And this comes just days after the Thanksgiving holiday.
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A plan being considered would require cities to add more money into police and fire pensions.
One reason might surprise you.
But some question why.
Cleveland’s Office of Professional Standards (OPS) is looking for a new administrator. Its former chief, Roger Smith, ended his tenure there Friday after three-and-a-half years investigating complaints against police.
The fate of Shaker Square will likely be left to next year’s Cleveland City Council to decide. At a neighborhood meeting Friday, Ward 4 Councilwoman Anita Gardner said she would table a proposed $12 million city loan to pull the property out of foreclosure.
Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals and MetroHealth will begin adjusting the scheduling of non-urgent surgeries as all three hospitals are experiencing a sharp influx of COVID-19 patients, according to a joint statement issued by the hospital systems Friday. The change will free up resources for patients experiencing an emergency or life-threatening illness and help the hospitals manage staffing demands, said Dr. Robert Wyllie, chief of medical operations at Cleveland Clinic.
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