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1 CITY OF STREETSBORO DIRECTORY OF OFFICIALS (FOR PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION) [revised ]

2 CITY COUNCIL Ward #1 (term exp. 11/15) Council Vice President Bridget Pavlick home Shawnee Trail cell Ward #2 (term exp. 11/15) John Ruediger cell Tinkers Green Drive Ward #3 (term exp. 11/15) Regis Faivre home Walsh Drive Ward #4 (term exp. 11/15) Julie Field cell Sapphire Lane At-Large (term exp. 11/17) Council President Jeff Allen cell SR 14 At-Large (term exp. 11/17) Tim Claypoole cell Gloucester Road At-Large (term exp. 11/17) Steve Michniak home Frost Road Clerk Caroline L. Kremer ext. 115 The address to contact all City Council Members is: Regular Council meetings are usually held the second and fourth Mondays of each month following a committee meeting that starts at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the City Municipal Building. Page 1

3 COUNCIL COMMITTEES SERVICE Usually meets the second Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. [as of ] Chair: Vice-Chair: Steve Michniak Tim Claypoole SAFETY Usually meets the second Monday of each month immediately following the Service Committee meeting. Chair: Vice-Chair: John Ruediger Regis Faivre FINANCE Usually meets the fourth Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. [as of ] Chair: Vice-Chair: Bridget Pavlick Julie Field Committee Meetings are held in the Council Chambers of the City Municipal Building. Page 2

4 ADMINISTRATION MAYOR (term exp. 11/15) Glenn M. Broska , ext Deer Crossing Drive Home Fax Melissa Procop, Secretary to the Mayor , ext. 106 Clayton Morris, Director of Human Resources , ext. 101 BUILDING DEPARTMENT Dave Petrie, Building and Plumbing Inspector , ext. 132 Chris Gomula, Building Clerk , ext. 129 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Susan Truby, Economic Development Director , ext. 104 ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT GPD Group, Joe Ciuni FINANCE DEPARTMENT Jenny Esarey, Finance Director , ext. 110 Katie Mathies, Financial Assistant , ext. 109 Leslie Takacs, Finance Clerk , ext. 114 Evangeline Makar, Water Billing Clerk , ext. 112 FIRE DEPARTMENT Robert Reinholz, Fire Chief Mel Layden, Administrative Assistant LAW DEPARTMENT David M. Maistros, Law Director , ext. 125 Matt Vazzana, Assistant Law Director , ext. 126 Clayton Morris, Director of Human Resources , ext. 101 Melissa Procop, Admin. Assistant to the Law Director and HR Director , ext. 136 PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT Missy Hatch, Parks and Recreation Director Rachel Miller, Recreation Clerk Andrea Parma-Schaefer, Programmer Salvatore Ruffo, Parks Lead Worker Page 3

5 PLANNING AND ZONING DEPARTMENT John H. Cieszkowski, Jr., AICP, Planning Director , ext. 128 Stacey Vadaj, Zoning Inspector , ext. 127 POLICE DEPARTMENT 2080 SR Roy Mosley, III, Police Chief Fax Sharon Gumm, Administrative Assistant SENIOR CITIZEN SERVICES DEPARTMENT Joe Jedlinsky, Clerk Dawn Ruffo, Program Coordinator SERVICE DEPARTMENT 2094 SR Bill Miller, Service Director Fax John Kuklisin, Water Superintendent Terri Corbett, Service Clerk Jana Dengg, Water Clerk Page 4

6 BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS Planning and Zoning Commission (Appointed by Mayor for 4 year term) Ward #1 (term exp. 12/17) Chuck Kocisko cell 1530 Pike Parkway Ward #2 (term exp. 12/17) James Hillyer 1295 Creekledge Court cell Ward #3 (term exp. 12/15) Warner Batten Jr Walsh Drive Ward #4 (term exp. 12/17) Jason A. Winkler 8928 Crystal Court At-Large (term exp. 12/17) John Randolph Meadow Ridge Drive At-Large (term exp. 12/18) Vice Chairman Jerome Pavlick 1288 Shawnee Trail At-Large (term exp. 12/16) Chairman Thomas Horsfall 8084 Seasons Road Planning Director , ext. 128 John H. Cieszkowski, Jr., AICP Clerk Stacey Vadaj , ext. 127 Meetings are usually conducted on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Page 5

