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Village of Middlefield Fall 2014 Newsletter
LEAF PICK-UP will begin the week of October 20th and run through November 17th. Please call 440-632-5248 if you have any question regarding leaf pick-up. The service department does not pick leaves up everyday during this time frame so please be patient and they will get to you when they are out with the truck.
The Middlefield Police Department will be holding a Fill a Cruiser event on November 15th from 9 am to 2 pm at Walmart and Sav-a-lot. All non parishable food items will be donated to the local food pantry and distributed to families in need. If you cannot attend the event but would still like to help out, donation can be dropped off at the Police Department at 14860 North State Drive.
The Village of Middlefield has set Trick or Treat for Saturday November 1, 2014 from 5:30 to 7:00 pm. If you would like to be visited by all the ghosts and ghouls please leave your porch lights on. The Middlefield Volunteer Fire Department will he hosting goodies and a costume contest to follow at 7:00 pm.
Notice to Residents of Middlefield Village: The Village of Middlefield has several opening on various committees. If you are interested in serving on one of these boards, please fill out a committee application and return to the village by November 20, 2014. The application can be obtained at the Municipal Center or by clicking here. Application for Committee appointment
Village of Middlefield ~ Video
This video showcases the Village of Middlefield. It illustrates the positive reasons for residing in Middlefield as well as locating a commercial or industrial business within the Village. Local business leaders represent each of these attributes and tell the story of what Middlefield Village has to offer.
The fall season is here and many organizations have held events, and many are still being planned. The weekend before last, the Geauga County Airport held their semi-annual Airport Fly-in or Drive-in Day, which drew many locals as well as many from outside our immediate area. Geauga County Tourism, lead by Lynda Nemeth, held their annual Hoe-Down which is a large event requiring a great deal of planning but also draws many people from all over.