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State Senator Larry Obhof (R-Medina) honored the city of Brunswick yesterday with a Senate resolution to commemorate its two hundredth anniversary. During a special presentation held at Brunswick City Hall, Mayor Ron Falconi accepted the bicentennial Senate resolution on behalf of the city. 

Brunswick, Ohio, now part of the Cleveland Metropolitan Area, is the largest city in Medina County with a population of approximately 35,000 residents. 

"This marks another milestone for the Brunswick community," said Senator Obhof. "I would like to commend the mayor, city council and all Brunswick residents on this momentous occasion and wish you all continued success as we turn another page in this city's long history."

Various events recognizing the bicentennial will take place during the city's annual Summer Celebration: "Happy Birthday, Brunswick!" which takes place June 30 through July 5.

Brunswick-area residents can view a full schedule of this year's Summer Celebration by visiting the event website at http://www.summer-celebration.com/Schedule.html

 
 
 
  
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