Fire them. It's that simple.
Was some of Lance Armstrong's "vitamins" used to provide a boost for the cabbage? All bad jokes aside, the youngster certainly has a green thumb.
...maybe an angle is to check out all the documents they filled out in a search for who they knew to notch the city jobs.
2000 seat venue?
Doubt we'll see U2 there any time soon but good luck!!!!
True....We don't need attitude like this simply because he didn't get his way....
"including bans on firearms in certain buildings would be maintained"....I'll take that to mean that guns won't be allowed in the State Capitol.....Rep. Lynch, what are you worried about? Someone entering the Statehouse w/the intent to hurt/kill someone? When guns are allowed in the Statehouse, let me know.
Still the Metroparks is a jewel in the crown that is Cleveland....
Hope the Towpath gets some love and connects Cle downtown to Akron....
It's 20, not 21. It's okay though. Counting is hard.
I have no problem with Cleveland having a Latino station - just don't take MINE! I grew up in the days when radio jocks could play what THEY wanted, and what their audience wanted, instead of being forced to play whatever the music moguls said they should. 87.7 Cleveland Sound is the first station in a long time that resembles the radio I grew up with & loved. It is the ONLY station that pulls me away from satellite radio. The DJ's care about their music & are much more knowledgeable about it than any of the other DJ's on local stations. One of the first times I tuned in, I heard Barry White, NIN, U2, Dean Martin & Red Hot Chili Peppers all within my 35 minute drive into work. Where else are you going to get that kind of variety?
REMEMBER WHEN BEDFORD AND BEDFORD HEIGHTS WAS WHITE? WE DIDN'T HAVE THIS PROBLEM. ONLY WITH CROAKWOOD VILLAGE........
Rick from Pawn Stars will offer $75 cash/money...and it is the final offer.
The last couple of paragraphs are interesting. If the developer is a childish hothead, he should be sent packing.
Lakewood Park is an absolute gem......and the city does an outstanding job in clearing the looping trail in the winter.
Thank you. You are right there are alot of great people in the area that like this type of establishement and like to support there area. If more people had an open mind like you and looked into brining their business into the area, this could be the next or better tremont !
The franchise is still operated like an expansion team in the third year of trying to figure things out on the gridiron.
Can it be updated when newer QB's are drafted/signed?
The Lakewood Peace Stone, part of the National Coast-to-Coast 'Great American Peace Trail' and the 'Worlds Children Peace Monument' (WCPM) was dedicated at the new Lakewood Park as Official part of the 2013 International Peace Day Activities.
The Lakewood Peace Stone Committee thanked Rep. Marsha Fudge and Senator Michael Skindell (D) for their support for making the worthwhile peace project a success and Lakewood Mayor Michael P. Summers for making it a reality to the children of Lakewood! In the historic re-unification of the North Coast Community, as part of the Iceality Silver Revelation, North East Ohio Area has been 'branded' as the Home of the Environmental Art(s) Movement by the International Center for Environmental Arts (ICEA) as a 'Cultural Industry', to foster civic identity, cultivate jobs and tourism, and brand Ohio Environmental Arts and Culture District in the Bioregion.
"We now have the power to make this World a beautiful place one child at a time. Begin with your own child and watch how that child radiates towards the other Worlds children." says Ambassador Renate.
The “Worlds Children Peace Monument" (WCPM) and the “Great American Peace Trail" (GAPT) Projects are international, public participatory art projects designed to engage children with cross-cultural awareness in order to attain the common goal of sharing peace and diversity with their neighbors. The peace projects utilizing the Theory of Iceality on Environmental Arts, have direct community impact through neighborhood beautification, community and economic development while building self-esteem and hope in America. They will help to build better neighborhoods where everyone can live, respect and accept each other as they diplomatically negotiate errors and differences of prejudice and hatred and instill in its place the belief in the necessity of communication.
Gone too soon, RIP Fela, leave this cruel world in peace surrounded by angels leading you to Paradise.
Something I want to add, every night for the past 2
weeks I've seen a Cleveland patrol car #232 coming out of Parma on ridge road usually around 1:30/2:00am. What is a Cleveland patrol car doing in Parma at that hour?
The MetroParks Leadership have always appeared to me to be arrogant and elitist. They overspend and overbuild and overdevelop. Acquisition is important but preservation is more important. Education is important but should be done with minimal intrusion so that that which you are teaching about isn't spoiled to teach the lesson. It seams that the Motto is "Build it up and they will come". I love the park system. I have loved them since my child hood raised in Berea and taking walks with my parents in the Rocky River Reservation before the park built the building at the point. We would take walks and see small animals in cages along the trail. In many ways the parks have improved the experience but the long term goal, I feel, still needs to be how to get the public appreciate the outdoors experience for what it is- a natural event. I hate to see the parks go the way of our sports events have gone just to get peoples attention. Sports venues tell you when to yell. clap. boo, play music and have contests to distract us from the real experience all the while selling over priced food and merchandise to keep us occupied.
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