COUNCILMAN AT LARGE
I was elected as your Ward Three Councilman in November 2012 and was then elected to Councilman-at-Large in 2018. It’s been an honor to serve and represent city council on the Finance Department, Economic Development, School Board, and Southwest Hospital. I also enjoy continuing my commitment to our city by being a member of the Strongsville Rotary, Optimist Club, Chamber of Commerce Board Member, Life member of the Strongsville Historical Society and Westwood Farms HOA Board Member. It has been with great pride that I have been able to serve as your Councilman for the last 8 years. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to fulfill this life-long dream. I am grateful for the ability to work together with you to resolve issues in our city or in your neighborhood. “Together we can make a difference”.
Together We Can Make A Difference
My mother and father moved our family to Strongsville during the winter storm of 1978 for a better life. I entered the Strongsville City Schools in kindergarten and graduated from Strongsville High School in 1991. I then attended Cuyahoga Community College and the University of Toledo. I enlisted in the Police Academy in August 1994 and worked as a Deputy Sheriff until getting hired by the North Olmsted Police Department in 1998.
Since being hired as a North Olmsted Police Officer, I’ve been assigned to the patrol unit, riot control, and currently am a School Resource Officer at the high school where I’ve been chosen as “Policeman of the Year” in both North Olmsted in 2005 and the State of Ohio in 2018.
News & Updates
Planning for the future sustainability of SouthPark Mall is critical to the residents of this City and is also highly recommended in our Master Plan. The mall is located in a desirable area close to I-71, I-80, minutes from downtown Cleveland and Hopkins Airport. It...
The intersection of State Route 82 (Royalton Road) and I-71 is identified as one of the most congested areas in the Greater Cleveland Area. This area poses a major safety concern for our residents and visitors to our community. Safety and trouble-free access is...
Pearl Road is the main thoroughfare North and South through our city. Due to the lack of planning we have experienced stacked traffic, oversized parking lots, lack of green space, no continuity amongst buildings, random strip centers, along with too many curb cuts....