17th, 20th Street Pedestrian Improvements Public Meeting To Be Held Feb. 20

Thursday, February 8, 2018

The City of Cleveland will have a public meeting for the 17th Street and 20th Street Pedestrian Improvements Project on Tuesday, Feb. 20 beginning at 6 p.m. in the Mayfield Elementary School auditorium. This project involves the construction of sidewalks and other improvements on: 
 
1. 17th Street between Keith Street and Harle Avenue (North side of roadway);

2. 17th Street between Harle Avenue and N. Ocoee Street (South side of roadway);

3. 20th Street between Harle Avenue and Parker Street (North side of roadway); and

4. 20th Street between Baugh Street and Neely Circle (South side of roadway).
 
City officials will be discussing the project and the right-of-way easement and/or acquisition process as it affects the properties mentioned above. Property owners within the project area along 17th and 20th Streets are encouraged to attend this meeting. 
 
For additional information regarding this project, contact David Sheely at 423-400-0186 or email dsheely@clevelandtn.gov.


Paintings By Iantha Newton To Be On Exhibit At The Arts Building

Upcoming Street Closings Announced

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ArtsBuild will exhibit the artwork of local professional artist Iantha Newton. Ms. Newton was born in London, England and resides in Chattanooga. She is a past recipient (2017 and 2018) of ... (click for more)

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Happenings

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ArtsBuild will exhibit the artwork of local professional artist Iantha Newton. Ms. Newton was born in London, England and resides in Chattanooga. She is a past recipient (2017 and 2018) of Equity in the Arts, a grants program created by ArtsBuild in partnership with Benwood Foundation to support projects led by local Black and Latino artists. Ms. Newton said, “The Equity in ... (click for more)

Upcoming Street Closings Announced

Here are upcoming street closings: Rossville Avenue will be closed between Johnson Street and Main Street from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. through Tuesday, Jan. 29. Detours will be posted. The southbound lane of Dodson Avenue will be closed between Wilcox Boulevard and Wilson Street on Thursday and Friday between the hours of 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m., as well as Sunday between the ... (click for more)

Breaking News

DA's Office Will Not Prosecute Charges Against Man Who Was Beaten By City Officer

The District Attorney's Office said it will not prosecute charges against a man who was beaten by a city police officer after a traffic stop. The DA is dismissing charges against 37-year-old Fredrico Wolfe. Wolfe was charged in an incident last March 10 with DUI, violating the implied consent law, tampering with evidence, speeding, drug possession and resisting arrest. ... (click for more)

Hamilton County Schools To Close Thursday Due To Expected Ice On Roads

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Opinion

Fake News Strikes Again And Again - Response

Two major stories exploded across the headlines this past week which confirm my opinion that the mainstream media (MSM) is biased, incompetent, and can seldom be trusted to impart the news fairly and accurately. The first instance was the BuzzFeed story regarding Michael Cohen and how he allegedly lied on President Trump's behalf to Congress. Virtually all of the big media outlets ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Walmart vs 535 Morons

There is an anonymous paper on the Internet that tells how Walmart could do a better job running America instead of the pompous flops and duds we send to Washington. Please try to connect the dots on Walmart’s 1.6 million employees and the obscene profits that they make versus our 535 members of Congress who blow through money while “WallyWorld” churns out an average of $20-thousand ... (click for more)