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The school district and City plan to sell the publicly owned Coventry School site, including Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Park and Playground, the Green Space and the building that currently houses 8 nonprofits, a private school and a daycare.

Rather than leaving the fate of this site to an outside developer, the members of Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Campus have been working on a comprehensive vision for the site that addresses the needs, and concerns of all those involved. As we prepare to present our vision to City Council on Sept. 11, and then to the Community on Sept. 27, we are asking for your support by adding your name and comment to the list below.

The organizations of Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Campus have proposed redeveloping the site as a permanent home for arts and services, while preserving the playground and green space. With its proximity to the Coventry branch of the Heights Library, and Coventry Road commercial district, the site is unique in Northeast Ohio and ideal for innovative, community-focused development.

This is a priceless opportunity.
Let’s seize it together.

 

 

Stand with Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Campus!

  

Stand with Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Campus!

The organizations of Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Campus have proposed redeveloping the site as a permanent home for arts and services, while preserving the playground and green space. With its proximity to the Coventry branch of the Heights Library, and Coventry Road commercial district, the site is unique in Northeast Ohio and ideal for innovative, community-focused development.

This is a priceless opportunity.
Let’s seize it together.

Show the community that you support the members of Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Campus in their efforts to research, plan and present a comprehensive vision for the future of the Coventry Site.

Please feel free to leave a comment as to why you support their efforts. This may be used across our digital platforms, in our printed materials, and more!

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242 Beverly Carter Designer, Artist, Parent, 44 yr resident of the community Nov 21, 2017
241 Sean Dyroff Nov 20, 2017
240 Patricia Hanavan The organizations of the P.E.A.C.E. Campus are some of Cleveland Heights' greatest gems, and they've made the old school building into a tremendous community asset. Government agencies at every level should be bending over backwards to encourage this existing hub of arts and community. Many cities toil for years to try to develop such a center, and here we have one, fully formed. Nov 18, 2017
239 Marianne Mitri Nov 12, 2017
238 Shanna McGee I am a homeowner in the neighborhood and I wholeheartedly support this plan Nov 10, 2017
237 Charles Owen This proposal is a rare opportunity for Cleveland Heights to develop and protect a community landmark that has come to represent just what Cleveland Heights is made of. Let's not squander this special community asset. Nov 10, 2017
236 Cynthia Larsen My kids went to Coventry. My husband taught there, and now I work there at Lake Erie Ink. Coventry has been the center of my community since I moved here in 2000. I call Cleveland Heights the Berkeley of Ohio to needle my California relatives but also to underscore the importance of diversity, the arts, and creative expression in our community. Nov 07, 2017
235 Minor Cline Oct 25, 2017
234 Catherine Butler The Coventry campus is a great hub for both play and the arts and community organizations, it should be developed to preserve and broaden these uses serving as an anchor to our community Oct 11, 2017
233 John and Sue Janssen Oct 11, 2017
232 Elizabeth Poulos Oct 10, 2017
231 Carol Poulos Oct 10, 2017
230 Jennifer Wintner Oct 10, 2017
229 Suzanne Rivera Oct 10, 2017
228 Stephen Mitchell Oct 10, 2017
227 Dave Budnar Oct 10, 2017
226 Sarah Budnar Oct 10, 2017
225 Margy Weinberg Oct 10, 2017
224 Caroline Krizman Oct 10, 2017
223 DeBorah Hamilton Oct 08, 2017
222 Christine Howey Oct 02, 2017
221 John Comatos We support the plan. Oct 01, 2017
220 Linda Frey We support the plan Oct 01, 2017
219 Maggie Killman Sep 29, 2017
218 Edward Yandek Preserve the CAMPUS and GREEN SPACE Sep 28, 2017
217 Whitney Lloyd The proposal developed in short order shows the lifelong learning of those who developed it. Sep 28, 2017
216 Georgia Lloyd The Green Space focus of the project is especially important for the city. Sep 28, 2017
215 Holly Becker Sep 28, 2017
214 Melinda Weatherlow As a former resident, this park, and the Family Center, were some of the most valuable resources in the community. Heights residents pay exorbitant taxes. They deserve to have the benefits of those funds left to them, not some developer who will Sep 28, 2017
213 Amanda Cobes Sep 27, 2017
212 Damita Ervin Sep 27, 2017
211 Katie Cohen Sep 27, 2017
210 Cindy Young Sep 27, 2017
209 Ronan Karem Sep 27, 2017
208 Katharine O'Connell The creative reuse of this space is just what our city stands for. Let's keep it! Sep 27, 2017
207 Susan Roberts Love the concept Sep 25, 2017
206 Judith Barr It is long overdue to dedicate a central place to the Arts in the Heights. Sep 25, 2017
205 John Martin Sep 24, 2017
204 Jean Martin Sep 24, 2017
203 Zach Miller Sep 21, 2017
202 Michael Miller Sep 21, 2017
201 Evelyn Miller Sep 21, 2017
200 Ralph Pitman Sep 21, 2017
199 Claire Robinson May The Coventry PEACE Campus enriches our neighborhood, our city, and our region. Please listen to the community and do the right thing! Sep 18, 2017
198 Benjamin Zelman Sep 12, 2017
197 Zev Valancy Sep 12, 2017
196 Jean Cummins Please let this site continue to belong to the people of Cleveland Hts. DON'T GIVE IT TO A DEVELOPER!!! Sep 11, 2017
195 Barbara Zoss This is a treasure that needs to be preserved and built upon, for all. Sep 11, 2017
194 Linda Jakob Proud second generation Coventry School pupil and former resident of Cleveland Heights! Sep 09, 2017
193 Mildred Seward This asset is needed I'm our comm6 Sep 08, 2017