SEVEN HILLS - 

State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) congratulated the City of Seven Hills on its designation as one of the 50 safest cities in Ohio by the National Council for Home Safety and Security (NCHSS). The NCHSS reviewed the most recent FBI Uniform Crime Report Statistics from across the state to arrive at their list.


“I am honored to be able to present an award to the City of Seven Hills for its truly noteworthy achievement of protecting its citizens,” said Rep. Anielski. “It is a testament to the city’s commitment to its citizens and the hard work of the Seven Hills Police that they have been recognized by an organization such as the National Council for Home Safety and Security.”


The NCHSS is a national trade association comprised of licenses alarm installers, contractors, and other relevant trade groups across the United States. The Council’s stated goal is to further industry education and public knowledge about home safety and security.


Seven Hills Mayor Richard Dell’Aquila released the following:


“It has been my honor to be associated with the police and fire department personnel of the City of Seven Hills.  Our residents should be justifiably proud of the fine work the men and women of our police department do to ensure our safety and, now, to earn this recognition.  


On behalf of the City of Seven Hills, I want to thank and congratulate each and every one of our police department staff for their achievement in earning this prestigious award, and for making Seven Hills one of the ten safest cities of its size in the State of Ohio. I want to also thank State Representative Marlene Anielski for contributing to, and distributing information about, this wonderful recognition. As a former mayor herself, Representative Anielski has been a dedicated voice in Columbus for Seven Hills and for the other communities she represents in District 6.  She understands our issues and has always been there to support Seven Hills, even sponsoring a number of city functions and events.


Going forward, my administration, working with Council and our police and fire departments, will continue seeking ways to maintain and improve upon this fantastic achievement.  Working with these great people on a daily basis, I can attest that none of this was easy, and all of it is well earned. Again, congratulations and thanks to all of you!”

 
 
 
  
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