Posted Thursday, March 25, 2010
The state unemployment fund ran low on money long ago; soon it'll be three billion dollars in debt. And that's nothing compared to Ohio's overall budget hole, which once again is deeper than anticipated. If you think a lot of northeast Ohio storefronts are vacant, that's no illusion. Vacant retail space is up 22 percent in the past year. And workers Cleveland's Hugo Boss factory fighting to keep their jobs get celebrity help, but the foreign owner isn't budging. Join us for the reporters roundtable tomorrow at 9:00 a.m. on The Sound of Ideas.
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During the past three years i have driven 25 miles to work in Elyria, Avon Lake, and now Mentor.
Percentages of Occupancy in both Elyria and Avon Lake is aproximately 60 %.
On Mentor both east and west of 306 strip malls are littered with for lease signs.