PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN
Wednesday, April 29, 2020; Utility Restoration Car Protest, Cleveland Municipal Parking Lot, 1500 South Marginal Road: Members of the Cleveland End Poverty Now Coalition and partners meet for a planned caravan to the nearby Carl B. Stokes Public Utilities building on E. 12th and Lakeside to demand the City of Cleveland reach out to households that have had their water or electricity shutoff by Cleveland Water or Cleveland Public Power. The Coalition urges the City of Cleveland to let these residents know they have the right to be reconnected during this pandemic. (L-R): Ted Seuss of the Single Payer Action network, Paul Sherlock and Tim Walters of End Poverty Now. The City of Cleveland says Cleveland Water customers who have recently experienced disconnection should contact Cleveland Water at 216-664-3130 to discuss options for the restoration of service. CPP customers who have recently experienced disconnection should call 216-664-4600 to discuss options for the restoration of service. As of May 22, Cleveland Water has restored service for 1,231 customers and CPP has restored service for 100 customers.