Mayor’s Report

As businesses are opening back up and we are slowly getting back to our lives and daily routines we are no longer requiring visitors to City Hall to wear masks.  Please be courteous if someone asks you to wear a mask or is wearing a mask and remember to maintain social distance.

We are still working with First Energy regarding our power outages.  First Energy completed a circuit inspection, they found broken insulators.  The insulators have been repaired.  A First Energy representative will be attending the July 13th council meeting.  If you have any questions, please send them to me by June 25th ([email protected]) or make time to attend the July 13th council meeting.  As First Energy continues to update the city, we will update our residents.

The Fire Department had 109 calls for service in April.  The newest member, Firefighter/Paramedic Duplaga will be sworn in on June 22nd.  Fire Department training included EMS drills, electrical hazards and an Extrication Drill.  The department is still tracking active COVID cases in the city. 

The Police Departments newest member Officer Harris is in phase II of his training and Officer Osap has finished his training.  The department will begin using body cameras as ongoing training continues. The Police Department began enforcing the overnight parking ban April 1, 2021.

Our Service Department has been busy preparing for the summer season.  Our new playground at City Hall will be open soon and the new pavilion is a nice place to have lunch or dinner.  Charcoal grills are being installed for cooking out.  The pavilion is open to everyone and no reservations are required.

As the summer season approaches, watch for kids on bicycles and playing outside.  We would like to invite you to visit the new pavilion at City Hall and the new playground will be open soon for summer fun.

Council meeting are the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm. The next council meetings will be June 22nd, July 13th and July 27th, all City Hall meetings are open to the public.  Meetings are still available on line. Residents are encouraged to attend meetings in person or virtually.  Information about how to attend is listed on our website www.citymol.org.  We will also post meeting information on our social media outlets.

If you are interested in how our city works, we have openings on our Boards and Commissions.  Please submit a letter of interest to [email protected]

As always please contact me with any questions or concerns you may have.  I can be reached at home (440) 257-6029, leave a message at City Hall (440) 257-7216, or email me at [email protected].  If you have urgent matters requiring immediate attention, please contact our Police Department at (440) 257-7234.  Our dispatchers will send an officer out immediately.  If you see something in the neighborhood which doesn’t seem right, please call us right away.  We respond to all complaints.  Follow us on Facebook at City Mentor on the Lake, Mentor on the Lake Fire Department and Mentor on the Lake Police Department for all that’s going on in our city.