Four candidates seek three at-large seats on Strongsville City Council

By Bob Sandrick, special to cleveland.com | Sept. 21, 2021 STRONGSVILLE, Ohio — Three incumbents and one challenger are running for three seats on City Council this fall. The incumbents are Jim Carbone, Joseph DeMio and Kelly Kosek. The challenger is Erin Lally,...

Erin Lally Recognized As Cox Communications 2021 Super Mom

By Jeff Lavery | Parma Observer Throughout the past year, the pandemic has made navigating life’s many hurdles even more challenging. For women who were already juggling careers, kids, and households, being thrust into the role of educator while still being relied...

Cox Celebrates Mother’s Day by Recognizing “Super Moms”

In Ohio, Cox recognized Erin Lally of Strongsville, nominated by Parma Heights Mayor Michael Byrne. Mayor Byrne cited Erin’s commitment to raising a family with five kids, while also volunteering through her church’s youth ministry program, working in person at City...

Strongsville Patch

Erin Lally was the first of seven candidates to file her petitions for one of the three Strongsville City Council At-Large position on the 2021 ballot. All three seats are open this year. Councilman-At-Large Matt Schonhut announced he will not be seeking re-election...

Infrastructure improvements are always a good investment

By Other Voices In response to Herman Sigmund’s Letter to the Editor dated Aug. 10, 2020: Infrastructure improvements are always a good investment. I have been attending Strongsville City Council meetings the past two years and am impressed with the volume of sound...

Strongsville Post On The Spot: Erin Lally

ThePostNewsPapers.com Town of residence: Strongsville Occupation: Mayor’s assistant, city of Parma Heights Children: Francis, 17; Mary, 16; Colleen, 14; Liam, 12; and Cormac, 11 Pets: Dog, Daisy and Australian cattle dog Hobbies: Reading, city council meetings,...