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  1. Carnegie's here - http://www.onelakewood.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/One-Lakewood-Place-Carnegie-Management-and-Development-07.05.2017.pdf
  2. Casto's submission is online here - http://www.onelakewood.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/CASTO_NPR_RFP-2017-Final_public.pdf
  3. I don't work on the project anymore so I don't know specific dates on some things. My guess is at least this Fall, the land that will support the bridge needs a lot of time settle before they can put up anything. It took a while for the one over West 7th to be put into place.
  4. They had to try to keep the trail in the public right of way and minimize acquisitions. The group that owns the asphalt plant down the hill owns the hillside. The city acquired a piece of the property for the bridge that will cross over Literary.
  5. I worked on the project.. if you have a question I can do my best to answer. Burying poles, etc. wasn't in the approved project scope.
  6. Sokolowski's painted the stripes for their previous parking on the city-owned right of way
  7. I know that Kevin Kelley will be running. I don't think an outsider candidate such as Justin has much of a chance.
  8. There are preliminary site plans on Brecksville's website - https://www.brecksville.oh.us/Economic Development/va.html
  9. It's in this article - https://www.cleveland.com/business/2020/02/brecksville-incentives-for-sherwin-williams-rd-project-could-be-worth-100-million-plus.html "Brecksville has set aside 75 acres of the former VA site for Sherwin-Williams. The city controls the 103-acre property, which has been cleared for a mixed-use redevelopment called Valor Acres through a partnership with the DiGeronimo Companies. And officials expect to expand the broader project footprint by acquiring 88 acres immediately to the west this year."
  10. Valor Acres is 190 acres total with 75 of them for SW. https://www.cleveland.com/business/2020/02/valor-acres-home-of-proposed-sherwin-williams-rd-center-nearly-doubles-in-size-with-brecksville-land-purchase.html
  11. The R&D center will have ~ 680 jobs over 75 acres, that wouldn't be very good density if it were Downtown.
  12. Wyse was bought by Falls in October - https://www.cleveland.com/business/2019/10/clevelands-wyse-ad-agency-acquired-by-falls-marketing-firm.html
  13. The work at Irishtown Bend work could be new bulkheads across from Hart Crane Park, that was supposed to be the first step of the Hillside Stabilization project.
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