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Ship Shape: The Changing Role of the Port of Cleveland

Posted Wednesday, January 30, 2008

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Since taking over the helm at the Port Authority, Adam Wasserman has made a few noteworthy changes, but proposing to move the port uptown to East 55th Street is not actually the biggest change. Wasserman has said he wants the Port to take an active role in the region's economic development. Instead of financing anyone who asks, he says, they'll finance only the projects that will improve the region's economic health. Adam Wasserman is our guest Wednesday morning at 9 for a conversation about the Port and your pocketbook. Photo from the Cleveland Press Collection


Environment, Government/Politics, Transportation, Making Change, Regional Economy/Business - News


Adam Wasserman, President and CEO, Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority

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