Week in Review
Catch up on what you missed on Cleveland Heights Patch this week
Look for the Week in Review every weekend to get up to speed on Cleveland Heights Patch articles you may have missed. See below for briefs of and links to government and neighborhood news from around the Heights last week.
- It has been nearly two months since crowds of kids gathered after the Coventry Street Arts Festival, prompting city officials to rethink their curfew laws and strategies to avoid what some call flash mobs. Here's an update about what's next:
- Flash Mobs and Curfew: Police Aim to Monitor, Not Stop, Youth Gatherings
- Flash Mobs and Curfew: Juvenile Arrests Top 500 This Year
- Flash Mobs and Curfew: More Community Forums Planned
- A gun rights organization has filed suit against Cleveland Heights for concealed carry and gun laws it thinks violate state laws.
- Construction along South Taylor Road has been delayed again, and city officials are unsure when the Ohio Department of Transportation will reschedule the project.
- Citizens for Oakwood, an organization trying to prevent the development of the former Oakwood Country Club, has filed suit with the Ohio Supreme Court to mandate that the City of South Euclid allow voters to decide whether the property is rezoned for development.