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Mayor Gorden to serve as a panelist for CWRU series on the substance abuse epidemic

Beachwood Mayor Merle Gorden will serve as a panelist as part of a Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) series on the growing substance abuse epidemic. The panel discussion— “Substance Abuse: Suburban Challenges: Mayors‘ Call to Action’ — will take place November 16 at 7 p.m. at Landmark Centre, 25700 Science Park Drive. Mayor Gorden will join Mayor Kathy Mulcahy of Orange Village and Mayor Patrick Ward of Lyndhurst in a panel moderated by Vince Carrafi, Chair of the Cuyahoga County Opiate Task Force for the Cuyahoga County Board of Health.
 
Discover more about the effect this epidemic has on our local communities. The November 16 session is part of a larger series CWRU is hosting.  All sessions are free and open to the public. For more information or to reserve your spot, please visit: http://case.edu/lifelonglearning/substance-abuse/

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Fall leaf pick-up in progress

Leaf trucks are in continuous daily operation throughout Beachwood, weather permitting. Residents are invited to place unbagged leaves on the tree lawn. Please do not place leaves in the street or mix with other debris such as grass.

After December 15, all leaves will need to be bagged. Leaf bags will then be picked up with your rubbish on your regular collection day. Questions? Call 216.292.1922.

City Hall closed on Thanksgiving; Thursday rubbish
pick-up will be one day early

The City of Beachwood will be closed at noon on Wednesday, November 22 and will reopen on Monday, November 27 at 8 a.m. If your rubbish is usually collected on Thursday, it will instead be picked up a day early on Wednesday, November 22. There is no scheduled rubbish pick-up on Friday. Thank you and Happy Thanksgiving to all celebrating.

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The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow

“Annie” premiers in just a couple weeks! Beachwood Recreation Community Theater proudly presents this timeless tale of Little Orphan Annie with a beautiful message of hope for all generations. Mark your calendar for one of the following performance dates below.  All performances take place at Beachwood Middle School Auditorium. Tickets are available at the door 30 minutes prior to curtain—$8 for students and seniors, $9 for adults. Questions? Call 216.292.1970 for more information.

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Veterans Day Salute brought community together

The City of Beachwood and Beachwood Historical Society held their annual Veterans Day Salute on Sunday at Beachwood Cemetery, the resting place of more than 40 soldiers. The community event featured dignitaries, local veterans and a presentation of the colors.  

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November 14- Planning and Zoning
Commission Meeting
 
November 16- Substance Abuse: Suburban Challenges: Mayors‘ Call to Action
 
November 20- City Council Meeting
 
November 22- Early rubbish pick-up for those scheduled on Thanksgiving
 
November 23- Thanksgiving; City of Beachwood offices closed
 
December 2- Opening night of Beachwood Community Theater’s “Annie“

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Beachwood is one of Greater Cleveland’s most sought after locations for families as well as businesses. Easily accessible, Beachwood offers a cooperative and focused city government, excellent schools, pleasant neighborhoods and some of the best shopping in the entire region. Approximately 12,000 residents and 2,500 businesses call Beachwood home, and more than 100,000 people come to Beachwood daily to shop, work and visit.

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