Since 1975 Ohio Citizen Action has been working on campaigns for clean air, clean water, and healthier neighborhoods. We rely on individuals to make our work possible.
CLEVELAND — Since April 2010, 7,840 Ohioans have sent letters, messages, and children’s drawings to decision makers at Kokosing Asphalt urging the company to take the necessary steps to reduce its pollution as close to zero as possible. Some letters have come from parents who understand what it’s like to […]
MAPLE HEIGHTS — On their way to canvassing Garfield Heights for the first time in five years, the Ohio Citizen Action field staff made a quick stop into neighboring Maple Heights to talk to Kokosing Asphalt neighbor Carl Gaglione. The canvassers got a firsthand perspective of the facility that has been causing pollution problems for […]
CLEVELAND — Ohio Citizen Action and Maple Heights resident Carl Gaglione settled their First Amendment yard sign lawsuit with the City of Maple Heights on January 7. The suit was assigned to federal Judge Dan Pollster. Under the settlement, the city will not interfere with future lawfully-placed yard signs. The financial terms of […]
From: Dorinda I’m the smallest in my class. I love nature and everything in it. I want to make a difference. Christmas is coming, all I want for Christmas is world peace, and clean neighborhoods for the future. Please help encourage everyone to clean up outside, not just on Earth […]
CLEVELAND — Maple Heights neighbor Chuck Huck took time out of his workday yesterday to visit Ohio Citizen Action’s downtown Cleveland office. He spoke with the Cleveland field staff about ways to get Kokosing Asphalt to reduce pollution coming from its facility north of Granger and south of I-480 on […]
CLEVELAND — United States District Court Judge Dan Polster has ordered plaintiffs Ohio Citizen Action and Maple Heights neighbor Carl Gaglione to meet in person with a representative from the City of Maple Heights and all respective attorneys on Monday, November 29, 2010 in Judge’s chambers at the Federal Courthouse […]