Westlake Hunger Project a Huge Success
I appreciate your paper’s efforts to keep voters informed on all community issues. I am happy to report that the St. Paul Thrivent Hearts Helping Hunger Campaign for the Westlake Assistance Program reached its goal of raising $1500 with a $500 supplement by the Northwest Cuyahoga County Chapter of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans.
Community efforts like Hearts Helping Hunger are important and vital. That theme of Helping Westlake Residents is the reason I am running for the Westlake Ward IV Council position. I want to help voters receive the communication they deserve from their councilperson on projects and issues relevant to Ward IV.
I also believe that Council members should proactively investigate the securing of grants to handle ditches, senior citizens’ needs, flooding and green initiative agendas. The safety of residents must continue to be a priority for all Council representatives, i.e. tornado/terrorism warning sirens, fencing retention basins, etc.
Communication with residents about Ward IV issues should be addressed with Town Hall meetings – a vital link to keep transparency in government. I humbly ask for your vote on November 3; please allow me to serve you as Westlake Ward IV Councilwoman.
Mary Helen Levtzow, Westlake Resident