Remembering Judge Ray Pianka, Arts Funding Road Map, Statehouse Update

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When Cleveland became the center of the foreclosure crisis nearly a decade ago, the city found its way forward leveraging power from an unlikely source: the city's lone housing court. Behind the bench, Judge Ray Pianka became a force to be reckoned with by absentee landlords and banks alike.  We'll remember his legacy with those who knew him best.  Plus, the effort moves ahead to re-tool artist funding in Cuyahoga County.

Guests: 

Jim Rokakis, Vice President, Western Reserve Land Conservancy; Director, Thriving Communities Institute 
Anthony Brancatelli, Ward 12, Cleveland City Council 
Angela Shuckahosee, Director of Resident Advocacy at Millennia Housing Management  
David. C. Barnett, Sr. Arts & Culture Reporter, Ideastream 
Andy Chow, Ohio Statehouse News Bureau  

 

Resources:

Cleveland Housing Court website

Cleveland Tenants Organization website

Cuyahoga Arts & Culture

 

Ohio Channel On-Demand Video

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