- "Mad Cow Disease" Bovine Spongioform Encephalopathy
AKRON AND POLICE OFFICERS REACH LABOR ACCORD The City of Akron and the
Fraternal Order of Police, Akron Lodge #7 today reached a tentative agreement on a
||HUD FUNDS BENEFIT
AKRON WITH MORE THAN $3 MILLION As part of grant funding from HUD, the City of
Akron will receive more than $3.6 million to distribute to organizations throughout the
city, Barberton and Summit County in its Continuum of Care program.
Accidentally Sold As Kerosene Last evening (December 17) between the hours of
11:30 P.M. and 2:00 A.M., approximately 8 gallons of gasoline was accidentally sold
as kerosene from the Fuel Mart located at 737 Kenmore Boulevard in Akron.
Dept. Flu Clinic
RECEIVES NATIONAL AWARD AS MUNICIPAL LEADER OF THE YEAR Atlanta-based American
City & County Magazine has selected Mayor Don Plusquellic as the 2003 Municipal Leader
of the Year.
Presented Akron Aeros AA Championship Ring
BE INVESTED IN AKRON/SUMMIT COUNTY HIGHWAY SYSTEM ODOT officials, Akron Mayor
Don Plusquellic and Summit County Executive James McCarthy today announced a state plan to
invest nearly $400 million in the Summit County/Akron/Canton transportation network
REOPENING DOWNTOWN The South High Street Bridge between Selle and Bartges streets
is scheduled to open to traffic Monday morning, December 15, 2003.
Mayors Come to Akron
poised to take next step in shaping Akrons future; Planning Teams will help define,
design, and build first wave of Community Learning Centers The process of
converting Akrons public schools into Community Learning Centers, or CLCs, that
began with the passage of Issue 10 last May, will take an important step forward next week
when officials from the Akron Public Schools and the City of Akron conduct the first in a
series of meetings.
||CITY OF AKRON
AND FIREFIGHTERS REACH LABOR ACCORD The City of Akron and the Akron Firefighters
Association Local 330 today reached a tentative agreement on a three-year contract.
||CITY PUTS 51
PLOWS, SALT TRUCKS ON THE ROAD TO HANDLE SNOW STORM The City of Akron has every
plow and salt truck in its fleet on the streets today battling what could amount to six
inches of snow, if forecasts are accurate.
PARTNER IN DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY AND JAIL BED SWAP A collaborative agreement
between two local governments will allow Summit County to acquire jail beds from the City
of Akron in exchange for County owned property.
PROJECT INFORMATION - SUM-Akron Ramps Citywide - PID 76113 The City of Akron
is proposing to construct curb ramps in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities
Act (ADA) at One-Hundred-Forty-Eight (148) intersections located throughout the City of
Akron, Summit County, Ohio.
CONSUMERS ADVISED THAT RECENT HEPATITIS A OUTBREAKS HAVE BEEN ASSOCIATED WITH GREEN ONIONS
The Food and Drug Administration is advising the public that several recent hepatitis
A outbreaks have been associated with eating raw or undercooked green onions (scallions).
||SAND RUN ROAD
READY TO REOPEN Sand Run Road between Smith Road and Sand Run Parkway is scheduled
to open to traffic Monday morning, November 17.
Mayor Don Plusquellic today issued two disciplinary actions to Jeff Fusco, a member of
his cabinet, arising from Fuscos arrest October 16.
COMPANY TO LOCATE IN ONEILS BUILDING An award-winning master brewer is
going to be plying his craft as the newest tenant in the former ONeils
||CITY, PARTNERS TO
ASSIST FAMILIES IN REFUND RECOVERY Mayor Don Plusquellic, Congressman Sherrod
Brown, Akron/Summit Community Action, Inc. and the Internal Revenue Service are teaming up
to help residents of Akron who qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) program
access these refunds.
||CITY OF AKRON AND
EAST AKRON NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ANNOUNCES MIDDLEBURY MARKET PLACE A
number of partners and guests were gathered in Akron for the groundbreaking ceremony of
Middlebury Market Place, a 67,500 square foot shopping center anchored by Daves
Supermarkets, Inc. a Cuyahoga county Chain.
INVESTIGATES TRAFFIC STOP ON STAFFER Late Thursday evening, a member of the
administrative staff of the City of Akron was stopped by an Akron police officer.
