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Summit County Probate Judge Elinore Marsh Stormer (left) administers the Oath of Office to Margo Sommerville as her father former city council president Marco Sommerville holds the bible for his daughter in City Council Chambers on council on Monday in Akron, Ohio. City Council President Gary Monneypenny looks on in the background. (Mike Cardew/Akron Beacon Journal)
Former City Council President Marco Sommerville gives his daughter Margo a hug after she took the oath of office in the City Council Chambers to fill her father's ward 3 seat on council on Monday in Akron, Ohio. (Mike Cardew/Akron Beacon Journal)
With the push to remove a 105-year-old dam from Gorge Metro Park — a move that would uncover the long-hidden falls under the Cuyahoga River that gave Cuyahoga Falls its name — Summit County Metro Parks has planned a series of special programs about the well-known but obsolete feature.