Celebrate our neighborhood parks in Northeast Ohio
W.C. Reed field is an oasis of green in the Brooklyn Centre neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio
Started by John Baran. Last reply by Connie Davis Mar 30.
Started by John Baran Feb 4.
Started by John Baran Oct 10, 2014.
The EPA has created an update. The first in 10 months! Some of us asked some very pointed questions. Are these questions answered in the update? Or not. While you wait for your snail mail copy here are some tantalizing tidbits just released online. "some small wet spots or ponds may form...…Continue
Posted by Connie Davis on February 3, 2015 at 3:15pm
"Normally any standing water will no longer be observable within a couple days of rain" Doesn't actually say of course that the swampy pools of water throughout our former park are normal. The only reason they are not visible now is because the field is covered with a foot of snow. When it melts they will be once again visible throughout the field as they were all summer and all fall and all through the early snow free part of winter.…Continue
Posted by Connie Davis on February 3, 2015 at 3:00pm
Today Mayor Frank G. Jackson's Administration met with active members of this proud community. Chief Brown, Director Cox and Commissioner Williams represented the City. The City has agreed to preserve part of this Parks history. The Century White Oak that once grew at the top bank of the old ravine and three English Oaks located in the center of the Park. planted in W. C. Reed Park when it opened will remain. Also at this meeting was James Justice of the EPA and Mike Blair. On behalf of this…Continue