UPDATE: I understand the meeting went well however there was very low ordnance from residents around the school. The folks from the little leagues were very willing to work on any concerns and they have shared contact information for any future concerns. It was also determined that a group who was using the grounds DID NOT have permission from the school & that has yet to be resolved. All in all I understand the meeting went well.
Many neighbors in/around Alpine have expressed concerns about the noise, litter, parking, practice schedule, etc. regarding the football/cheer league that used Alpine’s fields this past Fall. It was a different league from previous years.
Sharon Woods trustees received numerous phone calls. These concerns were brought to the attention of Principal Peeples at Alpine. She is very open to hearing the concerns and wants to keep a positive relationship with the neighborhood
Principal Peeples is hosting a meeting at Alpine with a football league representative on Tuesday, Feb. 13 at 6:30 p.m. to get input before making a decision to allow/not allow them to use the field again next season. Everyone is welcome- the more the merrier!
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A homeowner around the Harrington Court area reported that a person or persons had thrown eggs at their front door sometime on Sunday 12/31 or Monday 1/1.
If anyone else experienced this or has an information please get in touch with Pat Wood 614-406-4829.
To all our Sharon Woods neighbors,
If you would like your son or daughter on the snow removal list for the SWCA Gatepost please send name, telephone number & your street.
Send to Pat Wood @ email@example.com
Thanks and let’s hope we don’t have a bad winter.
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The following was posted by Salem Block Watch, however these people could be operating in Sharon Woods also.
If seen, report to CPD immediately and let me know also.
Two tree trimming / theft suspects are a male and female that are currently driving a 1998 Ford black/gray pickup truck, Ohio tag EGP3224. They are posing as tree trimmers. The Detective said sometimes they do some work, but usually scam people out of thousands of dollars. If anybody sees them please call 614-645-4545.
On Wednesday evening at the Northland Community Council’s annual awards dinner, Bob Poling, and Pastor Don Wallick both received an award from SWCA for their involvement and support of our Civic Association. We want to thank them again for all they do for our community.
Also Sharon Woods Block Watch received the “Best Block Watch of the Year” award in the Northland area.
I plan on providing the 161 Business Task Force newsletter so you can see some of the work these business owners are doing or plan to do. I did learn that Huntington has purchased the land that was occupied by Meijer’s. There is no word yet on what they might do. Also the city is working with NCC (Northland Community Council, 161 Business Assoc. and other groups) in putting together a traffic plan for the 161/Cleveland AVe. intersection. The public will be invited to a presentation in the Spring. Pat Wood