Bike Cleveland has made a strong case for a bike lane on Madison Ave. Read and sign the petition by visiting this link. Read their proposal below.
LAKEWOOD, OH – U.S. Rep. Dennis Kucinich met with government and railroad officials to review the status of current train agreements and set a future course regarding the relationship between communities and the railroads that run through them. Full Story: Lakewood, surrounding communties on track in giving support to rail projects | cleveland.com
It is now OK to combine paper and mixed recycle together (in blue or clear see-through plastic bags) for Lakewood’s Curbside Recycling Collection. 2012 City of Lakewood, Ohio Recycling Guidelines
Keep Lakewood Beautiful Fall Humus Sale October 8th in the Old Stone House parking lot 9am-12pm. Bags of humus 2-for-$5.00.
More than maintenance issues plague the Cleveland Lakefront State Parks: Euclid Beach and Edgewater, along with Gordon Park, Villa Angela, and Wildwood. There are leaky restrooms in desperate need of renovation, broken picnic tables awaiting repair, no lifeguards on the beaches, and only four rangers to keep the sprawling park areas safe. Full Story: Washed […]
The lakes are the largest freshwater system on Earth, besides what’s tucked away in the polar ice caps, and, as this year’s extreme drought reminds us, fresh water is a huge resource. Keeping it clean and plentiful is on the minds of many. Full Story: Challenges Facing Lake Erie and the Other Great Lakes / […]
Three years after transforming a vacant Lark Street parcel into an urban market garden, the husband-and-wife team of Eric Stoffer and Annabel Khouri are expanding to another area of the neighborhood. The Bay Branch Farm owners last week acquired the land at 2107 Robin Street from the city for $3,000. The property was stripped of […]
The Lakewood Farmers Market opened today and will be open Saturdays June thru October in front of Marc’s Plaza.
Follow-up meetings to the May 14th Lakewood Community Vision Meeting are scheduled for June 25th and June 27th at the University of Akron Lakewood and the main branch of the Lakewood Library. Attendance at the first meeting is not necessary to participate – all are welcome – visit http://www.onelakewood.com/Development/CommunityVision.aspx for more information.
Cuyahoga County’s annual report card on recycling can tell us only so much – who are the best and worst recyclers. Full Story: Best and worst cities for recycling a deeper dive into the numbers | GreenCityBlueLake.