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  1. ^ It doesn't show what I'm saying because your numbers aren't correct. Ex: 2015: 388,072 2016: 387,451 How are you getting a loss of 1,540?
  2. ^ It takes many many decades to turn around a city the size of Cleveland. If you think it should've happened by now, you're being unrealistic. We're at the point in time where real growth is near. The 2020s and 2030s are going to be much different around here.
  3. ^ we're not losing the same amount of people in 2019 as we did in 2011 tho. Using the average number of 1627 isn't applicable in 2019. 2016 estimates were revised up last year. I wouldn't be surprised if the same thing happened for 2017 and 2018.
  4. Exactly, people commenting from other cities have no idea the level of growth we're seeing at ground level. I wouldn't be surprised if Cleveland gains 1k to 2k in 2019 and lands closer to 390k as opposed to 380k.
  5. Cleveland probably won't even lose 15k, your 25k prediction is flat out nuts.
  6. There is no proof to support your opinion. Once again, Cleveland will not lose “tens of thousands” as you previously stated.
  7. Cleveland hasn't and won't lose "tens of thousands" this decade. We're on pace to lose around 10k-12k, maybe less. Remember the 2016 estimate numbers were revised UP last year.
  8. ^ Good memory - I completely forgot about that proposal.
  9. Nancy Kelsey posted: " Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s Office of Capital Projects introduced yesterday a series of legislative items to Cleveland City Council that would improve infrastructure around the city. The legislation proposes a number of projects from road work to facilities" New post on Straight from City Hall City of Cleveland Introduces Legislation to Fund More Than $53 Million in Infrastructure Projects [clecityhall.com] by Nancy Kelsey Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s Office of Capital Projects introduced yesterday a series of legislative items to Cleveland City Council that would improve infrastructure around the city. The legislation proposes a number of projects from road work to facilities improvements to professional services for construction and design. As a result of City funds and dollars leveraged from state and other sources, the amount invested in the project will total approximately $53 million. Projects, if approved, would include: · Recreation centers: This would include repairs to the following neighborhood resource and recreation centers: Estabrook, Stella Walsh, Clark, Sterling, Lonnie Burton and Kovacic. It also includes repairs to several playgrounds, citywide courts, fields and playgrounds. · Public facilities: This would include repairs to City Hall’s roof, City Hall emergency repairs, West Side Market emergency repairs, Willard Garage improvements, Cleveland Public Hall upgrades, Ridge Road Transfer Station, Cleveland Division of Police stables, Cleveland Fire Station #26 improvements and more. The estimated cost for these repairs is $11.3 million. · Miles Avenue: The City of Cleveland will share in the cost of making repairs and resurfacing Miles Avenue with the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT). A 3.6-mile stretch of Miles Avenue would be resurfaced from Broadway Avenue to the Warrensville city line. It is estimated construction would begin April 2020. · Center Street Bridge: Improvements of the Center Street Bridge, which was constructed in 1901 to provide access over the Cuyahoga River. The project would include repairing structural steel, painting the bridge, improving pedestrian access, repairing the operator house and making mechanical and electrical repairs. · West 65th Street: Resurfacing a 1.90-mile stretch of West 65th Street from Denison Avenue to Herman Avenue. Includes replacement of curbs, installation of ADA compliant ramps, traffic signals, bike lanes and more. · East 105th Street: Rehabilitation of a 1-mile section of East 105th Street from Greenlawn to the northern city limits. Improvements in addition to resurfacing would include replacement of curbs, installation of ADA compliant ramps, traffic signals, bike lanes and more. · East 116th Street: Upgrade traffic signal at the south leg of East 116th Street and Harvard Avenue and interconnect it with the Cleveland Commercial Railroad crossing across East 116th Street, just north of the intersection at Harvard Avenue. This is a safety upgrade stopping traffic on Harvard when the rail gates are triggered by an approaching train to East 116th Street. · Professional services: This legislation would authorize the City to enter into contracts for professional services with two vendors for construction and design projects for roads, bridges and City facilities. In addition to these projects, the City of Cleveland continues to resurface residential roads and bridges around the city. Click here to view and bookmark our blog page [clecityhall.com] with a continuously updated 2019 list of residential streets slated for resurfacing. Nancy Kelsey [clecityhall.com] | May 14, 2019 at 4:10 pm | Categories: Capital Projects [clecityhall.com] | URL: https://wp.me/p3ipG9-3Or [wp.me] Comment [clecityhall.com]
  10. Ad, marketing firm with Akron roots adds office in downtown Cleveland Geometry Global, part of an international advertising and marketing agency, with a legacy home in Akron, plans to add a second office in downtown Cleveland by 2020. That's the upshot of Post Office Plaza owner K&D Group of Willoughby announcing Tuesday, May 7, that Geometry plans to move 100 jobs to the building at 1500 W. Third St. after leasing more than 14,000 square feet of office space on its fourth floor. Doug Price, K&D Group CEO, said in a May 7 phone interview, "We're real excited. We've been working with them for some time. They felt they needed to be in Cleveland." https://www.crainscleveland.com/real-estate/ad-marketing-firm-akron-roots-adds-office-downtown-cleveland
  11. NW 2019-010West 47thStreet Townhomes -Schematic Approval(C) 4705 Bridge Avenue Project Representative -Hanna Cohan Plesser, Knez Homes New construction townhome project at the corner of 47th and Bridge. http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2019/PDF/NW-Agenda-5_8_19.pdf
  12. Like Hillary recently said, she's living rent free in all of your heads.
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