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  1. Apparently the AG letter wasn't an official "opinion," so it doesn't really hold any weight. I've heard there is talk going on with members of the General Assembly to try to amend the ORC to specifically allow for virtual public meetings to take place.
  2. It shouldn't stop administrative planning and zoning reviews, but anything that needs approval from the Planning or Landmarks Commission or the Board of Zoning Appeals would be problematic with commissions not meeting. The Ohio AG sent out a memo that evidently suggests open meetings can still occur electronically, but I haven't read too much into that yet.
  3. Was watching with a co-worker, we were crying we were laughing so hard.
  4. The Plain Dealer just reported on it. It's in Trumbull County https://www.cleveland.com/business/2020/03/fifth-case-of-coronavirus-reported-in-trumbull-county.html
  5. http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/zoning/pdf/348_Form_Based_Districts.pdf
  6. Wishing a very unhappy birthday to the Public Square jersey barriers, as they were installed three years ago today. How much longer until they finally fix this?
  7. Here is the Urban Core Overlay zoning ordinance (of which the Warehouse District superblock is part)
  8. The new Acela train was passing through Ohio tonight on its way to Colorado. Here it is going through Sandusky. Was cool to see.
  9. I love Green Rooster Farms in the Hanna Building. https://thedriftwoodgroup.com/restaurants/green-rooster-farms/#menu
  10. I always enjoy a good discussion of neighborhood boundaries, but, before this convo gets cut, we do have a separate thread for that
  11. The megablock in the Warehouse District is the first "Urban Core" overlay district that was passed by City Council a few years ago. You can read the zoning requirements here: http://library.amlegal.com/nxt/gateway.dll/Ohio/cleveland_oh/partthreelandusecode/partiiiblandusecode-zoningcode/titleviizoningcode/chapter348-formdistricts?f=templates$fn=default.htm$3.0$vid=amlegal:cleveland_oh$anc=JD_348.05 I assume they would need to get a variance if they weren't able to abide by any of these. Edit: The link seems to not work. I'll just link to an old tweet of mine that has images of the code:
  12. Obviously, it depends on how it’s designed, but I don’t necessarily dislike that kind of massing there. Fits well with the opposite blocks across St Clair and W 6th
  13. Not related to ward/at-large split, but I went through a couple years ago and researched the city councils of the 100 largest cities in the US and ranked them by city council members per capita. Cleveland ranked 6th in the country as having the largest city council per capita. Full 100: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B16RJdSArUFaT2tva29ZRFdvY1U/view?usp=sharing
  14. I'd love to see BRT on all of RTA's priority corridors, and then some.
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