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Sunday, April 11, 2010
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Severance Neighborhood Organization Annual Meeting

"Cleveland Heights: How Do We Compare To America's Other Older, Inner-Ring Suburbs?" A smart alec once defined an expert as "someone who lives 50 miles away". Well, in Dennis Keating's case this is not true. Dr.Keating, JD, PhD is a longtime resident of Cleveland Heights and is also an expert on Cleveland Heights, Shaker Heights, Parma and the other inner-ring suburbs in Cuyahoga County. An internationally renowned authority on housing, urban planning and neighborhood development, he hasalso researched and written extensively about housing policies in Cleveland Heights and Cuyahoga County.

Dr. Keating holds a joint faculty appointment in the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and the Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University. Additionally, he has been a visiting scholar and fellow at universities in England and Scotland. A respected author, his book, "The Suburban Racial Dilemma: Housing and Neighborhoods" is used extensively by educators in the fields of sociology and urban studies. "Cleveland Heights: How Do We Compare To America's Other Older, Inner-Ring Suburbs?" will be the topic of Dr. Keating's presentation at the first annual meeting of Severance Neighborhood Organization, Sunday, April 11, 2010 at 3p.m. at the Cleveland Heights Community Center 1 Monticello Boulevard (at Mayfield Road). Discussion afterwards will be facilitated by Sue Blouch, a Cleveland Heights resident and an expert in organization change, who has has received multiple awards and recognition for her work; she is currently working for Deloitte Consulting.

All are welcome. The program is free; light refreshments will be served. For more information, please call 216-381-5356, visit http://heightssno.org or email sno@heightssno.org. To learn more about Dr. Keating's work and publications, see his faculty profile on the Cleveland State University website. We look forward to seeing you there!"Cleveland Heights: How Do We Compare To America's Other Older, Inner-Ring Suburbs?" A smart alec once defined an expert as "someone who lives 50 miles away". Well, in Dennis Keating's case this is not true. Dr.Keating, JD, PhD is a longtime resident of Cleveland Heights and is also an expert on Cleveland Heights, Shaker Heights, Parma and the other inner-ring suburbs in Cuyahoga County. An internationally renowned authority on housing, urban planning and neighborhood development, he hasalso researched and written extensively about housing policies in Cleveland Heights and Cuyahoga County. Dr. Keating holds a joint faculty appointment in the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and the Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University. Additionally, he has been a visiting scholar and fellow at universities in England and Scotland. A respected author, his book, "The Suburban Racial Dilemma: Housing and Neighborhoods" is used extensively by educators in the fields of sociology and urban studies. "Cleveland Heights: How Do We Compare To America's Other Older, Inner-Ring Suburbs?" will be the topic of Dr. Keating's presentation at the first annual meeting of Severance Neighborhood Organization, Sunday, April 11, 2010 at 3p.m. at the Cleveland Heights Community Center 1 Monticello Boulevard (at Mayfield Road). Discussion afterwards will be facilitated by Sue Blouch, a Cleveland Heights resident and an expert in organization change, who has has received multiple awards and recognition for her work; she is currently working for Deloitte Consulting. All are welcome. The program is free; light refreshments will be served. For more information, please call 216-381-5356, visit http://heightssno.org or email sno@heightssno.org. To learn more about Dr. Keating's work and publications, see his faculty profile on the Cleveland State University website. We look forward to seeing you there!

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