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Once the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections votes to certify Woodmere’s Feb. 23 recall election, village council will have 40 days to replace recalled council president Jennifer Mitchell Earley and councilwomen Lisa A. Brockwell and Glenda Todd Miller.
The election to recall Woodmere Village council president Jennifer Mitchell Earley and council members Lisa A. Brockwell, Glenda Todd Miller and Craig D. Wade will be held Feb. 23. Each has served the village for up to two decades.
Woodmere Mayor Benjamin Holbert came to a one-time agreement with a third party web vendor to post an updated schedule of village council’s 2021 general and committee meetings on Woodmere’s village website, according to a news release Feb. 5.
Woodmere Village Council unanimously passed four motions Jan. 13 setting the recall election date as Feb. 23 for council president Jennifer Mitchell Earley and council members Lisa A. Brockwell, Glenda Todd Miller and Craig D. Wade.
Woodmere Village Council and its committees are trying to find a way to resume public meetings after it was discovered the council was meeting illegally Jan. 4 due to insufficient notification to the public as per the Ohio Open Meetings Act.
The special election to recall Woodmere Village Council president Jennifer Mitchell Earley and members Lisa Brockwell, Glenda Todd Miller and Craig Wade on Jan. 19 was canceled Dec. 7.
Stark Enterprises in Cleveland and Launch Workplaces have partnered to introduce Eton Chagrin Boulevard in Woodmere and Crocker Park in Westlake to flexible, community driven work environments.
As a pre-teen, I memorized the entire ‘I Have A Dream’ speech. At age 11, I had The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s cadence and hand gestures down exactly. My parents would often direct me to recite it when friends and family would stop by our home.
With everything from restaurant dining rooms to tattoo parlors closed due to COVID-19 precautions, there’s an amalgamation of businesses being hit hard: shopping centers.
Election night in Woodmere saw one incumbent and three newcomers get voted onto the village’s council, unseating two incumbents, according to final, unofficial results from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections’ website.
Stone Oven Bakery and Cafe’s Woodmere location, founded by Tatyana Rehn and John Emerman in Cleveland Heights, has a new owner in John Cerne, starting Oct. 1. He purchased shares within the Stone Oven brand, which includes everything associated with the Woodmere location.