DEMOLITION CONTRACTORS OF FRANK GIGLIO'S HOUSE - A PICTURE IS WORTH A 1000 WORDS

Submitted by jerleen1 on Mon, 12/07/2009 - 08:41.
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 THE PHONE NUMBER IS:  (216) 391-5700

THIS PHOTOS WAS TAKEN ON SITE AT 2288 WEST 14TH STREET, ON DECEMBER 9, 2009. 

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Choice of weapons

  Great work Jerleen :)  Here are some of the demolition contractors getting contracts with the City of Cleveland:

http://www.lightningdemolition.com/ (Stanford Homes demolition)

http://www.cjcontractorsinc.com/   (Giglio/ West 14th demoliton)

I wish I had caught the demo of the housing on Denison...any other contractors we should know about?

good work, jerleen

thank you

DEMO PHOTOS OF 12-09-08

You're welcome - and just in case anybody questions the phone number:  I have a big picture of that as well right on the back side of the truck.

Also anyone who may be interested can view all the photos I took on the day of the demolition of Frank's house by going to TremontTruths [at] yahoogroups [dot] com and clicking on photos.  There is an album for for these pics. 

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ODOT officials aren't concerned with thriftiness

By Other Voices

December 07, 2009, 4:06AM

Please, please, tell me it was a misprint.

In the Nov. 23 editorial concerning the Inner Belt Bridge project, it was noted that "ODOT officials insist that they are committed to this project -- so much so that the agency offered to pay $4.5 million for a privately owned vacant building that it had appraised at $400,000 and that just sold at sheriff's auction for $66,667."

What are these public officials thinking? I know it is always easy to spend someone else's (taxpayers') money, but offering to pay nearly 68 times more than something is worth (based on the recent sale) is insane. Does anyone in government understand what fiscal responsibility means?

It would be interesting to see whether there is any connection between the building owners and any state government officials. After all, based on the ongoing FBI investigations in our area, corruption seems to be our middle name.

Bradley R. Main, Rocky River

Start the revolution

Thank you Bradley Main.  See above post. 

This is beyond outrageous--

I suspect that like me...most of NEO missed the original Plain Dealer editorial, because it was fell during Thanksgiving holiday preparation. 

Is the Plain Dealer editorial staff so obtuse that they don't even comprehend their own editorial?  Are they blind?

 
 
 And this....
 
Even North Koreans have finally stopped being sheep...the tyranny in NEO is UNREAL--

can we start the revolution NOW?