Local Yoga Studio Celebrates 15 Years in Business

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Local Yoga Studio Celebrates 15 Years in Business


Mayor William Jones and members of the Broadview Heights City Council recognized Emily Foster, owner of Serenity Yoga and Fitness Center, on 15 years of business in Broadview Heights by presenting her with a commemorative plaque.

Emily Foster, owner of Serenity Yoga and Fitness Center, accepts a proclamation honoring her 15 years in business from Mayor William Jones. Photo by Mark Foster

The yoga studio, located on Broadview Road, frequently donates classes to municipal fundraising events and hosts complimentary classes at the Broadview Heights Farmers Market.

Police and Fire Retirement Age

Council amended an ordinance pertaining to the retirement age of members of the city’s police and fire departments. The maximum employment age for the departments has been raised to 67. Previously, it was 65. The alteration was endorsed unanimously by the city’s civil service commission.

Material Purchases

Council approved contracts with Osborne Stone for stone materials and Buyansky Brothers for landscaping materials. The materials will be utilized by the service department.

Safety Town

Council authorized the hiring of Emily Carter as a Safety Town instructor. She will receive a daily wage of $170 for the duration of 10 days.

Liquor Permit

Council approved a liquor permit for Chipotle Mexican Grill on Royalton Road.


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