You can read the full piece published by the Cleveland Jewish News here.
Other coverage not linked to before:
From WKYC, "Four communities study merger"
Crain's Cleveland Business editorial, "It's a start"
If you use Twitter, the hashtag (thank you, @ClevelandMagazine!) most often used for this topic is #burbmerger. Others to follow on Twitter, besides me (@zimon4council), include
@countyplanning which is the handle for the Cuyahoga County Planning Commission
@cuyahogacounty for Cuyahoga County government
@edfitzgeraldce for County Executive Ed Fitzgerald
And as for the three villages and one city and Twitter? Well, cleveland.com, which is the Plain Dealer's online alter ego, has twitter handles that link back to cleveland.com for @orangevillageoh, @morelandhills and @pepperpikeohio but those feeds come through an automated service called Twitterfeed that cleveland.com is using and the tweets on each community's feed currently are all the same and haven't been updated since June 3. I suspect something is planned for the somewhat new push into the hyperlocal, so I've started to follow those handles. There is no feed for Woodmere as of this evening.