This article was originally published at 8 a.m. April 24.
The Cleveland Heights and University Heights city councils and the Cleveland Heights-University Heights School Board will meet at 7:30 p.m. May 14 in the Cleveland Heights Community Center.
Mayor Ed Kelley confirmed the time and location Thursday and said the joint meeting is open to the public.
Karen Jones, school board president, announced the date was confirmed at Monday's board work session.
The councils and board will discuss the proposed facilities master plan for the CH-UH district.
Cleveland Heights City Council has also asked the CH-UH School Board to meet separately about community concern over the future of the former Millikin school several times since February. A date was never finalized, but the district's appraisal will be ready by May 7, so that will likely be discussed as well, Kelley said.
And University Heights Mayor Susan Infeld has openly shared her concern about the proposal to close Gearity Professional Development School, the only elementary school in University Heights, so that will probably be on the agenda.
Cleveland Heights Patch will update this article once the agenda is finalized.