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Update: Solon City Council approved the preliminary plat for the Neptune Oval Estates subdivision.

The News Herald reported on sustainability programs in three east-side Cuyahoga County suburbs: the stormwater management project at Mayfield Heights City Hall, the Mayfield Village Greenway Corridor, and the City of South Euclid's Green Neighborhoods Initiative.

Hillcrest Hospital opened its new Jane and Lee Seidman Tower on Wednesday, marking the completion of the hospital's $163 million expansion and renovation project. The new facility adds 72 beds and 180,000 square feet to the hospital in Mayfield Heights.

One of the 13 Cuyahoga County water quality improvement projects funded by GLRI/SWIF grants is a green infrastructure demonstration project on the grounds of Mayfield Heights City Hall. The City received $231,000 to create a rain garden, install pervious pavement, and plant bioswales.

The Jane and Lee Seidman Tower was topped out on Wednesday. The new 72-bed patient tower is part of the $163 million expansion of Hillcrest Hospital in Mayfield Heights.

The City of Mayfield Heights may create a new mixed-use zoning classification. The proposed change was not prompted by a development proposal.

Construction of the Hillcrest Hospital expansion in Mayfield Heights is underway. The work is scheduled to be finished in 2010. In Middleburg Heights, plans were announced for a new 21,100 square foot medical office building next to the Big Creek Surgery Center on Bagley Road.

While the developer of Mayfield Heights Town Center is happy with the performance of the shopping center, Brunswick Town Center in Medina County has not lived up to expectations.

Mayfield Heights City Council upheld a Planning Commission decision and rejected Global Country of World Peace's request to build a wellness center and conference center on Lander Road. The organization had previously sought to build a peace palace on the site.

Mayfield Heights City Council approved the expansion plans for Hillcrest Hospital, but tabled a decision on the proposed peace palace on Lander Road. Construction of the $162 million hospital expansion is scheduled to begin in early May.

Officials in Mayfield Heights have not been receptive to plans for a "peace palace" on Lander Road, and the Global Country of World Peace is suing the City, saying they were refused setback variances that were granted to neighboring offices.

Plans to construct a cell tower in Acacia Memorial Park Cemetery in Mayfield Heights have been delayed. The Cemetery and T-Mobile will not seek approval for the proposal while Mayor Costabile continues discussions with them and neighbors opposed to the tower.

Some Mayfield Heights residents are opposed to a plan to build a cell tower at Acacia Park Cemetery on SOM Center Road. The proposed 140 foot tall tower would be disguised as a flagpole.

On Friday, Hillcrest Hospital announced plans for a $163 million expansion and renovation of its campus at Mayfield and SOM Center Roads in Mayfield Heights. The five year project includes plans for a new 72-bed tower and an enlarged emergency and trauma area.

Some people in Northeast Ohio are leery of Maharishi's plans to build Peace Palaces in Brecksville, Mayfield Heights, Parma, and Strongsville because of poor experiences with properties he formerly owned in North Randall and Avon Lake.

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