Painesville Township Lake County Ohio

Painesville Township Lake County Ohio Painesville Twp is successfully identified as a community wherein major commercial enterprise and comfortable away-from-city living can successfully co-exist
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Painesville Twp Trustees: Gabe Cicconetti Chuck Hillier Josh Pennock If you need to get in touch with the township call 440.352.1443 *this page will be used as a matter of notifications, upcoming events and other information pertaining to Painesville Twp only*

Lake County Sheriff's Office  Sheriff Frank Leonbruno
06/08/2020

Lake County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Frank Leonbruno

The Lake County Sheriff’s Office is attempting to identify the individuals pictured below. Individuals were involved in a theft offense at the Family Dollar on Mentor Avenue in Painesville Township. If anyone is able to assist with identifying the males, we ask that you contact our tip line at (440) 352-8477. Reference case #2020-033038.

Concord Township, Lake County Ohio
06/06/2020

Concord Township, Lake County Ohio

In the span of eight days, motorists have struck five Ohio Department of Transportation crews working on the road. Two of those crashes resulted in ODOT workers being injured.

This is completely unacceptable! We urge all motorists to slow down and move over while crews are working hard to repair our infrastructure. This applies not only to State ODOT workers but to our own local crews conducting necessary repairs.

Be smart – Be alert – move over and slow down for road crews.

06/06/2020
Lake County Fair

Lake County Fair

The 2020 Lake County Fair

After careful consideration and thoughtful discussion, on June 4th , the Lake County Fair Board voted to proceed with a modified Junior Fair exhibition for 2020. The exhibition will take place on July 28, July 29 and July 30 at the county fairgrounds in Painesville. There will be no public admission to the exhibition.
All on-site events will be limited to Junior Fair participants, their immediate family and exhibition officials. The exhibition will follow the mandatory and recommended best practices included in the Responsible RestartOhio, Directive for County Fairs, recently issued by Governor Mike DeWine and The Ohio Department of Health and with the guidance of the Lake County General Health District. This greatly abbreviated exhibition will culminate with an innovate virtual on-line auction, which will allow the youths' livestock to be sold and harvested.
In adherence to current state guidelines, there will be no midway including amusement rides, grandstand attractions, Senior Fair competitions or commercial vendors. Harness horse racing is scheduled to take place contingent upon receipt of state funding, but without spectators or wagering.
The Lake County Fair has a proud 165-year tradition of holding an annual fair each summer. While this year's limited activities do not represent the event, we hoped for in 2020, the crisis our state and nation are dealing with is unlike anything most of us have ever experienced. As disappointing as this decision is, we hope it demonstrates our dedication to keeping our community safe, while honoring the incredible efforts of our Junior Fair youth.
We look forward to seeing all of you at the 2021 Lake County Fair planned for July 27th through August 1st.

The Lake County Fair Board

Check out the latest edition of Painesville Township’s newsletter by clicking link below ⬇️https://files.constantcontact...
06/05/2020

Check out the latest edition of Painesville Township’s newsletter by clicking link below
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https://files.constantcontact.com/61776b86701/399ddc99-4087-4d2b-ac90-4e90b837ecd7.pdf

🛑 Update on Madison Ave per the Lake County Engineer’s office after inspection. ❗️There is a bulge in the retaining wall...
05/28/2020

🛑 Update on Madison Ave per the Lake County Engineer’s office after inspection.

❗️There is a bulge in the retaining wall. The bulge is caused by underground water, general corrosion of the wall, and the loss of material (soil) that is packed in there.
❗️The Engineer's Office does not think it is safe to open the road until repairs are made. They anticipate that the road will not be reopened until the end of the construction season, which will be November.
❗️This can be repaired, but it is a major project. The road and surrounding issues are still being studied by the Engineer's consulting firm. When the Engineer's Office and the consulting firm decide on what to do, they will have to design the project, advertise, and award the project.
❗️Funding is an issue. They have some money for the project, but they are applying for grants to help get full funding for the project.
❗️They also have to research any permits they may need because this is next to the Grand River.

This is all the information we have at this time. Township administration will touch base with the engineers office on a regular basis to see where they are in regards to the project and will provide updates as they become available.

