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UPDATE Lincoln Heights Land Use Planning discussion continues

by Bruce Checefsky (Plain Press, October 2019)           In the basement of St. Augustine’s Walsh Hall on September 9th, under a flickering fluorescent light and hum of air conditioning, there was talk about tearing out the old rug and refinishing the wood floors. The Lincoln Heights Block Club was about to get under way with their … Continue reading

Residents and stakeholders weigh in on Lincoln Heights Land Use Study

by Bruce Checefsky       (Plain Press, October 2019)           Residents and stakeholders of the Lincoln Heights Block Club (LHBC) met with staff members of both the City Planning Commission and Tremont West Development Corporation (TWDC), as well as members of the Seventh Hill design team to discuss a planned land use study for their neighborhood. The August … Continue reading

In Memory Father Lucjan Stokowski March 27, 1951- August 10, 2019

(Plain Press, October 2019)  The Catholic Diocese of Cleveland reported that vespers were held at St. John Cantius Church on August 19th for Father Lucjan Stokowski, age 68, who died on August 10th. Father Stokowski served as pastor of St. John Cantius Church. Stokowski came to Cleveland from Poland in 1980. He served at St. … Continue reading

St. John Cantius Polish Festival

Painting in the Park- Family Fun Day

Welcome to Camp Cleveland

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Outdoor Art + History Museum debuts during Walkabout Tremont

(Plain Press, August 2019)Tremont’s first outdoor Art + History Museum was unveiled during Walkabout Tremont on Friday July 12 at the southeast corner of Professor and College Avenues. More than 40 images of old Tremont were placed on permanent display—weatherproof, digital reproductions of water colors, oils, collages, line-art and even old postcards. The Tremont West … Continue reading

Central Tremont Block Club weighs in on J Roc Development proposal for an apartment development

  Central Tremont Block Club weighs in on J Roc Development proposal for an apartment development by Bruce Checefsky (Plain Press, July 2019)    At their June meeting, residents of the Central Tremont Block Club voiced their concerns about J Roc Development’s proposal to build a 124-to-140-unit apartment building, called Electric Gardens, on the hillside just … Continue reading

Walkabout Tremont — June 14th 2019

Abbey Avenue makes connections

Abbey Avenue makes connections by Gwendolyn Kochur (Plain Press, July 2019)                Ohio City, with its versatile dining options, entertainment and the West Side Market, lies just west of Tremont, a hub of Victorian homes and of trendy eateries and festivals. Acting as a direct connection between the two is Abbey Avenue.    The Abbey Avenue Bridge also … Continue reading

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