Posted Tuesday, January 27, 2009
After three years in office, Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson can point to a number of successes: there's less crime, for one, and he has quietly kept the city's finances in order. But Cleveland still has lots of problems -- a near standstill on commercial development, foreclosed and abandoned homes by the hundreds, a dwindling tax base, the possibility of heavy cuts in funding for schools, to name a few. Just what is the mayor’s vision for the region’s urban core? Mayor Jackson joins us Tuesday morning at 9. Be part of the conversation. Photo by Donn R. Nottage
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