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The Sound of Ideas

Regional Roundtable

Posted Thursday, October 25, 2007

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Cuyahoga County's top leaders say now is not the right time to build a new administration building, so the building known to many as the "Breuer tower" is up for sale. What does Cleveland have to do with the debate over a new power plant on the Ohio River? A shockingly-violent neighborhood brawl results in the death of a Cleveland teen; while in Akron the suspect in a slaying goes free because a key witness won't talk. All that, plus Garfield Heights enacts a pit bull ban and a new book claims Congressman Dennis Kucinich saw a UFO. Join us for the discussion this morning at 9:00.



Joe Tone, managing editor, Scene
Joe Frolik, of The Plain Dealer editorial board
Mansfield Frazier, columnist, Cool Cleveland.com

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