Before the world hit peak “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer” hours, local government officials were deep in meeting mode. Here are some things Documenters covered for this week’s episode: Cuyahoga County loans $1.7 million to a Meijer grocery store project, Cleveland City Council discusses a half-billion-dollar internet infrastructure proposal, and security workers at a county building’s desire to unionize.
Listen to this week’s Public Meetings Report here:
The Documenters whose work contributed to this episode are:
- Kellie Morris
- Michaylah Burch
- Carolyn Cooper, and
- Emma Sedlak.
Their work has been compiled this week by Cleveland Documenters’ Doug-Breehl-Pitorak and Anastazia Vanisko. The Public Meetings Report is produced by Gennifer Harding-Gosnell.
Learn how to become a Cleveland Documenter here. The next Cleveland Documenters orientation is Thursday, September 21, from 5:30-6:30 p.m. via Zoom.
Signal Cleveland meeting briefs:
- Shazam! Can comic books slay the high functional illiteracy rate in Mt. Pleasant? (Freshwater Cleveland, January 28, 2020)
- New birthing center coming to Hough neighborhood (Cleveland Documenters, May 22, 2023)
- Cleveland plans major broadband internet expansion to narrow digital divide (Signal Cleveland, May 5, 2023)
- Legislation to approve SiFi Network agreement
- Cuyahoga County Council Economic Development and Planning Committee – July 17, 2023
- Cuyahoga County Council – July 18, 2023
- Cleveland City Council Utilities Committee – July 18, 2023
- HOW TO BECOME A CLEVELAND DOCUMENTER
- Service Employees International Union (SEIU).
- Presentation by SiFi Networks
- SiFi Networks
- What is fiber-optics?
- Cuyahoga County Council
The Public Meetings Report is a weekly audio rundown of what happened in local government meetings here in Greater Cleveland – in five minutes or less! The show is based on the work of Cleveland Documenters – residents like you who are trained and paid to document these meetings for the public. Produced by Signal Cleveland, Cleveland Documenters and WOVU 95.9 FM.