Variances for the second phase of a micro-unit apartment project on West 14th St. in Tremont were unanimously approved this week by the city’s Board of Zoning Appeals, despite neighbors’ concerns over its use as short-term lodging.
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Many people who need to hire a tree service never think about it where the lumber goes after it’s been hauled off their property. But for Seth Harrison, owner of Nature’s Beauty Tree Service and A Piece of Cleveland, one person’s trash is another person’s treasure. For years, Harrison has been crafting coffee tables, shelves and other furniture items using trees harvested from all over Northeast Ohio.
At gatherings of Cleveland City Council, members of the public are not allowed to address the council. A group called Citizens for Public Comment is trying to change that in the run-up to the 2021 elections, hoping to foster public participation in decision making at a time when the mayoral race, and all 17 council seats, are up for grabs.