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  1. Robert Mueller’s “collusion” case so far, explained Court filings about Cohen, Manafort, and Stone have alleged scandalous activities during the 2016 campaign. 2) A key figure with shady Russia connections: Trump’s former campaign chair Paul Manafort had a history of illegal work for pro-Russian interests and was in debt to a Russian oligarch. Then, during the campaign, he allegedly handed over Trump polling data to a Russian intelligence-tied associates https://www.vox.com/2019/2/21/18197995/mueller-report-trump-russia-collusion-investigation
  2. To put this in perspective, the 2015 budget for residential streets was only $4M. Cleveland to target as much as $14M at side streets in 2019, but which streets will be on the paving list? CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The city plans to devote more money to repaving side streets for the fourth year in a row, with the total this year expected to be as much as $14 million. On Monday, members of City Council are scheduled to meet with the city’s head of public works, Michael Cox, and others from Mayor Frank Jackson’s administration to begin sorting out which streets will be on this year’s paving list. https://www.cleveland.com/cityhall/2019/03/cleveland-to-target-as-much-as-14m-at-side-streets-in-2019-but-which-streets-will-be-targeted.html
  3. Construction fences just went up around the Franklin Circle, which is the future site of the 119-unit apartment building by Casto.
  4. The office tower is going to top out at 353' (basically the Beacon), while the apartment portion will be ~310'.
  5. Some cool pics: http://www.bridgeprojectcleveland.com/sites/default/files/Bridge Project TLCI Final Report_small_0.pdf
  6. Yes, both of my new neighbors moved here for jobs and affordability. Don't shoot the messenger. https://chicago.cbslocal.com/2019/03/06/millennials-leaving-chicago-cost-of-living/ I hear you about anecdotes, but I've lived in the city since 2009 and have never witnessed this amount of out-of-state license plates before. I've also never met so many new folks like I have in the previous 1.5yrs. On some streets the east coast license plates outnumber the Ohio plates. I guess you're gonna have take our word for it, or move to Cleveland like everyone else : )
  7. Someone from Chicago just bought the house right next door to me (sold in 6 hours). Likewise, the house directly across from me was purchased last June by a couple from Michigan. Jobs and affordability are drawing newcomers to Cleveland. Laugh if you want, but the growth is real. Stats showing what we're observing at ground level typically lag a year or two behind.
  8. By the end of 2021 Stark will have added 3 buildings over 20-stories to the downtown Cleveland skyline. He's a gd legend in my book.
  9. Highly Anticipated nuCLEus Submits Schematic Design for City Approval Stark Enterprises is pleased to announce that after years of hard work, the highly anticipated mixed-use development plan for nuCLEus was submitted today to the City of Cleveland for schematic design approval. Upon approval, this would propel the project forward with a target groundbreaking date of August 2019. Since the project’s beginning in 2014, Stark Enterprises’ CEO and poet developer, Bob Stark, envisioned a new 21st-century focal point and connector for Downtown Cleveland. The nuCLEus plan creates two parallel towers with 80,000 sq. feet of commercial space, 350,000 sq. feet of residential space and 400,000 sq. feet of Class-A office space. The mixed-use plan for nuCLEus has two distinctive towers, both containing 24 floors. The 1st tower will consist of residential units capping out at 310 ft tall and the 2nd tower will consist of efficient Class-A office space above retail, social gathering spaces, dining, entertainment, and parking capping out at 353 feet tall. https://starkenterprises.com/highly-anticipated-nucleus-submits-schematic-design-for-city-approval/?fbclid=IwAR1r8zf29wmRcPU-pU8ntpyejAnJCcP09P_V0g4Gv_uFUG0dN3M_hRS96T8
  10. Cities are way more resilient than suburbs. As the population shift back to the city continues, it will gain more and more power. Regionalism is going to happen here, it's just a matter of when.
  11. Here's 50M https://www.cleveland.com/news/2019/03/columbus-venture-fund-to-open-office-invest-50-million-in-cleveland.html
  12. Armed man robs Lakewood psychic’s shop during weekend D&D game https://www.cleveland.com/crime/2019/02/armed-man-robs-lakewood-psychics-shop-during-weekend-dd-game.html
  13. This is just the preliminary budget estimate, the actual budget will be released sometime early March. Sorry to interrupt the Cleveland bash session. Carry on.
  14. Great news in paradise! Tesla cuts the price of the Model 3. https://www.cnn.com/2019/02/06/business/tesla-model-3-price-cut/index.html
  15. ^ Damn, you just mic dropped all of northern Urban Ohio. Well done!
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