Actually, part of the plan only calls for a 25 ft. buffer!
The two attached images were created by the Planning Director to illustrate dramatically what the spatial relationship will be between the buildings and the existing homes along Oakwood.
All 3 documents were submitted by the Cleveland Heights Planning Director as part of the public hearing on March 10th.
No one, neither the developer nor any member of the South Euclid Planning Commission has offered to increase the buffer zone between the proposed buildings and the existing homes.
Residents of both cities will be affected.
Our community is a means to an end for the developer and his global investment firm. They do not live here and do not care about the community.
If we let them…they will make a little bit of money for a few years and then move on, having destroyed the largest remaining greenspace in the inner ring suburbs.
Click here to read the CH Planning Director’s document Oakwood 3-10-11
THIS IS OUR COMMUNITY.
Please mark your calendars for the South Euclid City Council Public Hearing on May 25th at 6pm in the South Euclid City Hall. See you there!