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Project will include replacing or upgrading 46 traffic lights across the city.
The Community Center Outdoor Pool is not open this weekend.
Job hunting? Look no further — here's a great resource to find work in the area.
Nestle has altered its plans for its new research and development facility in Solon to reduce the number of parking spaces at the facility and alter the landscaping.
The legislation would require the forfeiture of public pension benefits for public officials convicted of extortion and perjury.
Northeast Ohio organizations that have provided free tax preparation and filing services to local taxpayers are encouraged to apply.
Updates on the May 2013 local elections will be posted here throughout the evening.
Solon voters will consider two zoning referendums today.
Government, Public Safety
Solon spent as much as $132,719 on its deer culling program this year, about $50,000 less than last year.
A public hearing is scheduled for May 1 at 6:30 p.m. in City Hall to collect resident feedback on the recycling idea, which city officials have been discussing for months.
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