Week in Review: YMCA Eyes Second Location; Sweetwater Landing Closing; and Heideloff Rehearing Denied

Miss anything? Here’s a highlight of the Lakewood stories from the week.

In case you missed any of the headlines in Lakewood during the week, we thought we’d highlight a few of ‘em for you.

Rehearing Denied for Historic Designation of Heideloff Property: But the owners of the home have offered to allow neighbors to move the home.

Bob Evans Presents Proposal to City Officials: Officials from the Bob Evans presented preliminary plans for the restaurant chain’s proposed location at the corner of Detroit Avenue and Park Haven Row.

Sweetwater Landing Closing; New Restaurant Taking Over: Emerald Necklace Marina Grille & Waterside Room is expected to open in its place on April 1 after winning the bid to take over the space.

Cardboard Boat Regatta Makes Big Splash at Lakewood High School: 11th annual event on Wednesday helped to teach students about principles of physics. But it's also lots of fun.

WATCH: St. Edward Welcomes Home Its State Champs: The Eagles won their 28th state championship over the weekend in Columbus. Their classmates gave them a warm reception.

On the morning of Feb. 25, a father and his 10-year-old son were walking to school when they were struck by a car while crossing Detroit Avenue near the intersection with Webb.

YMCA Eyeing Second Location on Madison Avenue: Organization officials consider opening wellness center somewhere on the East End of Lakewood.

City officials received word late Monday afternoon that the affects of the federal Congressional sequester will soon hit home in Lakewood. Service programs and local non-profits will feel the pinch.

Clifton Pointe Sold Out; Construction of ‘Phase 2’ Set to Begin: The second project will have five units, and two of those are already in sales negotiations.

‘Stress’ on the City’s General Fund: City’s projected general fund is at $5.07 million — a 55-day reserve — for 2013. Officials would like to get to a 60-day reserve.


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