Monthly Archives: December, 2012
By Nicole Hennessy Lakewood Old plazas along Detroit Avenue are new again. What was once rundown strips of retail shops are smooth sidewalks, rust-free lampposts, bike racks, signage, patios and new neon signs that glow throughout the night, a constant reminder that they’re open for business. While there is some contention that the city is [...]
In the 2013 budget, the estimated property tax revenue next year will be $10.6 million, down roughly $100,000 from this year and $400,000 lower than in 2010.
Rocky River By Sue Botos In an effort to keep a finger on the public pulse when it comes to school financing, Rocky River administrators are discussing the establishment of a citizens finance committee. At its recent work session, the school board heard from Lowell Davis, a school finance expert called in for support after [...]
By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted For City Council President Duane Limpert, a nearly 20-year public official, the numbers add up: It’s time to retire from municipal service – at least for now. Limpert, who is nearing the end of his third year as city council president, told West Life and some government colleagues prior to [...]