Monday, February 18, 2013
Perciak will talk about Strongsville's future
Mayor Tom Perciak will deliver his annual State of the City speech March 19 at the Ehrnfelt Recreation Center. The speech is part of the Strongsville Chamber of Commerce's monthly luncheon. The event runs 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Cost is $20, payable at the door, or reserve a seat by callint 440-238-3366 or visiting the Chamber website by March 15. Perciak is expected to discuss the city's growth, its financial status and future plans. The luncheon is open to the public, but reservations are required. There will also be space available for those who wish to hear the mayor’s remarks, but not to have lunch.
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Perciak's annual address focuses on business growth, new jobs
The city will try to fill vacant storefronts on Pearl Road by stepping back and giving small businesses the freedom to prosper, Mayor Tom Perciak said. "Local government needs to stay out of the way so businesses can bloom and grow," Perciak said. The mayor's remarks were part of his annual State of the City address, which he delivered Tuesday to several hundred people during a monthly Strongsville Chamber of Commerce luncheon at the Ehrnfelt Recreation Center. Some highlights of Perciak's speech: • Plans are continuing for the widening of Pearl Road south to Boston Road despite a statewide road funding crisis that has delayed a grant six years. • Strongsville spends about $6 million a year maintaining its roadways, $14.8 million on police…
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Perciak will deliver annual message March 20
Mayor Thomas Perciak will deliver his State of the City address March 20 as part of the Strongsville Chamber of Commerce's monthly luncheon. The event starts at 11:30 a.m. at the Event Center at the Ehrnfelt Recreation Center. The luncheon is open to the public, but reservations are required by calling the chamber at 440-238-3366 or visiting strongsvillechamber.com/events. Cost is $20. There will also be space available for residents who want to hear the mayor's remarks, but don't wish to have lunch. Perciak, who drew more than 300 people to last year's address, is expected to talk about the city's growth, its financial status and plans for the future.