Published by Julie Kent on April 21, 2014 - 1:00pm
Last week during a regular meeting of Brook Park City Council, council members agreed to finally put on the ballot this summer a tax increase that Mayor Tom Coyne had been trying to put before voters since he assumed office in January.
Published by Julie Kent on April 21, 2014 - 12:08pm
The Cleveland Orchestra is continuing its neighborhood residency program this year after the success of its inaugural event at the Gordon Square Arts District last year, and will next month take up residency in Lakewood for a week of concentrated activities.
The Crocker Park shopping center in Westlake is preparing to expand and grow even larger. Among the planned additions to the development are new retail stores, new restaurants, additional parking 316 luxury apartments, and a 110-room Hyatt Place hotel.
An incident last month involving Brook Park Ward 1 councilman Tom Troyer and two employees at Liberty Tax Services on Snow Road have already lead to charges of stalking and protection orders issued by the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas.
Attorney Anne Eisenhower, the chief prosecutor for the Cleveland Metroparks, has asked that Rev. James McGonegal be denied entry into an alternative sentencing program on charges of soliciting sex from an undercover park ranger at Edgewater Park in October 2013.