Posted Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Cleveland, most people can agree, has not capitalized on its waterfront real estate. A sewage treatment plant, an industrial port, uninspiring lakefront parks and an airport dominate the shoreline. The regional Port Authority has a plan to make things better, balancing recreation, economic development and industry. But it needs more cash to do it. On the next Sound of Ideas, the port's levy request and what that money would buy. Tuesday morning at 9:00.
Will Friedman, CEO, Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority
Joe Cimperman, Cleveland City Council
Eric Hauge, general manager, ArcelorMittal, Cleveland
Michael Wager, attorney, former Port Authority board chairman
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