Baumann

Submitted by lmcshane on Sun, 06/17/2018 - 10:10.
Baumann

Photo credit: Baumann crane at demolition of the YMCA on Pearl Rd - inside job for CHN set up by Brancatelli and Cummins.

 

From Eric J Brewer on Facebook:

Here's a tip, Frank. Baumann's Recycling Faclity at Broadway and E. 131st Street in Garfield Heights has been "court ordered" closed. Permanent injunction. They've got to clean up the environmental poison they're letting spill into Mill Creek. I know you know Mill Creek rolls right past U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown's Mill Creek home in the 'hood with Connie Schultz.

You see that pile of ground up construction and demolition debris? Some of it has come from contracts the Baumann's have been receiving for demolition from the city's building department. A little left over gift from ya' boy, Housing Court Judge Ronald O'Leary. Your other boys have been covering for them, too. Ed Rybka, Thomas Vanover, Damian Borowski. Three members of the same family getting big demolition bids from the city and this is where they've been dumping it.

I took photographs of the place in 2017 when a crane had fallen into Mill Creek and was just sitting there ... rusting.

Right now one of the Baumann's has a contract to knock down a building on Woodland. With the three generation family of illegal dumpers now without an illegal dump to dump y'all need to watch this dude.

It is the city's responsibility to enforce its agreement with the EPA to protect us from air, water and soil pollution. Perhaps a place to start is the building department O'Leary used to lead and the relationships he and other employees had with vendors like the Baumann's. Why do they get preferential treatment and a blind eye turned to shit like this?

O'Leary shouldn't be running for judge. He should be investigated. Members of the general assembly pushing a law he wants for more housing court power should back down. He didn't even run it by the mayor and council. He damn sure didn't ask "the people." If he was on his game it would have been O'Leary busting the Baumann's instead of the state.

Watch this one, Frank. Keep an eye on Baumann and Paul Cuffari in your building department.

 

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Before Baumann's toxic history in Mill Creek - Spring Creek

 

The history of the Bradley Rd dump in Spring Creek watershed indicates the family had to have worked out some deal with the councilman for the area at the time - Jim Rokakis. 

 
 
 

BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS

JANUARY 17, 2012

9:30

 

Ward 12

Calendar No. 10-259:

              4300 Bradley Road   

Anthony Brancatelli

 

 

50+ Notices

W.B. and M.. Bauman and Bradley Road, Incorporated appeal under Sections 329.01(e) and 329.02(d) of the Cleveland Codified Ordnances from the decision of the Zoning Administrator dated June 18, 2010 to deny the application for grading, filling and excavation, including mining, removal, transfer and sale of soils and minerals on acreage located in a General Industry District and consisting of parcel numbers 009-36-001, 009-36-002, 009-36,005, 009-36-006, 009-36-007, 009-34-002 and 009-34-004; that as determined by the Zoning Administrator of the Cleveland Building and Housing Department, the proposed grading/excavation use of the property is not a use permitted as of right under Section 345.04(a)(2) of the Cleveland Codified Ordinances. (Filed 12-8-10; Testimony Taken 4-18-10; Motion for Rehearing Granted 5-16-10)

 

9:30

 

 

Calendar No. 10-260:

              4300 Bradley Road   

Ward 12

 

 

 

W.B. and M.E. Bauman and Bradley Road, Incorporated appeal under Sections 329.03 and 329.04 for a use variance to allow grading, filling and excavation, including mining, removal, transfer and sale of soils and minerals on acreage located in a General Industry District and consisting of parcel numbers 009-36-001, 009-36-002, 009-36-005, 009-36-006, 009-36-007, 009-34-002, and 009-34-004, contrary to the regulations in Sections 345.04(a) and (b) of the Cleveland Codified Ordinances. (Filed 12-8-10; Testimony Taken 4-18-10; Motion for Rehearing Granted 5-16-10)

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9:30

             

 

Calendar No. 10-194:

              4300 Bradley Road

Ward 12

 

 

 

W.B. and M.E. Bauman and Bradley Road, Incorporated appeal for grading, filling and excavation, including mining, removal, transfer and sale of soils and minerals on acreage located in a General Industry District and consisting of parcel numbers 009-36-001, 009-36-002, 009-36-005, 009-36-006, 009-36-007, 009-34-002, and 009-34-004; where the proposed use is subject to the limitations in Section 345.04(b)(21) and shall not have the effect or impact of being more injurious, hazardous, noxious or offensive than the enterprises listed in division (b) of Section 345.04(b), including: asphalt or tar manufacturing or refining; blast furnaces, ore smelting or reduction, refining or smelting; carbon, coke or lampblack manufacture; coal gas manufacture; cremation; creosote manufacture or treatment; dextrine, glucose or starch manufacture; disinfectant or insecticide manufacture which emits offensive odors; dye stuffs manufacture; manufacture of steel by the Bessemer process; match manufacture; oil cloth or linoleum manufacture; paper and pulp manufacturing; reduction or refining of petroleum or other flammable liquids; rock crushing; rubber manufacture by reclaiming processes; stock feed manufacture from refuse; tanning, curing or storing of rawhides or skins; wool pulling or scouring; and hair processing.  Pursuant to Sections 352.08-12, a 10 foot wide landscaped strip providing at least 75 percent year-round opacity is required where the General Industry zoned parcels abut residentially zoned districts on the northerly and easterly proposed parcel project lines; and vehicle maneuvering areas shall be surfaced with concrete, asphaltic concrete, asphalt or other paving material that is approved by the Chief Building Official for the City of Cleveland in accordance with Codified Ordinance Section 349.07.   (Filed 10-6-10; Testimony Taken 4-18-10; Motion for Rehearing Granted 5-16-10)