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  1. I thought Bernie was a Democratic Socialist, and not a "Socialist"? https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/12/us/politics/democratic-socialism-facts-history.html
  2. What are their names? Do they own the property they're in? If they are renting at the property and the police are called three (3) times for disturbances, the owner can be charged $100 for each subsequent time the police have to come out. That would eventually lead the owner to evict the problem tenants.
  3. Record Rendezvous goes NO WHERE. That's history this town can't let be demolished. I'm hoping the project can move forward without the demo which in my view seems unnecessary. A parking garage is already part of the project. Theres no need for yet another surface lot on Prospect. The only purpose I can see for the lot would be for equipment staging during constructio, but that's a reach as well.
  4. ^Good to hear. And yes, this is Cleveland. But the town isn't run by manufacturing anymore, which takes up less than 12% of the regional economy to my recollection (last time I looked at the numbers). Thats comparable to many other metros nationwide. The economy here is definitely better structured to bounce back from a recession now than it was in 2008 or 2002. KJP- will you blog about your new info on NuCLEus?
  5. In my dreamworld Hydro would be installed on the north side of the breakwall. There's the constant flow of water from the north which could turn generators.
  6. Ram23 IS one of the kids in the photo, I'm sure. Just vote, people. VOTE.
  7. Short answer: Yes. Fairfax, Glenville (even now), Collinwood, Euclid-Green, Hough, Union-Miles, Mt. Pleasant, Buckeye, even Lee-Harvard (which eould be the most stable of the bunch) have all seen massive disinvestment over the past 10 years. Theres still approximately 3000 vacant homes left in the city which need to be demoed- the huge majority of which are on the east-side. I feel as though the losses are being offset at this point by the gains on the west-side and the improving regional economy, so population loss should be slowing significantly. But the 60 year slide of the east-side is definitely continuing.
  8. I was going to mention that Progressive more than likely has too much in sunk costs to move off of I271 at this point. it'll be years down the road before it can be justified.
  9. ^Just a little credit. Right. Two Charts Show Trump's Job Gains Are Just A Continuation From Obama's Presidency- from Forbes.com last year: https://www.forbes.com/sites/chuckjones/2018/10/30/two-charts-show-trumps-job-gains-are-just-a-continuation-from-obamas-presidency/#468835db1af3 Those pesky little facts, I know... Don't say "121 months of continued economic expansion" and not give P's when due.
  10. If Russian fighter jets flew over South Korea (an American ally) during the Obama administration without a peep from Obama afterwards...
  11. June BLS numbers are out... shows we're up roughly 100,000 jobs since 2008. The region still has to make up roughly 58,000 lost since the 2000 peak though, And again, most of those jobs were in manufacturing; the region's economy is stronger now IMO. Hopefully the growth will continue and any loss in jobs from a recession won't take the region almost 10 years to recover.
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