TONIGHT at 7pm is 1 of 3 opportunities to make public comments about Cleveland Heights proposed Sustainable Zoning Code Amendment.
1. Tonight the Planning Commission will be briefed on the changes, receive public comment and begin discussion. Meeting is Council Chambers located in City Hall, 40 Severance Circle at 7:00 pm.
2. City Council holds a public hearing March 26 at 7:00 p.m. at the Community Center, 1 Monticello Blvd.
3. The Planning Commission discusses amendments, receives additional public comment and prepares recommendations on April 11th in Council Chambers located in City Hall, 40 Severance Circle at 7:00 p.m.
City Council will consider the Planning Commission’s recommendation and adopt the sustainable zoning amendments on April 16.
The Public is invited to attend all of these public meetings.
More details at the Cleveland Heights website.
You can also read a copy of the Zoning Code and proposed changes.
The first revision of the Sustainable Zoning Code Amendment is the addition of this line: and the implementation of the principles of sustainability and protection of the physical environment and natural resources for all citizens.
The question naturally arises: WHY DID CLEVELAND HEIGHTS CITY OFFICIALS DO NOTHING WHEN CITIZENS AND THE TRUST FOR PUBLIC LAND APPROACHED THEM REPEATEDLY ABOUT TURNING OAKWOOD INTO A METROPARK?