Rasor's Blog: What Happened at the Oct. 8 Committee Meetings of Stow City Council

At-large councilman Mike Rasor shares his notes from the October 8, 2012 meetings of the committees of Stow City Council.

My notes from tonight's meetings of Stow City Council are posted below:

The Public Improvements Committee listened to a presentation from Stow resident Nici Hefflefinger. Nici, a Stow resident, is a friend of mine. She is working to put together a memorial garden by redeveloping the Stow Sancturetum, near City Hall. The purpose is to honor children and infants in this community who have passed away. Nici is motivated by her niece, Quinn Seymour -- the 8-month-old who died in April because of a rare skin disorder. I have worked with Nici to help get this off the ground. It will require a lot of hard work and fundraising, but it could really be a great project.

The Finance Committee passed along legislation for three Fox Den employees. If the legislation passes on Thursday, then current assistant pro Joe Vojtko will be hired as the new pro/general manager. The current pro, Tom McKinney, will have a three-month contract as he assists Vojtko in the transition process. Also, superintendent George Hanson will be renewed for another two years. . . .


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Amanda Harnocz October 09, 2012 at 01:19 AM
Thanks for another quick blog, Mike. Look for more on the memorial butterfly garden on Patch soon.


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