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It may not be a household name in Cleveland, but the leaf market is still a huge part of Cleveland’s local economy.
And with that, the city is set to bring a whole new set of changes in 2019 to the area.
One of those changes will be a change to the way it’s set up for residents to buy or sell homes.
While there are several different types of homes that can be purchased in Cleveland with the help of the leaf markets, the market is set up differently in the area around the Jons and Neighborys.
In the Jones neighborhood, you will have a property tax abatement on top of a homeowner’s property tax bill, which is $1,000.
You then pay that amount to the city each month.
In other neighborhoods, like the Northeast Market, you pay an annual fee of $1 million, which covers the purchase of all new homes in the neighborhood.
In 2018, the NEH Neighborhood Market was set up as a “market” with all of the proceeds going to the NEHAH Housing Fund, which provides low-income housing.
In 2019, the marketplace will become a “landmark” with the proceeds of all sales going to NEHAIH.
“There are a lot more opportunities for the city to make sure there is a sustainable economy in Cleveland,” said Kevin McQuinn, CEO of NEH.
“And if there is any city, especially the city of Cleveland, that needs to take that next step, then the Leaf Market is a great place to do it.”
It will be the first time that the NEHC is putting all of its money into a new, dedicated neighborhood market.
That will require the city’s permission to do so, which will be approved by the City Council.
In a letter to the City Planning Commission, the council said it has not been granted permission to start a new city-run market.
But the letter stated that it does have the authority to authorize new neighborhood markets, and it is willing to do that.
If you have any questions, you can call the city at 734-6200 or send an email to [email protected]