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Dealing with a mounting water or sewer bills or shut-off notice can be scary, especially during the winter months. Several programs can offer assistance, but navigating them can be frustrating.
Cleveland is testing a number of different methods to slow down speeding drivers on city streets.
The number of council seats is expected to shrink by two before 2025 because Cleveland’s population is shrinking. That means the ward boundaries will change.
Since 2012, 94% of Cuyahoga County children transferred to adult court – a process called a “bindover” – were Black, according to state records.
A new 50-unit building dedicated to young adults who are attempting to transition out of homelessness is coming to the St. Clair-Superior neighborhood.
The Board of Control determines who gets paid to fix sewer lines, restore historic city-owned buildings and supply snow plows.
Making local government meetings truly accessible for residents often requires doing more than just the letter of the law. Here are a few suggestions.
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