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Regionalism 2.0

Posted Wednesday, May 28, 2008

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If you live in Northeast Ohio, chances are you've heard the word regionalism bandied about. Well, a bunch of mayors and managers say they're finally ready to make it happen. Could we finally see the day towns and cities in Northeast Ohio share their plans…and their tax revenues? On Wednesday's program, we'll see if everyone's about to start getting along. What would it mean for the region and for you? The conversation starts at 9 on 90.3.


Environment, Government/Politics, Community/Human Interest, Transportation, Making Change, Regional Economy/Business - Analysis and Trends


Mayor Michael Lyons, Village of Richfield
Commissioner Stephen Hambley, Medina County
Myron Orfield, Ameregis Group

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