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The Sound of Ideas

Thursday Roundtable

Posted Thursday, October 15, 2009

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As Ohio gets set to vote on Issue 3, a brand-new casino plan has surfaced in the state legislature. So has yet another tax hike that's likely to rankle the wealthy. And a former city planning director for Cleveland says the Port Authority's plan to relocate--in about 25 years--is too long to wait for such a needed transformation of the city's lakefront. We'll explore all those stories in the reporters roundtable Thursday morning at 9:00 on the Sound of Ideas.

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Economy, Regional Economy/Business - News, Government/Politics, Other, Community/Human Interest, Transportation

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Hunter Morrison, former Cleveland planning director
Bill Cohen, Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau
Bill Hershey, Dayton Daily News

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Richard Linhart (The Doan Creek ProJect) 9:19 AM 10/15/09

Although a new concept. What is Hunters views on Flooding Doan Creek. Making the Art Museum available by boaters.
My research indicates as long as soil boring are positve we are good to start, now.

The new river front on the sides of MLK would make for great housing with slips. Federal money, jobs and a new linkage to the heart of University Circle

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