Cleveland’s city council is one step closer to reviving a plan aimed at helping homeowners fix code violations.
The council put $1.8 million into the budget that would revive a plan to work with non-profit neighborhood agencies to check on the quality of houses in the city and help homeowners make repairs.
“When you’re working with local community development corporations, you’re working with local people,” said Tony Brancatelli, Ward 12 councilman
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