Nightly lane restrictions on Route 8 starting April 3

Beginning April 3, State Route 8 between Howe Avenue and Graham Road will have various nightly lane restrictions for resurfacing. These restrictions will occur between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. This work is the beginning of a $4.6 million project to resurface State Route 8 between Howe Avenue and Graham Road, State Route 303 from east of Chittenden Road to Olde 8 and on State Route 261 from just west of State Route 8 to N. Main Street. The project also includes miscellaneous bridge repairs. The entire project is scheduled to be complete by October.

Village starts Spring Cleanup April 3

The Village of Silver Lake's Spring Cleanup Program will begin April 3 and run through April 28. Limbs and leaves must be in separate piles. Do not put limbs and leaves in the street or in bags.

Limbs must be no more than 4 inches in diameter and no longer than 10 feet. Lumber, stumps, and anything with a root system will not be picked up because they damage the chipper blades. Grasses, weeds, firewood, and any material that cannot be put in the chipper safely will not be picked up.

Do not place debris in the street. Leaves clog the storm drain and make it dangerous for traffic. Homeowners may be cited if debris is placed in the streets. In addition, do not pile leaves in areas where there are stones, they will not be picked up as this causes damage to the leaf picker.

Mayor's First Tuesday is April 4

Mayor Don Walters would like to invite citizens to meet with him one-on-one to present any concerns or ideas for making Cuyahoga Falls a better place to live.

Meetings are by appointment only. The next First Tuesday program will be April 4 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Call 330-971-8200 to schedule a 30-minute appointment.

Village Council will meet with state official to discuss potential deer culling

Silver Lake Mayor Bernie Hovey told Village Council that an Ohio Department of Natural Resources representative will attend the next meeting to discuss and answer questions about a deer culling proposal. The state official will visit with Council on April 3 at 6 p.m. in Village Hall, 2961 Kent Road. The public is invited to attend. The regular Council meeting will follow at 7.