Important info to note is that Madison Ave. is owned by Lake County, not Painesville Township so they are responsible for maintenance and repairs.

Lake County Sheriff's Office  Sheriff Frank Leonbruno
05/26/2020

Lake County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Frank Leonbruno

The Lake County Sheriff’s Office is attempting to identify the individuals and vehicle pictured below. While the individuals are unknown at this time, the vehicle is believed to be an early 2000’s, dark colored, Buick LaCrosse. These individuals attempted to force entry into a secured coin machine at one of the local auto wash businesses in Painesville Township. If anyone is able assist with identifying the males, or the vehicle, we ask that you contact our tip line at (440)352-8477 reference case number (2020-028379).

1721 Mentor Ave. the site is now home to Glenn's Golf Car Central in building constructed in front of this building.
05/25/2020

1721 Mentor Ave. the site is now home to Glenn's Golf Car Central in building constructed in front of this building.

05/25/2020
Please be sure to complete your 2020 census.  Lake county is only at 73.1% return and Painesville Township is lower than...
05/23/2020

Please be sure to complete your 2020 census. Lake county is only at 73.1% return and Painesville Township is lower than that. The census is very important and affects our ability to receive our fair share of funding and representation. Based on estimated 2017 population we figure almost 62,000 people still have not responded to the 2020 Census in Lake County. Converting this into dollars, based on The George Washington University Institute of Public Policy Study, each person in Lake County has a “funding value” of $1,800.00, per year. Based on this value we are currently losing $111,500.00 per year or the big picture $1,115,000.00 during the 10 year census period for Lake County.

go online to my2020census.gov and follow the prompt “Complete without ID #”.

Lake County, OH: Stormwater Management Department
05/22/2020

Lake County, OH: Stormwater Management Department

Grass cutting season is now upon us! Please don't let the street in front of your yard look like this. Grass clippings left in the roadway will wash to the nearest storm drain. They can clog the storm sewers and lead to flooding. They also contain nutrients that feed the Harmal Algal Bloom (HAB) in Lake Erie. That's right, everything that enters a storm drain flows directly to Lake Erie without getting treated. So what can you do? Blow your grass clippings back onto the lawn or sweep them up. You can also try composting. If you hire a professional landscaper, give them a friendly reminder not to leave grass clippings in the street by your house. Contact our office for more information! #LoveYourLakeErie Concord Township, Lake County Ohio

🌳Painesville Township curbside brush pick will take place as follows:June 8&9 - West side of Township and Grand River ar...
05/19/2020

🌳Painesville Township curbside brush pick will take place as follows:

June 8&9 - West side of Township and Grand River area of Twp.

June 10,11&12- East Side and Twp park area.

We will be making one pass on your street so be sure to have brush out by 7a on first date listed for your area.

❗️Brush must be put in tied bundles NO MORE than 4’ in length. NO BAGGED leaves. ❗️

Reminder: The Painesville Township brush drop off is open.  This is open for Township Residents only, proof of residency...
05/12/2020
Brush and Leaf Drop-Off Schedule « Painesville Township - Lake County, Ohio

Reminder: The Painesville Township brush drop off is open. This is open for Township Residents only, proof of residency required. See website for hours.
https://www.painesvilletwp.com/service/brush-and-leaf-drop-off-schedule/

Brush and Leaf Drop-Off Schedule The brush, leaf and yard waste drop off site will open on Wednesday April 1, 2020 and will begin regular hours on that day. The regular hours are Wednesdays from 7:30am until 3:00pm and on Saturdays from 10:00am until 2:00pm. The annual curbside brush collection will...

05/09/2020
Painesville City
05/07/2020

Painesville City

The 910th Airlift Wing is launching a second ‘Hercs Over America’ flyover on Thursday, May 7, 2020, as a way for our Air Force Reserve family to continue to salute the thousands of healthcare workers, essential employees and other first responders on the front line of the battle against COVID-19.

