Monthly Archives: June, 2011
With summer here and many people looking for recreation options, city officials have approved repairs for two major recreational facilities in the city. City Council suspended the normal three readings and approved, on an emergency basis, having the administration seek bids for roof repairs at the Recreation Center. City workers discovered the need to repair […]
The premise here is that Alex Nalbach is Bill, a gentleman to be married. Following a night of drinking, he wakes up on the morning of his wedding in the hotel’s bridal suite. He’s a day early, and worse, he’s in bed with a woman who is not his fiancé.
Although city officials have not said “no dice” to Internet sweepstakes cafes, they are letting the idea ride, pending a clearer definition of those facilities from the state. Legislation that calls for a one-year moratorium on permits for the cafes was recently approved by City Council. The measure replaces a similar resolution for a six-month […]
Persistence paid off for Bay Village when it came to seeking improvements for the Dwyer Center. City officials were notified late last week that Bay Village has been awarded a $49,500 grant from Cuyahoga County to make American with Disabilities Act improvements to facilities at the Dwyer Center. The city must provide a match of […]