Daily Rundown June 30, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Coronavirus: DPS safety protocols include face shields, temp checks Sinclair board OKs budget amid challenges Akron middle, high school students would still spend most days at home under reopening recommendations CMSD Survey: Family Income, Student Age Impacted Remote Learning Success State audit cites major misspending, conflict of interest at Richard Allen schools Coronavirus in Ohio: No single number captures the pandemic. But watch this one. Hamilton County commissioner today takes first steps to declare racism a public health crisis 'A new reality': Cincinnati school

Daily Rundown June 29, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Lakeland Community College details plans moving forward for fall semester Pepper Pike to hold online public hearing on Beech Brook rezoning July 29 Ohio Schools Make Pandemic Preparations For New School Year Send kids to school or keep them home? Dayton families must pick soon Coronavirus: UD, Sinclair announce plans to reopen campus Dayton Metro Library to reopen after coronavirus hibernation Gahanna-Jefferson schools may try 10.69-mill levy package in November Brunswick City Schools to seek operating levy in midst of ‘significant fiscal crisis’ This Central Ohio college

Daily Rundown June 26, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Coronavirus: No remote learning for DPS students unless DeWine shuts schools, Lolli says Funding and Police Reform, Sinclair Community College takes a stand against racism APS taking steps to avoid ‘summer slide’ Wickliffe to begin strategic planning for Euclid Corridor revitalization Orange, Solon schools’ treasurers react differently to passage of House Bill 164 Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson approves final piece of $100-million incentive package for Sherwin-Williams headquarters Takoda: Dayton police implement policy changes after death Partnership aims to create housin

Daily Rundown June 25, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Beech Brook proposal will provide ‘beautiful new neighborhood’ Axiom looking at options to get rezoning on ballot Mayor Frank Jackson says Cleveland won’t lay off workers -- for now; budget $4.5M in red from coronavirus Cuyahoga Community College plans for fall classes University of Akron adjusts fall classes to accommodate social distancing, 50% will move online Summit County making committee more diverse DPS to offer full in-person classes with 2-foot distancing, plus online option Elyria declares racism a public health crisis Witnesses ask Ohio Senate for more than sym

Daily Rundown June 24, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Sinclair trustees address staffing, finances in ‘responsibly balanced’ budget Sinclair board approves $130M budget Dayton Metro Libraries to reopen with limited hours, new safety protocols Ohio 8 Coalition Talks Start of New School Year 8 Cleveland State plans to hold more than 50% of classes in person this fall Spidalieri ‘Disgusted’ with Local Media Coronavirus Pandemic: Schools will have flexibility while planning for fall return Centerville teacher cuts: Neediest shouldn’t do ‘majority of suffering’ DeWine pitches Wright-Patterson Air Force Base for Space Command HQ C

Daily Rundown June 18, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Group rallies for in-person classes this fall Chardon BOE explores options to open schools Plan to move Kirtland police, fire dispatch service to Willoughby draws questions from community At least 60% of Kent State fall courses to be taught remotely Vote expected on Centerville schools job cuts targeting teachers, administrators Dayton declares racism a public health crisis, activists hope action follows One of Dayton's largest universities launches new school LCCC plans for reopening after coronavirus shutdown Columbus school board faces approaching deadline for November

Daily Rundown June 17, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: These Dayton executives jumpstarted their careers at Sinclair Community College North Ridgeville Schools to offer virtual-only option Cincinnati is getting a 'Black Lives Matter' mural in front of City Hall Columbus City Schools to reevaluate police resource officers Ohio Democrats criticize GOP lawmakers, call on LaRose to make voting easier Ohio's schools face massive cuts. One local lawmaker says the lottery could help raise money. Ohio’s unemployment fund goes broke, but jobless workers will still get aid Ohio needs $3 billion from federal government for unemployment

Daily Rundown June 16, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: DPS parents largely positive in school survey, but many seek outreach CMSD CEO Tells Congress K-12 Schools Need $200 Billion To Tackle COVID-19 Two Cleveland councilmen vow to oppose all police-related legislation until they’re shown proper respect With tax revenues down, University Heights makes $1-million budget adjustment Developers ask Beachwood for TIF deal on proposed $25 million apartment plan Summit County declares racism a public health crisis Wright State to cut 50 jobs, in addition to voluntary reductions Midview Schools prepared for more cuts, shifts budget ar

Daily Rundown June 15, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Newbury Trustees Agree to Look at Obtaining School Property From spec industrial space to Starbucks: State tax credits offer snapshot of early Opportunity Zone projects Black Lives Matter protest focuses on voter registration Dayton is largest Ohio city without police body cameras Data shows inequities span cradle to grave for local black residents Race and Inequality in Dayton: Q&A with Josefer Montes of Kettering Health Network Premier Health first in Ohio to achieve system-wide accreditation Columbus facing worst tax revenue drop in more than 70 years Christopher Colum

