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Countryside Program finds new home

David Beach  |  04/11/06 @ 3:08pm

The Countryside Program, which helps rural communities in Northeast Ohio implement compact, well planned development that conserves land and natural areas, has found a new home at the Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University. Previously, the program was sponsored by the Western Reserve Resource Conservation & Development Council. The program's coordinator, Kirby Date, says, "We will continue to serve...more

Questioning cities

David Beach  |  04/11/06 @ 10:25am

Regionalism keeps spreading. Now we're hearing that some citizens in University Heights — a city that already shares a school district and public library with Cleveland Heights and is exploring the sharing of recreation facilities with other communities — are questioning why their small city should exist.  In their email discussions they are adopting the slogan "Dissolve University Heights," or "DUH."...more

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