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Housing First development planned for Ohio City does not receive tax credits necessary for financing

Housing First development planned for Ohio City does not receive tax credits necessary for financing by Chuck Hoven (Plain Press, May 2012) Plans by the homeless advocacy coalition Housing First to build permanent supportive housing for the homeless in Ohio City have received a setback. The Emerald Alliance VIII mixed-use facility, planned by Cleveland Housing … Continue reading

City of Cleveland welcomes proposals for new methods of managing municipal waste

City of Cleveland welcomes proposals for new methods of managing municipal waste by Chuck Hoven (Plain Press, May 2012) Cleveland City Council voted 15-2 at its April 9th meeting to pass an ordinance extending the deadline for Request for Information and Qualifications for various methods to manage municipal solid waste disposal to July 31, 2012. … Continue reading

Plans to convert former convent to a residential alcohol and drug treatment facility cause stir in Ward 14

Plans to convert former convent to a residential alcohol and drug treatment facility cause stir in Ward 14 by  Jerleen Justus (Plain Press, May 2012) A proposal to turn the former convent at the property of Community Care Network, 2202 Prame, into a residential alcohol and drug treatment facility has drawn both opposition and support. … Continue reading

Providence House breaks ground for expansion of its crisis nursery

(Plain Press, May 2012) On April 3rd, friends and supporters of Providence House gathered on W. 32nd just south of Lorain Avenue for a groundbreaking ceremony for the  $1.8 million dollar new wing for Leo’s House, Providence House’s crisis nursery for infants and children at risk of abuse and neglect. Providence House Chief Executive Officer … Continue reading

Cyclists invited to Old Brooklyn Pedal for Prizes on May 19th

Cyclists invited to Old Brooklyn Pedal for Prizes on May 19th by Jeffrey Sugalski (Plain Press, May 2012) Cyclists have the opportunity to win more than $4,000 in prizes, including four brand new bikes, simply by exploring Cleveland’s Old Brooklyn neighborhood by bicycle this spring. Old Brooklyn Pedal for Prizes, a free event open to … Continue reading

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