University Hospitals likely to receive approval for surgery center

While the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections is still counting absentee ballots, it seems likely University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center will receive approval from local voters to develop a medical office building and outpatient surgery center in Mayfield, Ohio, cleveland.com reports.

What you should know:

1. The health system sought public approval to rezone a 2.1-acre plot of land in Mayfield for its office building and surgery center.

2. While votes are still being counted, early results are encouraging.

3. If approved, the health system will have up to 18 months to begin work on the property.

4. Center developers will submit a timetable once they receive all the required approvals from Mayfield administrators.

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