Cleveland Heights city officials promised to do more next time to inform the public about a tax deal before closing on it, The Plain Dealer reports. In March, the city council approved a 100-percent tax abatement for up to 15 years for new housing and house repairs of existing homes within the area known as Turkey Ridge. The 6-1 vote established the Turkey Ridge Community Reinvestment Area with critics on hand to decry passing the abatement for what they described as "one of the wealthiest and most stable neighborhoods of Cleveland Heights," the article said. For more, read the full story.