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Systematic Exterior Home Inspections to Continue
Released: 4/21/2017
Systematic Exterior Home Inspections to Continue Striving to maintain the City of Lyndhurst as an attractive and desirable place to live, the City will be continuing its exterior inspection program of all owner occupied single-family homes this spring. The homes will be inspected on a street-by ...
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From The Building Department: High Grass and Blighted Properties
Released: 5/14/2012
The City of Lyndhurst Building Department has begun their yearly sweep of the city looking for high grass and blighted properties. Each year our inspectors send out notices to property owners for high grass and or weeds above eight inches. We understand that there are many valid reasons why grass and or weeds are sometimes left uncut; broken lawnmowers, personal illness, or other unforeseen circumstances ...
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From The Building Department
Released: 5/17/2010
High Grass and Blighted Properties The City of Lyndhurst Building Department has begun their yearly sweep of the city looking for high grass and blighted properties. Each year our inspectors send out notices to property owners for high grass and or weeds above eight inches. We understand that there are many valid reasons why grass and or weeds are sometimes left uncut; broken lawnmowers, personal ...
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Cleveland Restoration Society Presents the Heritage Home Program: Excellent Terms for Home Improvement Loans
Released: 4/21/2010
The City of Lyndhurst has partnered with the Cleveland Restoration Society to offer low-interest home repair and renovation loans for homeowners of properties built before 1961. Our Heritage Home Program(SM) has a fixed interest rate of 3.5% for 7-10 years and is financed through KeyBank. Homeowners can use the Heritage Home Program financing services for a large variety of home maintenance and improvement ...
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Cleveland Restoration Society: Window Replacement Is Not Always Necessary
Released: 4/21/2010
When prioritizing their list of home improvement projects, many homeowners consider switching out their original windows with vinyl replacements. Before you dig into your savings or head to the bank to apply for financing, take time to consider how you can save money by simply repairing and restoring your original windows. Here are a few facts: Repair is cheaper than replacement. Repairing original windows and ...
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From The Building Department: Recreational Vehicles Ordinance Amendment
Released: 4/12/2010
At its council meeting held Monday, April 5, 2010, council adopted Ordinance No. 2009-63 (Amended). This ordinance amended the existing ordinance regulating recreational vehicles. If you are a recreational vehicle owner, you will need to familiarize yourself with the changes as follows: Parking of Recreational Vehicles: Regulations 1. Recreational equipment with the exception of motor homes may only be parked on ...
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From The Building Department: EPA's Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule
Released: 3/10/2010
We have been informed by the Cuyahoga County Board of Health that the new EPA Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule (RRP) goes into effect on April 22, 2010. This federal law will require contractors performing renovation, repairs and painting projects in homes, child care facilities or schools built before 1978 to be certified by the EPA in lead safe work practices to prevent lead contamination. Effective April 22, 2010 ...
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From The Building Department: Important Notice
Released: 2/22/2010
Effective February 17, 2010, all electrical work requiring a permit, shall be obtained by a licensed and registered electrical contractor with the City of Lyndhurst. Homeowner permits for electrical work will not be issued.
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From The Building Department
Released: 2/1/2010
Emergency Generators: Many persons have opted to purchase emergency generators for home use. In a power outage, emergency generators can be a highly effective resource to maintain critical electrical systems. However, if not installed properly, that being in accordance with Article 700 of the National Electrical Code, they can cause a dangerous condition. There are basically two types of generators ...
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