Howard Hanna volumefor May tops '06 markHoward Hanna Real Estate Services reported total volume of $2.2 billion for May, a 4 percent increase over May 2006.Figures include written, listing and closed sales volume of Howard Hanna Smythe Cramer and other subsidiaries.Closed, listing and written volume for Howard Hanna Smythe Cramer totaled $921 million. Closed volume was $261 million (1,297 units), written volume $293.8 million (1,353 units) and listing volume $366.8 million (1,465 units).Total volume for the Eastern Region of Howard Hanna Smythe Cramer, which includes the Aurora office, was $449.2 million, with Aurora's figure at $35.3 million.Karen Miller led the Aurora branch in closed volume, while Susan Elaine White led in written volume.Cossler is selected asup-and-coming lawyerAurora resident Christine T. Cossler, an attorney at Walter & Haverfield in Cleveland, is listed in the 2007 edition of "Ohio Super Lawyers: Rising Stars Edition."The listing honors individuals who are chosen by their peers as top up-and-coming lawyers 40 years old or younger who have been practicing for 10 years or less.Cossler focuses on public/private sector labor, em-ployment and education law. She is a lecturer and trainer in education and labor-employment issues.She attended Case Western Reserve University School of Law, where she was valedictorian in May 2002.Prior to joining her present employer, Cossler served a a law clerk to Judge James S. Gwin of the Northern District of Ohio and was in private practice with Squire, Sanders & Dempsey.She was nominated and appointed recently to the Cleveland Employment Law Inns of Court, and is licensed to practice in all courts in Ohio, U.S. Sup-reme Court, U.S. Court of Appeals and U.S. District Court for Northern Ohio.Governor visiting areaauto dealership todayGov. Ted Strickland will make his first trip to Streetsboro since taking office earlier this year.The occasion is Classic GMC's grand opening ceremony, which will take place today (June 27) at 3 p.m. at the new dealership off Route 14 and south of the Ohio Turnpike.The governor's visit is invitation only to guests. Classic Auto Group Chief Operating Officer Bob Ringo said some of the top brass from GM also will be on hand.The dealership is one of the first nationwide with GMC's new design. Ringo also said it's a new dealership in Northeast Ohio, where economic times have not been good.Classic GMC opened May 15, joining Classic Nissan and Classic Honda at the Streetsboro campus.