News of the Week: Restaurant Rejected; 9 Foreclosures; Police Getting License Plate Reader
Here's what happened in Strongsville in the last few days
Here are the top stories from Strongsville this week:
1. Homes in foreclosure -- There are nine houses slated to go to sheriff's sale in September.
2. Traffic study at frustrating intersection -- The city will look at ways to improve the corner of Shurmer and Howe roads.
3. New Chinese restaurant nixed -- The Planning Commission denied a conditional use permit for Little Hong Kong to move into part of the former Hobby Town USA location on Pearl Road.
4. High-tech detection -- Strongsville police are being given an Automatic License Plate Reader that photographs passing vehicles' plate numbers and runs them through a crime database.
5. Police chief appointed safety director -- Charles Goss will be Strongsville's first full-time safety director starting Oct. 1.