Message from community policing officer bungard
For the protection of your personal property, I would like to stress the importance of recording the serial numbers and model numbers of your valuable property. If you can provide the serial number to law enforcement, they can add your stolen item into the Law Enforcement Data System (LEADS). A record of serial numbers and photos helps law enforcement reunite recovered property with rightful owners, and provides important evidence during criminal prosecution.
I have recently used my smart phone and tablet to download a free “Home Inventory” application from the Google Play Store. This application lets you take pictures of the property in your home and also record the model/serial number. This takes some time but it worth it in the long run. It is equally important to take pictures of jewelry in the home. There are also several insurance companies that have home inventory apps, as well as third party applications. It is best to do an on-line search and find an inventory app that best suits your needs. Some of the applications are free, and some you may have to pay for. I chose the free one, and it works fine for me.
And as always, if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Sheriff by calling the “Community Policing Officer” Office at (440) 329-3749. Please leave a message stating your name and a return number where you can be reached. This number is not monitored 24 hours a day. You may also contact Deputy Bungard or Deputy Vansant by email as:
cindy kurpely voted in as the new mayor for the village of rochester
Hello Rochester, my name is Cindy Kurpely, and I am your new mayor. I have lived on Griggs Road East since 2006.
Prior to that, my first experience with Rochester was the first year we put our Corvette in the Homecoming Parade. That was in 2001. I fell in love with this community and decided I would move here if ever possible. It was, and here we are residents for ten years.
I have sat on the Village Council since 2008. I am your LORCO and RLCWA representative. I served last year as Secretary/Treasurer for RLCWA and hope to continue in that role. My husband, Andy, and I are also on the Historical Society. I am a Quality Manager for Paulin Industries, a division of the Hillman Group in Parma, Ohio where I have worked for eight years.
My main goal for 2016 is to improve communication with the Township and with the residents of the Village. I will be updating the Rochester Village Facebook page regularly with any news that may be of interest to our residents.
Please feel free to contact me with any suggestions for information you would like to see posted. Please also feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns you might have. My phone number is 440-320-4794, and email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
I hope to continue the great service as mayor that my predecessors have provided to the residents of our wonderful village. I am honored to be provided the opportunity to serve you.
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A PLEA FROM THE ROCHESTER HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Friends, the Rochester Historical Society has been a part of our community since the 1970’s. We provide a float in the parade and open our museum each year for Homecoming and by appointment to anyone who wants to visit. Our tower lease with NCW allows for internet access to both the fire department and the Rod and Gun Club. Cindy Kurpely also provides free assistance to our residents interested in their family trees.
The Historical Society has been an integral part of this area for many years, but we are very few in number now. Time has taken many of our members and there has been no new interest in the community. We are in real danger of losing this valuable community resource.
We need help from the community. We need members who love this area and its history to step forward and help preserve our past for generations to come. Please consider joining the Rochester Historical Society. All are welcome.
Please contact Andy Kurpely 440-225-4509 (email@example.com) or Cindy Kurpely 440-320-4794 (firstname.lastname@example.org) for membership information.
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Help determine what you are eligible to receive and connect you to programs that might be able to help. We also provide follow up to make sure that you receive those services.
Food Stamps HEAP/PIPP (Utility Assistance) Meals on Wheels
Senior Dining Program Farmer’s Market Voucher Transportation to Medical Appts.
Assistance with Medicare and other insurance/tax forms
We help those 60+ years or disabled and their families develop a long term plan to stay in their homes. Our vision is to improve the health of the elderly and for them to remain safely in their homes.
There is LCOOA office in your area: 508 Dickson Street, Wellington; OPEN Monday-Friday 8am-1pm; For more information please call 440-647-0777 and ask for Dottie or Carolyn