Happy New Year

Happy New Year from Mayor Sara Drew

As 2012 draws to a close and we look forward to the beginning of a new year, I want to wish everyone in our community a very happy New Year! 

The City of Stow is committed to continuing our tradition of excellent service to the residents and businesses of our City.  In the coming year, we will continuously strive to be a responsive, flexible and efficient local government that provides solutions and effective public policy that improves the lives of our residents. 

It is my hope and my intent that every member of our community feel welcomed at City Hall and able to be part of the conversation on issues that affect our City.  I will continue to hold monthly open house hours and also encourage you to contact me during other times if there is an issue you believe my office can be of assistance with.

I am proud of the many accomplishments of our City employees this past year and extend my sincere thanks to each of them.  It is our outstanding, dedicated employees who carry out the policies and solutions sought by citizens and I am grateful to them for their service to our City. 

In 2013 I look forward to a continuing cooperative and mutually successful collaboration among the City, our excellent school system, library, Chamber of Commerce and the other organizations and entities that make Stow an outstanding place to call home.  We are fortunate to have strong public institutions and a history of successful public/private partnerships that work to improve the quality of life in Stow. 

Best wishes to you and your family for a very happy, healthy and prosperous year!  I hope that 2013 brings many good things for our community and each of us who are part of the City of Stow.  Happy New Year!


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