South Euclid City Council will likely vote tonight on whether to rezone the former Oakwood Country Club property from residential to commercial so that developers can build there.
The rezoning was requested by First Interstate Properties, About 60 acres of country club land that falls within South Euclid was purchased by the company late last year.
The South Euclid Planning Commission Oakwood April 14.
City Council scheduled a and heard from South Euclid and Cleveland Heights residents. The majority of those who spoke were against the plan. Now the decision is in council's hands.
First Interstate, which has also developed Legacy Village and Steelyard Commons, among others, .
The meeting is at 8 p.m. today in South Euclid City hall, 1349 South Green Road.