It certainly appears as though Concord residents will be asked to vote on a Fire Department levy in November, 2019. Rather than state the number of mills or the term of the levy at this time, we will wait until… Read More ›
Lake County Cities & Townships
This is a follow up to our previous post on Concord Township’s Budget: https://lobbyistsforcitizens.com/2019/05/14/concord-townships-budget-by-the-numbers/ There was some “feedback” from Andy Rose, Concord Township’s administrator. Andy got his ‘knickers in a bunch’ because of a statement we made, and asked if… Read More ›
We attended the Riverside School Board this evening and it was the perfect meeting to attend. They had their consultants discussing the options of spending taxpayers’ money to renovate versus building a whole new school. Are you ready for some… Read More ›
LFC offers congratulations to Laura Poje for being nominated for the 2020 State of Ohio teacher of the year award. Best of luck to her.
We were reviewing the Riverside local schools website and saw this article on their “Cultural Playbook” http://www.riversidelocalschools.com/protected/ArticleView.aspx?iid=6GPIA32&dasi=3U30 “The District has developed a Culture Playbook which focuses on values, behaviors and outcomes. The Culture Playbook was developed by the District Leadership Team… Read More ›
We have confirmed that the Willoughby-Eastlake school district has indeed requested a 4.99 mill property tax levy on the August ballot in a 2019 special election. We asked the Lake County Board of Elections how much will this cost the… Read More ›
Concord Trustees appointed Concord resident Carl H. Dondorfer to replace Chris Galloway as the new trustee. We will have to take the time to meet Mr. Dondorfer and wish him well in his new position.
[We previously had the information for the May, 2018 ballot issue. Since our goal is always 100% accuracy, we have revised this post.] LFC will give a presentation on property taxes on April 16th from 7:00 pm to 8:45 pm… Read More ›