How’s this for an amazing statistic – do you know that Ohio residents have among the lowest annual average auto insurance premium in the entire nation? According to a study by insure.com and Quadrant Information Services, only two states (Maine and Vermont) have a lower average premium. Ohio’s average for 2010 is $1,000 per year. The highest states include Louisiana ($2,511), Michigan ($2,098) and Oklahoma ($1,869). Other low-cost states include New Hampshire, Wisconsin and Iowa.
I have really been enjoying reading the Euclid Observer; I like the fact that it is all about Euclid. For instance, my husband and I have been to the Paradise Restaurant twice since we discovered that Bob Ryan was the chef. We have followed him for years and knew we would have a great meal. Well, since I love history, I thought I would share how things have changed over the years.
I moved to Euclid when I was 6 and lived in the Euclid homes project. It was a wonderful place to grow up, with kids everywhere. When it was hot (and it was a lot) we would put bathing suits on, grab a towel and go to the Administration Building and run through a giant sprinkler. Swimming pools were non-existent. In the winter, a small pond next to the same building would freeze over and everyone would go ice skating. It was not smooth like a rink but it was fun. The freeway now occupies this space.
All kids love to go swimming on a hot summer day. In this article, you will learn about all of the pools in Euclid. I visited all the Euclid City pools in order to write this review. The City of Euclid boasts of five pools: one very large pool near downtown Euclid and four smaller neighborhood pools.
Before explaining TIF, I would like to address those residents who feel that funds for the building of new schools and the $674,000 purchase of St. Robert church come out the same property tax pot, and conclude there must have been money in there before they started charging homeowners for trash pickup. Please carefully read the following words.
We've all received email listings loaded with advice. Sometimes we pay attention and often we don't. In this case, you may appreciate a little free advice. Read, heed and perhaps clips this for your files in case you need to refer to it someday.
The Euclid AARP Chapter #1550 will meet at the Euclid Community Center, One Bliss Lane, at 1 p.m. Monday, July 12. Note that the Center will be closed on July 5, for the holiday weekend. Our speaker will be John Williams from the Euclid Historical Society speaking about Euclid's history.
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