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Aloft deal to provide economic benefits to North Olmsted, officials say

By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted North Olmsted officials believe a $14.4 million Aloft hotel and restaurant project and related 10-year tax abatement agreement can spur additional economic benefits in the city. City Council unanimously approved at its Nov. 17 meeting the 50-percent tax abatement for development of the Aloft Hotel and as yet undetermined restaurant […]

Butternut Primary’s potential fate continues to draw scrutiny

By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted School officials have set a special board of education meeting for Dec. 3 at North Olmsted High School to discuss the possible use of the current Butternut Primary school building for housing the district’s administrative offices when the current administration building is razed as part of the district’s $90 million […]

Consultant: zoning codes, North Olmsted Town Center concept need better definition

By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted City officials and residents need to better define zoning codes as well the form they want a North Olmsted town center to take as they consider changes in municipal laws according to a consultant speaking before City Council and Municipal Planning Commission members Nov. 11. Paul LeBlanc, a planning manager […]

Knight-Biddulph, Underground Railroad house on Porter to get North Olmsted Landmark designation Saturday

By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted City officials are hoping residents make a stop on Porter Road this Saturday as the North Olmsted Landmarks Commission honors a home built in 1860 which once was a stop on the Underground Railroad for slaves seeking freedom. A free public ceremony gets underway at 11 a.m. to note the […]