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The Sound of Ideas

Regionalism Revisited

Posted Monday, October 1, 2007

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Tension is brewing at the Lorain-Cuyahoga County border. A proposed exit ramp and development in Avon will bring as many as five thousand new jobs--but what's the cost to the region? Some say nothing, and others say the project will pull money out of Cuyahoga County. Big questions remain, such as this one: Why is it our region still doesn't seem to function as a cohesive region? We're searching for some big answers Monday morning at nine.


Environment, Government/Politics, Health, Making Change, Regional Economy/Business - Analysis and Trends, Regional Economy/Business - News


Howard Maier, Executive Director, Northeast Ohio Area Coordinating Agency
Terry Schwarz, Senior Planner, Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative, Kent State University
Steve Litt, art and architecture critic, The Plain Dealer

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