Lego Math, Council Vacancies & Lost Dogs
See some of the biggest stories this week on Mayfield-Hillcrest Patch
1. A Mayfield Heights man has been covered by everyone from The Washington Post to Cleveland Magazine for his murals and landmark sculptures made entirely of Lego.
Learn about Arthur Gugick and see why he doesn't consider his hobby art.
2. Preston, the dog who ran away from his owner three weeks ago in a Highland Heights parking lot, is now back home.
The details on how and where he was recovered are murky for now. People on Facebook credited the Mayfield Heights Service Department for the rescue.
3. Mayfield Heights City Council hosted its final interview session Wednesday for a seat members hope to fill by March 11.
Wayne Farinacci and Jeff Likover each had 20 minutes to prove they could be the right man to fill a vacancy left by Mayor Anthony DiCicco, who replaced Greg Costabile in December.
Farinacci is president of the Mayfield Alumni Association, director of the popular Cleveland International Challenge Cup Bocce Tournament and a former Mayfield High School associate principal. This potential appointment marks the third city council bid for Likover, whose life outside of politics includes everything from a long career at Parker Hannifin to limousine driving.
Each member of council took turns asking questions and follow-ups when needed. Farinacci interviewed via telephone from Hilton Head, S.C.