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Rothrock Road Status Update

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Rothrock Road Retail Development

Status Update

April 5, 2011

The Summit County Engineer’s office has received several recent inquiries regarding the status of the Summit County Engineer’s review of the proposed Levey & Company development (Walmart and Sam’s Club retail complex) along Rothrock Road in Copley Township.  The County Engineer is performing review of traffic and stormwater issues on behalf of Copley Township, who has zoning approval authority for this development. This status update will summarize the review activity of the County Engineer.  This update is not to be construed a report of all review activity that is occurring; only project review activity that is being processed by the Summit County Engineer.

Last Updated on Friday, 23 August 2013 08:51 Read more...
 

Summit County Engineer addresses stormwater issues

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Please click below read Summit County Engineer Alan Brubaker's statement regarding stormwater management in Summit County.

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Walsh Jesuit wins both top prizes at 10th Annual Miniature Bridge Building Competition (U of A)

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Akron, Ohio – Alan Brubaker, P.E., P.S., Summit County Engineer, hosted the 10th Annual Miniature Bridge Building Competition on January 29, 2010 in the Student Union at the University of Akron.  The two teams from Walsh Jesuit earned first and second place. Thirty-seven teams from area high schools built miniature bridges of their own designs, made out of balsa wood and according to strict guidelines.

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Last Updated on Friday, 05 February 2010 14:16 Read more...
 

Summit County Engineer receives funding for Akron-Peninsula Road

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Akron, Ohio – The Department of Transportation and 13th District Congresswoman Betty Sutton’s office announced today that the Summit County Engineer’s office will receive $475,000 for Akron-Peninsula Road in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.  This money comes from the Department of Transportation’s Public Lands Highway grant funds.  The funds will be used to restore Akron-Peninsula Road and to improve accessibility to the Cuyahoga Valley National Park and the Ohio & Erie Canal National Heritage Corridor.

Last Updated on Friday, 23 August 2013 09:04 Read more...
 

Summit County Engineer Alan Brubaker, P.E., P.S., joins Twitter revolution

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Akron, Ohio – Alan Brubaker, P.E., P.S., Summit County Engineer announced that his office will be the first County Engineer’s office in Ohio, and possibly the country, to use the social networking website Twitter to communicate with residents. Twitter users in Summit County will receive “tweets” regarding traffic advisories, road closings, and construction updates in real time. 

Last Updated on Friday, 23 August 2013 09:20 Read more...
 

Summit County Engineer's website offers new services

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Akron, Ohio – Alan Brubaker, P.E., P.S., Summit County Engineer is offering a new database available to the public on his website. The new tool allows residents, developers, surveyors and other professionals to research and download plats and improvement plans for subdivisions on file in the office of the Summit County Engineer. 

Last Updated on Friday, 23 August 2013 09:18 Read more...
 

Summit County Engineer’s office announces new website

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   Summit County Engineer’s office announces new website

 
Akron, Ohio – Alan Brubaker, P.E., P.S., Summit County Engineer rolled out a newly designed website this morning. The website still includes all of the functions of the previous website with additional features that will increase both public and private industry efficiency when utilizing the records and forms available online.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 January 2010 14:54 Read more...
 


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