Slow the Cars. Protect the People.

I’ve spoken to many people in Cleveland Heights who tell me how frustrated they are because of cars speeding through their residential streets. Multiple times I’ve watched residents shout, “SLOW

Addressing Poverty Through Regionalism

Maria participated in the Ohio Works First program to receive unemployment benefits. She had regular work assignments that were part of her compliance with her Self-Sufficiency Contract. However, on one

Property Taxes: A Primer

Many residents feel the weight of our property taxes. I get it—our family would love to pay less too. But what can elected officials for the CITY do about it?

Protecting Our Housing Stock, Serving Our People

In Cleveland Heights, we love our beautiful houses, which many people see as our city’s most valuable asset. And while I agree that our houses are one of our city’s