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City News Update
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Cedar-Lee-Meadowbrook Community Engagement Continues
Members of the public attended an open house hosted by the City on August 11 in the atrium of City Hall to discuss, interact, and share opinions on the types of gathering spaces and how the Cedar-Lee-Meadowbrook redevelopment project can facilitate connectivity between the Cedar-Lee business district and adjacent residential areas. The meeting was the second of many with the community. The City is working on scheduling the next community conversation. Be sure to visit the Cedar-Lee-Meadowbrook webpage for project updates.
City Council meets in person on August 16. The meetings will also continue to be streamed live at 7:30pm and can also be accessed on the City’s YouTube channel. The agenda can be found on the City's website. You are also welcome to watch the Council Committee of the Whole meeting that will begin at 6:30pm and then proceed directly into the City Council meeting. Please use the same link noted above.
This Week at Cain Park
A capella vocal choreography takes over the Evans Amphitheater on August 14 at 8pm with Naturally 7. Free concerts are featured this Sunday with the Evelyn Wright Quartet from 1 to 4pm and duo ANIME performing on the Tuesday Chamber Music Series at 8pm. For a complete schedule of events, visit the Cain Park website.
Cheers to 100 Years on August 14
The Cedar Lee district celebrates the Cleveland Heights Centennial on August 14 with a Happy Hour on Lee Road from 6 to 8:30pm. Special entertainment, refreshments and cocktails will be featured as well as a mini golf experience with Proximity Golf Lounge. The Cedar Lee Theatre features the opening of Jennifer Hudson in “Respect.” And stop by the Cedar Lee table at Meadowbrook and Lee to sign in with a QR code to win pair of tickets to the sold-out Indigo Girls concert at Cain Park and dinner on Lee Road.
Cedar Fairmount Summer Fun
The district celebrates summer with Free Music and Family Fun Thursdays on August 19 from 7 to 8:30pm near Luna Bakery & Café: IN2ATIVE with Dylan Moffitt; “Make It. Take It. Shake It” with Robin VanLear and Debbie Apple Presser; Chalk Art with Hector Castellanos on Fairmount Boulevard; and a visit with the Cleveland Heights Police and Fire Departments. Visit the Cedar Fairmount website.
Noble Gardeners’ Market Continues on Saturdays
The Noble Gardeners’ Market continues every Saturday from 10am to 12 noon at the Noble-Roanoke Park until September 25. All the produce sold is grown in backyards or community gardens. You can also admire the beautiful new mural that looks over the Park one block north of Monticello. Please bring small bills and lots of coins. Parking is free at street meters. Visit the Noble Neighbors website for more information.
Available Jobs at the City of Cleveland Heights
Anyone looking for work can find job openings on the Cleveland Heights Job Opportunities webpage. There are openings in Parks and Recreation, the Office on Aging, the Community Center, Public Works and more.
-- All Are Welcome --