the I-480 ramp to Biddulph Rd. Some smaller side streets will be closed with posted detours and larger side streets will be reduced to one lane in each direction during the course of the project.
road closure - posted August 20, 2014
On Friday, August 22, 2014 at 7:00am and weather permitting, Perk Company, Inc. will close the north half of the Biddulph intersection on the east side of Ridge Road. There will be no access westbound from Biddulph to Ridge Rd. Biddulph eastbound will be maintained with access from Ridge Rd. as well. Westbound thru traffic on Biddulph east of Ridge Rd. will be required to detour at Fulton Rd. and follow the posted detour signs to Memphis Ave. Westbound Biddulph traffic west of Ridge Rd. will not be affected. The closure will last approximately 2 weeks. This will be done to accomplish the replacement of the NE half of the intersection east of Ridge Rd. Message boards will be placed prior to the implementation to inform the public of the following detour. Road closure signs (Local Access Only) and detour signs will be placed.
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NOPEC update -August 11, 2014
Earlier this week, First Energy Solutions (FES) announced that it was exiting a substantial part of its retail electric business. NOPEC met Wednesday with FES Senior Management to discuss those changes and to confirm FES will remain in the governmental aggregation business. The FES/NOPEC contract remains in effect until December 2019, and your community's residents enrolled in NOPEC's electricity aggregation program will continue to receive their electricity generation at a discounted price.
We have received a great number of calls and emails the last few days concerning the impact that FES' business changes may have on our residential and small commercial customers. I want to assure you that there are NO changes to the NOPEC/FES governmental opt-out aggregation program.
Several communities have reported opportunistic power marketers have reached out to our member communities to tell them NOPEC is no longer able to meet their needs, and they can help with the transition. I want to assure you this is not true, and the NOPEC governmental opt-out aggregation is as strong as ever and will continue to serve your community. If a marketer tells you otherwise, please forward their contact information to me directly so NOPEC can personally reach out to them.
You can be assured FES remains as NOPEC's electricity supplier and all of NOPEC's services--and discounted pricing--remain intact. NOPEC continues to be the largest retail energy aggregation in the nation, providing savings to Northeast Ohioans of more than $200 million to date. Our success is because of you: Our member communities.
PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE BROOKLYN PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING THAT WAS SCHEDULED FOR THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 IN THE BROOKLYN CITY HALL CONFERENCE ROOM LOCATED AT 7619 MEMPHIS AVENUE, BROOKLYN, OHIO 44144 HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO LACK OF APPLICATIONS.