City government reporter Christopher Guinn had two intresting reads today:

Tigertown: A combination of design changes and poor soil has ramped the cost of renovating Joker Marchant Stadium, and the City Commission will be asked to up its contribution to the now-$40.8 million project from $2.4 million to $6.2 million.

Cleveland Heights: Frescos Bistro and Bakery, the only bidder, has reached an agreement to take over the bar and restaurant at the Cleveland Heights Golf Course. The eatery’s owners propose a rent starting at $4,000 a month instead of the revenue-share deal the city has with the current concessionaire.

Source: The Ledger

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