At our March 12th meeting, we welcomed Commissioner Rachid Zoghaib and his team, to explain the soon-to-begin E 185th St Water Pollution Control Project.
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As luck would have it, Jim contact us to place an ad for masonry work in the Observer. It just so happened that we had been looking for someone to do repair work on our chimney, as the bricks were scaling. We had very little luck in finding anyone to even come out to give us a price for such a small job and if they did come out, they wanted to replace most of the chimney at a huge cost. Jim came out the next day and immediately told us we did not have to replace many rows of bricks as we were told. He said he could replace the damaged bricks. The price he quoted us was very reasonable. He came back the next day and replaced the bricks and mortar in no time flat. I would highly recommend Jim for any work that you may need done.
My neighborhood has gotten a bum rap for years. I am proud to say that I grew up on St. Clair and attended Collinwood High school. The lessons and skills I learned living in that neighborhood has followed me throughout my life. It has strengthened me throughout my travels in the United States and worldwide. From swimming at the Y.M.C.A. or skating at the Shaw roller rink. Today I live in Slavic Village quite a change from 117th and St. Clair. Slavic Village use to get a bum rap as well however has manifested into something quite enchanting. On May 4th some friends and I are going to add to the enchantment in Slavic Village by putting on a comedy show at the Magalen 5203 Fleet Avenue Cleveland, Ohio. The doors will open at 7pm and show time is 8pm sharp. For tickets please Contact Yolanda 1-330-775-9027 or Shawn 216-254-5162. Like my old neighborhood is revitalizing itself with the Eastside Market and other projects in the works let’s bring some of that positive Glenville energy to Slavic Village. Thanking you all in advance.... YuShan Shakir..
Welcome to a story about a the real life haunted house on Cleveland’s east side !! On a long quiet street, where half of the houses are torn down, the street looks like a ghost town! There's a home that sits abandoned and haunted on Locke Ave, 12817 Locke Ave. is the address of the house where the residents of the street say this home is haunted. People have recalled hearing all kind of strange sounds banging, slamming, walking, stomping and moaning. I can vouch for those claims, because I witnessed it myself. All these unexplained sounds. I was there and heard them all. There was a tragic event that happened, a man was murdered in his house by a family member. The murder victim name was Paul Cotton, I had a opportunity to experience these strange but memorable activities. I had to clean and bag up Paul’s belongings, while I was doing this I kept hearing a knock at the door.
One of the perks of our job running NEOFOODIES is we get heads up on any new restaurants or when a restaurant comes under new ownership. When that happens, we feel it’s our duty to check them out for our readers. This review comes from 2 diﬀerent perspectives, 1) As owner & Administrator of NEOFOODIES & 2) As an artist who works on Waterloo. The latter is just as important as the former because Waterloo is lined up & down the street with a thriving arts & culture scene all looking for where to eat.
Are you in need of interior or exterior home repairs? Greater Collinwood Development Corporation (formerly Collinwood and Nottingham Villages Corporation) with funding through the McGregor Foundation, is assisting senior homeowners with free home improvements that will improve the safety of their homes. These improvements include interior and exterior handrail repair and installation, installing toilet and tub safety bars, exterior lighting, and gutter/downspout repair. For more information or to obtain an application please contact Carly Lovely at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 216-383-9772 ext. 209. Completed applications must be submitted by March 22, 2019.
The new humphrey popcorn Company store is now open in its new home at 819 E.185th Street Cleveland ohio (next to the historic LaSalle Theatre).
By: Taylor Morgan and Jordan Moul
WHIPS for Easter (milk chocolate or dark)
We are just weeks away from the third annual Collinwood v. Euclid “Big Clean” Great American Cleanup on Saturday, April 6th, 2019 from 9am to 1pm at Villa Angela – St. Joseph High School.
The February 12th meeting of the E 185th Neighborhood Association was full of news and information for our community.
We started humbly in a 2-car garage. There was literally no overhead except the folding chairs we bought to sit on and the pizza we ordered. We were able to sell a dining set others were selling for $5,000, for $1,800. With growth and the right people, we have been able to expand that idea with two warehouses over 25,000 sq. feet and offer over 4000 products! We still use the same formula when pricing our products, and we can do that due to the volume in which we sell our products. We can also thank all the customers that understand how we do things, the word of mouth and all the repeat customers. Take a look around, we are always running specials and we do not hound you. Just let us know if you have questions or when you find something you like! Stop in today.
People have been de-cluttering their homes since January 1 when Netflix debuted the show 'Tidying Up with Marie Kondo'.
