The two-day workshop will focus on “infill development,” or redevelopment of areas with existing infrastructure. The work starts April 18, when city leaders will meet with officials from Renaissance Planning, an urban planning firm headquartered in Orlando, Florida.
By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted City Council officials are expected to fill by March 21 the vacancy created by the resignation of longtime Ward 2 Councilman Paul Barker. After interviewing the five candidates to replace Barker during a Feb. 28 committee of the whole meeting, council President Nicole Dailey Jones said current plans are to […]
Crocker Park LLC, a subsidiary of Stark Enterprises, file a lawsuit against the city of Westlake Feb. 24 in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court. Crocker Park LLC, together with Crocker Park Phase III LLC, are seeking at least $555,994 from Westlake in disputes over costs related to the construction of Phase III at the retail, corporate and residential center at the corner of Crocker and Detroit roads.
By Sue Botos Rocky River The updated district strategic plan, safety, finance and notably the upcoming 4.9-mill May levy were some of the topics touched upon by Rocky River Schools Superintendent Michael Shoaf during his annual State of the School presentation. This year’s address was the featured talk at the Feb. 27 Lakewood/Rocky River Rotary […]