Cleveland Heights City Council recently created a Transportation Advisory Committee and is looking for residents to serve on the TAC, which will meet quarterly. The purpose of the committee is to provide a means for the community to obtain information about matters related to transportation - especially alternate modes - within Cleveland Heights and about the City’s connectivity to nearby regions. The Committee will also make recommendations to Council on transportation plans for the City.
The Committee will have 10 members appointed by Council and three City staff. Appointed members shall include residents to represent the interests of the following: bicyclists, pedestrians, transit users, disabled persons, the educational community in the CH-UH School District and the Cleveland Heights business community. Applications are due by November 25!
For information and an application click HERE
Building Our Sustainable Future: Sustainable Schools, Sustainable Community
Community Tour of Heights High and Sustainable Heights Networking Event on October 2, 2013. Thank you Dennis Dadich, Laura Marks, Ian Hadden, Steve Dzuranin, and Patrick Mullen for the tour of Hts High's infrastructure.
Sustainable Heights Network is a grassroots, all-volunteer networking effort in Cleveland Heights and University Heights, Ohio.
SHN's primary intent is to pool local information on sustainability and make it readily available to the community. We hope citizens and groups find this shared information useful as they engage in advocacy and action for a healthy and resilient future for all.
SHN publishes a weekly eNews, calendar, an active Facebook, an informative website and creates and hosts community networking events. SUBMIT your information, news, and events today.
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Indy Biz celebrated at FutureHeights 2013 Best of the Heights Awards
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