The Copley Township Board of Trustees approved the Senior Snow Plow Program for the 2016-2017 winter season. The purpose of this program is to allow emergency services to gain easy access to your property should you need them.
From the Office of Sherrii Bevan Walsh, Prosecuting Attorney, Summit County
Residents of Bath, Copley and Fairlawn have been getting calls from a man who identifies himself as Capt. Jack Dembrowski, a local law enforcement officer. "Capt. Dembrowski" claims someone stole a large amount of money from their account and asks for personal information, including whether there is jewelry, money and guns in the house. He has even threatened to get a search warrant if the resident refuses to answer his questions.
Capt. Jack Dembrowski does not exist. Anyone who receives this call should hang up and notify their local police department.
Never give out personal information or information about valuables and weapons in your home. It is very easy for someone to assume another's identity over the phone. However, it is also very easy to call your local police department (or the organization with which the caller claims to be associated) to verify whether the call is legitimate or a scam.
Sherri Bevan Walsh
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For Immediate Release No.12-OPA64
THURSDAY: EPA STARTS WATER MAIN CONSTRUCTION IN COPLEY TOWNSHIP, OHIO
(Chicago, August 14, 2012) Starting this week, the U.S. Environmental Protection AGency begins construction of a new $1.5 million water main extension in Copley Township, Summit County, Ohio.
Copley Square Plaza was added to the National Priorities List of hazardous waste sites in April 2005. This Superfund site has PERC ground water contamination caused by leaking wastewater storage tanks at a former dry cleaner.
EPA and the Ohio EPA are working with the Akron Public Utilites Bureau to provide water main extensions at no cost to residents. EPA will connect 26 homes in Copley Township to the Akron public water supply and seal contaminated water wells.
WHO: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
WHAT: Construction of a new $1.5 million water main extension
WHERE: At the Copley Square Plaza site, 2777 Copley Road
WHEN: 10 a.m., Thursday, August 16, 2012
HIGHLIGHTS: Work site tour; Q and A with EPA representatives
Akron Beacon Jounal and Ohio.com
For More Information contact:
Deanna Stevens Ulrich
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 26, 2012
NEW COPLEY-FAIRLAWN.OHIO.COM SITE TO LAUNCH IN MAY
A new community news and information website- www.Copley-Fairlawn.Ohio.com - will launch May 3. Powered by Ohio.com and backed by the Akron Beacon Journal, Copley-Fairlawn.Ohio.com is designed to be the source for Copley and Fairlawn news and information as reported by residents, community officials, correspondents and reporters at the Beacon Journal and Ohio.com. Among other features, the website will include a news blog produced by a correspondent dedicated to Copley and Fairlawn, local news and sports stories from the Akron Beacon Journal newsroom, stories and photos submitted by community residents, and links to other websites of interest to Copley and Fairlawn residents. In addition, local businesses will have the opportunity to share community events related to their operations.
To maintain the quality, integrity and credibility of Copley-Fairlawn.Ohio.com, the Beacon Journal is committing resources to review all submissions before they are posted online.
The Akron Beacon Journal and Ohio.com have a rich tradition of serving the Akron metro area. The launch of the new community website builds on that tradition, giving a voice to the people of Copley-Fairlawn. The reach of Ohio.com is unrivaled in the Akron metro area, with 788,203 people visiting the site in any given month. Participating community members have everything to gain.
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