SIZING UP GEM OF AN OPPORTUNITY FOR GROWTH An Akron-based company that employs
more than 1,600 here is making plans for expanding inside the city.
HOME BUILT BY YOUNG HANDS
Nearly 100 young people from six Akron Public Schools are working their way toward
completion of the 10th home to be constructed in the city, almost completely by
high school students.
EMPLOYEES BEAUTIFYING CITY
At a news conference this morning, Mayor Don Plusquellic recognized City of Akron
Arborist Bill Hahn for work on the presentation that helped Akron win first place in the
second America In Bloom (AIB) contest.
WINNERS FOR 2003 TAKE PRIDE IN AKRON AWARD In an effort to encourage the
citizens of Akron to take pride in their city by preventing litter, recycling more,
promoting responsible waste management and by beautifying their environment, Keep Akron
Beautiful is presenting the Take Pride in Akron awards for the fifth year.
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT LEADERS ENDORSE UNITED WAY OF SUMMIT COUNTY Top government
leaders visited United Way of Summit Countys offices on Monday, October 6th,
to show their support for the organizations community building efforts.
McCarthy Propose Countywide Emergency Telephone Notification System Summit County
Executive James B. McCarthy and Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic today announced that they are
joining forces in a cooperative effort between the county and the city to operate a
countywide Emergency Telephone Notification System.
LEAD ABATEMENT GRANT The City of Akron and the County of Mahoning, Ohio have
jointly received a grant of $2.6 million under the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development Lead Hazard Reduction Demonstration Grant Program for FY 2003.
WINS $40 MILLION CONTRACT TO DEVELOP HIGH ALTITUDE AIRSHIP FOR MISSILE DEFENSE, OTHER
MISSIONS The Missile Defense Agency today awarded Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) a
$40 million design and risk reduction contract...
AMBITIOUS NEW HOUSING PROGRAM Hundreds of new homes would be built in the city of
Akron over the next five years under a new housing strategy unveiled by Mayor Don
VALLEY SCENIC RAILROAD WILL RESUME CANTON SERVICE IN 2004! Peninsula, OH
Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad (CVSR) is disappointed to have to announce that
there will be no train service to Canton for the balance of 2003.
||AMERICA IN BLOOM
PLANTS AKRON IN FIRST PLACE Akron was announced as a population category winner
and recognized for its Urban Forestry program in the second America In Bloom (AIB)
Symposium and Awards Program in Chicago on the Riverwalk.
RECOGNIZED FOR HOUSING INITIATIVES Akron housing initiatives are being called
models for other communities and builders to follow by the Smart Growth Education
Foundation (SGEF) and homebuilders from Northeast Ohio.
ANNOUNCE PLANS FOR URW COMMEMORATIVE GARDEN DOWNTOWN In a press conference
scheduled for Friday, September 12, 2003, Akron Mayor Donald L. Plusquellic will announce
plans for a United Rubber Workers (URW) Commemorative Garden to be located on the
site of the URWs founding in Akron in 1935.
COMMEMORATION HELD AT ST. BERNARD'S CHURCH For the second consecutive year,
Greater Akron marked the anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks, with public
ceremonies in downtown Akron.
LEBRON JAMES AND U.S. SURGEON GENERAL RICHARD H. CARMONA TEAM UP WITH NIKE TO LAUNCH NEW
NIKEGO PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM IN AKRON Students at Akrons Margaret Park
Elementary School enjoyed the thrill of a lifetime as NBA player and local Akron resident,
LeBron James joined U.S. Surgeon General Richard H. Carmona to launch a new NikeGO
initiative called PE2GO.
BRANCH LIBRARY GROUNDBREAKING IS SEPT. 23 The Akron-Summit County Public Library
will break ground on the replacement for Chamberlain Branch Library (renamed Firestone
Park Branch, effective upon reopening) Tuesday, Sept. 23 at 10 a.m.
COMMEMORATION TO BE HELD AT ST. BERNARD'S CHURCH For the second consecutive year,
Greater Akron will mark the anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks, with
public ceremonies in downtown Akron.
