Euclid nearing completion of first round of county demolition program projects (The News Herald)

 Euclid was one of two communities to receive the maximum $1 million in the first round of Cuyahoga County’s property demolition program.

With that funding, 31 structures have either been demolished or in the process of being demolished, said Jonathan Holody, Euclid planning and development director.

A majority of the structures that have been demolished are residential structures, but more of the funds have been used to tear down commercial buildings, Holody said.

Among the commercial structures demolished with funding from the county is the former Lakeshore Chevy on East 185th Street that has sat vacant since 2008.

The city now owns the 1.3-acre site and Holody said they will start marketing the property for development soon…..

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