PLEASE NOTE THIS ARTICLE IS WRITTEN BY ALEXIA CASTILLO, PARAPROFESSIONAL INTERN, NEORSD. THANKS!
Young Leaders Program is hiring for different positions for our non profit organization.We are looking for individuals who have a passion for their community and really want to make a difference. We are looking for things such as service specialist, treasurers & co treasurers for more info on our positions call us at 216 6225849
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Without a doubt, the last few years - and especially this past summer - have been a whirlwind of rumors, conjecture - and questions - about the Northeast Shores Development Corporation, and its future.
Prior to the resignations of the former Board of Directors of NSDC, which took effect on October 31, three new Board members were elected for terms, which began on November 1, 2018, and the new Board elected one additional member. We are:
- Caroline Peak- President
- Elva Brodnick -Secretary
- Rhonda McLean -Treasurer/ Vice Chair
- Crystal Williams-Property Expert
Our January meeting featured Patti Choby, from the Cobalt Group, who has been coordinating the planning and building of our new Oliver Hazard Perry School.
Imagine, for a moment, that you cannot afford to purchase food for yourself or your family. With food stamps providing enough to get about $15 each month, there is often very little that people can buy with that much money, as it only provides $.50 each day if they are used evenly throughout the month. For many Cleveland families, this is not imagination. These hardships are equally met
It was a grand old time, at the E 185th Neighborhood Association's (the "Block Watch") December 11th meeting. Good food, good neighbors - & books! Lots of books!
Collinwood,OH- CAMHP Foundation and local university students from schools of economics, political science, psychology, and sociology will work with high school seniors, including Collinwood High School to collaborate on Tech Power To the People: A Citizens’ Initiative. The initiative’s purpose is to bring to the 2020 ballot the use of Blockchain as an app tool for Ohio residents to upload identifying information and other pertinent financial information to apply, attest, and reattest for social services and benefits.
Driving from South Collinwood over to the East 185th area I thought about the dichotomy of economics in Cleveland. The quick shift from burned down apartment buildings to quaint houses and welcoming bars and cafes on East 185th Street is jarring. Cleveland has been listed in several articles across the United States as a member of economically segregated cities. A new publication by Kate Wallis at Center for Community Solutions blamed the color of one’s skin as the primary factor for Cleveland’s segregation problems; however, there are many other contributing factors that cause the socioeconomic segregation. Cleveland neighborhood residents can each provide a story about why they think Cleveland’s dichotomous economic state of affairs exist. There are deep, emotional stories that speak deeper than race and live among our communities to help understand a person’s individual socio-economic struggles. We lose the opportunity to understand human relationships when we hang our hat on race and call it a day.
The average car has around 30,000 parts, and I only know what like 10 of them actually do. I have many skills but mechanics was never one of them, that’s why I take my car to Rich, my car doctor, saying “she’s not sounding too good, so let’s see Rich for a checkup”, and he never let’s me down.
Rich Ziegler has been the owner of Master Mechanical on East 200th St. for as long as I can remember, and has taken care of every car I’ve had from 16yrs old to my now 37yrs old, including getting my old car ready to drive across the country to Seattle.
Baker Chocolate Whips
Birth certificates, drivers licenses, and social security cards are valuable documents we all need to rent a house, to turn on our utilities, to attend school, and so much more. There is a technology called blockchain that can allow all of us to save our documents safely online. This system called blockchain can protect our information from hackers, ensure privacy, while allowing us unlimited use of our information to our best benefit. With blockchain, we all have the ability to provide permission to others, like caseworkers and employers, to view our information for the purpose of receiving and renewing services, seeking employment, and enrolling/re-enrolling in school. With this secured viewing of our documents, we control access to our documents, while having the capacity to share the same documents for multiple purposes. The ability to share the same documents in multiple directions creates the power to pursue our goals for ourselves, our children, and our community.
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(Courtesy of Guest Columnist Paolo Guerreri, manager, Alesci’s of Shoregate)
Cleveland, Ohio – Child and Family Advocates of Cuyahoga County (CFACC) welcomes Tricia Kuivinen as the new Executive Director. Kuivinen’s first day with CFACC will be Monday, October 29, 2018.
In November of 1918 an armistice was signed to bring to an end to World War I better known as “the war to end all wars.” The armistice was signed between the Western Allies and Germany to bring about the cessation of hostilities on the Western Front and took effect at the "eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month" of 1918.
