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All Things Cuyahoga

Posted Tuesday, August 21, 2012

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All Things Cuyahoga Grab an oar and join us as The Sound of Ideas heads to the Cuyahoga River for a live broadcast Tuesday morning at 9:00. We'll be at the Cleveland Rowing Foundation's boathouse to talk about how the rebounding river is creating a lot of excitement. Marine life is thriving. Competitive rowers are racing. And developers are building along the river bank. The Cuyahoga is no longer a punch line. Listen in and find out why.

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Flats East Bank, Phase 1 from the west bank of the Cuyahoga. Flats East Bank, Phase 1, Aloft hotel in the foreground. Kayakers on the Cuyahoga River in Kent. A kayaking scene in Kent.


Economy, Regional Economy/Business - Analysis and Trends, Community/Human Interest, Education, Environment


Teresa Gang, executive director, Cleveland Rowing Foundation
William D. Friedman, president & CEO, Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority
Andrea Landow, board president, Cleveland Scholastic Rowing Association
Jane Goodman, executive director, Cuyahoga River Community Planning Organization
John Idone, parks and recreation director, City of Kent
Adam Fishman, principal, Fairmount Properties LLC

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