Helen Hertz of RE/MAX Traditions has championed our April 26 Noble Community-Wide Home & Yard Sale event with unending enthusiasm and effort. She's invited every real estate agent who has a listing in our area to participate - and you know that's monumental for that highly competitive industry! She's organized the three Cleveland Heights-based brokers - RE/MAX, Keller Williams and Howard Hanna - to co-sponsor our Lolly the Trolley tours with Heights Community Congress. She's worked like a bull dog to make sure our event is successful for all our home sellers. Remember, this day is about boosting our home values by celebrating and displaying our best neighborhood assets - that's you, our residents and institutions. Our event wouldn't be nearly as successful without Helen! With a tip 'o the hat to Casablanca, let me just say to you, Helen, "I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship."
Thanks to Rick Wagner, the Cuyahoga County Land Bank, and all the crews at City Hall for tearing down an abandoned gas station at the corner of Noble and Roanoke. They've removed all the debris and have graded the property for green space. The former eyesore now is a site (and a sight) for sore eyes! We're grateful for all the attention, effort and resources you are giving to our neighborhood.
For the second Saturday, the Cleveland Heights Police Academy was home to our Noble neighborhood property survey efforts. While the snow blew sideways in almost zero visibility conditions at times, we were warmed by Investigator O'Haire's gracious host services. The walkways and parking lot was clear, the building was warm and the coffee was hot - perfect for returning to our "home base" after a morning a logging property conditions and uses.
We're very grateful to the Cleveland Heights Police Department for making this facility available to us for our neighborhood study. I still want to slide down the fireman's pole...
Thanks to Captain Barnard of the CHPD for hosting the Noble Neighbors and Case Western Reserve Univ students today at the Police Academy. Today we kicked off our neighborhood survey by meeting in the classroom space on the second floor. Captain Barnard provided working space and technology support for our training. He allowed us to use the kitchen space to make coffee and offered a smile and helping hand for every request. We appreciate all your efforts!
Many thanks to the publications staff at Cleveland Heights City Hall for shining a spotlight on our neighborhood in the 2014-15 Winter Issue of the FOCUS on Cleveland Heights Ohio. We're glad for the positive publicity which highlight the great features that drew us to become residents of this district. Add more thanks for the terrific text about Noble Neighbors and our upcoming Noble Neighborhood-Wide Home and Yard Sale on April 26, 2015. We appreciate our good partnership with you folks at city hall!
I want to compliment Tony Torres of CH Public Works for his prompt and courteous response to my concern regarding a request for replacement of an old and deteriorated trash receptacle outside of Noble Library at Montevista and Noble Rds. The new trash bin looks great! I left a message for him, he promptly returned my call and acted on my request. This really makes one feel great about our city staff and aids in our motivation to continually look for ways to improve and maintain our neighborhood. I will share my positive experience with my friends and certainly with our Noble Neighbors group as an example of seeing something and reporting it to the appropriate agency and getting results!