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Posted on: April 17, 2020

Update from Cleveland Heights City Manager Tanisha R. Briley - April 17, 2020

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The next City Council meeting is this Monday, April 20 at 7:30pm and will be streamed live at The agenda can be found on the City’s website.

If you have an issue you would like to bring up during the traditional public comment part of official Council meetings, please email it to Comments received by 5pm on Monday April 20 will be read into the record during the meeting.

You are also welcome to watch the Council’s Committee of the Whole meeting that will begin at 7:00pm and then we will go directly into the City Council meeting. You will use the same link noted above.

The State continues to take actions to protect all residents of Ohio. Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost reinforced that "the stimulus checks are intended to be used during an emergency to put food on the table, keep the lights on, and a roof over our heads. It wasn’t meant to pay off an old bill." Yost, in a letter to creditors and financial institutions, warned that the stimulus checks are exempt from state and federal attachment, garnishment or execution and are protected under Ohio law. 

If you have questions about current personal COVID-19 financial assistance, you can visit the Cleveland Heights COVID-19 Unemployment and Stimulus page. 

Just a reminder that Ohio’s primary election will be conducted exclusively as a Vote-by-Mail election for eligible voters, but ballots won’t be mailed out automatically. Voters must request them by printing out an application, filling it out and mailing it to the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections. For those who don’t have access to a computer or printer, Reaching Heights has made several blank vote-by-mail applications available at the Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Campus main door for residents to pick up. Once the BOE processes the application, an official ballot will be mailed to the eligible voter’s home address. Ballots must be mailed/and or returned to the BOE by 7:30pm on April 28.

Looking for something to keep you and/or your children stimulated? Explore Cleveland Metroparks from your home with their Online Nature Center! Parents can find activities for all ages including scavenger hunts, crafts, trivia, citizen science opportunities, nature guides and more.

The list of Cleveland Heights open businesses during COVID-19 restrictions is updated and posted to the City’s website regularly. The list is based on the best information available to us at the time. Please contact the individual business to confirm times and availability. Let’s continue to support our local businesses - order takeout/delivery, buy gift cards, make online purchases.


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