Euclid Beach Mobile Park residents being evicted after the Western Reserve Land Conservancy purchased the property. It intends to convert the property to green space and turn it over the Cleveland Metroparks.

We published a story on the efforts to relocate more than 100 residents living in 118 units at the Euclid Beach Mobile Home Community, which is being redeveloped on Cleveland’s lakefront. 

For months, Signal Cleveland has chronicled the impact of the pending relocation on these North Collinwood residents, who must move to make way for the expansion of Cleveland Metroparks’ Euclid Beach Park

The latest development is about what financial guidelines the park’s owner – the Western Reserve Land Conservancy – will follow when relocating the residents. 

Our story examines the pros and cons of the plan. I hope you can take a look. 

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Economics Reporter (she/her)
Olivera, an award-winning journalist, covered labor, employment and workforce issues for several years at The Plain Dealer. She broke the story in 2013 of a food drive held for Walmart workers who made too little to afford Thanksgiving dinner. Olivera has received state and national awards for her coverage, including those from the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing (SABEW). She was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University. Olivera believes the sweet spot of high-impact journalism is combining strong storytelling with data analysis.