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  1. Not sure if this was ever confirmed, but the former Ciao Bistro/Cha Pizza is some sort of office space now. You can see library style computer cubicles through the window when you drive by.
  2. The current bipartisan proposal is a carbon tax and dividend plan. Democrats don’t like the dividend part (they want to use the revenue) and Republicans now have the Trump problem. How do you convince a man who doesn’t believe climate change is real and wants to be a friend to fossil fuels? And we all know the GOP could never have an opinion that contradicts Trump. Funnily enough, like the ACA it was a conservative idea. https://www.wbur.org/onpoint/2018/12/11/carbon-tax-bill-us-congress https://www.npr.org/sections/money/2018/07/18/630267782/episode-472-the-one-page-plan-to-fix-global-warming-revisited https://www.npr.org/2017/02/28/517536333/a-carbon-tax-gains-traction-among-some-conservatives
  3. The two things aren’t the same though. I agree it’s pretty obvious the “free market” isn’t going to solve the problem itself. But I think a carbon tax would be considered a market-based solution and that might end up being the fastest way to achieve the emission goals the country needs to hit.
  4. Yeah...sounds kinda sketchy to me. But I hope for a quick rebound.
  5. You may be right, but I hope the City begins a traffic study ASAP. Things might get a little nuts down there when you have 1,000 cars coming and going at the same time. I suppose there is ingress/egress to the north, south and west but they are all sh*tty two lane roads.
  6. Definitely on board with these two. Not a fan of term limits...I think they affect system stability and institutional knowledge. Plus, see the Ohio Statehouse...the reps just end up gaming the system to stay in office as long as they want anyway. My problem is that Council (and the local Democratic Party) will outcast and blackball you if you try and primary a sitting member. That’s what is really stifling any competition and choice for constituents, and let’s the incumbents sit there as long as they please.
  7. Man, this thread comes at you fast.
  8. Unfortunately Frank is too stubborn even though it seems everyone else agrees.
  9. Can someone smarter than me explain this? Because all I hear is “WeWork” and that doesn’t sound great?
  10. Shouldn’t affect the innerbelt much, no. A realignment of S Marginal was included in the work, so they’d have to revise that but I believe that would be it.
  11. Good! Now fix the misplaced bricks at the euclid/9th crosswalk. Drives me bonkers.
  12. In an odd, but not unusual agreement, the City of Cleveland Division of Water Pollution Control owns and maintains the sewers within the city.
  13. From the Cleveland Memory project: ”Cleveland Sixth City"--written on the front of the card. During thise period in Cleveland's History, Ca. 1912, many postcards and advertisements proclaimed her the Sixth City. By 1920 Cleveland reached it's peak as the Fifth City.” https://clevelandmemory.contentdm.oclc.org/digital/collection/postcards/id/1798
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