The 910th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron received incredibly positive response from its ‘Hercs Over America’ flyover held on May 4, 2020. Since only a limited number of medical facilities could be flown over earlier this week, the 910th built a list of additional facilities based on feedback received from the wing’s community partners and social media followers to conduct a second ‘salute’ flyover.

This ‘salute’ flyover, consisting of two of the 910th’s C-130H Hercules aircraft, is scheduled to take place over the following medical facilities during the late morning hours of Thursday, May 7, 2020.

The 910th’s aircraft will kick off its second ‘Hercs Over America’ over Ohio’s North Shore area by flying over these health care facilities: University Hospitals Conneaut Medical Center in Conneaut, Ohio; Ashtabula County Medical Center in Ashtabula, Ohio; University Hospitals Geneva Medical Center in Geneva, Ohio; TriPoint Medical Center in Painesville, Ohio Cleveland Clinic – Euclid Hospital and University Hospitals Euclid Health Center in Euclid, Ohio and Cleveland Clinic Hill Crest Hospital in Mayfield Heights, Ohio.

The C-130s will then head to University Hospitals Portage Medical Center in Ravenna, Ohio; Summa Health Akron City Hospital in Akron, Ohio; Aultman Hospital in Canton, Ohio; Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital in Dover, Ohio; Aultman Alliance Community Hospital in Alliance, Ohio; Salem Regional Medical Center in Salem, Ohio and East Liverpool City Hospital in East Liverpool, Ohio; UPMC Jameson in New Castle, Pennsylvania; UPMC Horizon – Shenango Valley in Farrell, Pennsylvania and Sharon Regional Medical Center in Sharon, Pennsylvania.

The 910th aircraft will conclude this ‘Hercs Over America’ flyover in the skies of the Mahoning Valley with flyovers above Southwoods Medical Campus and Akron Children’s Hospital Beeghly Campus in Boardman, Ohio as well as Trumbull Regional Medical Center; Trumbull Memorial Hospital and Hillside Rehabilitation Center in Warren, Ohio.

The 910th Airlift Wing Public Affairs Office will contact each of the locations listed above directly to notify them of the approximate timeframe the flyover salutes will occur over their respective facilities.

As with many Air Force Reserve community engagement flying activities, these flyovers are scheduled to occur during one of the wing’s training missions and will incur no additional cost to taxpayers.

Area residents should be able to see the flyover from the safety of their homes, via media broadcasts or on the 910th’s social media platforms. The 910th encourages maintaining social distancing guidelines during this event. Area residents should also refrain from traveling to hospitals or gathering in large groups to view the flyover.

The Reserve Citizen Airmen of the 910th are proud to serve alongside the first responders and essential personnel in the battle against COVID-19. These selfless Americans on the front lines of COVID-19 response remind us that we are all in this together and we can rise to meet any challenge with unrivaled spirit and commitment.

05/06/2020
Ohio State Highway Patrol

Ohio State Highway Patrol

The Lake County Sheriff’s Office requested the Patrol’s assistance as part of a joint operation to curb the impact of ATV’s on railroad right of ways, private property and public roadways. Troopers from the Chardon Post and our Aviation Unit worked directly with the Lake County Sheriff’s Office and the Perry Village Police Department to support the operation. We are thankful we could be of assistance to our law enforcement partners to help provide a positive impact for the residents of this community, who had filled numerous complaints about ATV and dirt bike activity.

April 20 - 24 is National Work Zone Awareness Week.
04/21/2020

April 20 - 24 is National Work Zone Awareness Week.

04/21/2020
Harry Buffalo Painesville Township
04/21/2020

Harry Buffalo Painesville Township

We are so EXCITED to announce that
"The Buff is Back!"

We will resume CARRY-OUT and DELIVERY on
Friday April 24th at 4 PM!

And... we will be kicking off our return with our CarHop PARKING LOT TRIVIA...

Watch for details in an upcoming post...

We are excited to see all of you again...

Orders can be placed by calling 440.352.8800 or online at UBER EATS or DOORDASH

Painesville Township Fire Department
04/20/2020

Painesville Township Fire Department

Our members were taking advantage of the sunshine today to do some training. Switching over from our onboard tank water to a supplied fire hydrant water source before running out of tank water. Something we do on every working structure fire. Keeping our skills sharp as we social distance. Stay safe everyone. 🚒🇺🇸.....