BY OHIO NATIONAL GUARD FOR EMPLOYEE SUPPORT Mayor Don Plusquellic was honored
today by the Ohio National Guard for the City of Akrons support of employees serving
in the military.
||AKRON TO INSTALL
AUTOMATED METER READING SYSTEM The City of Akron Public Utilities Bureau has
contracted with Honeywell to furnish and install a new Mobile Radio Automated Meter
Reading system for all domestic and commercial Akron water customers.
HOSPITAL Doctors at Akron General Medical Center discharged Mayor Don Plusquellic
early this afternoon.
MAYORS CONDITION Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic remains in Akron General
Medical Center this evening following a day of evaluative procedures to determine the
nature of an ailment that sent him to the hospital yesterday afternoon.
PLUSQUELLIC HOSPITALIZED Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic was admitted to Akron General
Medical Center at 2:30 this afternoon and is being evaluated by his doctors this evening.
CHAMPION BEN CURTIS JOINS MAYOR PLUSQUELLIC FOR GRAND OPENING OF THE FIRST TEE OF AKRON
2003 British Open Champion Ben Curtis today joined Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic, PGA
TOUR Commissioner Tim Finchem and The First Tee Executive Director Joe Louis Barrow, Jr.,
for the grand opening of The First Tee of Akron at Mud Run Park.
After a Power Outage Recommendations provided by the Akron Health Department
regarding food safety after an electrical power outage.
AKRON SELECTS SHELL FOR NATURAL GAS SERVICE The City of Akron is pleased to
announce its endorsement of Shell Energy Services as the natural gas supplier for the
Citys opt-in program.
Alpha Homes, Inc. Announces The Re-Birth of Channelwood Village Alpha Phi
Alpha Homes, Inc. announces the rebirth of Channelwood Village, a complex of affordable,
two, three and four bedroom garden and townhouse style apartments.
Honor Dorothy Jackson for Lifetime of Service A community wide tribute to retired
Akron Deputy Mayor Dorothy O. Jackson is planned for Thursday, August 28, 2003 at the
Tangier Restaurant in Akron.
||NORTH HILL BRANCH
LIBRARY GROUNDBREAKING SET FOR AUG. 14 The Akron-Summit County Public Library will
break ground on a new North Hill Branch Library Thursday, August 14 at 10 a.m.
Goodyear Appreciation Day Mayor Plusquellic presents proclamation to Goodyear
Chairman Robert Keegan, naming August 6 as "Goodyear Appreciation Day" in the
City of Akron.
Announces Federal Assistance to Severe Weather Victims Governor Bob Taft
announced today that President George W. Bush approved federal disaster assistance for
citizens and local governments in Northeast Ohio counties that suffered tornado, severe
storm and flood damage beginning July 21.
Reform The City of Akron now has some of the strictest donation limits in the
country when it comes to political campaigns.
Park Employee Recognition Night Photos
Bloom" Judges Tour America in Bloom, a program to recognize community
participation in beautification, heritage and environmental awareness kicks into action
this week with the judges tour, Thursday through late Saturday.
PLANNED FOR CITYS NEW UNIVERSITY POLYMER RESEARCH PARK The first business
that will call the new University Polymer Research Park its home is making plans to begin
construction later this year.
EXPANSION IN THE CLEAR ON E. MARKET STREET Ganley Toyota is preparing for a major
expansion on East Market Street and is about to get the green light.
Unveils New Historical Site Marker for Derby Downs Mayor Don Plusquellic,
All-American Soap Box Derby Board of Trustees Chairman Roy Hartz and board member Don
Adams unveil the new historical site marker for Derby Downs.
||Ohio Gets $3.075
Million to Boost Business Development and Job Growth Commerce Assistant Secretary
David A. Sampson and U.S. Senator George V. Voinovich (R-Ohio) today announced $3.075
million in Economic Development Administration (EDA) investments to Akron and Lordstown.
by Mayor Don Plusquellic The proposed acquisition of Roadway by Yellow
Corporation will take some months to complete and will require approval of federal
||PUT ON A GOOD
FACE AS America In Bloom Returns to Akron America in Bloom, a program
to recognize community participation in beautification, heritage and environmental
awareness debuted in the United States in 2002 and is returning to Akron in 2003.
RETURNS TO THE CANAL The propeller of the airship Akron, the desk used by Dr.
Sidewalk Program The City is initiating a new program to replace an
individual homeowners substandard sidewalks and drive approaches.
Falcon Encounter One of downtown Akron's resident peregrine falcons peers through
one of the 8th story windows of the City of Akron CitiCenter Building.
||AKRON HAS CITY
VIEW FOR NEWEST NEIGHBORHOOD Mayor Don Plusquellic announced today that work is
nearly complete on the new City View development, the newest neighborhood within the city
COMFORTABLY FOLLOWING HEART SURGERY Mayor Don Plusquellic is in the Coronary
Intensive Care Unit at Akron General Medical Center following double-bypass surgery
performed by Dr. Robert Kamienski (kuh MIN skee) Tuesday afternoon.
COMMEMORATION TO BE HELD JULY 27 The City of Akron will commemorate the 50th
anniversary of the end of the Korean War on Sunday, July 27 at 2:00pm, at Akrons
Korean War Memorial on the grounds of The University of Akron.
To Undergo Coronary Bypass Surgery Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic will undergo
coronary bypass surgery at Akron General Medical Center on Tuesday afternoon.
||FIRST TEE OFF AND
RUNNING AT MUD RUN - AKRONS NEW PUBLIC LINKS Seventeen year old Tierra Jones
and 14 year old Steven Kalail christened the City of Akrons new Mud Run Golf Course
at Morse Road and South Hawkins Avenue in Akron at Mayor Don Plusquellics morning
news conference today.
EAGLE BANDING In celebration of Ohios bicentennial the Ohio Department of
Natural Resources Division of Wildlife is once again focusing on our national symbol, the
||MAYOR PUTS FREE
SUMMER PARKING PLAN INTO GEAR Responding to business people making investments in
downtown Akron, Mayor Don Plusquellic this afternoon announced a pilot program to provide
free parking at all city garages and surface lots during non-business hours this summer.
JACKSON ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT After serving with distinction and longer than any
other deputy mayor in the citys history, Dorothy O. Jackson has announced she is
retiring at the end of this month.
NEW SENIOR HOUSING FOR FIRESTONE PARK Mayor Don
Plusquellic, Ward 7 Councilwoman Mary Ellen McAvoy and Ken Radigan, executive director of
Humility of Mary Housing, Inc. have announced an agreement to build a 40-unit housing
complex for seniors in the Firestone Park area of South Akron.
RECOMMEND CHANGES IN CIVIL SERVICE Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic today said that a
consultants report recommending that Akron "modernize" its Civil Service
system will be the beginning of a conversation among Akron city leaders and its employee
FIREFIGHTERS SELECTED FROM AKRON PUBLIC SCHOOLS At this evenings meeting of
the Akron Board of Education, (held at Buchtel Sr. High School) 13 Akron high school
students interested in becoming Akron firefighter/paramedics will meet each other, the
board, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Sylvester Small and Mayor Don Plusquellic.
The City of Akron has received results of a household survey conducted
by Dr. Jesse Marquette of the University of Akrons Center for Policy Studies.
Trees That Are Old - Are As Precious As Gold "Trees
that are old-are as precious as gold" Arbor Day slogan contest winning entry for
METRO TO OFFER NEW TRANSIT STATION DOWNTOWN Metro Regional Transit Authority and
Mayor Don Plusquellic today announced plans for a new Intermodal Transit Center to serve
TRAINING PROGRAM CELEBRATES FIRST ANNIVERSARY Mayor Don Plusquellic joined the
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers for his weekly news conference today to
celebrate the IBEWs one-year anniversary in its new location.
AKRON TO TAKE A STEP FOR FAMILIES The City of Akron is
hosting a brand new event to raise awareness and contributions for adoption and foster
LOCKS UP BIG SUMMER LINEUP FOR NEW STAGE Akron mayor Don Plusquellic today
announced a summer lineup of more than 80 concerts and events at the Citys Lock 3
Live!, downtown Akrons newest entertainment venue.
Your Child To Work Day "Mayor Plusquellic and some friends gather in Akron
City Council chambers.
Burton Headwaters State Representative Tim Grendell,
Burton Township Trustees, Trust for Public Land, Geauga Park District, Cleveland Museum of
Natural History and many of the guests at yesterday's dedication ceremony praised Mayor
Plusquellic, Deputy Mayor Jim Phelps and Akron Public Utilities staff for their ongoing
success in protecting the Upper Cuyahoga River watershed.
