Representatives of Bainbridge and the city of Aurora met in an executive session May 11 at Bainbridge Town Hall to discuss a joint economic development district for the former Geauga Lake property owned by Cedar Fair of Sandusky.
Read the full article… CVT May 17, 2017
This year we again have great membership benefits that will more than cover your membership dues!
|Rumpke||Trash Pickup||Members save over $76 / year.
Member rate is $55.86/qtr (Non-member rate is $75-$83/qtr plus fluctuating fuel costs) See details
|The Yard Artists||Snowplowing and Summer Lawn and Landscaping Service||Members save $50 / year
NEW lower discounted rate is $225 for a full season (out buildings, U-shaped and gravel drives will be a bit more) See details
|Sherwin Williams Solon Store||Paint & Supplies and in-house decorator consulting||15 - 55% off paints and supplies. Deeply discounted in-home color consultation with a Sherwin Williams decorator See details
Please support the neighborhood by supporting the vendors that support us
Annual membership for 2017-2018 remains at $50 for regular neighborhood members and $25 for senior members (all occupant homeowners are 60+)
To pay your dues online by credit card or debit card – click here.
Watch for the membership package in the mail for the forms to pay by check. If you did not receive the membership package (by May 6), please print out and fill this form to pay by check.
The deadline to become a RECI MEMBER and be eligible to receive the full benefit of all the other discounts is June 10th, 2017. Memberships received by that date are also entered into two raffles:
- A FREE month of weekly lawn service from The Yard Artists for four lucky households who sign up for seasonal lawn service and pay their membership dues by June 10.
- A FREE in-home color consultation and a room painted on Sherwin Williams (Solon Store) for one lucky household who pays their membership dues by June 10.
ONLY those who join by JUNE 10, 2017 will be eligible for that raffle and ONLY those who join by JUNE 10 are guaranteed the full discounts. Becoming a member after that date is always welcome, but some of the offerings’ value will be lost.
May 21, 2017 Update:
…we’d like to draw your attention to another membership discount that we just received:
Ginger-Snips Dog & Cat Grooming, 19070 Brewster Rd., 440-708-2285 offers a 15% discount to all RECI MEMBERS.
Liberty Ford Solon will be moving to Aurora and investing about $10M in a new dealership. The auto group has signed a deal with Cedar Fair, owner of the former Geauga Lake Amusement Park and Sea World property, to purchase a 14-acre parcel for $1.43 million. The property will be located at the corner of Aurora and Squires roads, at the entrance to the Old Sea World complex near the Wild Water Kingdom sign and just 4 miles from the current Solon location. Read the full article (Chagrin Valley Times)
AURORA — Wildwater Kingdom, a water park on the site of the old Sea World park in Aurora, will close after this season, according to a news release from Cedar Fair Entertainment Company. Cedar Fair opened Wildwater Kingdom on the former Sea Worl…
Paperless billing (dues notices via email) saves trees, reduces paper waste and saves the association printing and mailing costs. Receive your dues notices via email, starting in 2017, if you sign up by April 25, 2017. Signing up for paperless billing requires a login – please register at the website if you haven’t already. Sign up for paperless billing here.
It is now possible to become a registered user of this website (website membership). Website membership gives you full access to the site and features coming soon like paperless billing for annual dues and a community forum. Read more about website membership and how to register here.
You have to re-register for the new website even if you were a registered user of the old Recommons Community Bulletin Board. You can use the same username and password as before, but must go through the registration process.
Please read the password and privacy guidelines before you register
As we continue to enhance the Rivers Edge Development Community website, we are rolling out (free) registered membership of the website. Some content on the site such as the membership lists and services and vendors offered to the community can now only be viewed by users who log into the website. Over time, other functions such as paying dues online will require you to log into the site.
If you look at the green menu bar at the top of the page you will notice that there is now a link, “Log in” to allow users to log into the website (FYI this is a “smart” link – it turns into :”Log out” once you have logged in). But first, you will have to register to become a user. There are links to Register under “Links” in the right sidebar or in the black footer at the bottom of the page. The links take you to the registration page. Before registering please read these guidelines on privacy and choosing a password.
You must re-register even if you were a registered user of the old Rivers Edge Community Bulletin Board. Although you can use the same username and password as before, you have to go through the registration process. The new site is on a new technology platform and it was impossible to move registered users from the old site to this one.
Website membership is only open to residents of the Rivers Edge Development, so be sure to provide your full name and address in the registration page. After you submit your registration it is forwarded to the site admin who checks your name and address against a list to verify you are a resident. You will then get an membership approval email at which time you can log into the site.
Why is membership only available to residents and why are registration requests verified? We don’t want to open the site to non-residents who could use the site and information on the site to spam legitimate residents. This is also why we are now locking down some content on the website, such as membership lists, so they can only be viewed by users who have logged in.
As a member you will get important announcements as emails (about 4 to 6 per year) – such as annual dues notices, notices of association meetings and block parties. In addition you can also choose to get community notices and news (lost pets, cedar fair property news, etc) by email by checking the box on the registration page .
Please watch for future enhancements. Coming soon:
- Paperless billing for annual dues available to registered website users.
- A community forum where registered users can post messages, ask questions and provide suggestions for the association.
If you sign up for community news and notices we will inform you when these become available.
Chagrin Valley Times, Aug 20, 2015: After several months of on and off discussions, a proposal for a Meijer hyperstore at the former Geauga Lake Park property was back for review by the township trustees….
Meijer has conceded on some of its prior demands and has agreed to build a road to make further development in the area accessible.
Read the full article – CedarFair_Meijers_CVT 082015
Meijer submitted an application for a hyperstore on the former Geauga Lake Park property, but its extensive list of establishments it wants prohibited from locating in the area is raising concerns with officials from both Bainbridge and Aurora.
Read the Chagrin Valley Times article CedarFair_CVT 070915
An editorial in the Chagrin Valley Times on the demands being made by Meijer CedarFair_CVT 072315 editorial