Cleveland Heights wrote the best Complete Streets policy in the country in 2018.
How significant is it that Falter is the title of Bill McKibben’s new book rather than an equally worthy—but perhaps anachronistic name—like Rise?
Cleveland Heights became the second community in Northeast Ohio to adopt a Complete and Green Streets policy in 2018, after the City of Cleveland in 2011 adopted its dual purpose policy aimed at improving the safety and environmental performance of its streets with a focus on individuals, from seniors to kids to transit users. The language in the policy is...
Trees are the centerpiece of Cuyahoga County’s new plan to rejuvenate a county that is at a crossroad. Adding a couple of strategic goals, and using County resources to do it, would make an already good idea even better.
Doreen Schreiber is one of six “ladies in waste” at the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District. Her role as Business Recycling Specialist is to help companies walk through the often-complicated business of reducing waste, and that includes recycling, composting, donating and strategizing how to reduce what’s going into a landfill.
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