Chamber honored two businesses and welcomed county fiscal officer

The Richfield Chamber of Commerce recognized two local businesses at their annual banquet in January. In addition, the Chamber was honored to have Summit County Fiscal Officer Kristen Scalise speak at a luncheon.

HTZ Construction was named the 2023 Koewler Law Firm Business of the Year. Owners Adam and Lori Bryant opened and expanded their home construction business in the Richfield Historic District.

Alex Burlotos, owner of the Stage Coach building, was recognized for his work to maintain and update the 1830 building and open it to several small businesses. The Chamber awarded him the beautification award.

Scalise explained that the Ohio Tax Equalization Division drove the recent increase of home appraisals. She said her office is handling appeals, but Ohio legislators could be contacted to request law changes. ∞

Jim Koewler presented the Richfield
Chamber of Commerce Koewler Law Firm
Business of the Year Award to Adam and
Lori Bryant, owners of HTZ Construction.
They moved their home construction
business to the Richfield Historic district
in 2022. Photo by S. Serdinak.

Summit County Fiscal Officer Kristen Scalise, February luncheon. Photo by S. Serdinak