The boil order issued for the following streets Dam view, Browning point, Rosewood, Willow brook, Trellis, Tupelo, and also Hayford rd and Shoreside on 9/25/17 has been lifted.
The bac-t sample came back from the lab negative. You can go back to using your water as normal.
Utility Department Supervisor: Victor Virmala
A boil order has been issued for the following streets: Dam Vue Drive Peninsula Place Browning Point Rosewood Place Willow Brook Place Trellis Place Tupelo Drive Hayford Road The Shoreside. You will be notified with further instruction, if required. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause. Victor Virmala, Utility Department Superintendent
Village of Roaming Shores
The Ashtabula County Solid Waste Management District (District) is establishing a 30-day written comment period (September 4 – October 3, 2017) on the draft Solid Waste Management Plan Update (Plan Update) (Ohio Revised Code Section 3734.54). The District has prepared the draft Plan Update as required by Section 3734.54 of the Ohio Revised Code. The draft Plan Update includes a budget and fees to finance the Plan, a solid waste facility inventory, projections and strategies for reducing waste, facilities and programs to be used, an analysis of the progress made toward achieving state solid waste reduction goals, and District rules.
The District will continue its current disposal fee schedule, which is set at $2/ton for in-district waste, $4/ton for out-of-district, and $2/ton for out-of-state waste. In addition, in accordance with ORC 343.08, the District will levy a $4.75 charge on each improved parcel within the District beginning in 2018 to fund the new recycling transfer station, recycling drop-off program and HHW collection program.
This draft is an update to a previously approved solid waste plan. This Plan Update details existing programs including but not limited to drop-off recycling, scrap tire management, county office building and school recycling, education and awareness, community grants, health department assistance, the recycling transfer station, and commercial/industrial sector technical assistance activities.
New programs to be implemented during the 2018 to 2032 planning period include a community clean-up grant. Expansions/new initiatives are also planned for existing programs. Notable expansions include adding new sites to the drop-off program; approximately 18 should be operating by 2018. Additionally, the Recycling Transfer Station in Ashtabula is estimated to begin operations in 2017. Descriptions of each program and an implementation schedule are included in the Plan.
The draft Plan Update includes a demonstration of access to landfill capacity and determines there is more than fifteen years of capacity available to the District. Specifically, the Geneva Landfill has enough capacity to manage all of the waste generated in the District through 2032.
This draft Plan Update continues to authorize the Board of Commissioners to establish facility designations in accordance with Section 343.013 and 343.014 of the Ohio Revised Code. The District does not currently have facility designations and is not proposing to designate facilities during this planning period.
The draft Plan Update includes a detailed siting strategy for the submission and review of plans, specifications, and applications of the siting strategy to proposed solid waste facilities including the maximum feasible utilization and exemption of existing in-district facilities.
The draft Plan Update complies with State Plan Goal #1: Access to Waste Management Opportunities. The District shall provide access to recycling and waste minimization opportunities for municipal solid waste to its residents and businesses.
The District will hold a public hearing to obtain oral comments regarding the draft Plan Update on Thursday, October 5, at 10:00 a.m. at the District’s office, 25 W. Jefferson St., Jefferson, OH 44047. The District will accept written comments as required by Ohio Revised Code Section 3734.55 on the draft Plan Update from September 1, 2017 until September 30, 2017. Written comments should be sent to Ms. Janice Switzer, District Coordinator, 25 W. Jefferson St., Jefferson, OH 44047.
The draft Plan Update is available for review at the District’s office, 25 W. Jefferson St., Jefferson, OH 44047, during normal business hours and on the District website at www.ashtabulacounty.us/recycling. Please call (440) 576-1530 with any questions about the Plan Update.
The Board of Commissioners of Ashtabula County cordially invite you to attend a Regional Evening Agenda Session to be held Tuesday, April 25, 2017 in the Roaming Shores Village Hall. Beginning at 6:30 p.m. there will be an opportunity to meet with the Board to discuss any issues of importance regarding your community. The regular session of the Board will begin promptly at 7:00 p.m. Members of the Public encouraged to attend!
