October 31, 2014

Medina
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Nonprofit says it can’t afford bringing property up to code

MEDINA — Medina Creative Housing has hit some roadblocks with its plan to develop a city-owned property at 406 S. Broadway St. into a cafe, bicycle rental and gift shop. Dianne DePasquale-Hagerty, executive director of the organization, presented the problems to City Council’s Finance Committee on Monday. She said the organization would face about $50,700 Read More…

I-71 work not to cost Brunswick

BRUNSWICK — A public hearing will be held Wednesday evening on a proposal to reduce congestion on the southbound exit ramp from Interstate 71 to Center Road at no cost to the city. Planned improvements include widening, extending and restriping the southbound exit ramp to give motorists more time to merge onto Center Road (state Read More…