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John O’Brien: 216.698.2099 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicole Dailey Jones: 216.263.4602, 216.338.0863 or email@example.com
MERGER STUDY KICK-OFF, COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION DESIRED
Cuyahoga County – The Shared Services/Merger Study for Moreland Hills, Orange, Pepper Pike, and Woodmere, Ohio is being launched through a series of public meetings on Thursday, February 7, and Friday, February 8, 2013.
These meetings will provide the community with an opportunity to learn about the study process and to join the conversation around both merger and shared services for these communities. Each meeting will include an overview of the project, information about some of the key characteristics of the four communities, an interactive live survey and a roundtable discussion of challenges and opportunities. The meetings will be moderated by the project consultant, the Center for Governmental Research of Rochester, New York.
Each of the meetings will follow the same format so attendance is only necessary at one of the four options listed below:
Public Meeting Information
Thursday, February 7th
- 1:30 pm – Woodmere Village Hall at 27899 Chagrin Boulevard
- 4:00 pm – Orange Village Hall at 4600 Lander Road
- 7:00 pm – Moreland Hills Village Hall at 4350 SOM. Center Road
Friday, February 8th
- 8:30 am – Pepper Pike City Hall at 28000 Shaker Boulevard
About the Center for Governmental Research:
CGR is a 98-year-old independent nonprofit strategic consulting and decision support organization with significant expertise conducting local government merger and shared service studies and developing implementation plans across New York and the Northeast. CGR is headquartered in Rochester, NY and was engaged by Cuyahoga County and the involved municipalities to serve as study consultant in December, 2012.