Residents Invited to Ward 4 Public Meeting on August 29

Residents Invited to Ward 4 Public Meeting on August 29

Green City Council Member Skip Summerville is hosting his annual Ward 4 Meeting for Residents of Green on Thursday, August 29

Green, OH – Green City Council Ward 4 representativeSkip Summerville is hosting a public meeting for all residents of Green on Thursday, August 29 at 7 p.m. inCity CouncilChambers,1755 Town Park Blvd.

The hour-long event will begin with an overview of council’s role in City government and a brief update on what’s going on in Green by host Skip Summerville followed by guest speakers:

Steve Barry, Summit County Sherriff, who will share an update on safety including City of Green crime statistics and tips for residents.

Sheri Bevan Walsh, Summit County Prosecutor, who will share information about the variety of services for families and victims.

Paul Oberdorfer, City of Green Deputy Service Director, who will update on recently completed stormwater improvement projects and upcoming projects throughout the city.

“While I represent residents of Ward 4, those who live in the northwest part of Green, the information to be presented is pertinent to all the residents of Green,” said Skip Summerville, ward 4 council members and 2012 city council vice president. “I invite all residents of Green who are interested in learning more about their City and its progress to attend.”

Following the speakers, Skip Summerville will take questions. Beginning at 6:45 p.m. refreshments will be served. The meeting will begin promptly at 7 p.m. For those unable to attend in person, the meeting will be living web-streamed at as well as shown at various times on Time Warner Channel 16 and viewable on the City’s website on or about September 3. Registration is not required but appreciated by calling 330-896-6604.

The City of Greenis a mayor/council form of government. Green has four ward and three at-large council members. For more information about City Council, visit

The City of Green, Ohio, founded in 1992, is a prosperous, progressive and promising city with more than 25,000 residents. Approximately 33.5 square-miles, Green is located in southern Summit County. Visit