Kaye Lowe retires with a party at Nighttown

Kaye Lowe (second from left) with CH Council Member Mary Dunbar, CH Mayor Carol Roe, and CH Council Member Michael Ungar. Photo by Jack Valancy.

Friends of Kaye Lowe gathered at Nighttown on Jan. 16, to honor her upon her retirement after 18 years of service as executive director of the Cedar Fairmount Special Improvement District (CFSID) and its predecessor, the Cedar Fairmount Business Association.

Members of Cleveland Heights City Council presented her with a plaque at the event.

CFSID has named Heights resident Myra Orenstein its new executive director.

Deanna Bremer Fisher

Deanna Bremer Fisher is executive director of FutureHeights and publisher of the Heights Observer.

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Volume 12, Issue 2, Posted 9:20 AM, 02.01.2019