As a follow-up to our last article on the Housing Affordability Threshold, we wanted to see what the future holds for Lake County seniors regarding the possibilities of being priced out of their homes due to increasing property taxes. Here… Read More ›
Lake County Seniors
Updated: 12/11/18 After reviewing the financial statements of the Lake County Council on Aging, we had some questions and sent the following email to Joseph R. Tomsick, Executive Director. “Upon reviewing the financial statements for 2017, we noticed that the… Read More ›
They are having a Blizzard Bag Food Drive December 10th – December 14th.
We have been doing research on the population numbers for the State of Ohio and Lake, Geauga and Lorain County. Using the raw data from the U.S. Census Bureau and the Center for Community Solutions, we projected the population by… Read More ›
A public service announcement for Riverside School: The District is once again hosting a Senior Citizen Appreciation Dinner on Thursday, November 8 at 4 p.m. Resident seniors can enjoy dinner in the Riverside High School cafeteria prepared and served by students in… Read More ›
From the Center for Community Solutions, here are some very interesting and disturbing facts about social issues in Lake County. Lake2018
Thanks to a couple of our Lobbyists for this information: Lake County Council on Aging seeking volunteers By Community report, The News-Herald Thursday, July 5, 2018 The Lake County Council on Aging is seeking volunteers in all program areas —… Read More ›
As in Lake County, that population is aging fast in Cuyahoga County. This will presents many challenges to our society.
Thanks to Lobbyist Arzella for this information:: https://cityofmentor.com/free-fresh-produce-limited-income-seniors/ The Mentor Senior Center is teaming up with the Greater Cleveland Foodbank to offer free produce to Lake County seniors. Beginning July 16 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., the center will welcome seniors to its… Read More ›
We have known for quite some time that our population is aging (it is the “baby boomers” rounding third and heading home), but we have never seen any projected numbers. So we thought that we would try our hand at… Read More ›
Here is a great article by the Center for Community Solutions published on February 26, 2018. It deals with senior levies in the State of Ohio. https://www.communitysolutions.com/research/address-determine-access-aging-services-analysis-senior-tax-levies-ohio/ Here is an excerpt that I found very interesting: “Similar to funding for… Read More ›
At the risk of being accused of being obsessed with numbers…..I found some very interesting statistics on the Center for Community Solutions website. I have compared six counties (Ashtabula, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Portage, and Summit) in the following categories: Population… Read More ›
If you know any Lake County Seniors that need nutrition assistance, this program may be helpful. Here is a link to the Council on Aging’s website for complete details of the program. http://www.lccoa.org/ This program is first come, first served,… Read More ›
While reviewing the Willoughby-Eastlake Board of Education’s meeting minutes, we noticed a $50,000 receipt from the Lake County Commissioners’ Office, and a subsequent payment to RSVP. So we went upstream and asked Mr. Jason Boyd, County Administrator, for the details… Read More ›
Guess who is irrelevant is today’s world, according to many bureaucrats and politicians. Have you heard of anyone with power addressing the fact that seniors are being priced out of their homes? We saw this picture with the caption “the… Read More ›