Mayor Ed Kelley said the City of Cleveland Heights has cited First Interstate Properties for a tall grass code violation on the former Oakwood Country Club property.
First Interstate, based in Lyndhurst, . of Oakwood Commons has already started on the South Euclid side. But detailed plans for the Cleveland Heights side have not been confirmed, said Mitchell Schneider, president of First Interstate.
And the land has not been mowed this year, Kelley said.
On the violation notice dated June 11 and included with this article, it instructs First Interstate to cut grass within two days of receiving the notice. If First Interstate does not cut it, the city will complete the work and charge the company $200 per hour.
Schneider said the company will take care of it.
"We're in the process of arranging to have the lawn cut, and it's our understanding that the lawn has not been cut in years past since the club closed," Schneider said. "But nonetheless, we are making arrangements to take care of the lawn mowing on the golf course."