We understand that residents have questions, too—and we want to be open about the process, what it means for home and business owners, and how this project can have a positive impact on Goodyear Heights over the long term. We also want to hear about your overall vision for the neighborhood; we want to know how you see it today and what you would like to see in the future. We’ll explain the benefits that historic designation and a National Register listing can offer, and explain how the process works.
The benefits include:
Recognition of neighborhood’s historic significance at city, state and federal government levels
A prestigious and honorific designation that will promote housing investment, stabilize and preserve property values
No restrictions or requirements for residents in terms of home repairs, maintenance or improvement
Improves neighborhood’s ability to attract investment and funding from public and private resources, including grants for improvement projects
IN ORDER TO BUILD COMMUNITY SUPPORT, WE ARE HAVING A SERIES OF NEIGHBORHOOD MEETINGS TO EXPLAIN THE PROJECT, THE PROCESS AND HOW YOU CAN HELP.
TUESDAY, APRIL 25 – 6PM at Reservoir Park Community Room
SATURDAY MAY 6 – 10AM at Goodyear Heights Presbyterian Church
MONDAY MAY 8 – 10AM at Reservoir Park Community Room
WEDNESDAY MAY 10 – 6PM at Seiberling CLC
Join us to find out more!
Questions? Contact the R.I.G.H.T. Committee – 330-784-6623 or email@example.com
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- SUMMIT COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
- OHIO HISTORY CONNECTION
- NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES
- PROGRESS THROUGH PRESERVATION - AKRON
- CLEVELAND RESTORATION SOCIETY
- THIS OLD HOUSE
- OLD HOUSE ONLINE
- OLD HOUSE WEB
- OLD HOUSE NETWORK
- PRESERVATION DIRECTORY
- NATIONAL TRUST FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION
- STAN HYWET HALL
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