North Olmsted

North Olmsted

(ŏm`stĕd), city (1990 pop. 34,204), Cuyahoga co., NE Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland; inc. as a city 1951. It is mainly residential; the chief industry produces printed materials. The first U.S. municipal bus line began operations in North Olmstead in 1931.
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Located in North Olmsted, Ohio, Cargill Deicing Technology understands the science behind ice melters and is committed to sharing that knowledge with customers and using it to improve offerings.
Burton Carol Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Joy Anzalone says her company introduced No-Cook Nights about five years ago when she welcomed a nearby restaurant into the lobby one night at Victoria Plaza, a 297-unit high-rise in North Olmsted, Ohio, a suburb west of Cleveland.
of North Olmsted recently won the contract to build the three-story, 93,000-square-foot steel structure, the Glenn center reported.
John Wright, owner of American Ramp Services in North Olmsted, Ohio, saw an article in a local paper describing Simpson's plight, and wasted no time in offering his services.
Palmer Holland, based in North Olmsted, Ohio, USA, will represent Arkema for the two product lines to customers throughout the Northeast, Great Lakes, Midwest, and Great Plains areas.
We have combatted that disappointment by switching to an Inspire showerhead from Moen, North Olmsted, Ohio.
North Olmsted was once part of the Connecticut Western Reserve, land claimed by the state in what is now northeastern Ohio.
According to the career center, the project has three main objectives: to provide Polaris students and students in the associate schools of Berea, Brooklyn, Fairview, Midpark, North Olmsted, Olmsted Falls and Strongsville with a habitat to study native pond plants and aquatic life such as fish and amphibians, as well as creating a wildlife protection site; to allow frequent studies without the expense of field trips; and to link the curriculum taught within the horticultural sciences program to national and state benchmarks.
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City of North Olmsted,(18) a police officer and his wife brought a Section 1983 action against the city and various police officers, alleging that an investigation violated their constitutional rights to privacy and freedom of association.
In February, North Olmsted, population 35,000, became the first city in the nation to ban municipal purchases of products made in sweatshops.

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