Lee ChilcoteFounder and Editor
Lee Chilcote is editor of The Land. Lee is a writer and journalist. His work has appeared in Vanity Fair, Next City, Belt, Planning, Land and People and other publications. Before founding The Land, Lee was a founder and executive director of Literary Cleveland, an organization whose mission is to “help writers and readers explore other voices and discover their own—creating a vital, diverse and supportive literary community in Northeast Ohio.”
The new HAWK signal (which stands for high intensity activated crosswalk) gives pedestrians the ability to press a button to signal for traffic to stop so they can cross.
A 'Lesson in Cleveland Politics' for the Ages: Organizers Open Up about What They Learned in the Q Deal FightA new Cuyahoga County diversion center in Cleveland's Hough neighborhood can trace its roots to the work of Greater Cleveland Congregations and the group's opposition to using public money to renovate a sports arena.
One of the more intractable problems facing manufacturers is the mismatch between the location of jobs and where entry-level workers live. Many low-income and Black workers live in Cleveland and don’t own cars, but many jobs are in the suburbs, far from public transportation.