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Maple Heights Election Results for November 4 2014 (unofficial)

Complete results can be found on the Board of Elections  website. The results below are UNOFFICIAL. There are absentee ballots postmarked by Monday yet to be counted as well as  provisional ballots that will need to be verified.   Senior Center Levy Fails by Less than 50 Votes Early in the evening with just absentee […]

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School Zone Cameras go live Monday, October 6, 2014

The “new” traffic cameras located on Lee, Dunham and E 141st will go live at midnight October 6, 2014. Motorists traveling 11mph or more over the posted speed limit will be cited. Additionally,  the cameras in Lee and Dunham school zones will cite motorists going 6mph or more over the “school zone” speed limit during the […]

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WANTED: Residents’ Opinions Regarding November Ballot Issues

Want to make your opinion heard? Do you know what Maple Heights needs? Here is your chance to let everyone know. We are looking for opinion pieces written by residents (or business owners) of Maple Heights. We invite you to share you opinion “For” or “Against” the issues that will appear on the November 4, […]

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Maple Heights School Zone Cameras Expected to “Go Live” in 2 Weeks

Maple Heights School Zone Traffic Cameras on Lee Road and Dunham Road The traffic cameras for the school zones are expected to arrive tomorrow, Thursday, September 18, 2014, at their respective locations: 5400 Block of Lee Road, adjacent to Mustang Way 5900 Block of Dunham Road, corner of Lisa and Dunham Police Chief Popielarczyk anticipates […]

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Camera Charter Amendment Sent to Committee of the Whole

Maple Heights Charter Amendment Sent to Committee of the Whole Not Board of Elections Last night City Council President referred the Ordinance to place the Traffic Cameras on the November ballot to Council’s Committee of the Whole without any discussion during the Council Meeting. Councilman Brownlee tried to bring back the ordinance to be reconsidered […]

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