Map of Foreclosed Homes in NW Solon Ohio

Foreclosed Homes in Northwest Solon Ohio

Foreclosed Homes in Northwest Solon Ohio-Click To Enlarge

This map from Cuyahoga County data shows homes that were in the foreclosure process during 2006-2010 in northwest Solon Ohio.  Northwest City of Solon Ohio includes the subdivisions of Ingomar, North Park, Brainard Estates, Parkside Trail, North Woods, Kleinman Sheridans Park, SOM Hills, Ledge Hill, Holly Hill, Hidden Lakes, Cheswick, Brighton Park, Meadow Lane, McAfee, High Point, Springside, North Woods, Clandon Park Estates, Briar Hill, Carriage Park, Spring Lake Colony, Canon Estates, Emerald Ridge etc.

Map of Foreclosed Properties in SW Solon Ohio

Foreclosed homes in Southwest Solon Ohio (2006-2010)

Foreclosed homes in Southwest Solon Ohio (2006-2010)-Click To Enlarge

This map from Cuyahoga County data shows homes that were in the foreclosure process during 2006-2010 in southwest Solon Ohio. Southwest Solon Ohio includes the subdivisions of Liberty Hills,  Hunt Club, Oakview Estates, Meadow Estates, The Allotment, Arthur Meadows, Greenfield and the ABC Streets neighborhood.

Map Of Homes In Foreclosure in SE Solon Ohio

Foreclosed home in Southeast Solon Ohio

Foreclosed home in Southeast Solon Ohio-Click To Enlarge

This map from Cuyahoga County data shows homes that were in the foreclosure process during 2006-2010 in southeast Solon Ohio.  Southeast Solon Ohio includes the subdivisions of Signature of Solon I, Heritage Landing, Heritage Estates, Luczek, Thornbury, Preserve, Ayleshire, Signature of Solon II a.k.a. Sycamore Estates, Huntington, Union Properties, Timber Trails, Forest Hills, Summerset, Solon Acres, Svoboda, Creekside Estates, Cambridge Park, Windy Hill, Deer Lawn Farms, Rolling Brook, Willow Grove, Woodlands, Longview and Solon Small Farms.

Solon Mayor Congratulates National Science Olympiad Teams

City of Solon Mayor Susan Drucker welcomed the winners of the 2011 National Science Olympiad team from Solon High School and Solon Middle to the June 6th meeting of Solon City Council.  An award was presented to the Solon School coaches for the High School and Middle School, Drew Kirian and Donna Ross.  The team members received proclamations.

Mayor Drucker said that the teams from the Solon School district “broke a 21 year old record by taking the first place at the high and middle school level at the tournament”.

The names of the team members were recognized at the meeting. The 2011 National Science Olympiad team members from Solon High School were  Roger Zou, Shashank Raghavachari, Ayush Gupta, Aditya Nair, Eugene Rabinovich, Ben Nudelman, Oliver Chen, Stephen Tang, Nick Palumbo, Andrew Mikofalvy, John Zeng, Haoran Yuan, Danny Sperling, Stephanie Sang, Lisa Guo, Sonia Godbole, Yuxi Liu, Lillian Sun and Stephanie Zhu.

The Solon Middle School team members included Katrina Mikofalvy, Zach Bogorad, Alan Jaffe, Tyler Eston, Dorothy Chan, Kevin Sang, Rachel Sperling, Rebecca Zhao, Jessica Zhang.

Robert Sitzwohl Joins Swagelok Company Of Solon Ohio

Robert Sitzwohl has joined Swagelok Company as director of its valve services group.  In this role, Sitzwohl is responsible for leading all facets of Swagelok’s valve products business, including the workforce, processes, capital equipment, and continuous improvement.  He will also lead the engineering, planning, and overall operational excellence for the group.

Before joining Swagelok, Sitzwohl served as president and chief operations officer for The InvestLinc Group. Previously, he held key positions within Alcoa, Inc. including vice president and general manager, commercial vehicle wheel group.  Sitzwohl is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering.  He is the current chairman of the board of International Health Services.

Headquartered in Solon, Ohio, U.S.A., Swagelok Company is a major developer and provider of fluid system solutions, including products, assemblies, and services for the research, instrumentation, pharmaceutical, oil and gas, power, petrochemical, alternative fuels, and semiconductor industries. Its manufacturing, research, technical support, and distribution facilities support a global network of more than 200 authorized sales and service centers in 57 countries.