Lake County Utilities
04/18/2020

Lake County Utilities

First Three Lake County Special Collections Canceled

Due to current social distancing restrictions, the Lake County Solid Waste District has canceled three of the county’s special collection events—the Electronics Collection scheduled for April 25th, the Scrap Tire Collection scheduled for May 2nd, and the Television/CRT Monitor Collection scheduled for May 9th. See the REVISED schedule at: https://bit.ly/2020SpecialCollectionRevApr14

Josh Pennock, Painesville Twp Trustee
04/17/2020

Josh Pennock, Painesville Twp Trustee

ROAD CLOSURE ALERT!
The Lake County Engineer's Office has closed Madison Avenue, just east of Woodworth Avenue due to unusual pavement settlement. The County has been monitoring the area on a regular basis. Here are a few picture that I took of the area in question a couple of weeks ago.

Lake County covid data as of yestrday. *️⃣ Note 44077 includes: Painesville City, Concord, Painesville Twp, Leroy, and F...
04/16/2020

Lake County covid data as of yestrday. *️⃣ Note 44077 includes: Painesville City, Concord, Painesville Twp, Leroy, and Fairport.

04/12/2020
We would like to introduce Painesville Township’s new Legal Advisor, Jeremy Iosue.  Our past advisor Matt Lallo served u...
04/09/2020

We would like to introduce Painesville Township’s new Legal Advisor, Jeremy Iosue. Our past advisor Matt Lallo served us well for 4 years but has moved on to serve as head council for Kirtland. We are sad to see him go and wish him great success in his new position.

Jeremy is a Painesville Township resident and attended Harvey High School. We are thrilled to have such a skilled and experienced attorney who also has a vested interest in our community representing the Township. Below is Jeremy’s professional bio:

“Jeremy Iosue has extensive experience in labor relations, employment defense, and day-to-day employment counsel. In particular, Mr. Iosue has worked as a management side labor and employment attorney for public sector entities and private companies. Further, Mr. Iosue has worked with dozens of entities including small and large corporations, Cities and other Municipalities, County Sheriffs, County Commissioners, and Public Libraries. Mr. Iosue primarily operates as the lead labor negotiator and employment defense counsel for these organizations. Along with leading labor negotiations, he has defended clients from employment law suits and administrative claims, including discrimination, harassment and wage/hour claims. In addition, Jeremy acts as the Law Director and general legal advisor for several public entities throughout Ohio.

Further, he has helped these entities in preparing or updating the full array of HR services including policies and procedures, position descriptions, and supervisor training programs. Prior to the formation of Harvey |Abens|Iosue, Jeremy was an HR Director, most recently for University Hospitals.
Jeremy received his B.B.A. in Management and Labor Relations from Cleveland State University. He also earned his law degree from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and is licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio. Super Lawyers Magazine Named Mr. Iosue a ‘Rising Star’ in 2014”

Laketran
04/08/2020

Laketran

📣Starting next week, Laketran will be delivering prepackaged bags of groceries to Lake County seniors📣

Deliveries will be made on Tuesdays or Thursdays. Seniors in need must call 2-1-1 or the Council on Aging at 440-205-8111 by 2 pm on Monday and Wednesday for delivery the following day.

This is a FREE program for seniors who are not able to shop or have no one to shop for them. Please share with seniors in our community who can use this service!

Thanks to our program partners: Board of Lake County Commissioners Senior Services, Lake County Council on Aging, Lifeline, Inc., RSVP of Lake County, United Way of Lake County. #Laketran #MoreThanJustABus #InThisTogetherOhio #StayHome #COVID19OhioReady

US National Weather Service Cleveland OH
04/08/2020

US National Weather Service Cleveland OH

A #severe #thunderstorm watch has been issued for parts of #Indiana, #Michigan, #Ohio and NW #Pennsylvania until 3 AM EDT. Very large hail up to size of tennis balls will be possible along with damaging wind gusts up to 75 mph! Isolated brief tornadoes may also be possible. Stay #weather aware!

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