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On the April 5 agenda of Design Review.....http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2013/04052013/index.php1. Ordinance No. xxx-13(Ward 11/Councilmember Polensek): Establishing a Pedestrian Retail Overlay (PRO) on and changing the Use District of lands located at the intersection of E. 156th Street and Calcutta Avenue south of Waterloo Road.
The other interesting part of this particular area under design review is that it is an area of single-family and two-family houses wedged between Waterloo and the highway. If approved, it would potentially allow for the repurposing of these buildings in a more mixed-use fashion. With commercial occupancy along Waterloo expected to top 90% this year, this could help lay the future groundwork for expanding the district's activity along the East 156th spine.
Is this the right place to put this?Cleveland still chasing back taxes from Cleveland's Beachland Ballroom: Mark NaymikCLEVELAND, Ohio -- The City of Cleveland still wants its music money from the Beachland Ballroom & Tavern.It's been two years since Mayor Frank Jackson's administration started an aggressive campaign to recover back admission taxes from small music clubs that had not collected them or passed them to the city.The city took a legal step last week against Beachland that is worth watching. The move has larger implications in the campaign to make small clubs face the music.
^Nope that's true. It's upthread and I believe in the article that ClevelandOhio just posted.