Notes from Westlake Council 12/4

Nan Baker's Council Seat
Seven individuals have applied for the Ward 6 council seat of retiring councilperson Nan Baker. The applicants will be interviewed by the members of City Council during an executive session on Thursday, December 11, starting at 7:30 pm. The candidates will be scheduled randomly. Each individual will be allocated approximately 15 minutes for the interview process. The executive session is closed to the public. The Council's selection will be announced at the December 18th council meeting.

Helping kids during the holidays
The Kids Helping Kids program, which collects toys and gifts for underprivileged children in various shelters in the Cleveland area, will be accepting unwrapped, nonviolent toys through December 14. Gifts and toys may be dropped off at the collection box at Westlake City Hall. Cash donations are also accepted and can be sent to Kids Helping Kids, P.O. Box 45077, Westlake, Ohio 44145.

Crocker Road extension to open

The long awaited connection between I-90 and I-480 will open at 10:30 am on Thursday, December 14. Mayor Dennis Clough of Westlake and Mayor Thomas O'Grady of North Olmsted will share the ribbon cutting during this road opening ceremony. The new road will be named Stearns Road in North Olmsted and Crocker Road in Westlake.
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