By a 4-0 vote Tuesday evening, the Fairview Park City Schools Board of Education approved a housing developer’s bid of $435,000 to purchase the 6.5-acre property where Coffinberry School once stood. The board’s vote came despite a last-minute press by Coffinberry neighborhood residents to have the vote delayed.
Prepared statement by Fairview Park Board of Education President Joslyn Dalton on the Coffinberry School Property
Fairview Park Board of Education President Joslyn Dalton read this statement at the March 3 school board meeting after public comments and just prior to the board’s 4-0 vote to accept Garland New Homes’ $435,000 bid on the Coffinberry property.
Mayor EIleen Patton issued a statement Tuesday afternoon stating her administration’s position on the future use of the Coffinberry property. The mayor said the determination was that the land should be used for single-family houses but that the developer ought to include some green space in the plans.
This year, your Fat Tuesday festivities do not have to end with Ash Wednesday. The Mardi Gras celebration continues all the way to Easter at Salmon Dave’s Pacific Grille in Rocky River. The Taste of N’Awlins menu features executive chef Mario Brown’s interpretation of some authentic Cajun and Creole dishes. Diners can begin the meal [...]