Cleveland Neighborhood Investment; Statehouse Update; Cavaliers

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Cleveland should target neighborhood investment, rather than spreading it around, for the best return, according to a new Cleveland State University study. It suggests focusing on a broad swath of the East Side, stretching from East 55th Street to the edge of University Circle. Mayor Frank Jackson wants to put $65 million in public and foundation money there. We'll discuss the study and the plan.  We'll hear the latest from the Statehouse in Columbus.  Plus, the Cavaliers reach a deal to wear Goodyear's Wingfoot logo on their jerseys next season.

Guests: 

Richey Piiparinen, Director, Center for Population Dynamics, Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, CSU  
Ed Rybka, Esq., Chief of Regional Development, City of Cleveland  
Freddy Collier Jr., Director of City Planning, City of Cleveland 
Chris Ronayne, President, University Circle, Inc. 
Bill Livingston, Columnist, The Cleveland Plain Dealer  
Kevin Kleps, Assistant Editor, Crain’s Cleveland Business 
Karen Kasler, Ohio Statehouse News Bureau Chief
 

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