Catch up on the week’s news.
Were you outside enjoying the beautiful spring weather this week? (No, it’s not summer yet, despite what the thermometer says!) If you said yes, don’t worry that you may have missed a story or two—just catch up on the big news of the week below: And speaking of this week’s fantastic weather, it’s just the first week of spring. You can add your spring photos to this post.
The agreement asks the cities of Cuyahoga County not to attract businesses from neighboring communities.
Brecksville will sign on to the county’s anti-poaching agreement, Mayor Jerry N. Hruby said earlier this week at the City Council meeting. “We think it’s a good thing for the entire county,” Hruby said. Cuyahoga County Executive Ed Fitzgerald introduced the anti-poaching protocol in the summer and revised it this fall. The protocol asks communities in Cuyahoga County not to entice businesses to leave one city for another, according to a media release from the executive’s office. When the plan was initially introduced in June, some local governments expressed concerns, so the county office made changes. Hruby said Brecksville’s original concerns have been removed from the agreement, and he’s pleased that the county executive worked with …