Resources: Cleveland Housing Court--A Problem-Solving Court Adapts to New Challenges

Jaquay, R. (2005).  “Cleveland’s Housing Court:  A Grassroots Victory 25 Years Ago Paved the Way for a Reliable, Much Needed Institution,” Shelterforce, May/June.

Kotlowitz, A. (2009).  “All Boarded Up,” New York Times Magazine, March 4.

Lind, K. J. (2008).  “The Perfect Storm:  An Eyewitness Report from Ground Zero in Cleveland’s Neighborhoods,” 17 Journal of Affordable Housing and Community Development Law 237.

Mallach, A., L. M. Levy, and J. Schilling (2005).  “Cleveland at the Crossroads:  Recommendations for the Prevention, Reclamation and Reuse of Vacant and Abandoned Property in Cleveland.”  National Vacant Properties Campaign Assessment Report.

Paynter, B. (2000).  “A Boom in Houses of Cards:  By Flipping Inner-City Properties Owners Inflate Prices and Snare Outside Buyers Who Pay Premium Prices,” Plain Dealer (Cleveland), August 28.

Perkins, O. (2000).  “Teetering on a Shaky Foundation; Court Cracks Down on Landlord’s Run-Down Houses,” Plain Dealer (Cleveland), September 24.

Smith, R. L., and R. Exner (2011).  “396,815; Cleveland's Population Drops 17% to Fewer than 400,000 for the First Time Since the 1900 Census,” Plain Dealer (Cleveland), March 10.

Weinstein, A. C., K. W. Hexter, and M. Schnoke (2008).  “Responding to Foreclosures in Cuyahoga County: A Pilot Initiative—Interim Report.”