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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.
Mayor Ed Kelley, Vice Mayor Dennis Wilcox and Councilman Jason Stein cut the ribbon at AutoZone's grand opening Nov. 18.
Business, Holiday Guide
The walk starts at 4 p.m. Friday in the Cleveland Heights business district.
Show your support for the Lee Road store this Friday.
The bookstore has roots in Kent and Chagrin Falls, but has been a Coventry staple since 1982.
To encourage residents and neighbors to shop locally, some Cleveland Heights merchants are offering deals this Saturday, and the City of Cleveland Heights is providing free parking all weekend.
The Cleveland Heights store is located at 3900 Mayfield Road.
Police & Fire, Schools, Business
Proceeds from raffle tickets, available for purchase at many local businesses, raise money for scholarships for students interested in law enforcement and criminal justice.
All Bruegger's locations are offering free coffee Nov. 14. The bagel cafe asks that, in exchange, customers to donate spare change or more to help raise money for local children's hospitals.
The four bedroom Tudor is on the market for $279,900.
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