The Save Lakewood Hospital group has been granted a motion to file a second amended complaint according to the Cuyahoga County Clerk of Courts docket
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The lawsuit filed last May seeking to keep Lakewood Hospital open will be reviewed again on Wednesday, March 16th.
City Law Director Kevin Butler last month in a legal opinion said he believes courts would hold it is too late to reverse the in-process closure plans despite the outcome of a public vote.
Lakewood Mayor Michael P. Summers hosted his sixth-annual State of the City address at The Lakewood Masonic Temple on Wednesday. (View Presentation Slides)
The Curtis Block building at the corner of Marlowe and Detroit Avenues is historically significant, and new ownership by the city makes it part of an overall plan to redevelop and revitalize properties in the heart of downtown Lakewood.
Lakewood City Council plans March 7 vote on placing Lakewood Hospital issue on the ballot | cleveland.com
City Council likely will vote March 7 to put an issue on either a special August ballot or the November general election that would repeal a December ordinance calling for the closure of Lakewood Hospital.
Lakewood City Council has scheduled a special public meeting to create a formal opportunity for the community to be heard on issues involving healthcare delivery in the city.
The existing emergency department at Lakewood Hospital remains fully operational until the new emergency department is built at the new family health center across the street at the southwest corner of Belle and Detroit avenues.
After nearly one year of fact gathering, feedback from the public, a general election, and negotiations between the city, Lakewood Hospital Association and the Cleveland Clinic, Lakewood City Council unanimously approved a new master agreement designed to ensure the availability of high-quality health care in the city of Lakewood.
Save Lakewood Hospital rallies, calls for city to put hospital closure issue on ballot | cleveland.com
“Potentially, it can,” Board of Elections Director Pat McDonald said when asked if the issue still could make the March ballot. “In a practical sense, it will be very difficult and challenging for us. We are talking with our attorneys.”