Incoming councilman eager to serve

Nick Nunnari

I would like to thank my neighbors in Ward 2 for their vote of confidence to elect me as their representative for Westlake City Council. I also want to express appreciation to everyone who endorsed me and worked tirelessly on my campaign. No one wins an election by themselves. It requires grassroots supporters and a team effort. I look forward to continuing to build strong relationships with my neighbors, Mayor Clough, City Council President Michael Killeen and fellow city council members.

We live in a great community. I’m passionate about Westlake and look forward to continue my community service on city council. I thoroughly enjoyed meeting more of my neighbors during my campaign and listening to input on ward and city issues. I believe that I have a good sense of the key issues and I’m ready to roll up my shirt sleeves and work hard on your behalf.

I have always attended city council meetings and will continue to do so until I’m sworn in in January. As you know, the proposal to switch water suppliers from the city of Cleveland to Avon Lake is a prominent activity for Westlake at this time. I urge you to keep abreast of the facts by visiting the city’s website at

My promise is to continue to engage my ward neighbors and work hard on our behalf on issues which we face. The most important issue for me is to represent the rights and concerns of our ward and the city of Westlake. I want to ensure that our tax dollars are used responsibly and maintain the sense of pride in Westlake by helping to envision a plan to keep our city moving forward, ensuring future stability and growth.

It is an honor and a privilege to serve as the ward’s voice on city council. I look forward to keeping in touch with my constituents and ask them to connect with me in whatever manner is most comfortable: call me, text me, email me, knock on my door. I can be reached at:, 440-263-2215, or via Facebook at

Enjoy the holiday season.
Nick C. Nunnari
Councilman Elect, Westlake Ward 2

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Volume 5, Issue 25, Posted 10:48 AM, 12.10.2013