HGR is gutting and rebuilding our front entrance, restrooms and sales office to better serve our customers. The construction work is being done at night while we are closed, but you will notice some changes in the next four months. We’ll be moving our desks around to accommodate the work being done, and the front restrooms are closed; so, customers will need to use the restrooms in Aisle 6 or in our back offices if you are unable to navigate the stairs to the restrooms.
Please excuse the shuffle while we make amazing improvements. You still can count on the same great products, service and prices.
What can you expect to see this year as we make ongoing improvements at our showroom for our customers and employees?
1. Parking lot improvements
3. Façade improvements to back guest entrance
4. Creation of a back patio area for employees
5. Structural and roof improvements, with a new roof over Aisles 3, 7 and 8
6. Tenant-space improvements
And, drum roll, please!!!!!!
7. A completely remodeled and reconfigured front sales office with a new entrance and modern restrooms
(Courtesy of Guest Blogger Audrey Holtzman, public relations & marketing coordinator, Euclid City Schools)
The Euclid City School District secured passage of Issue 111 this week. This successful effort will allow the schools to rebuild their high school, build a new middle school, construct an Early Learning Village on the site of Forest Park Middle School, improve recreational facilities at Sparky DiBiasio Stadium and Memorial Park, and convert the Central Middle School property to a MetroPark.
Dr. Charles Smialek, Superintendent of Euclid Schools, issued the following statement:
“Thank you to our Euclid community for believing in our school district and passing Issue 111. We have secured a much brighter future for our district because of you!
We continue to have much work to do to become the district we need to be for our community and students. We will soon begin a strategic planning process to help us collaboratively lend clarity to our immediate future. In the coming weeks, we will communicate these steps and ask many of you to participate in the process. Today, however, let us celebrate a truly significant victory for Our Euclid.
We will immediately begin to prepare to rebuild our high school, construct a new middle school, shape an Early Learning Village, and improve multiple recreational outlets in our community. We will work to ensure that our efforts will improve Euclid for generations to come.”
The 7.89 mill bond issue passed by more than 1,100 votes and will result in an increase of approximately $16 per month in property taxes for the owner of a home valued at $70,000. The overall cost of the construction will be offset by a $40-million contribution from the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission.