The Chief of
Police, on behalf of the Canfield Police Levy Committee, would like to extend
an invitation to attend an informational meeting. Along with departmental personnel, the Chief
will explain the need for the police levy and how levy funds will be
utilized. All attendees will be afforded
the opportunity to ask questions and receive detailed and specific
information. All meetings will take
place at the St. Michael Catholic Church, Family Life Center, located at 300 N.
Broad Street in Canfield. The meetings
will begin at 6:00 pm and end at approximately 7:15 pm.
Every residence will receive a mailing for a
designated date. Please attend the
meeting denoted on your invitation. If
you are unable to attend of the date provided in the mailing you are welcome to
attend one of the four meetings, which are scheduled for Tuesday September 20th,
Monday September 26th, Wednesday September 28th, and
Tuesday October 4th.
Dear Canfield Citizens: As you may know, Canfield is one of the safest cities in Mahoning Valley, in Ohio and in the U.S. Recent cuts in State funding and other revenue reductions places us in jeopardy. We need to keep Canfield safe for all, especially our most vulnerable; our children and seniors. Please attend our June Town Hall Meeting. It is a critically important meeting. Our city is at a cross road. The decisions we make now will affect us for years to come. Mayor Bernie Kosar
What: Canfield City Town Hall When: 6:30 PM - Wednesday, June 15, 2016 Where: MCCTC Joyce Brooks Center 7300 N. Palmyra Rd. Canfield, Ohio 44406
Who: Canfield City Families
Why: Celebrate Canfield and Discuss the Future of our City
How: Agenda – Welcome Recognition and Award Presentations 2015 Canfield City Questionnaire Results Presented by CHS Honor Students David Hofsess and Jacob Esarco State of the City by Mayor Kosar Q & A with City Council Close 7:45 PM
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City leaders wish to thank Courtney Larsen, Brian Berlin, Beth Hawks, Chad Hawks, Eric O'Brien, and Stephanie Ruark for their participation and input during the 2016 March Focus Group. Their questions and many suggestions on how to improve communication are challenging and constructive, and were instrumental in the development of the City of Canfield Facebook page.
The Canfield Police Department has received a high number of calls today on a known telecommunication scam.
This particular scam involves the scammer pretending to be an IRS or Treasury agent, claiming that you owe them money and must pay immediately or you will be arrested. PLEASE DO NOT GIVE THEM ANY INFORMATION WHATSOEVER! So far the only reported number the calls are coming from is: 206-900-9166.
If you feel you have been properly contacted by the IRS, please call their office directly at the number found on this local office list. This is the official page of the IRS.