We must do this to preserve history for future generations. After all – if it wasn’t for Andrew Taylor’s spring, the city of Cleveland would have been three miles east from where it is located today!”
The members of the Taylor Spring committee are shown here standing on the land once owned by Andrew Taylor where water from Taylor’s famous spring flows out. From left: City Councilman Richard Banks, city historian Bob George, Public Works Director Tommy Myers, Jeff Morelock, and Allan Jones.
July 3, 2013 City May Sell Historic Site of Spring Cleveland Daily Banner The land that houses the city of Cleveland’s most historic source of water may soon be sold. In June, the City Council delayed a vote to sell the site located at 283 1st Street NW next to Superior Cleaners. Attorney Jim Webb Read more