City Storm/Sewer Water Conveyance, Berkshire Rd.-Derbyshire Rd.

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It is difficult to promote the City of Cleveland Heights for private investments (Capital Formation) without a well developed, first class infrastructure. The City of Cleveland Heights may keep losing population and be second in a domino effect after East Cleveland’s failure if it cannot set its priorities right on its infrastructure. If Cleveland Heights […]

Section 8 and Source of Income Discrimination: is there something in this for us?

Housing Choice Voucher Program
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Coming up with smart and effective social policy is “Mission Impossible”. And evaluating social policy is not much easier. One way to evaluate a social policy is to ask, “does it do more harm than good?” Insert social policies into that phrase and ask yourself, “Does Obamacare do more harm than good?”; “Does Social Security […]

Library Saving Money through Efficient Building Design

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Heights Observer blogger Fran Mentch recently shared her perspective on Cuyahoga County Public Library’s Facilities Master Plan and building a new South Euclid-Lyndhurst Branch. Cuyahoga County Public Library appreciates the opportunity to respond to the issues she raised and share information about the South Euclid-Lyndhurst Branch project, which has the full support of Mayor Welo […]

Honor Workers By Signing The HB 194 Petition

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I am a candidate for Cleveland Heights City Council. I write this on Labor Day morning to propose a way to pay tribute to working men and women that may not have occurred to you: sign the petition to put voter suppression bill HB 194 on the ballot for a public referendum in 2012. HB […]

Tone Deaf : The Case of B’nai Torah on South Green Road

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A letter from Stuart Mendel to University Heights Mayor Susan Infeld. This letter was provided by Mendel to the Heights Observer for publication. I had the opportunity to convene 11 residents in my home recently to share information and discuss concerns regarding the B’nai Torah project in development for the properties at 2588 and 2592 […]

Oakwood developer objects to community forum

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Submitted to the Heights Observer on behalf of Mitchell Schneider: Dear Heights Observer – Attached  you will find a letter from Mitchell Schneider, President of First Interstate Properties, objecting to the recently announced FutureHeights Forum currently scheduled to take place on Thursday, April 7.  The forum is set to discuss “the issues and long-term implications […]