LIBRARY, AND SCHOOLS TEAM UP ON NEW LIBRARY The City of Akron, the Akron-Summit
County Public Library and the Akron Public Schools today announced an agreement to
cooperate in the construction of a new library in Firestone Park.
Income Tax Office Offers Extended Hours during Last Week of April The City of
Akron Income tax-filing deadline is Wednesday, April 30, and the Income Tax Office will be
open extra hours to assist Akron taxpayers.
GOES TO HOLLAND TO FILL SERVICE DIRECTOR POST Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic today
announced the appointment of Gerald O. Holland as Director of Public Service for the City
of Akron, effective Monday, April 21, 2003.
Redevelopment Project, 881 E. Exchange Street, Akron, Ohio FAQs The City of
Akron has received a grant for $2.8 million to purchase, cleanup and redevelop the
property at 881 East Exchange Street. Activities that residents and passersby will see at
this location are part of the Citys efforts--- under this grant--- to complete
environmental studies and implement a cleanup plan.
BOOTS SOCCER FIELD IDEA TO COUNCIL Akron City Council will receive a request from
Mayor Don Plusquellic at its next meeting, Monday, April 7, 2003, proposing the
construction of eight soccer fields, a pavilion, concession stand and parking on a 38-acre
site on White Pond Drive at Copley Road.
Night Awards "Best Photograph" The tables are turned on City
photographer Bruce Ford, who poses for a rare photo on the other side of the camera.
AND E.A.N.D.C. PARTNERS IN SENIOR HOUSING Mayor Don Plusquellic helped cut the
ribbon this morning opening the Zion Terrace Senior Housing Project at 184 Reid Terrace
just off of Cuyahoga Street, south of Tallmadge Avenue.
FIRST NIGHT(r) Akron 2003 Wins Array of Awards! Downtown
Akron Partnership's premier event, FIRST NIGHT(r) Akron, recently returned from the annual
First Night International Conference in St. Petersburg, Florida with an armful of awards!
TO OPEN MAYORS OFFICE OF MILITARY ASSISTANCE The City of Akron
has established an office to aid military families in the community. Mayor Don Plusquellic
today announced creation of a new service to assist families of men and women serving in
the U.S. Armed Forces.
of Mayor Don Plusquellic - Cutbacks to Local Government Fund This morning, we
learned that the speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives is proposing to cut funds to
local governments by nearly 60%.
of Mayor Don Plusquellic - Homeland Security Funding This morning, the mayors of
Ohios 6 largest cities joined together in supporting the efforts of Senators
Clinton, Schumer, and Mikulski, to amend the Presidents supplemental appropriations
request to increase homeland security assistance for cities and to get the money to cities
America and Mayor Plusquellic to Host small business Conference Partner
America, the nations first partnership of Mayors, government agencies and
private enterprise dedicated to small business growth, today announced that Mayor Donald
L. Plusquellic will host a Partner America Business Conference on April 30th
to discuss and promote small business development throughout Akron.
Complete On Community Learning Center OperationsThe City of Akron and the Akron
City School District announced today they have completed negotiations on a Memorandum of
Understanding to reflect their partnership in the creation of Community Learning Centers
throughout the City of Akron.
Issue 10 Kick Off Mayor Plusquellic, Superintendent
Small, community leaders begin all-out effort to pass Issue 10.
NEIGHBORHOOD GRANTS ANNOUNCED The City of Akron and the Akron Community Foundation
continue their commitment to improving neighborhoods through the Neighborhood Partnership
SEEKS TO TOUGHEN CAMPAIGN LEGISLATION Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic today announced
that he will send to City Council on Monday comprehensive legislation that if enacted will
create a level playing field for all candidates who seek to run for City Council or Mayor
Announcing the Appointment of J. Michael Moser, M.D., M.P.H.
The Akron Health Commission announces that Dr. J. Michael Moser has agreed to become
Akrons next Director of Health.
OFFERS EXPANDED TAX ASSISTANCE Even though the deadline for filing the Akron 2002
city tax return is more than a month away, the Akron Income Tax Division is expanding its
hours for the next five and a half weeks to assist taxpayers who need to visit the Tax
Emergency Preparedness Statement of Mayor Don Plusquellic Our
thoughts and prayers are with the men and women who are protecting the United States
Statement of Joseph P. Kidder On February 27, prior to
the publication of any details of the investigation concerning the building of my home, I
told Mayor Plusquellic that I had decided to leave my position as Director of Public
Service, but I asked for time to return to my job to do several things.
