PAINESVILLE – Council held third reading on an ordinance amending Section 518 with a new section on tethering animals and penalties at the Feb. 21, but was not prepared to pass it.
PAINESVILLE TOWNSHIP - The Western Reserve Junior Service League will hold its Prospective Members Open House Wednesday, March 22 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Lake County History Center, 415 Riverside Dr., Painesville Township. Meet current members, enjoy light snacks and learn how Service League lends a helping hand to organizations in Lake, Geauga and Ashtabula counties, by volunteering, fundraising and awarding grants to a variety of nonprofit organizations. WRJSL is looking for new members interested in furthering their mission.
MENTOR – The coming mid-June departure of Mentor Superintendent of Schools Matthew Miller has prompted school officials to create an online community survey to help determine the qualities school officials should seek in candidates who apply to replace him.
PERRY - Eco Challenge is a group of 10 Perry Middle School students striving to make the environment better. They are a part of a broader competition run by the Lexus Eco Challenge, which is a national competition where schools compete to create positive environmental impacts on their communities.
EASTLAKE - Fashion was in fashion once again this year at the Birthright Lake, Inc. annual spring dinner, fashion show and auction, Silhouettes of Spring held Feb. 23 at the Croatian Lodge Party center in Eastlake.
PAINESVILLE – Council voted down a resolution imposing a temporary moratorium on medical marijuana cultivation processing and retail dispensaries at the Feb. 21 council meeting.
PAINESVILLE – Painesville City Manager Monica Irelan delivered her first State of the City address to a full house at the Elks Lodge Feb. 9.
Mentor - Mentor's proposed effort to regulate feral cats needs to have its claws sharpened or, to be more precise, have some of the terminology and rules used in it amended.