Here's what went on in Strongsville over the last few days
A wrap-up of Strongsville news this week: Christmas display in court -- A magistrate heard the case one neighbor brought against another over a lighting ceremony with fireworks on Crown Point Parkway. New business coming -- Foundation Software will move from Brunswick into a vacant building on Foltz Parkway, bringing all 103 employees. Burglaries -- Three home break-ins in one area of town are being investigated by police. Pearl Road widening on track -- The city didn't get a state grant it was hoping for, but still plans to break ground this summer. Robot goes to state -- A robotics team from Strongsville won a qualifying round and will complete for the state title.
Foundation Software buys building on Foltz Parkway
A local software company is moving across the border, bringing its 103 employees from Brunswick to Strongsville. Foundation Software, a company that develops accounting software for construction firms, will move into the former CSC Group building at 17999 Foltz Parkway in April. The company, now at 150 Pearl Rd. in Brunswick, bought the new headquarters for $2.3 million in December. "We've outgrown our four separate buildings in Brunswick," said Mike Ode, company president. The Foltz Parkway building has been vacant for more than a year. The CSC Group filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in late 2009 and was bought in 2010 by Hyland Software, which relocated the company and its employees. Ode said the building is perfect for Foundation's …