Mayor Coyne’s vision is simple: Rebuild a better Brook Park together.
Mayor Tom Coyne’s interest in politics and public service began at a very early age. Inspired by a family legacy of dedication to community, Mayor Coyne pursued a career in public service. He was elected Mayor of Brook Park in 1982. His strong determination and progressive reform efforts built him the reputation as an effective leader and champion for the city. After 20 years of successfully serving the people of Brook Park, Mayor Coyne retired. In 2013, Mayor Coyne was re-elected back in office to aid a city ravaged by the nation’s economic downturn…. [Continue Reading]
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Dear Community Partner and families of Brook Park, I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one involved in Brook Park’s Safety Fair this past weekend. We feel honored to have received such an overwhelming response from our Community Partners. Your enthusiasm to promote safety and
Please be advise that the Doris/Bowfin intersection will be completely closed to all traffic beginning this afternoon. We anticipate it being re-opened on Saturday afternoon. We apologize for an conveniences this may cause.