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Cleveland City Wide Citizens Committee is supports legislation to repeal and replace the City of Cleveland’s 2018 townhouse legislation

Taps & Tails: Cleveland’s first Dog Park Bar

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

The Repair Company celebrates 50 years on Madison Avenue

The Repair Company celebrates 50 years on Madison Avenue Plain Press, March 2021         In February, Sandy Bozak, owner of The Repair Company at W. 103rd and Madison, marked the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of her company. At a February 4th ceremony, Ward 15 Cleveland City Council Representative Jenny Spencer presented Sandy Bozak with a Council Resolution of … Continue reading

Industry changes over time, some still survives on Madison Avenue

by Alana Whelan (Plain Press, February 2021)             Madison Avenue has largely been a hub for industry and residential housing, both dating back to the 1890s, when the National Carbon Co. office was built at W. 117th Street.     Madison Avenue stretches all the way from W. 58th Street in Cleveland, into Lakewood, and ends perpendicular with Rocky … Continue reading

Theresa’s Bakery

Mavrik Development to build TREO Apartments on Southwest Corner of 25th St & Swift Ave

Mavrik Development to build TREO Apartments on Southwest Corner of 25th St & Swift Ave  by Bruce Checefsky (Plain Press, February 2021)             Lincoln Heights Block Club Chairperson Henry Senyak had an idea. He wanted to ask developers in the Lincoln Heights neighborhood to provide a levy benefit to longtime residents in the form of a fund … Continue reading

Is your rental home eligible for incentives, grants or loans to make it lead safe? Find out here.

by Rachel Dissell (Plain Press, January 2021)    A new fund is offering $500 incentives and other financial support to Cleveland property owners and families to remove lead paint-based hazards from homes.      The Lead Safe Home Fund combines rebates, grants and loans in an effort to aid landlords who must comply with the city’s new lead-safe certification, and … Continue reading

Wintertide at Gordon Square

Tremont loses some of its trees

Old Angle Boxing Gym seeks new home