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Schools, historical society agree to move Thompson house

By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted North Olmsted City Schools officials and the Olmsted Historical Society have reached a deal with a string attached, allowing the society to move the historic Thompson House to the Frostville Museum campus for rebuilding. In the agreement, unanimously approved by the North Olmsted Board of Education at its Oct. 21 […]

City Council expected to OK Aloft deal with land change, tax abatement

By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted City officials are proposing altering a legal judgement in order to provide a 10-year tax abatement for a $14.4 million Aloft hotel and restaurant project on property near the Moen headquarters. Under terms of a proposal scheduled to be considered by City Council at its regular meeting last night, a […]

Schools, police working to make traffic flow better at old, new middle school sites

By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted School and city officials are continuing to take steps to ensure a smoother traffic flow at the old and new middle school sites. After school officials approached the city, police reviewed traffic in the area around the old middle school building on Butternut Ridge Road and by the former St. […]

Mutual aid response numbers prompts give and take discussion in Bay meeting

By Jeff Gallatin Bay Village Like the discussion during the Oct. 12 City Council committee of the whole session, Bay Village officials see a lot of give and take when it comes to mutual aid responses by the city fire department. Council President Paul Koomar said he thinks mutual aid between Bay Village and other […]