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Board of Zoning Appeals allows Detroit & W. 65th business plans to go forward on condition that owners sign parking agreements

(Plain Press, September 2016)   At the City of Cleveland Board of Zoning Appeals hearing on August 22, Board members had some reservations about allowing variances for two businesses at W. 65th and Detroit asking relief from parking requirements. Board Member Carol Johnson said Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization needs to get a copy of its … Continue reading

38th Annual Cleveland International Kite Festival

ACLU of Ohio and the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections offer registration and voting guidance

(Plain Press, September 2016)   The upcoming November election promises to have a whole array of local and national issues and candidates for voters to weigh in on. Those wishing to vote who have questions about registration or voting can find answers at both the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio and the Cuyahoga County Board … Continue reading

Tri-C Awarded Federal Grant to Help Cleveland Students Work Toward College

(Plain Press, September 2016)   Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) will use a grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s National Educational Talent Search Project to provide academic, career and financial counseling to Cleveland Metropolitan School District students who have the potential to succeed in college. Tri-C will provide myriad services to selected Cleveland students, including tutoring, … Continue reading

WalletHub study says Cleveland is 5th most stressed city in the country

(Plain Press, September 2016) If you are feeling stressed living in the City of Cleveland, perhaps there is a reason. A recent study by WalletHub measured the 150 largest cities in the United States across five key dimensions – work related stress, money related stress, family related stress, health and safety related stress and coping … Continue reading

National Night Out Against Crime

PHOTO BY TED LOBAUGH Tuesday, August 2, 2016; National Night Out Against Crime, Steelyard Commons, 3447 Steelyard Drive: Members of Rising Stars Acrobatics dance in a performance of The Lily Pond.

Stockyard, Clark Fulton & Brooklyn Centre Community Development Office gets new name

(Plain Press, September 2016) After a vote by community residents and stakeholders, the Stockyard, Clark Fulton & Brooklyn Centre Community Development Office has changed its name. The new name is the Metro West Community Development Organization.

September 2016 Plain Press – PDF