In November 1919, President Wilson, proclaimed the first commemoration of Armistice Day with the following words, "To us in America, the reflections of Armistice Day will be filled with solemn pride in the heroism of those who died in the country’s service and with gratitude for the victory, both because of the thing from which it has freed us and because of the opportunity it has given America to show her sympathy with peace and justice in the councils of the nations…"
November 11th signifies the ending of hostilities in 1918. Unfortunately, we have been involved in far too many more wars and conflicts since 1918. Since that first commemoration till today it is a way of honoring ALL VETERANS who “volunteered to boldly defend and valiantly preserve our Nation’s liberties and freedoms.” The American Veteran should always be seen as the model of true heroism, service and sacrifice. Our Veterans are separated by the generations from the time our Country was founded to today and yet these same men and women are a testament to the inherent spirit of patriotism.
I would like to think that “Greater” signifies not only its enormous area (all of Collinwood, Nottingham Village and Euclid Green) but how much greater Collinwood is going to become with its leadership.
The handover meeting last Thursday, at the Rec Center, was chaired by Scott Mills, president of the Northeast Shores board, introducing Jamar Doyle, GCDC’s executive director. GCDC has a staff of 13 (including Camille Maxwell, Carly Lovely and Jamie Baker from NSDC), with offices at 15614 Saint Clair and multiple programs at Five Pointe Community Center on E152. NSDC is now represented by New Village Corp, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Neighborhood Progress, Inc. (NPI), that develops real estate projects in joint ventures with community-based development corporations and private investors – a relationship designed to market the troubled LaSalle.
Jamar came to Collinwood from St. Clair Superior DevCorp, where he was Associate Director, and has a BA in Urban Studies and Political Science from the University of Pittsburgh, plus an MA from CSU in Urban Planning, Design and Development. He also has a lot of energy and a talent for listening, both of which he will need. And visions: of Collinwood as a transit corridor carrying suburbanites from the Heights to the lake, from the eastern suburbs to downtown – suppose we turn those corridors into billboards advertising Collinwood’s easily reached attractions; already, an audience member testified, her Beachwood friends are enchanted by the restaurants on E185. And Five Points, which was a serious shopping center, back in the day; it still has assets – all those municipal buildings, and empty buildings instead of empty lots – materials to work with.
James E. DeGeronimo, Sr. (Business)
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Evening Performances Oct. 12,13,19,and 20 at 7:30 PM
Sunday Matinees: Oct. 14 and 21 at 2:00 PM
Shore Cultural Centre, 291 East 222nd Street, Euclid, Ohio
Intersections of 222nd Street, Babbitt Road & Lake Shore Blvd.
Tickets in advance: Adult $15.00(Over 60/Under 17- $13.00)
At the door: Adult $17.00( Over 60/Under 17 - $15.00)
Groups of 20 or more Reserved Seating
For tickets call 216-219-3630 or 216-289-8578
Kudos and THANK YOU to each and every neighbor who made the 2nd annual Collinwood Community Potluck a success in early August! From the delicious homemade dishes to the scrumptious local restaurant fare, we came together to feed over 150 people and are still feeding more neighbors – through the non-perishable food donation drive we set up at Euclid Beach Park.
Over the past few years, Little Free Libraries popped up in our neighborhood thanks to caring stewards and the understood importance of literacy. Now, there is a new way to give and take – everything from little toys to non-perishable food, from toiletries to notes of positivity, and yes, even books.
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Voters have many important decisions to make in the November 6th General Election. There are federal, state, county and judicial candidates on the ballot. There will also be state and local issues to be decided by voters.
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On July 1st a bold step was taken toward realizing the vision of a united Collinwood community development corporation (CDC). The board of the Collinwood Nottingham Villages Development Corporation voted in June to expand their service area to incorporate the entire North Shore Collinwood area and the Euclid Green neighborhood.
Former staff members of Northeast Shores have joined the dedicated staff of Collinwood Nottingham Villages Development Corporation and will continue their work with residents and businesses in North Shore Collinwood and throughout our community. Ms. Camille Maxwell will serve as Senior Director, focusing on Real Estate Development and Business Engagement. Ms. Carly Lovely will continue her work as Project Coordinator, maintaining her outreach efforts with various community groups. Lastly, Ms. Jamie Baker, who joins the team with extensive grant writing experience, will lead grant writing efforts and funding diversification. In total there will be thirteen staff members to service the needs of the greater community.
By expanding the service area, our unified boundaries will now extend from the lakefront, south to the Cleveland/ Euclid/South Euclid border, and extend east from E. 131st Street to Cleveland/Euclid border at East 200th Street. We will now serve over 35,000 residents who live in this area, which also includes seven commercial districts and four industrial corridors.
