West Geauga encourages its students to take part in their community. Last week, a post on the West Geauga High School webpage alerted parents and students alike to a series of meetings taking part in their community. One of which was an environmental meeting on the future of chester township. The Western Reserve presented themselves at the front porch on Tuesday located next to Drugmart and Movie Gallery at the plaza between the roads 306 and Chillicothe road. Topics discussed included potential problems and potential solutions for environmental concerns in the area. Also, options available to residents to preserve land were discussed as well.
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