TO BUILD ANOTHER NEW NEIGHBORHOOD Mayor Don Plusquellic announced today that work
has begun on a new neighborhood within the City.
TO HARVARD CONFERENCE Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic will meet with some of the
nations top architects, government leaders, and urban designers at Harvard College,
March 6-8, as part of the Mayors Institute on City Design at Cambridge,
SLOPE SLIDE SOLUTION The City of Akron and its engineers have arrived at a
long-range solution to the erosion problems that have plagued Sand Run Road from Smith
Road south to Sand Run Parkway.
Statement of Mayor Don Plusquellic with Regard to Akron Police
Investigation On Friday, February 21, the city received the decision of Judge
Schneiderman of the Common Please Court ordering the release of certain records which had
been requested by the Akron Beacon Journal.
of Akron Awarding $547,500 to Social Service Programs Mayor Don Plusquellic
announced the City of Akron's proposed award of $547,500 in Community Development Block
Grant Funds to be distributed among local agencies to assist local residents in the
housing development areas of the City.
Recognizes Akron's Environmental Record U.S. Senator George Voinovich (R-OH) today
unveiled legislation to increase federal financial support for state and local efforts to
protect water quality.
Akron Police Department Receives Gift of Automated External
Defibrillators American Heart Association President and Akron General Medical
Center cardiologist, Dr. Terry Gordon with Rebecca Holden and Terry Brett at Mayor Don
Plusquellic's weekly news conference February 14, 2003...
OF AKRON PLACES IN NATIONAL BEAUTIFICATION AWARDS America In Bloom (AIB) has
recognized the City of Akron and Keep Akron Beautiful for their work in beautifying the
Receives Income Tax Legislation The City Council of Akron received legislation
today from Mayor Don Plusquellic to increase the Akron municipal income tax by one-quarter
of one percent to build Community Learning Centers for the Akron Public Schools.
FUNDING PROPOSAL ANNOUNCED FOR CONSTRUCTION, IMPROVEMENTS Akron Mayor Don
Plusquellic today, with Akron School Board President Linda Omobien, Superintendent Dr.
Sylvester Small, Akron City Council president Marco Sommerville, and members of city
council, announced a new plan to re-build Akron schools.
NEW PROGRAM TO ENCOURAGE, ENRICH YOUNG ARTISTS Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic today
announced the creation of an innovative City - sponsored program that will match the
skills of professional artists with young people interested in art careers this summer
Statement of Mayor Don Plusquellic January 16, 2003 Concerning: 350
Layoffs Announced at Goodyear in Akron My immediate thoughts are with the
employees who have been laid-off today, and of course, their families.
from Mayor Don Plusquellic Concerning: City of Akron-Waste Management-Cuyahoga Falls
Tentative Agreement It is good that our agreement today will bring to an end
the conflict about the future of the Hardy Road Landfill expansion and make much-needed
progress toward a more permanent solution for the region.
MANAGEMENT ANNOUNCES AGREEMENT WITH AKRON AND THE CITY OF CUYAHOGA FALLS Waste
Management, the City of Akron, and the City of Cuyahoga Falls announced today they have
reached an agreement providing a solution to the solid waste disposal needs of Summit
of Akron Awarding $329,000 in Emergency Shelter Grant Funds Mayor Donald
Plusquellic announced the City of Akron's proposed award of $329,000 in Emergency Shelter
PLUSQUELLIC GATHERS BIG CITIES MAYORS IN AKRON An
informal association formed to strategize about how to best represent Ohios cities
is gathering in Akron today with an agenda focusing on homeland security issues and their
impact on urban areas.
State of the City 2003, Mayor Don Plusquellic I want to
thank the Kiwanis Club of Akron for the invitation to speak today...
State of the City of Akron - Achievements of the year 2002 Now
in the fourth year of his fourth term, Mayor Don Plusquellic was first sworn in as Akron's
59th mayor in 1987...
UNIONS REACH LABOR AGREEMENTS The City of Akron has concluded labor talks with
three of its unions.