Council To Consider Installing Cameras In Cedar Lee District

Cleveland Heights City Council meets tonight.

Cleveland Heights City Council will consider installing a surveillance system in the Cedar Lee Business District at its regular meeting at 7:30 tonight.

The cameras, if approved, would include remote video monitoring and recording systems, according to the agenda. The agenda did not specify where the cameras would be placed in the district.

The city has installed cameras in Cedar Lee before, and also spent about $50,000 to add last summer to help police monitor the area.

Council will also discuss using a loan from the city's Commercial Revolving Loan Program to assist with the establishment of a restaurant at 1854 Coventry Road.

Members will also consider declaring two homes nuisance properties. The houses are located at 3817 Delmore Road and 921 Woodview Road.

The full agenda is included with this article. Look for more from the meeting soon.

Garry Kanter May 09, 2012 at 03:35 AM
If you define 'consider' as very rapidly voting "yes" 7 - 0 following an emergency motion, then the cameras were "considered". And there was no "discussion" of the loan. But that's not *my* definition of 'consider'. I don't like how that stuff works.


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