The Cuyahoga County Planning Commission is organized into three divisions: Administrative, Planning, and Information and Research. The planners, researchers, and geographic information specialists are all technically-trained, innovative, and combined bring a wealth of talent to the Planning Commission.
Glenn Coyne, FAICP
Glenn brings nearly 30 years of professional planning experience in both public and private sectors. His leadership with Cuyahoga County Planning is now focused on community master plans, countywide studies on housing and economic development and regional collaboration.
Providing management support to the Executive Director and Board, Claire leads strategic priorities and policies in the areas of administration, budget and personnel.
Daniel Meaney, GISP
Manager, Information & Research
Dan oversees the agency's Information & Research Services Section, which provides GIS mapping and analysis to the planning staff, other County agencies, and local communities.
James M. Sonnhalter
Manager, Planning Services
Managing the Planning staff, Jim is responsible for providing direction for community master plans, surveys, and other community and county-wide studies.
With 10 years of experience in community planning and development, Alison is focused on open space conservation, active living, trail planning, and watershed development.
Patrick W Hewitt, AICP
Leading master plans and community surveys, Patrick also brings graphic design skills to assist planning staff and our communities with their visioning projects.
Managing County Planning’s fiscal activities including payroll, invoicing and revenue, budget and procurement, Jennifer is a key member of our leadership team.
Specializing in environmental sustainability, Nichole is focused on community planning and community health initiatives in the built environment and in all planning policies.
As part of the Information and Research Services Section, Kevin specializes in using information technology to support planning initiatives and research services.
Business Administrator 1
As the first point of contact for County Planning, Annette performs a wide-range of administrative duties in support of the business and administrative functions.
A Landscape Architect with a background in urban design and construction documentation, Michael specializes in site analysis, master planning and illustration, with an emphasis on sustainability.
Specializing in green space issues including watersheds, water resources, trails and bikeways, Elaine provides leadership in many areas of outreach for County Planning.
Marionette Richardson-Scott, MPA, JD
Bringing project management skills to countywide projects, Marionette is County Planning’s public records manager, and serves on the County's Tax Incentive Review Council.
Micah Stryker, AICP
Micah provides professional planning insight on zoning, land use and development and leads the development of community master plans.
With more than 16 years of experience in the GIS field, Robin uses a multitude of skills to compile and display a wide variety of data for master plans and other regional studies.