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Clete Miller to represent Ward 2 of Bay Village Ohio

Clete Miller to represent Ward 2, Bay Village Ohio

Clete Miller to represent Ward 2, Bay Village Ohio

Cleveland, OH — December 7, 2011 — Bay Village, Ohio resident and Planning Commission member Clete Miller has been elected to represent Ward 2 as a member of the City Council. Mr. Miller will take over the seat vacated by longtime Ward 2 representative Paul Koomar, who opted to run for President of Council. Miller has served on the Bay Planning Commission since 2005 and views his role on city council to be an extension of the important issues facing our residents, as well as a means to promote economic development and growth for our business establishment and entrepreneurs seeking opportunities in our city. For Clete, this role is a natural progression of his interest in serving the community. “I’ve really enjoyed serving on the Planning Commission. It has given me a strong foundation to take my commitment to the city and its residents to the next level,” Miller stated.


Ward 2 is unique in Bay Village in that it contains most of the city’s businesses, as well as schools and family dwellings. Miller’s professional experience translates well to Ward 2. In addition to his current role with the planning commission, Miller is employed by the architecture firm Weber Murphy Fox since 1999 as a project manager. Miller is a Pennsylvania native relocating from State College, PA in 2002 here to assist in expanding Weber Murphy Fox’s Cleveland office. “We immediately fell in love with Bay Village and settled here. It’s such a unique, close-knit community. I was raised in a small town in Pennsylvania. Bay has that small town character, a great location on the Lake and proximity to the metropolitan culture,” said Miller. “It’s a great place to raise a family.”


Miller resides on Wolf Road with his wife Becky and two children. He received a Bachelor’s of Architecture degree from the Penn State School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. Clete also served in the U.S. Army Reserves as a military policeman.