Daily Rundown June 12, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: West G Board Gives Newbury Trustees Deadline on School Property Akron Schools Make COVID-19 Plans: 'That's About 204,000 Masks A Week' Dayton City Commission working to increase police transparency Will taxpayers be asked to fill COVID-19 budget gaps for parks, schools this November election? Ginther to sign executive order requiring Ohio BCI investigate all deaths involving Columbus police New Albany-Plain school district officials say they are only considering pilot tracking program Fall learning could look different at each of Ohio’s 620 school districts, with state in

Daily Rundown June 11, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Amherst Schools planning for August reopening, gives construction updates Boards look ahead to survey results on Newbury district Axiom says plan answers residents’ concerns Prominent investor plans new private school near downtown Dayton Defunding police a “completely unrealistic” approach to solving institutionalized racism, inequity, Mayor Frank Jackson says University of Akron shares plan for fall schedule University of Akron to increase tuition for incoming freshmen by 2.1% at main campus, 6% at satellite campuses Stark State College raising tuition Here's how Dayton

Daily Rundown June 10, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Sinclair honors record-setting graduating class amid pandemic Cuyahoga County lays off eight workers after unions decline furloughs Dayton considering declaring racism a public health crisis Elyria Schools changes contract with classified staff union to prepare for future layoffs Protests price tab for Columbus: $3.3 million and growing Ohio’s community colleges encourage students to take online classes this fall Will Ohio’s GOP-controlled legislature declare racism a public health crisis? Nearly 24,000 Ohioans told to repay unemployment system Ohio AG Dave Yost to seek r

Daily Rundown June 9, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: State fund cuts looming, Amherst Schools prepares for losses Akron school board declares racism a public health crisis Cavs, David Gilbert, Eric Gordon and Scott Garrett discuss race, signs of hope and where we go from here Solon Schools planning for next school year, with input from parents Tri-C lays off about 7.3% of total workforce due to coronavirus financial strains Cleveland Public Library begins reopening, including curbside/walk-up service Akron mayor and council move to outlaw chokeholds, criminalize police who do not intervene Summit County set to declare racis

Daily Rundown June 8, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Axiom releases revisions to Beech Brook development plan Amherst resident promotes downtown civic pride ‘Demand real change,’ Akron Superintendent David James says in response to protests Avon, Avon Lake and N. Ridgeville superintendents speak on autumn school openings North Ridgeville Schools staff, families surveyed on concerns for next school year Cleveland sports teams, organizations pledge to be part of improvements in race relations University of Akron classes to be online last two weeks of fall semester Tipp City planning for future economic development Miami Unive

Daily Rundown June 5, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson says he hopes curfew will end Friday but warns it will return if there’s trouble More than 20 Greater Cleveland organizations pledge to address racism as public health crisis UA proposing 2.1% tuition increase for new students this fall Census 'caravana' takes national headcount to streets of Lorain Ohio House passes bill restricting future changes to elections Ohio House weighs elections bill, funding for capital projects After state cuts and federal coronavirus funds, find out if your Ohio school district is getting more or less money Follo

Daily Rundown June 4, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Axiom considers petition to get rezoning on ballot Lakewood City Schools superintendent pens letter on racial injustice Attorney seeks injunction to end Cleveland’s curfews and “imposition of martial law” due to Saturday’s George Floyd protests Hysteria in Chagrin Falls over George Floyd protest exposes troubling mindset of white America Mayor Jackson says Cleveland is sometimes perceived to be ‘butthole of the world’ Dayton mayor introduces 5-point plan to improve police-community relations Ohio State University to reopen campus, football season still uncertain Ohio lawm

Daily Rundown June 3, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Parents sound off on Brunswick City Schools’ distance learning University Hospitals to cut pay of all doctors, including those working on coronavirus frontlines Tri-C unveils full tuition assistance program Akron, Summit County leaders edge toward declaring racism a public health crisis Columbus school board promises more action to reverse problems rooted in racism Columbus leaders join marchers in the sixth day of protests Businesses join Columbus City Council anti-racism resolution State task force created to prepare for presidential election during pandemic Coronavirus

Daily Rundown June 2, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Coronavirus: Sinclair students still getting hands-on experience with area companies 'Each of us is part of the problem, or part of the solution': Cleveland schools CEO Eric Gordon addresses killing of George Floyd Parents offer input on reopening Strongsville schools this fall Peace and protest in Canton for fourth straight night Dayton business school dean shares impact of CARES Act One of Ohio’s biggest manufacturers makes 130K face shields Are Columbus police in riot gear covering badges and body cameras? Here’s what we know Ohio House bill would roll back in-person e

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