SOLON – State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) announced today the availability of a new specialty license plate for the Solon City School District. The plate, which has the school’s logo on the left side and the phrase “Solon Comets” along the bottom.

The plates are available beginning May 26th through the local offices of the Bureau of Motor Vehicles or through the website link The vanity plates may also be customized and will cost an additional forty dollars within the registration process, with thirty dollars going back to the district to be utilized for emotional and mental health programs for their students.

“The specially designed plates allow the school community to support the Solon City Schools,” said Rep. Anielski.  “A parent, grandparent, alumni or friend can display their pride and commitment for the school district, while at the same time helping to provide expanded resources for students.  The State of Ohio Solon School District plate is a win-win for the entire school community.”

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