Community Groups to Host CH-UH Facilities Master Plan Forum

The Sustainable Heights Network and FutureHeights will host a forum at the Noble Road Presbyterian Church Thursday night

The Sustainable Heights Network and FutureHeights will host a forum Thursday night to discuss the Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District's .

Representatives from the CH-UH and will also be there.

The meeting will start at 7 p.m. at the . Mark Chupp, assistant professor at Case Western Reserve University, will moderate the discussion that will include panelists Joyce Barrett, executive director of Heritage Ohio, Sagree Sharma, urban designer and project manager with the Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative and others.

Those who attend will have an opportunity to ask questions as well.

The meeting will give residents a chance to "explore several aspects of the Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District’s school facilities master planning process, including efficiency, sustainability, historic preservation, educational quality, neighborhood identity, walkability, sense of community and equity in access and opportunity," according to an email from Sustainable Heights.

For more information, contact FutureHeights at 216-320-1423.

Colleen Ialacci March 01, 2012 at 08:52 PM
Thanks for the info available here. It's unfortunate that an important info night for prospective Kindergarten parents for all the elementary schools in Cleveland Heights is tonight also...at Canterbury school at the same time. Very poor planning on someone's part. It's disturbing that our local neighborhood school (Fairfax) may be closing and we are just finding out about it. Wish I could go to the meeting about the building changes tonight. Why isn't this better publicized so people who don't have access to multiple news sources can take part? I feel lucky I at least am plugged into the news available on this site, also through FutureHeights news postings, and contact with friends' posts on Facebook...but many residents have no idea what is going on. It doesn't seem right. The big changes brewing for our city's school district will have a huge impact on all of us.


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