South Euclid Mayor Georgine Welo gave them a certificate, and then continued the effort to pull funding from their school through property-tax giveaways to businesses interested in developing the Cedar Center North brownfield.
The stricken squirrel fell over onto his back, eyes closed, paws in the air. Half amused, half horrified, the golfers assumed the worst. But after a few moments, the squirrel wriggled back to life, stood up and not-quite-scampered into the brush.
What really killed Groupon’s ad campaign is that it revealed something Groupon users would rather not admit: They’re just fine selling out a few million Tibetans if it means getting a free Double-Chocolate Volcano Cake dessert at their favorite Chinese restaurant.
Are building closures inevitable or are there other potential solutions to the problem of excess capacity? Could spaces in the buildings be repurposed for other uses? Can we turn around the declining enrollment trend? Here are a few ideas: