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There are three Ways to Vote:
1. Vote early (in-person) at the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections
from Sept. 30 through Nov. 3
2. Vote early by Mail.*
3. Vote on Election Day (in person) Nov. 4
Polls are open from 6:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Our recent trip to England, Scotland, and Wales, plus last month’s piece by Matthew Williams is perfect timing for this story.
My craving for craft beers started while stationed in Germany in the late sixties. In Germany, one drinks one’s beer at guest houses. In that era, in addition to the local pilsner, the main choices were Lowenbrau or Becks. Back to the states and it was a 20 year taste drought until Great Lakes Brewery came along in 1988.
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The Heights Observer is a new community supported citizen media project of FutureHeights. We hope to stimulate discussion, inform people about issues that are meaningful in the Heights, support the local economy, and reflect the unique flavor of our communities.
We welcome your comments and suggestions.
Heights Observer Editor
2163 Lee Road, Suite 103
Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44118
Bad officials are elected by good citizens who do not vote.
--George Jean Nathan (1882-1958)
Have you moved recently? Changed your name or address? Turned 18? Recently become a citizen? Been apathetic but want to change your ways?
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The many commercial districts in Cleveland Heights and University Heights define our communities. They are notable for their numbers—upwards of twenty, depending on how you count them—as well as their variety. Some are large and extensive in their offerings; others are small and specialized.
Paula Sonkin CHHS Class of '75 catches up on the hometown news in Los Angeles!
Stop by your local merchant and pick up a copy of the inaugural edition of the Heights Observer, a project of FutureHeights.
FutureHeights' stakeholders encouraged us to continue to innovate and to find new ways to promote community involvement, public expression, and communication. Study of the increasingly popular concept of “hyperlocal journalism” - and a timely encounter with the publishers of The Lakewood Observer - convinced us that our communities need this new voice, the Heights Observer.