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Cedar Taylor Merchants, Neighbors to Meet Again Monday

Next week's meeting is one of several that have been scheduled to discuss improving the business district

The city of Cleveland Heights is hosting a meeting Monday morning for business owners and residents on Cedar and South Taylor roads to continue discussions about improving the area. 

City officials from both Cleveland Heights and University Heights have met with local merchants a few , brainstorming ideas to create and brand a Cedar-Taylor business district, much like its neighbors Coventry, Cedar Fairmount and Cedar Lee.

Beautifying the area by installing , planting flowers, and adding benches were just a few ideas thrown out at the meetings. 

 in February to address safety concerns from merchants. 

Monday’s meeting will be at  on Cedar Road at 9:30 a.m.  

Jake Crouse April 29, 2011 at 08:47 PM
Don't forget to chat a bit about Cedar-Lee. Between Silsby and Cedar it's starting to look like a ghost town. All those brown paper bags covering the windows of store fronts. Arrgghh. Can all be traced back to the Cleveland Heights school administrators and how they've handled things for the last 30 years. All those illegals it permitted so the district could get federal money. The chickens have come home to roost !
ILUVCH April 30, 2011 at 07:11 AM
Ok Jake, So it's the public schools system allowing illegals students into school that has turned this place into a ghost town? Do you really want these restless teenage boys and girls roaming the streets during the day? I'd rather have all kids in school regardless of how they got here.
dennis April 30, 2011 at 05:25 PM
ILUVCH, especially since they'd just break the windows, destroy someone else's property and gang-graffiti the walls anyway. at least in the school, they are behind walls with police supervision.
HENRY BARACZ May 05, 2011 at 02:36 PM
NOBLE MONTECELLO IS A TERRIBLE CORNER...HAVE LIVED THERE MANY YEARS AND HAVE SEEN IT GO DOWN HILL FOR YEARS..NO CITY HELP TO SAVE IT.....
Michelle Simakis (Editor) May 05, 2011 at 02:46 PM
Hi Henry. The city has scheduled a few meetings to talk about improving the Noble neighborhood, and specifically the Noble/Nela area. I'll let you know when the next meeting date is set, but here is what people talked about at the last meeting: http://patch.com/A-f1Dg
Lisa Rainsong May 24, 2011 at 12:23 PM
I agree with Henry, having lived at Noble/Monticello for the past 16 years. It has become increasingly pathetic and no attention EVER seems to be directed toward our neighborhood. Any energy spent on Noble/Nela is great - it is certainly needed there - but Noble/Monticello is perpetually neglected.

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