What can Cleveland do to be a more welcoming city to low-income families with children? by Chuck Hoven (Plain Press, April 2021) Cleveland has an opportunity to create a more just society within our borders. A unique time has come when we, with proper planning, can take advantage of federal dollars and address the needs of … Continue reading
Forum examines protections for tenants by Jack Barnes On March 17th Organize! Ohio hosted a zoom forum event called “Expanding Tenant Protections: Pay to Stay and Source of Income” as part of the Ohio Fair Lending & Vital Communities Brown Bag Forum series. Moderated by Cuyahoga Affordable Housing Alliance (CAHA) Chair Phil Star, meeting attendees heard from … Continue reading
PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON Wednesday, March 17, 2021; Tremont Oaks micro apartments, 2270 W. 14th Street: Developers Rick Maron and Russell Berusch have plans to build these micro apartments in multiple locations in Cleveland. This building being constructed on W. 14th will have eight (roughly) 440 square foot apartments. The developers hope to be able to rent … Continue reading
PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON Wednesday, March 17, 2021; Taps & Tails, 1901 Train Avenue: Janice Galehouse of Brooklyn, Ohio and her dog Romeo are the first customers at Cleveland’s first Dog Park Bar. Taps & Tails features a bar and an indoor/outdoor dog park. Dog owners are required to bring vaccination records for their dogs … Continue reading
PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN Friday, March 19, 2021; Club Azteca, 5602 Detroit Avenue: In a February 25th article titled “Advocates want to save Detroit-Shoreway club with historic ties to Cleveland’s Hispanic community from wrecking ball” in cleveland.com, Eric Heisig reported on activists hopes of saving this building which for many years hosted celebrations and served as … Continue reading
PHOTO BY DEBBIE SADLON Wednesday, March 17, 2021; W. 65th and Detroit Avenue: A bagpipe player celebrates St. Patrick’s Day in the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood on a day when the traditional St. Patrick’s Day Parade was cancelled for the second year in a row due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
PHOTO BY CHUCK HOVEN Monday March 22, 2021: Crocuses in bloom – a sign that spring has arrived in Cleveland.
April 2021 Community Board AFTER SCHOOL AFTER SCHOOL MEAL PROGRAMS: Youth, ages 18 and under, can visit any of the Neighborhood Resource and Recreation centers for free meals after 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call for serving times: Clark, 664-4657; Cudell, 664-4183; Estabrook, 664-4149; Gunning, 420-7900; and Michael Zone, 664-3373. ARTS/THEATRE STATION HOPE: A virtual celebration of … Continue reading