7 BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS Board of Zoning and Building Appeals (Appointed by Mayor for 4 year term) Ward #1 (term exp. 12/15) Ronald Stenglein 9372 Dorothy Drive Ward #2 (term exp. 12/15) Thomas Claflin 1275 Creekledge Court cell Ward #3 (term exp. 12/18) Marty Richmond 2206 Timber Ridge Trail Ward #4 (term exp. 12/17) Curt Newill 257 Sapphire Lane At-Large (term exp. 12/17) Anthony Madden 1155 Sparrow Run At-Large (term exp. 12/18) Dave Dabrowski 1155 Delaware Trail cell cell At Large (term exp. 12/17) Chairman Matt Bross 9955 Beverly Lane Planning Director , ext. 128 John H. Cieszkowski, Jr., AICP Clerk Stacey Vadaj , ext. 127 Meetings are usually conducted on the third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Page 6

8 BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS Civil Service Commission (Appointed by Mayor for 6 year term) (no more than 2 of same political party) (term exp. 12/19) no party affiliation (Independent) home Todd J. Mitchell cell SR 43 (term exp. 12/17) Democrat home James Demitrus Vice Chairman cell Wood Thrush Drive (term exp. 12/15) Republican home James Woolf Chairman cell SR 43 Clerk Clayton Morris, Human Resources Director Meetings are on the call of the Chairman. Page 7

9 BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS Streetsboro Parks, Recreation and Conservation Advisory Committee After the initial term, members will be appointed to a three year term. (see Ordinance No ) Ward #1 (term exp. 07/28/2016) Cadelyn Guastaferri Crock Drive Ward #2 (term exp. 07/28/2016) Larry Puleo Holborn Road Ward #3 (term exp. 07/28/2015) Vice Chair Rich Gadus 8621 Deer Meadow Blvd cell Ward #4 (term exp. 07/28/2015) Richard Rynearson Ravenna Road At-Large (term exp. 07/28/2017) Chair Keith Smith 1249 Vantage Way cell At-Large (term exp. 07/28/2017) Kim O Brien Merchant Drive At-Large (term exp. 07/28/2017) Scott L. Clark Sparrow Run Meetings are usually conducted on the first Tuesday of each month at 6:15 p.m. Page 8

10 BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS Firemen s Dependency Board Income Tax Board of Review Bridget Pavlick, Council Member Council Finance Committee Chair Steve Michniak, Council Member Law Director John Broska, Fire Department Resident Elector, Carol Fruscella Olson Jim Prasek, Fire Department [appointed ] Barb Fredmonsky, Citizen Rep. Records Commission (5 4 members as of Charter amendments) Mayor Law Director Finance Director Citizen Rep., Mary Ann Howitt Secretary to the Mayor, Clerk Tax Incentive Review Council Nick Funari, 597 Ravenna Road, Streetsboro, OH Jenny Esarey, Streetsboro Finance Director William Lishing, 8327 Ferguson Rd, Streetsboro, OH Richard Demich, 9110 Wiencek, Streetsboro, OH Andrew Lesak, 756 Holborn Road, Streetsboro, OH Brian Violi, 9464 Cherokee Trail, Streetsboro, OH Janet Esposito, Portage County Auditor, 449 S. Meridian St., Ravenna Stan Jankowski, 9953 Meldon Drive, Board of Control Mayor (Chair) Finance Director Law Director Service Director Council Member, Jeff Allen Clerk of Council, Clerk Water Bill Adjustment Board Service Director (Chair) Mayor Finance Director City Engineer Clerk of Council, Clerk Portage County Board of Health Representative (term exp. 3/17) Bonnie Bailey 462 Ravenna Road Portage Area Regional Transportation Authority (PARTA) Representative (term exp. 6/17) Jeremy Moldvay 9342 Briar Drive These bodies meet on call. Page 9

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