Land and Law
The Seventeenth City Council held its last meeting on Nov. 19, beginning with goodbyes and thank-yous.
Councilor Michael Cadigan sponsored a bill authorizing a hydrologic study for the Quaker Heights neighborhood with its still-rural unpaved streets and private utilities. Another bill appropriates about $750,000 to start buying lots in Volcano Heights for planned open space areas. Some of the lots have been locked up for decades awaiting planning. Both Westside bills passed unanimously.
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