After an initial appearance before City Council during its May 9 session, residents of Breezevale Cove turned out in greater numbers last week to protest a proposed Lake Road condominium project which they see as detrimental to the area. They also told council that they felt developer Andrew Brickman has not been up front with them about his plans.
The redevelopment of the former NASA property will require a change to the city’s zoning code. Specifically, under the proposed change, mixed-used development will be permitted in one of the city’s three office building categories.
By Jeff Gallatin Bay Village City Council wants the public to help the city find the best roadway to possibly connect the east and west sides of Cahoon Park. Council President Paul Koomar said council is encouraging people to participate in an online survey regarding connecting the east and west sides of Cahoon Memorial Park […]
Rocky River By Sue Botos For about four years, the school board has played with the idea of waiving physical education requirements for students participating in sports, cheerleading and marching band. After fitness teachers came forward stating that their curriculum is not just about “gym class,” but teaches lasting skills, the school board agreed to […]