Graham Road Widening Legislation Delayed, Council on Recess
Want to find out what was passed and talked about during Thursday evenings council meeting? Take a look at our quick round up of topics.
Several stories warranting longer and individual stories came out of the Aug. 11 Stow City Council meeting.
But as a quick wrap up of events, here are a few brief things about last night's meeting:
- Council unanimously passed legislation extending the Stow Farmer's Market at the Community United Church of Christ until Oct. 29. The hours of operation were also extended until 2 p.m.
- Council passed legislation allowing the city to go out for bid for a storm improvement project on Mohican Road.
- Legislation to increase the cost of the Graham Road widening project by a joint cost of $60,000 with Cuyahoga Falls was delayed. It will receive a second reading when council returns from recess.
- Council is on recess until 5:30 p.m. Sept. 6, which is a Tuesday. Committee meetings are normally on Mondays, but it was changed because of the Labor Day weekend. (Speaking of Labor Day weekend, take a look at the events planned for the 2011 Summer Sunset Blast.)
For several more stories from the Thursday evening meeting, continue to check back with Stow Patch.