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Government, The Neighborhood Files
The City of Cleveland Heights and Lake View Cemetery will both host Memorial Day events today.
Chickens and bees get the green light from Cleveland Heights City Council and the Planning Commission.
The city wants the leader of a group in opposition of the income-tax increase to stop using a parody of Shaker Heights' logo.
Government, Police & Fire
Here's a look at a preliminary study on a potential merging of the fire departments in University Heights and Shaker Heights.
Acting City Manager Susanna Niermann O'Neil said they haven't changed since they were implemented at $4 per month in 2005.
The Cleveland Heights Planning Commission made some changes and approved the revised version of the zoning code, with the goal of encouraging residents and businesses to be more sustainable. Now it goes to council.
Former City Councilman Kenneth Montlack said all who would like to recognize Bob Downey's service to the city are invited.
Cleveland Heights will repair more than 50 roads this year. Here are the streets the city plans to work on this week.
Community Shredding Day is from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Cleveland Heights City Hall.
Acting City Manager Susanna Niermann O'Neil said Cleveland Heights plans to continue to enhance the new city website.
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