The Cleveland City Council met yesterday. City Manager Joe Fivas reported to the Council that 10 feet of trail has been lai
The Cleveland City Council met yesterday.
City Manager Joe Fivas reported to the Council that 10 feet of trail has been laid on the Candies Creek Greenway Project. The City is Still trying to find a place for the trailhead and parking before the ribbon cutting.
Fivas also gave an update on the Mouse Creek Intersection Project. The project is now in its final stages. Over the next 3 days, crews will re-line the rest of the lanes, take down current lights, and activate new mast arms.
Council members also learned of a new Downtown Improvement Grant that has secured the city $300,000 for downtown improvements. The money will go to improve Exterior facades, public spaces, and streetscapes. Mainstreet Cleveland will partner to help select facade improvement programs. The Contract should be given to the city in January or February and projects should start in the spring.
Council members also passed Ordinance 2023-46 – Amending the Cleveland Municipal Code to provide regulations for short-term rentals. Council members approved the ordinance unanimously.
The Council approved a Memorandum of Understanding with Bradley County Sheriff’s Office related to the Violent Crimes Intervention Grant and Councilman Dale Hughes presented a resolution to support Israel in this time of conflict. The resolution passed unanimously.
The next City Council meeting will be held on Monday, November 27, 2023.