Pepper Pike Civic League
Frequently Asked Questions
What does the League do?
The Pepper Pike Civic League was incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1957, and is today a 501(c)(3) organization. Its objectives are to promote good government, supply information relative to government affairs, and encourage citizens to take an active interest in the affairs of government. The League is non-partisan. The League focuses on Pepper Pike City government, but the League encourages interest in other local, county, and state government affairs.
To fulfill these objectives, the League does the following:
Who is eligible for membership?
Membership is open to any adult resident of Pepper Pike upon payment of dues for the current calendar year. The League is entirely funded by the annual dues of members. Annual dues (residents) are $20.00, and are tax deductible. An application for membership is available on www.pepperpikecl.com.
What is the relationship between the League and the City of Pepper Pike?
The Pepper Pike Civic League operates independently of any government body. A Pepper Pike City official or employee may not be a Trustee of the League, but may be a member.
Who is on the Board of Trustees?
Current members of the Board are listed below:
Reed King, 440-523-0765, 31349 Gates Mills Blvd.
Doug Solomon, chairperson, 216-577-3337, 2753 Belgrave Rd.
Barb Schmauder, vice chairperson, 440-473-3714, 2650 Windy Hill Dr.
Kathi Piergies, 216-509-6158, 2538 SOM Center Rd.
Shahnaz Khan, 216-577-0229, 3347 Old Brainard Rd.
Leslie Leventhal, 440-749-1576, 29891 Bolingbrook Rd.
Ron Wauschek, treasurer, 216-618-0488, 3520 Thornapple Lane
Jim Walker, secretary, 216-410-1365, 2828 Belgrave Rd.
The Board of Trustees is made up of members of the League. The affairs of the League are conducted by the Board. The Trustees are not paid. The Trustees serve a three-year term. The Board meets monthly. If you are interested in serving as a Trustee or have any questions about the League, contact any Trustee.
2016 Calendar year