Our new efforts will provide all of the services CDCs are expected to provide to residents and local businesses alike: support to block clubs, civic organizations and neighborhood groups; business attraction, retention and engagement; neighborhood planning and development services; housing redevelopment; arts-based redevelopment initiatives, creative placemaking efforts, and neighborhood planning.
Without generous donations and a grant match from Cleveland Climate Action Fund the Art of Nature summer program at Collinwood Friends Garden would not have been possible! THANK YOU!
With the funds, we were able to employ high school students from Cleveland School of the Arts to plant and maintain a portion of the Collinwood Friends Garden. They participated in the Garden Walk Cleveland event and in October they will participate in the Freshtober cooking contest at Tri-C. They are well prepared this year since they were able to take cooking classes from Chef Kayla Wiley. A digital copy of the recipes they learned will be available at www.facebook.com/collinwoodfriendsgarden.
Students also participated in painting classes. This was a launch for a special project from the kitchens of CMSD- CSA students will donate paintings promoting healhy eating to elementary school cafeterias across the district.
Thanks for the great response to our advertisement in the July issue about our free Technology Workshop to learn to fix computers. It seems that many of you are having a fun summer and just can’t get to the Collinwood Recreation Center from 3-5pm on Monday, Wednesday, or Friday, but your questions and interest are great. We thought this month we would answer your questions.
Dr. Lee Rosen, PHD, Class of 1965
Would you like to volunteer close to home where you can make a meaningful difference to families in the community? Hospice of the Western Reserve, a nonprofit organization that helps families through one of life’s most difficult times, is seeking caring people who want to give back to others by becoming a hands-on care volunteer. New volunteers are needed to join the hospice team to provide compassionate support and comfort to patients and families at David Simpson Hospice House, the inpatient care unit on E. 185th Street in Collinwood.
Combining Blockchain with Ancient Incan Technology Local Latina Grandmother Fights Child Homelessness
The CAMHP Foundation and EPCT (Economic and Applied Psychoanalytic Chain Technologies) are currently setting up a partnership with Cuyahoga County to operate a one-year pilot project to test the use of blockchain technology and its ability to increase the quality of life while stimulating the local economy. It is this joint task force’s belief that EPCT’s eKhipu platform will provide consumers access to self-manage and navigate their personal data in a financially beneficial manner.
EPCT’s eKhipu platform is a consumer-driven and controlled personal technological depository and database. It is designed and tested by those with firsthand experience utilizing benefits to aid in the development and recovery of a consumer’s relative economic stability. The eKhipu platform’s value is in the support of a consumer’s collaborative work with his/her/their socio-economic environment. Such collaboration has the capacity to financially engage in a more beneficial manner with this socio-economic environment regardless of income or status.
The purpose of this pilot program is to help those currently at-risk or in crisis as well as to test the use of the technology to escalate or maintain public benefits participants’ economic rigor. “Economic rigor” is a concept defined by the Foundation’s matriarch Danielle Dronet as “the personal courage and endurance to effectively evaluate, develop, and manage personal finances over time”. Along with this, the program aims to decrease the following: homelessness (esp. among youth and families), workload for county employees, complaints against county employees, and redundancy in county work duties. Concurrently it also endeavors to increase: healthy positive relationships between county employees, public benefits recipients, and their government; attraction to the area as a potential residency/business location; and county revenue -along with many other exciting prospects.
Silhouette Productions would like to thank all Volunteers, Donators, Hole Sponsors, Golfers, Entertainment, Briardale Greens and their professional Staff for making this event a success.
(Q&A with Brian Schaffran, owner, Skidmark Garage, a community motorcycle garage)
(Q&A with John Willett, Strongsville High School and Polaris Career Center graduating senior)
Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 3-5pm through August 24th the Collinwood Recreation Center is hosting a free hands on experience where high school students can learn to rebuild computers. Industry needs computer technicians who understand how to maintain systems and the non-profit organization, Classrooms to Corporations, is conducting the FREE technology workshop for up to 12 high school students. While the initial goal is to teach students how to refurbish computers, the long-term goal is to see which students have the aptitude, desire, and discipline to enter a more formalized FREE licensing process which can lead to internships and future employment. Come check us out and bring a friend. Wanna rule the world? Learning about computers is a good start! For more information call Gary Minadeo, 440-840-6164.
Children’s Garden is Planted & Ready to Water at Memorial Nottingham Library!