Posted Monday, July 7, 2014
Cleveland's Flats has long been an industrial zone and an entertainment district. Residences have risen there now, too, and office buildings. And as of next week, a 9-acre park and trail on the once forlorn Scranton Peninsula. Monday at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas we'll talk about how the Scranton Flats project came to be, how it fits into the region's park infrastructure and its role in furthering the Towpath Trail along the course of the Ohio and Erie Canal.
Community/Human Interest, Transportation
Tim Donovan, executive director, Ohio Canalway Partners
Tom Yablonsky, VP board of directors, executive VP, Downtown Cleveland Alliance
Daniel M. Rice, President and Chief Executive Officer, Ohio and Erie Canalway Coalition
Jacob Van Sickle, executive director, Bike Cleveland
Charles Scaravelli, son of Sam Scaravelli
Lenny Stover, co-founder, Red Line Greenway, Cleveland Rotary Club
Selected attractions along the Towpath Trail
Lock 3, Akron
Cuyahoga Valley National Park
Mustill Store, Akron
Richard Howe House, Akron
St. Helena III canal boat, Canal Fulton
Zoar Village, Tuscarawas Co.
Scranton/Flats Towpath Trail ribbon cutting
1:00 p.m. Monday, July 7
1801 Carter Road, Cleveland
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