Neighborhood Update

April 22, 2020

Dear Ledgewood Resident,

We hope this message finds you in good health and spirits. We want to provide an update on a few key items that are top of mind as the weather starts to warm, flowers bloom and weprepare for a beautiful summer in the Ledgewood neighborhood,as well as the impending lifting the shutdown

Like many of you, the Trustees are working to stay up to date on the latest federal, state and citywide mandates/recommendations. We remain committed to communicating updates on the impacts to the neighborhood as they become available.  As required, we continue to abide by all state orders as it relates to public safety during the COVID-19 health crises, but we are working on plans for the lifting of the stay at home order.


We are focused on getting the pool ready to open, assuming it will, at some point.  Updates and repairs to the pool’s mechanics are on schedule for the final phase of the leak detection and repair to take place in May.

This year, the pool committee, led by Trustee Holly Zadony has hired new management. Lyndsey Schneider, is the new Pool Manager, and BrandoRhoda, is the new Assistant Pool Manager.  Lindsey and Brandon are busy lining up and training lifeguards.  Anyone interested in being a lifeguard can contact Holly (  The managers and the pool committee are developing contingency plans that can be effectively and safely deployed if social distancing orders remain in effect. 


We plan on having our maintenance team back on the job as soon as we are able to.  If you have maintenance needs before that time, please leave a message at 440-876-8055, and a Trustee will get back to you.


The clubhouse is tentatively scheduled to reopen June2020.  We will set an opening date for the clubhouse, playground and tennis courts as soon as we have updates onsocial distancing guidelines.

As we navigate these unusual times, we appreciate your patience, and you reaching out directly to us if you have questions, concerns or suggestions. Additionally, it is great to see the stuffed animals/teddy bears, notes/well wishes/jokes in windows, painted rocks along our walks and long-distancewaves between neighbors.  And, finally, thank you to all our neighbors in healthcare, and essential industries that have been out on the front lines during this pandemic.  

Take care of yourself, family, and neighbors.  Please reach out to any of us, or Ken Angermeier at with any questions. 


Ledgewood Association Trustees