Posted Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Burke Lakefront Airport is 450 acres of prime waterfront property in Cleveland that many people believe could be put to better use. Cleveland's mayor says it's already being put to its best use -- as an airport. On the next Sound of Ideas, we'll discuss Burke and its place in the aviation mix. Is it needed now that Cleveland Hopkins and other airports are running well below capacity? If it weren't an airport, what would you like to see on that land? Tell us Wednesday morning at 9:00 and join Mike McIntyre for the conversation.
Edward ‘Ned’ Hill, dean, Levin College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland State University
Richard M. Knoth, partner, Baker Hostetler LLP
Chris Gove, scheduling & logistics manager, Business Aircraft Group
Christa Fornarotto, VP government affairs, National Business Aviation Association
Joe Roman, president & CEO, Greater Cleveland Partnership
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