The collection of documents and videos presented in this post sheds light on the truly symbiotic relationship between the
Below are two excerpts (boxed in red) from the November 2011 Cedar Center Purchase Agreement for the sale of 7 acres of municipally owned property for $1,325,000.00. These are the only two places throughout the entire 17 page document where there is any mention of the Coral Company. In both instances, the reference is in the form of separation and not partnership with DeVille Development, the purchaser of the property as Cedar Center North, LLC.
Here is a link to the October 28, 2011 commercial real estate appraisal regarding the 7 acres of property sold to Cedar Center North, LLC.
In the video below, Law Director Michael Lograsso speaks as if he was instrumental in locating and negotiating the Bob Evans deal for
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Video below: October 24, 2011 – 10 days later on November 3, 2011, Mayor Welo and a representative for Cedar Center North, LLC. sign the Cedar Center Purchase Agreement
Regarding Cedar Center, Mayor Welo repeats the same worn out delusional stories; that many developers had “a lot of interest in it,” that the economy was to blame for nothing happening, and perhaps the biggest whopper of them all, “Tonight, Peter, you’re going to build
- “Keith Benjamin and Michael Love taught me about a lot of words and what I’m supposed to say and when I do things wrong.”
- “I look forward to our next adventure.”
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- Cedar Center North, LLC - 2005 Business Filing - Caitlin Company
- Cedar Center North, LLC - 2006 - Business Dissolution - Caitlin Company
- Cedar Center North, LLC - Oct.31, 2011 - Business Filing
- Cedar Center North, LLC - November 01, 2011 - Trade Name Registration
Below: Coral’s former headquarters at Cedar Center South in University Heights. Mr. Rubin once remarked that he would be able to watch the construction at Cedar Center North in South Euclid from his office. Coral has moved to their Shaker Square location. The now vacant office space in University Heights is currently for lease through a real estate services company.
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Video below: February 13, 2012 - Highlights of dialogue between SEO and Ward 2 Councilperson Moe Romeo.
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"South Euclid has lost millions of dollars on Cedar Center" - Guest commentary by Travis Greundke
The Camera Doesn't Lie
Lapsed Contract Kept Under Wraps
Zamiska Sharply Scrutinizes Cedar Center