Archwood-Denison Concerned Citizens changes its name

(Plain Press, March 2006) The Executive Committee of the Archwood Denison Concerned Citizens has unanimously voted to change the name of the 28-year old, community-based organization.  The new name, Brooklyn Centre Community Association, now represents all parts of this historic neighborhood.

Longtime resident Gloria Janos established the association in 1978. The group is committed to promoting historic preservation, developing and highlighting the unique assets and opportunities available in the Brooklyn Centre neighborhood, and neighborhood safety The Brooklyn Centre neighborhood is a National Register and Cleveland Landmark Historic District.

The organization has recently sparked renewed interest and participation by neighborhood residents.  Recent Association events include the Garden Tour and Candlelight Christmas House Tour.  The Association has been involved with the Steelyard Commons project, the Fulton Road bridge project, research on the expansion of the Innerbelt and the candidate debates for Cleveland City Council.

Monthly meetings are free and open to neighborhood residents. They are held on the fourth Thursday of every month at 7:00 p.m. at the Archwood United Church of Christ, 2800 Archwood Avenue. For more information call Julie Miragliotta at 287-8195 or e-mail her at:


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