Changes to Cain Park signs may not be for the better
To the Editor:
I was both shocked and dismayed to be slapped in the face the other day by the new electronic signs placed at either end of Cain Park. I know there has been far too much money (taxpayer money?) spent to call for their removal, although correcting this mistake would be well worth the price. While I am well aware that Cleveland Heights is no quaint little New England village, neither are we Beachwood and certainly Cain Park is no Legacy Village.
While it appears that they have been designed to reflect some subtlety for what they actually are, their addition to the landscape has removed all of the charm to the entrances of one of our city’s most valued assets.