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About musky

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  1. ^Also grad students, and PhD candidates, and researchers, and.......
  2. Glad to see you back, @MyTwoSense
  3. There is also this .kmz file someone created (i forget who) created a while ago to load in Google Earth: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1KirSeoiLAosZGin4Cy8XjLFeGpSwwztI
  4. Same angle as above with the new sign installation, but I haven't added a pic in a while.... so there e
  5. BTW: Old Dave's closed two days ago New Dave's opens today
  6. ODOT Seeks Comments on Proposed I-71 to SR 176 Deceleration Lane Garfield Heights (Friday, February 22) - The Ohio Department of Transportation is proposing to add a southbound deceleration lane from I-71 south to SR 176 south. The proposed 1300-feet long deceleration lane will extend from the existing SR 176 exit north to West 14th Street overpass. All work will be within the existing I-71 median area. A minor lane shift along I-71 will permit the construction of the deceleration lane pavement. A weekend closure of the SR 176 ramp may be required to construct the transition between proposed and existing pavement. Temporary off-peak lane closures of I-71 southbound may be required for drainage conduit installation. ODOT is seeking public input regarding the project. Comments may be directed to: Mr. Mark Alan Carpenter District Environmental Engineer, 5500 Transportation Blvd., Garfield Heights, OH, 44125, or 216-584-2089 or Mark.Carpenter@dot.ohio.gov Comments will be received until March 25, 2019.
  7. I thought Get-Go stations were only built in close proximity to Giant Eagle/Market Districts. The furthest one I can think of is the Giant Eagle on Biddulph/Get-go on Ridge (aprx 3/4 mile) With Dave's on Payne moving to 55th, this leaves that facility open for development. Could GE be considering a move into the City? These two sites are only about a 1/4 mile apart. Unlikely, but it did make me think
  8. East Shoreway site draws big plan A South Marginal Road site near East 55th Street that overlooks the East Shoreway and Lake Erie may be redeveloped as a five-floor apartment building and about 50 townhouse units in a plan proposed by Knez Homes of Concord Township. The site is best known as the former Howard Johnson's hotel site. That 12-story structure was razed in 2009 by a contractor hired by the city of Cleveland, which now owns the site. Knez is on the agenda to share design concepts for the site at the Downtown/Flats Design Review Committee meeting Thursday, Feb. 14, and if the plan is approved, it could be reviewed by Cleveland City Planning Commission on Friday, Feb. 15. The South Marginal site is listed on the design review agenda "for informational purposes only." More: https://www.crainscleveland.com/real-estate/east-shoreway-site-draws-big-plan?utm_source=afternoon-report&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20190212&utm_content=article1-headline
  9. Browns sign RB Kareem Hunt The Cleveland Browns have signed RB Kareem Hunt. Hunt is 5-11, 216 pounds and entering his third NFL season out of Toledo. Originally drafted by Kansas City in the third round of the 2017 NFL draft, Hunt has appeared in 27 career games. He has rushed for 2,151 yards on 453 attempts (4.7 average) with 15 touchdowns, while adding 79 receptions for 833 yards with 10 touchdowns. As a rookie in 2017, Hunt led the NFL with 1,327 rushing yards en route to a Pro Bowl selection. He became just the sixth rookie since 1966 (Super Bowl era) to lead the league in rushing yards. Hunt also became the first player in NFL history to record six consecutive games with 100-plus scrimmage yards to start their rookie campaign. He appeared in 11 games in 2018 and registered 824 rushing yards, 378 receiving yards and 14 total touchdowns. He was released by the Chiefs on Nov. 30. Hunt finished his collegiate career as Toledo’s all-time leading rusher with 4,945 yards, while scoring 44 rushing touchdowns. He attended Willoughby South High School in Willoughby, Ohio. https://www.clevelandbrowns.com/news/browns-sign-rb-kareem-hunt
  10. I count seven. There is a blue one on the inside
  11. I have no idea why that photo posted twice - It won't let me remove it though
  12. I-490 planned closure between East 55th Street and I-77 Closure will take place May 2019-May 2021 CLEVELAND (Tuesday, December 4, 2018) - Starting May 29, 2019 construction crews working on Section 3 of the Opportunity Corridor Project (OC3) will be closing I-490 between East 55th Street and I-77 for approximately two years. Traffic will be detoured via Woodland or Carnegie avenues to access East 55th Street. Specific detours are as follows: I-77 northbound detour to East 55th Street northbound: Exit at East 22nd Street/East 14th Street Keep left onto East 14th Street Keep right onto East 18th Street Turn right on Carnegie Avenue to East 55th Street I-77 northbound detour to East 55th Street southbound: Exit at Woodland Avenue/East 30th Street Keep right onto Woodland Avenue to East 55th Street I-77 southbound detour to East 55th Street: Exit at Woodland Avenue/East 30th Street Keep left onto Woodland Avenue to East 55th Street East 55th Street detour to I-490 westbound: West on Woodland Ave to East 30th Street Keep left and merge onto Orange Avenue Keep right, merge onto I-77 southbound Click on the map to view a larger version. Prior to the I-490 closure, temporary pavement will be installed to allow northbound and southbound traffic to continue on East 55th Street between approximately Bower and Francis avenues. Commuters should follow detour signage visible along the construction areas and are urged to use caution in the work zones. Work during this two-year closure will include: Demolition of existing buildings, bridges and tree removal Reconstruction of the existing streets and intersections along the new boulevard Major underground work including sanitary sewers, waterlines, drainage and utility services Construction of new bridges and retaining walls The OC3 design-build project will ultimately connect I-490/I-77 to E. 93rd Street, where Section 2 leaves off. OC3 construction highlights will include two new pedestrian bridges, four new bridges located over the boulevard, six signalized intersections, new water mains, new major sanitary and storm sewers, along with tree lawns, sidewalks and a shared-use path. To date, the Opportunity Corridor project milestones include the completion of Section 1 with the widening of the existing East 105th Street between Quebec and Chester avenues. Section 2 opened to traffic late-November 2018 and features a new roadway between East 93rd Street and Quebec Avenue including the new East 105th Street Bridge that passes over Norfolk Southern Railroad and the newly expanded Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority station platform. Kokosing Construction Company, Inc. was awarded the design-build contract on the third and final section of the Opportunity Corridor with a bid amount of $150,858,250. *** The purpose of the Opportunity Corridor Project is to improve transportation and economic development in the historically underserved part of Cleveland known as the “Forgotten Triangle” located within the City of Cleveland, between I-490/I-77 and University Circle. The three-mile boulevard will provide improved access to and through the communities of Slavic Village, Central, Kinsman, Buckeye-Shaker, and Fairfax. The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) District 12 is leading the project in partnership with the City of Cleveland.
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