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About musky

  • Birthday 12/15/1966

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    Newburgh Heights
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    "Where there is no vision, the people perish..."

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  1. Governor DeWine, Lt. Governor Husted Statements on NFL Draft in Cleveland FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 22, 2019 3:53 PM (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine issued the following the National Football League's announcement that the NFL Draft will be held in Cleveland in 2021: "Ohio is the birthplace of professional football and the home of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. I applaud the NFL's decision to hold the NFL Draft in Cleveland and give the Cleveland Browns and all of Ohio the opportunity to spotlight Ohio's professional football history and passionate fans. "In hosting the MLB All-Star Game this July, the NFL Draft in 2021, and the NBA All-Star Game in 2022, three of the country's biggest professional sports leagues have each decided to showcase all that Cleveland has to offer, and I could not agree more." Ohio Lt. Governor Jon Husted issued the following statement: "Cleveland is a great choice for the NFL Draft. It has some of the best NFL fans in the nation and is right up the road from the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton. You can see the history of the NFL and the future of the NFL all in one day."
  2. It's official. We will host the 2021 NFL Draft.
  3. Reuters is reporting pretty much the same thing https://www.reuters.com/article/us-football-nfl-cle-2021-draft/report-2021-nfl-draft-awarded-to-cleveland-idUSKCN1SR2IP
  4. I am almost completely certain that his office (emphasis on "his office") designed the fourth-floor space of the night club formerly known as Aquilon (The Lift, Smart Bar, The Whiskey, etc.)
  5. @KJP getting a little bit of love A new headquarters for Cleveland paint giant Sherwin-Williams? Paint giant Sherwin-Williams could be considering a new headquarters, as space grows tight in the Cleveland offices. Ken Prendergrast of NEOTrans, an economic development and transportation blog, reported multiple sources saying that Sherwin Williams officials are preparing a request for proposals to build a new headquarters. The company has no comment, Sherwin-Williams Director of Corporate Communications Mike Conway told cleveland.com Tuesday morning. Sherwin-Williams’ headquarters are on Prospect Avenue, near Tower City and across from the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. You might be familiar with the giant banner featuring a mosaic of Cleveland faces in the shape of one of the city’s iconic “Guardians of Traffic" statues (which replaced the giant LeBron James banner when he left the Cavs). The company houses its research and development facilities nearby, at the Breen Technology Center on Canal Road in the Flats. NEOTrans did not report a specific target location for the headquarters. Prendergrast wrote that sources say “everything is on the table" and that a request for proposals is expected by year’s end. He has written about a potential move earlier this year, as well as in 2018. More here: https://www.cleveland.com/business/2019/05/a-new-headquarters-for-cleveland-paint-giant-sherwin-williams.html
  6. Community Development Manager City of Euclid Job Summary: Responsible for complex grant coordination and administration related to the daily operations of the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) funded programs and other planning and development related grants. This includes preparation of grant applications, corresponding with HUD officials and other grant agencies, preparing and submitting the CDBG budgets, assuring all grant expenditures are in conformance with related regulations, preparing and monitoring contracts, preparing reports, documentation, forms, and memos required to obtain and maintain funding from HUD, coordinating and documenting citizen participation processes and meeting with auditors and providing reconciled documentation for all grant related expenditures. Administers various grants and other special projects and performs related planning, development and administrative activities as needed. Works under the supervision of the Director of Planning and Development. Job Duties: - Manage and monitor the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) grant funds. - Develop and maintain understanding and working knowledge of current HUD/CDBG/HOME regulations. - Periodically analyze program development and develop strategies for the utilization and budgeting of CDBG and related federal grant dollars. - Prepare annual CDBG budget and makes projections of expenditures for activities/projects; oversees grant expenditures and reviews related invoices and approves for payment; maintains City financial records. - Coordinate the monitoring of current CDBG and HOME funded programs, ensuring that performance levels associated with grant funding are being met. - Conduct draw-downs of grant funds as the local administrator of HUD’s Integrated Disbursement and Information System (IDIS). - Prepare and monitor Federal and other grant related contracts with outside contractors; ensure that expected performance levels are met and performs required annual monitoring of sub-recipients. - Prepare Annual Action Plan, Consolidated Plan, Grantee Performance Report and other required HUD documents, utilizing HUD planning software, where appropriate. - Primary liaison to HUD to assist representatives of Housing and Urban Development in assessing the City’s CDBG program for compliance with HUD regulations. - Assist independent auditors with audit of CDBG and all other grants. - Prepare timely and accurate reports to HUD. - Respond to questions regarding status of funding requests, explains related regulations and requirements. - Make public presentations to the Citizens Advisory Committee, City Council and staff on grant funded programs. - Supervise program staff. - Perform research on other grant programs fitting the City’s needs. - Provide data to improve decision-making and policy-making through research and written reports, spatial studies and map creation including, but not limited to, census data, demographic analysis and community and economic development trends. - Assist Director with department budgeting, administration and other duties as required. (The description above represents the most significant duties of this position but does not exclude other occasional work assignments not mentioned, the inclusion of which would be in conformity with the factor degrees assigned.) Work Environment: Office and outdoor inspections, interviews on construction sites. Sedentary work: exerting negligible force; occasional walking, standing. Physical activity: balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, fingering. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Urban Planning, Public Administration or related field and three to five years of progressively responsible related experience, or any combination of education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job. Ability to express ideas and instructions clearly both verbally and in writing. Valid driver's license. Proficient in Microsoft Office Products. Experience with GIS mapping preferred. The City of Euclid does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in employment or the provision of services. Hiring manager: Jonathon Holody Pay rate: $22.45 - $33.72, commensurate with experience Full Time, 40 hours per week, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm Submit resumes with a cover letter, and/or a City application to jobs@cityofeuclid.com
  7. IMO, Rocket Mortgage Colosseum > Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
  8. It's the dark theme I use. Moving on...... During the film festival last week, I did walk through the mall to peek inside as many storefronts as I could. Some had work being performed in them, some did not. Nothing I saw made my eyes pop with a wow factor though
  9. On a somewhat related, yet unrelated note.... what happened to the search function on the forum? Am I really that blind, or is it missing?
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