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  1. Officially confirmed by CWRU public relations: https://case.edu/studentlife/healthcounseling/health-serviceshealth-updates/april-2-message-campus-new-role-health-education-campus
  2. Now that is some posh living on the Cleveland lakefront. Note: also walking distance to the upcoming Bradstreet's Landing lakefront park / pier: https://www.cleveland.com/news/2019/10/bradstreets-landing-in-rocky-river-to-break-ground-in-spring-2020.html For CLE suburban living options, this has to be at the top of list. Plus a very scenic 15-20 min commute to Downtown driving Lake Ave, Clifton Ave, and the Shoreway (Edgewater Pkwy..??)
  3. Saw this on Twitter - atrium of CWRU Health Education Campus @ Cleveland Clinic will be set your as makeshift hospital: https://mobile.twitter.com/Neil_Mehta/status/1243736363507253248
  4. Great stuff! No ex-pat would ever recognize this photo as Cleveland...unless they follow UO
  5. Two quotes to best encapsulate what we’re up against with our leadership...real quotes from the leader of the free world: “People are surprised that I understand it. Every one of these doctors said, ‘How do you know so much about this?’ Maybe I have a natural ability. Maybe I should have done that instead of running for President.” - President Trump, 7 Mar 2020 "You can call it a germ, you can call it a flu, you can call it a virus, you know you can call it many different names. I'm not sure anybody even knows what it is." - President Trump, 27 Mar 2020
  6. Sterle’s building (next door to Goldhorn Brewery) will be auctioned off... not a bad price either: https://www.ohiosheriffsales.com/property_details/cleveland_restaurant-venue_with_14_076_sf_615
  7. AMAZING stuff @MayDay. The second to last picture screams "why aren't those power lines buried!?!"
  8. Two downtown Cleveland hotels have temporarily closed, a third closing, amid loss of business due to the coronavirus, tourism bureau reports Updated 1:12 PM; Today 12:31 PM By Peter Krouse, cleveland.com CLEVELAND, Ohio - Two downtown hotels have temporarily closed and a third is expected to close Friday amid the loss of business from the coronavirus pandemic, said David Gilbert, president and CEO of Destination Cleveland, the region’s travel and tourism promotional arm. In an interview Thursday with cleveland.com, Gilbert identified the two closed hotels as the Westin Cleveland Downtown and the Kimpton Schofield Hotel and the one closing Friday as the Cleveland Marriott Downtown at Key Tower. https://www.cleveland.com/news/2020/03/two-downtown-cleveland-hotels-have-temporarily-closed-a-third-closing-amid-loss-of-business-due-to-the-coronavirus-tourism-bureau-reports.html
  9. Cleveland City Council approves tax incentives to aid $20M Larchmere apartment development Today 8:03 PM By Robert Higgs, cleveland.com CLEVELAND, Ohio – Cleveland City Council approved tax incentives Monday to aid the development of nearly 90 apartments on Larchmere Boulevard on Cleveland’s East Side. The project, dubbed 121 Larchmere, will involve construction of a four-story building at the corner of Larchmere and East 121st Street at the western end of the Larchmere commercial strip. First Interstate Properties Ltd., the company that built Legacy Village in Lyndhurst, Steelyard Commons in the Industrial Valley on Cleveland’s West Side and the One University Circle high-rise apartment building, has proposed the project. https://www.cleveland.com/cityhall/2020/03/cleveland-city-council-approves-tax-incentives-to-aid-20m-larchmere-apartment-development.html
  10. Johns Hopkins has updated its live COVID-19 tracker to default as per county for the US now: https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html
  11. Shout out from Dr. Acton for work being down inside Ohio at CWRU: Ohio’s top health official praises Cuyahoga County, CWRU https://fox8.com/news/coronavirus/ohios-top-health-official-praises-cuyahoga-county-cwru/
  12. I still think it is a real concern estimating what percentage of households will correctly handle the paperwork. What you're saying sounds good in practice, but who knows what the level of compliance will be. Let's say 80% of households fill it out correctly, that is still a decent percentage of college students not being counted inside our major city limits. It seems inevitable Ohio cities will feel at least some effect on college student metrics alone, with Cincinnati, Toledo, Columbus, and Youngstown possibly hit the hardest (Cleveland comparatively has a smaller student population). COVID-19 will create other issues overall ...that's a whole other story and should be a major concern as well.
  13. Had the same thought a week ago. Ohio cities need to make sure everyone is counted more than ever.
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