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, arts, education and neighborhood news from around the Heights last week.

  • South Euclid residents will vote in November on whether the former Oakwood Country Club is rezoned for development. South Euclid City Council submitted by Citizens for Oakwood at its meeting Monday as a result of an , and the as Issue 96. 
  • The  PLAYroom opened Aug. 27, and it's already a big hit. Check out our
  • We spoke to Cleveland Heights Police Chief Jeffrey Robertson about programs he has implemented during , and what his plans are for the future. 
  • Cleveland Heights celebrated the Cleveland State University Small Business Development Center, which moved its offices into in February.
  • FRIENDS of the Heights Library has launched an art contest for adults based on a theme inspired by the 5-year-old footbridge, "."

Browse our news section to see other articles from this week, and don't forget about our announcements section for important information about events, registration deadlines and other community news.


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