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Government, Schools, Business
Cleveland Heights City Council approved a tax abatement for The Orlean Company at this week's meeting, an agreement that moves forward an $11.4 million residential and retail building on a Lee Road vacant lot.
Government, Holiday Guide
The City of Cleveland Heights extended its free parking weekends it established this summer. People don't have to feed the meters on one designated weekend each month until the end of the year.
Effective Jan. 1, 2013, monthly collection fees for residents will increase by about $4.
The city has started to make a handful of improvements and has more in the works.
Cleveland Heights City Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in City Hall.
Residents can recycle their post-election campaign signs at the Cleveland Heights Service Garage.
The CH-UH Public Library has been named one of America’s Star Libraries, earning a five-star rating in Library Journal’s 2012 Index of Public Library Service.
The program is meant to encourage people to pursue library careers.
Take a look at the chart below and the map in the PDFs section to find out how your neighborhood voted in the election.
Take a look at the tallies for each precinct in Cleveland Heights — how did your section of the city vote?
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