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Kirtland rewrites ordinance for animals in city

KIRTLAND- At the May 3 meeting, members of Kirtland City Council voted to pass legislation that updates the city's stance on keeping and managing animals. Basically, ordinance 16-0-60 deals with dogs running at large, controlling nuisance/vicious animals, hunting regulations, dog tags, humane treatment of animals, maintaining fowl in sanitary conditions, sale of poultry, and protection of wild song birds.

More new Mentor homes on the way

Mentor – More new homes are in Mentor's future following the city Planning Commission's May 4 approval of rezoning creating two new Residential Village Green (RVG) subdivisions.

Retail center proposed at major Mentor intersection

Mentor – After a lengthy delay, plans for the initial redevelopment of the southwest corner of State Route 615 (Center Street) and Tyler Boulevard were unveiled at a May 4 city Planning Commission meeting.

Farmers Market returns May 25 in Painesville

PAINESVILLE - The Painesville Farmers Market begins on May 25 and continues until Oct. 12. Every Thursday from noon to 4 p.m. in Veterans Park on the Square (no market July 13).

Take free computer classes at Mentor Library

MENTOR - Mentor Public Library is hosting seven free computer classes this May at its Main Branch, 8215 Mentor Ave., including sessions on email, the Internet, Facebook, and Microsoft Word.

Indian Museum of Lake County opens Plains Indian exhibit June 11

Mentor – The Indian Museum of Lake County is comfortably settled in its new home in the Colonial Plaza at 7519 Mentor Ave. The large sign on the north side of Mentor Ave. that is topped with Sprint in large letters and other business names underneath marks the driveway down to the back where the museum is located.