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Statement from Mayor Mike Summers regarding the proposed breed specific legislation.

Mayor Mike Summers made the following statement at the Lakewood City Council meeting on Tuesday, January 17, 2018. “While I remain convinced that certain dogs
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Free valet parking service coming to Downtown Lakewood

Visiting Downtown Lakewood just got easier with valet parking courtesy of the Bailey Building on Detroit Avenue. When visiting downtown on Friday or Saturday from
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City prepares for upcoming snow and ice event

Residents should limit road travel for the next 24 hours as slick streets will create hazardous conditions. Streets and Forestry Division Manager Chris Perry said
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Healthy financial position means strong credit for Lakewood

The city is continuing its sturdy financial situation, according to Moody’s Investors Service. In a report from December 2017, the company, which provides credit rankings,
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Residents encouraged to download life-saving CPR app

Residents and business owners are being encouraged to download a mobile device app that stands to improve bystander response to cardiac arrest victims. The app,
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Pit bull ban to end in Lakewood

Mayor Mike Summers has proposed an elimination of the city’s pit bull ban, which City Council will consider for the first time at its meeting
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City Seeks Entrepreneur in Residence to Guide StartUp Lakewood Program

After seven years of service, Mike Belsito is stepping down as the City’s Entrepreneur in Residence. Over those seven years, Mike built the StartUp Lakewood
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Coffee with a Cop set for Friday, January 12th

The Lakewood Police Department will host another “Coffee With A Cop” event on Friday, January 12, 2018 from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. at McDonald’s ,
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Commitment to water, sewer infrastructure causes increase to utility rates

As the city moves into its second century, the need to improve an aging water and sewer system, as well as comply with Environmental Protection
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Residents are reminded to move cars off of streets so snow can be cleared: snowed in cars may be ticketed for 24-hour violation

After the heavy snowfall this week, Lakewood residents are reminded that vehicles may not be parked on any street in the City for more than
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