Cleveland Ward 3

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Precinct Committee members select Martin Sweeney to represent District Three in Cuyahoga County Council

(Plain Press, February 2021) At a January 14th virtual Candidate Forum, three candidates –Brendan Heil, Ryan Ross, and Martin Sweeney — vied to be the representative for Cuyahoga Council District 3 for the remainder of the term of retiring County Council member Dan Brady. The term expires in 2022. The candidates were not seeking a vote of … Continue reading

Reader seeks answers about purpose of surveillance camera

To the editor: Dear Members of the Cleveland City Council Safety Committee, (Plain Press, February 2021) My name is Paula Miller and I live on the near west side of Cleveland near Fulton and Lorain. I noticed there is a surveillance camera located in the parking lot of McCafferty Health Clinic on Lorain Avenue.  The camera … Continue reading

Cleveland City Council Health and Services Committee to meet weekly and welcomes public comments and questions

(Plain Press, February 2021)  Cleveland City Council will begin to hold weekly hearings to update the community on COVID-19, the vaccine rollout and other issues affecting residents, Councilman Kerry McCormack, chair of the committee announced in the following statement released by Cleveland City Council on January 21st.    New information about COVID-19 and the vaccine rollout is … Continue reading

Board of Zoning Appeals again postpones vote on Lincoln Park Flats

by Bruce Checefsky (Plain Press, January 2021)    When Cleveland Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) committee member Tim Donovan suggested postponing a vote on the Lincoln Park Flats project in Tremont to allow developers 60 days to conduct a parking study in the middle of the winter, in the middle of the worst pandemic in 100 years, … Continue reading

Tremont loses some of its trees

Cleveland City Council removes the city’s requirement to hire off-duty police officers at neighborhood block parties

Cleveland City Council removes the city’s requirement to hire off-duty police officers at neighborhood block parties by Lee Chilcote, The Land (Plain Press, December 2020)           Spurred by a grassroots, citizen-led petition that garnered more than 1,000 signatures, Cleveland City Council passed legislation at its November 18th meeting to remove the requirement for hired police at block parties. The … Continue reading

City of Cleveland plans to rebuild the Willow Avenue Bridge

Father McNulty retires as Pastor of St. Augustine Church after 43 years

Father McNulty retires as Pastor of St. Augustine Church after 43 years  (Plain Press, December 2020)           Cleveland City Council – Councilman Kerry McCormack is offering well wishes to the Rev. Joseph D. McNulty, who retired this month as director of Catholic Charities Ministry to Persons with Disabilities for the Diocese of Cleveland and as pastor of St. Augustine Parish, a position he has … Continue reading

Kolou Marketplace opens to serve the neighborhood

Kolou Marketplace opens to serve the neighborhood by Chuck Hoven (Plain Press, October 2020)           The Kolou Marketplace at 4700 Bridge Avenue is now open and serving the neighborhood.    Siba Beavogul, Kolou Beavogul and their son Laville and daughter Tenin hosted an opening ceremony for Kolou’s Marketplace on August 27th, 2020. The store will serve as a … Continue reading

City Council approves legislation to stabilize hillside at Irishtown bend

City Council approves legislation to stabilize hillside at Irishtown bend (Plain Press, October 2020) At its September 23rd meeting Cleveland City Council adopted legislation (Ord. No. 592-2020) authorizing the city to join the Cuyahoga County Port Authority on a major project to stabilize a hillside eroding into the Cuyahoga River, threatening commercial shipping. The hillside, known as Irishtown … Continue reading