Volume 213

CERT: Change Announced in the Executive Director Position
Released: 2/6/2012
At the training session held on Saturday January 21st it was announced that Keith Packard was stepping down as Executive Director of the Lyndhurst CERT. Lavalle Dorsey has been gracious enough to accept the title of Interim Director. Other changes will be discussed at the next executive board meeting scheduled for March 10th. Those interested in taking a more active role in CERT administration should plan to attend this meeting.
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CERT: New Executive Director Speaks at Winter Training Session
Released: 2/6/2012
Lavalle Dorsey was introduced and addressed the attendees of the CERT Winter training session. Lavalle spoke about county and federal initiatives aimed at the promotion of better communication and coordination between CERT units and first responders. At the county level initiatives are under way to regionally coordinate CERT call ups and interunit cooperation. In addition, a background check of CERT team members continues to be ...
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CERT: Call for Volunteers to Become Involved in Lyndhurst CERT Administration
Released: 2/6/2012
Lyndhurst CERT Training Team Leader Mike Dragga announced that the Executive Board is seeking volunteers to become active in team administration as well as a permanent Executive Director. We are also in need of help with publicity.Those interested in taking a more active role are asked to attend the next executive board meeting which is scheduled to take place at City Hall on March 10th at 8:30. Please contact Mike at ...
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CERT: Winter Training Session Well Attended
Released: 2/6/2012
This year's Winter Training Session at the Lyndhurst Community Center was very well attended. One topic of discussion was winter fire preparedness. A review of fire and smoke detector types took place. Additional discussion focused on carbon monoxide and flammable gas detectors, and their proper location within the home. Attendees were reminded to vacuum the air inlets of such devices, and to routinely change device batteries. Other topics of ...
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CERT: Increase Your CERT Related Skills Online
Released: 2/6/2012
All CERT members are encouraged to increase their disaster preparedness skills. FEMA's website has numerous links to educational opportunities, many of which can be completed online through independent study. Coures IS-100, 200 and 700 offered by the Emergency Management Institute are highly recommended. Those who successfully complete these, or any other training units are encouraged to provide a copy of their completion certificates ...
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Winter In The Village Comes To Legacy Village On Saturday, February 11
Ice Carving Demos, Indoor Movies, Ice Wine Tastings from Ohio Wineries, Kids Activities and more.
Released: 2/3/2011
Embrace the cold by joining Legacy Village for a day full of family-filled activities at Winter in the Village on Saturday, February 11 from 1 - 7 p.m. The fun is scheduled to include ice carving demonstrations, ice wine tastings from several Ohio wineries, movies on the big screen with free popcorn, face painting, balloon art, crafts and more! Ice carving demonstrations will take place on the hour from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m ...
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Legacy Village Welcomes New Retailers To Lifestyle Center
Home furnishings, fine French cookware and Pho restaurant opening.
Released: 2/2/2011
The New Year brings new merchants to Legacy Village, including Calico Home, the French cookware retailer Le Creuset, Thomasville Classic Home Brands and Gia Lai, featuring Vietnamese cuisine. "We are excited to add Calico Home, Le Creuset and Thomasville to our extensive assortment of home furnishing retailers that complement each other so well," said Legacy Village General Manager Marcie Gilmore. "We'll ...
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Hillcrest Kiwanis Meetings
Released: 2/1/2012
Hillcrest Kiwanis meets the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6:30 PM at the Lyndhurst Community Center for dinner and a meeting and we are all about social service.
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City Marquee: Brush Senior Class Prom Fashion Show
Released: 2/1/2012
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City Departments:

Building Department
Community Center
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
Finance Department

Fire Department
Mayor's Office
Police Department
Service Department

City Resources:

Affiliated Websites Directory
City Calendar
City Council
Codified Ordinances
Contact Us
Meals on Wheels

News Archive (2010)
News Archive (2011)
News Archive (2012)
Newsletter Archive (2010)
Newsletter Archive (2011)
Newsletter Archive (2012)
Recycling Program
Swimming Pool

City Directory:

Joe Cicero: (440) 442-5777
City Council:
Ward 1 Council:
David Frey: (216) 381-7884
Ward 2 Council:
Joseph Gambatese: (440) 446-1955
Ward 3 Council and Vice Mayor:
Lane Schlessel: (440) 449-2416
Ward 4 Council:
Patrick Ward: (440) 646-9273
Keith C. Packard: (216) 291-8922
Joseph Marko: (440) 473-9704
Charles A. LoPresti: (440) 461-1144

Administration: (440) 442-5777
Brainard Pool: (440) 442-5844
Building Department: (440) 473-5108
Community Center: (440) 449-5011
Finance Department: (440) 442-5777
Fire Department:
(Non-Emergency): (440) 473-5139
Lyndhurst Pool: (440) 442-8469
Municipal Court: (440) 461-6500
Office On Aging: (440) 473-5138
Police Department:
(Non-Emergency): (440) 473-5116
SELREC: (216) 382-4300
Service Department: (440) 473-5100
All Life-Threatening Emergencies: 9 -1 - 1

Local Organizations Directory:

AARP Chapter #371
(216) 464-0888
American Cancer Society's
Hillcrest Area Relay For Life

Christina Eldredge
Online Chair, Health Promotions Co-Chair, Team Captain
(440) 749-4049
Paul Purdy
Income Development Coordinator, Ohio Division 10501 Euclid Ave. Cleveland, OH 44106
Office: (888) 227-6446 EXT 1208
Fax: (877) 227-2838
Sharon Bennett
Hillcrest Relay For Life, Event Chair
Home: (440) 605-0707
Office: (440) 449-2650
Mobile: (440) 823-3743
American Legion Post #104
Ed Synk, 1st Vice Commander
(440) 461-5733
Boy Scouts of America
Troy Johnson (216) 861-6060
Brush High Athletic Boosters
(216) 691-9302
Cleveland Restoration Society
Mary Ogle (216) 426-3106
Community Partnership on Aging
Stacey O'Brien, Director
(216) 291-3902
Friends of Euclid Creek
(216) 291-4323
Girl Scouts of America
(216) 481-1313
Heights - Hillcrest Regional Chamber of Commerce
(216) 397-7322
Hillcrest League of Women Voters
Roz Peters (216) 932-2649
Hillcrest Rotary Club
(440) 386-8208
Hillcrest Womenís Club/GFWC
Penny Speyer (440) 449-5958
Norma Adams (440) 461-4850
Lyndhurst Auxiliary Police
Lt. Norm Alexander (440) 473-5116
Lyndhurst CERT
LaValle Dorsey, Interim Director
(440) 382-2338

Lyndhurst Dadsí Club
Larry Ault (216) 570-1977
Lyndhurst Democratic Club
Hazel Hafner (216) 382-5697
Lyndhurst Garden Club
Lillian Joliat (440) 442-5447
Lyndhurst Masonic Temple
(440) 442-9714
Lyndhurst Office on Aging
(440) 473-5138
Lyndhurst Republican Club
(440) 442-1371
Lyndhurst Swim Team (Sea Monkeys)
(440) 442-8469
Lyndhurst VFW
Al Santos Post 7536
Clay Uzell, Commander
(216) 789-4363
Bill Bagi, Senior Vice Commander
(216) 381-1248
Meetings held the 3rd Monday of each month in the Lyndhurst Community Center at 7:30 PM.
(216) 382-4300
SELREC Seniors Club
Jim Yasinow, President
(440) 460-0679
SNAPS: Special Needs Advocacy and Parent Support of South Euclid / Lyndhurst
Barb Heisler (440) 442-3856
Laurie Kowalski (440) 473-9716
South Euclid-Lyndhurst Historical Society
Esther Eich, Curator (440) 449-1997
South Euclid-Lyndhurst Kiwanis
Dan Corrigan (216) 691-1405
South Euclid-Lyndhurst PTA
(216) 691-2000
South Euclid-Lyndhurst Safety Town
(216) 691-2246
South Euclid-Lyndhurst Soccer Club
(440) 479-4488
Visiting Angels Living Assistance Services

Community Center Locations:

Lyndhurst Community Center: 1341 Parkview Drive
South Euclid Community Center: 1370 Victory Drive
Highland Heights Community Center: 5827 Highland Road