The proposed law states that residential driveways may not cover more than 14 percent of an entire lot or 35 percent of a front yard. It also states that a rear lot may not be paved for parking unless the garage is located in the rear lot.
By Jeff Gallatin NORTH OLMSTED City Council was scheduled last night to resume considering several proposed charter amendments designed to streamline municipal government. Council’s Committee of the whole June 9 recommended council put on the November ballot measures which propose eliminating the parks and recreation commission, eliminating a primary for council’s three at-large positions, merging […]
By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted Citizens will get the opportunity to look ahead and take a fond look back at North Olmsted Middle School during a community forum Monday. Forum attendees will be updated on building plans for the new sixth through 12th grade building which is scheduled to be built during the next three […]
Developer Matt Garland has filed an appeal with the city’s Board of Zoning Appeals following the planning and design commissions rejection of his plans to build 18 houses on the former Coffinberry School site.