Well, the unthinkable happened. The board unanimously approved the sale of the Telling Mansion to Richard Barone.
The meeting went on for three hours. There was an hour of Public Comment where people asked the board to reconsider. There were South Euclid residents, Lyndhurst residents, Lyndhurst Councilmen, Brush High teacher, Brush High student there to show them they are impacting the entire community.
This is a sad, sad day for Lyndhurst and South Euclid. This building will lose its availability to its community.
The fight is not over. We will continue to fight for our mansion….by admin
** IMPORTANT ** IMPORTANT ** IMPORTANT **
Cuyahoga County Public Library board mtg TUESDAY Sept 24 6PM
CCPL Administration Building Auditorium
2111 Snow Road, Parma, OH 44134.
Behind Parma – Snow Branch Library
THIS IS IT! IT IS EXPECTED THE SALE WILL BE APPROVED AT THIS MEETING.
Join our car caravan assembling at the Golden Gate Shopping Center in front of Mens Warehouse. We will be leaving there by 4:30 pm. Look for the SAVE OUR LIBRARY sign.
Residents MUST be at this meeting! Please take a few hours out of your evening and ATTEND. That is all that is necessary. They need to see the FACES of the community that had NO say in the decision they made.
Driving directions are below.
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The council will most likely vote to approve the conditional use permit for the NEW BUILDING to be built on Green Road at this meeting.
This could be the last South Euclid City Council Meeting before the Library Board approves the sale of the Telling Mansion at their September 24 meeting.
We need to be there to show them we do NOT WANT OUR LIBRARY SOLD! You just need to SHOW UP.
Please make a quick call to the people below before that meeting and ask them ‘What is South Euclid doing to stop the sale of our Mansion Library?‘
Dr. Miller (council president) (216)291-0451 Mayor Welo (216)381-0400
WE NEED TO FILL THEIR VOICEMAIL WITH MESSAGES AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE BEFORE MONDAY.
As always…THANKS for your support.by admin
Postcards to Ohio state representatives to urge their help in getting the Cuyahoga County Public Library Board to the table to Stop the Sale of the Mansion.
Call Senator Turner (614) 466-4583 and/or Representative Budish (614) 466-5441 and ask that they help us get the board to the table.
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8:00 p.m. Council Chambers, Lyndhurst City Hall
This is the last meeting we have to show elected officials we do NOT want our library sold and a new one built.
We believe CCPL is going to approve the sale at the Sept 24 board meeting.
September Crunch month! We fear the Cuyahoga County Public Library board will approve the sale of the Telling Mansion Sept. 24.
Please Email or Call the people below to Stop the Sale of the Telling Mansion.
Ohio State Senator Nina Turner
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Ohio House of Rep Armond Budish
(614) 466-5441by admin
TOMORROW: Sept. 10 5:00 pm
Cuyahoga County Council Meeting
The Justice Center
1219 Ontario St. Rm 424
Let’s keep the momentum going! Community members need to be at these meetings to show they care about what is happening.
All you need to do is BE THERE.
Please take an hour to go. Thanks, as always, for your support.by admin
It was a huge success!
We have gathered well over 3,000 total signatures now on our petitions.
We can’t do it without you!!!
We need to continue the community show of support through the month of September as we fear the approval
of the sale of the mansion is coming soon.
Thank you again!by admin
Lyndhurst Homedays is This Weekend!
9/6 (5p-11p) 9/7 (Noon-12a) 9/8 (1p-9p)
We could use Volunteers to help man our booth. If you have a few hours to spare to help distribute information and gather petition signatures from interested visitors we would greatly appreciate it. So, take some time to go to this fun event and help our cause in the process!
Email us at email@example.com and we will be in touch!
As always, Thank You for your support!by admin
Cuyahoga County Public Library board is Fleecing Cuyahoga County!
Take 3½ minutes and listen to this video explaining the financial mess the Cuyahoga County Public Library board has created. $175m debt to Cuyahoga County taxpayers.
Elected officials say that they have no input with what the Cuyahoga County Public Library board decides.
Contact the people who appoint them. Here they are:
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