Date: Tuesday, April 25th
Time: Public – 6:30pm | Agenda – 7pm
Location: Village Hall
The village is seeking sturdy individuals to volunteer and assist with unloading unwanted items from cars, trucks and trailers into large roll-off dumpsters at the annual cleanup. This is the perfect opportunity for high school students to earn volunteer service credits towards graduation. Volunteers are asked to report to Bob Cook near the entrance green to the clubhouse parking lot on Saturday, May 6 at 8 a.m. and be prepared to work until 12:00 noon. Work gloves, drinking water and snacks will be provided to helpers. If you assist with the cleanup, please dress for the occasion and come prepared to get dirty!
EXPO Vendors as of 4/14/17:
- Nada’s Baked Goods
- Wollam-Grand Valley Insurance
- Metal Craft Docks
- Turf and Scaping Inc.
- Roaming Rock Marina
- Winer Legal Services
- Crandall Connection
- Perma-Gro Landscape Co.
- Framed on Main
- Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council (N.O.P.E.C.)
- Lake Erie Canopy Tours @ The Lodge at Geneva-on-the-Lake
- NMS Certified Public Accountants
- Faith in Action
- Orwell Window & Door, NaKrysie Meats
- The Lakehouse Inn & Winery
- Title Professionals
- Ducro Pet Loss Services
- APEX Metal Roofing Solutions
- Steller Copters
- Howard-Hanna Realty
- Nassief Honda
- The Pasta Oven
- The Estate on Coffee Creek
- Shepp Electric
- Cherry Valley Furniture
- Donald Sanzo Painting
- True Care Landscaping Inc.
- Lake Management Committee
- U.H. Geauga Hospital
- Wayne Senita Roofing & Insulation
- PineCraft Storage Barns LLC
- Ohio State Water Proofing
- KW Realty – Kerri Philips
- Artist Ralph Bacon
- Country Doctor Veterinary Clinic
Update: The Roaming Shores Village Utility crew was able to quickly fix the waterline issue. Service has been restored. Good job, guys!
A waterline in Roaming Shores has been hit. As a result, all of Roaming Shores does not have water pressure. Our crews are assessing the situation and working on fixing this problem ASAP. We will keep you informed.
The RSV Safety Committee Meeting, the RSV Council Work Session, and the Joint RRA/RSV Meeting have all been cancelled this evening due to the winter storm that is currently affecting our region.
The high winds we experienced yesterday have lead to various residents around the Shores to be without power. Current estimates are for the power to be restored by 11pm today (1/11/17).
The Outages appear to only be affecting the East side. Fortunately, temperatures in the Shores should stay above freezing until tomorrow. If you are a snow bird or if Roaming Shores is your second home, you may want to consider having someone check on your house.
As Christmas and New Year’s both fall on Sunday there will be no delay in garbage service. However, due to the spike in trash volume during the holidays, there will not be time to go back for those who are late setting out their garbage.
By: Chief Ed Koziol, President
Ashtabula County Fire Chief’s Association
Ashtabula County Fire Chief’s Association, State Fire Marshall asks “What can you do” to prevent fires?
Fire is everyone’s fight, and that’s why the Ashtabula County Fire Chief’s Association, in conjunction with the State Fire Marshal’s office, is asking Ohioans to think of one thing they can do to prevent or prepare for a fire.
The “What can you do?” social media campaign will highlight pledges to take action when it comes to fire safety. Fire officials throughout the state are encouraging Ohioans to take the pledge and post a photo on their social media accounts and use the hashtag #WhatCanYouDo or send it to your local fire department.
“We want to use this as a way to get everyone thinking about what they can do to be fire safe at home,” State Fire Marshal Larry L. Flowers said. “A proactive approach will help eliminate fire risks in your home, making you and your family safer.”
“It’s also important to make sure you’re prepared in the unfortunate case of a fire,” Chief Ed Koziol said. “Practicing your fire escape plan and making sure you have working smoke alarms in your home can help protect you if your home does catch fire.”
This campaign will kick off during Fire Prevention Week, October 9-15, 2016. The national theme is “Don’t Wait – Check the Date!” which encourages everyone to check the manufacture date on their smoke alarms. If the date on your alarm is more than ten years ago, the entire unit needs to be replaced. Smoke alarms are less effective after ten years.
For more fire prevention information, please contact your local fire department or go to the State Fire Marshal’s website at www.com.ohio.gov/fire.