Mayor Anthony J. Court was honored to proclaim Friday, May 6, 2016 as the second annual Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day in Ellwood City. The presentation was made to Joe Venasco, the Director of the Lawrence County Mental Health/Development Services. Many activities are planned for the celebration at the Albert Gettings Annex Building in New Castle. “Addressing the complex mental health needs of children, youth and families today is fundamental to the future of Ellwood City and Pennsylvania,” the proclamation reads. “The Lawrence County System of Care, through its unique approach to serving children and adolescents, is effectively caring for…
Mayor Anthony J. Court has announced today that once again Ellwood City’s residents will turn their properties into beautiful landscape displays for everyone to enjoy. As in past years, Mayor Court plans to present “2016 Beautification Awards” and restaurant certificates to five area residents who are nominated by family and friends for taking pride in their properties and in Ellwood City. All area residents are encouraged to participate in beautifying your yards and also to nominate someone who has put their time and talents into making their flowers, shrubs and yard displays that eye catching for all to see. Mayor…
The next Mayor’s Advisory Meeting will be held on Thursday, May 26 at 3 p.m. in council chambers at the Ellwood City Borough Municipal Building. The Crime Watch meeting will be held the same day at 6:30 p.m. in council chambers. The speakers will be Mayor Anthony J. Court himself and Frank Sniezek. All residents are invited to attend.
Mary Fabian of Ellwood City received a commendation from Ellwood City Mayor Anthony Court on her 100th birthday on March 5. Friends and loved ones gathered to celebrate the milestone with her at Vinny’s restaurant in Ellwood.
Mayor Anthony J. Court presented a commendation to Ellwood City Fire Department and Ellwood City Police Department personnel for their quick response which ultimately saved the life of a resident. “You serve as a reminder how each of us should live our daily lives, going above and beyond the call of duty, dedicated to saving those in need,” the commendation reads. “Life lessons are being taught by your actions and do not go unnoticed by those in the community. These heroic actions will be remembered through conversation and passed onto the future generations.”
Mayor Anthony J. Court has cancelled the Feb. 25, 2016 Crime Watch meeting. The next meeting will take place on Thursday, March 31, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. in council chambers.
Mayor Anthony J. Court will hold his February 2016 Crime Watch Meeting on Thursday, Feb. 25 at 6:30 p.m. in Council Chambers. All Ellwood City residents and business owners are encouraged to attend.
On Tuesday, Feb. 11, Mayor Anthony J. Court presented Loccisano’s Golden Dawn grocery a commendation for a 100 years of family business in Ellwood City. Members of the fourth generation generation of the Loccisano’s family received the commendation from, as well as a plaque from the Ellwood City Area Chamber of Commerce. “We are here to recognize not one year, not five years, not 25 years, but 100 years of family-operated business in Ellwood City,” Chamber Director Ray Santillo said.
It was with great pride that Mayor Anthony J. Court swore into office the newest hired full time patrol officer for Ellwood City’s police force, Jonathan Fauzey. Fauzey will work side by side with a veteran officer of the force to enhance his skills while upholding the integrity of the entire Department. Fauzey was hired during the January Ellwood City Borough council meeting.