Lakewood Mayor Michael P. Summers hosted his sixth-annual State of the City address at The Lakewood Masonic Temple on Wednesday. (View Presentation Slides)
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Lakewood Mayor Michael Summers discusses how the City of Lakewood has used the Lean Six Sigma approach to deliver smarter, more streamlined city services.
New members of Lakewood City Council along with reelected council members and Mayor Summers were sworn into office on Monday, January 4th. Ward 2 councilman Sam O’Leary was elected City Council President and Ward 1 councilman David Anderson as vice president. Dan O’Malley of Ward 4 was sworn in to replace Mary Louise Madigan and John […]
Lakewood City Council voted Monday night to approve the master agreement forged between the City, Lakewood Hospital Association and The Cleveland Clinic to ensure the availability of high quality health care, including 24/7/365 emergency services.
Lakewood Law Director Kevin Butler was named the 2015 General and In-House Counsel Award recipient in the government category.
With the launch of OhioCheckbook, taxpayers in Lakewood are now able to view more than 115,000 individual checks representing more than $451.4 million of total spending over the past five fiscal years.
LakewoodAlive Forum Focuses on Lakewood’s Refugee Community “From Refugee to Neighbor: Continuing the Conversation”
LakewoodAlive will host a free community forum on Thursday, November 12 from 7pm – 8:30pm at Lakewood Public Library (15425 Detroit Avenue) featuring a conversation about the growing refugee community in Lakewood.
“Mike Summers is among the finest mayors with whom I work,” said Rep. Kaptur. “His steady leadership, experience, and commitment will keep Lakewood moving forward. Mike Summers’ commitment to environmental stewardship, job creation and retention, and community building make him the right choice in this year’s election,” said Kaptur, concluding, “Mike Summers has my support.”
These videos shot for the Northeast Ohio Media Group’s (Plain Dealer) endorsement might be the only opportunity Lakewood voters will get to see both candidates debate on all of Lakewood’s issues since Candidate Mike Skindell decided not to debate Mayor Summers.
Jim O’Bryan’s Observer article “Mayor Summers Receives Advisory Opinions From the Ohio Ethics Commission” (Aug. 18, 2015) is entirely misleading and factually inaccurate.