Each week we create short and easy-to-read briefs on local government meetings based on Documenters’ coverage so you can stay informed. For residents. By residents.
Documenters Meeting Coverage
On Sept. 25, Cleveland Zoning Board of Appeals approved the opening of a tattoo parlor on Detroit Avenue.
On Sept. 19, Cleveland City Council discussed Bedrock’s $3.5 proposal to transform Tower City and the riverfront over the next 20 years.
On Sept. 20, the Cleveland Police Commission discussed gun-shot detection technology and concerns about forced hospitalizations.
Cleveland resident and barber Thad Franklin, like others, urged council to ban flavored tobacco. Council has not moved the proposal forward.
The proposed pricing increase is up $8 per hour for Downtown, but no more than $5 per hour for Cleveland neighborhoods.
The legislation would authorize $6.35 million for constructing and rehabbing affordable housing in Cleveland, Lakewood and Cleveland Heights.
Cleveland City Council will consider ‘Residents First’ legislation aimed at creating more accountability for property owners.
The number of Cleveland officers trained to respond to mental and behavioral health crises is increasing.
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