Telling Mansion has been true jewel for city of South Euclid: Letter to the Editor
With all this talk of the Telling Mansion no longer being usable by the Cuyahoga County Public Library, and since it's already been put up for sale, it appears it will eventually be abandoned soon, which is a shame.
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#1 Dec 3, 2012
People who think like Mr. Shuster play into the hands of the backroom dealings of the Cuy Co Public Library Board and the mayors of South Euclid and Lyndhurst. This is not a done deal. If Mr. Shuster would like to save the Mansion Library, there is a group he can join to do so.
Otherwise he is just using this stinkin' thinkin' as an excuse not to help. And, to encourage everyone else to do nothing and watch their community deteriorate.
This is why the Board thought they could do this to South Euclid, because the people won't defend their community.
THIS IS NPY A DONE DEAL>
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