With an 11-0 vote, Cuyahoga Falls City Council passed a motion on Monday naming Don Walters as president.
For the second time in just over a decade, Don Walters was named president of the Cuyahoga Falls City Council. The councilman, who's in the middle of serving his sixth term in Ward 6, let out a smile after Mayor Don Robart swore him into the leadership role. "I'm honored," said Walters who also served as president in 2003. "I'll run a good meeting and go by the books." Walters, 49, is a Falls native and a 1981 graduate of Cuyahoga Falls High School. Additional officers will be sworn in during Council's Jan. 14 meeting.