David Lewanski

  • Pinecrest Development in Orange One Step Closer to Construction Start

    A small village in Northeast Ohio is about to have a huge impact on the entire area. On November 5, residents of the village of Orange voted to approve plans to rezone a residential neighborhood and pave the way for a 76-acre mixed-use project that will bring new, upscale shopping to the region. According to unofficial results from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections, 709 people voted for Issue 51, while 532 were against it.

    Cleveland 18 November 2013 22:14

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