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  1. ^That is far more interesting than whatever is there now. Whatever it is, its so bland, I can't even think whats on that corner other than the back of the Huntington Bldg.
  2. ^Yes and more importantly, after clearing immigration and customs you don't want to be forced to go through security if you're NOT flying out of CLE after landing there---which is the set up right now with the FIS under A.
  3. The Flats needs a coffee shop, so I was happy to see an article that a new coffee shop is opening on the East Bank. But the article says "Archer Bldg." is that the same as Archer Apartments? If so, that's on W9 in the Warehouse District, not the Flats. "The shop is called The 27 Club and will be located inside the Archer building." https://www.wkyc.com/article/entertainment/machine-gun-kelly-to-open-unique-coffee-shop-in-cleveland/95-19ad5fa7-4494-4502-a892-6392bdcb5941
  4. Clinic gets is largest gift ever--$261M. Four institutions got gifts: CLE Clinic, Duke University, MIT, and USC. Each are receiving about $261 million. "Cleveland Clinic receives $261 million gift from Lord Foundation of Ohio The distribution was made possible by the sale of privately held manufacturing company LORD Corp., which was founded in Erie, Pa., and is now based in Cary, N.C. It grew to sales of more than $1 billion in 2018 and was just purchased by Parker Hannifin Corp. for $3.675 billion, triggering the distribution of the proceeds to four institutions, including the Clinic...." https://www.crainscleveland.com/health-care/cleveland-clinic-receives-261-million-gift-lord-foundation-ohio?utm_source=breaking-news-alert
  5. Regarding the Clinic's expansion and activities in Florida: "PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla.-- Port St. Lucie Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to authorize a lease with Cleveland Clinic Florida at the Florida Center for Bio-Sciences, establishing Port St. Lucie as a major hub for Cleveland Clinic Florida...." https://www.wptv.com/news/region-st-lucie-county/cleveland-clinic-to-create-major-research-hub-in-port-st-lucie-under-new-lease-with-city
  6. Another company, Chinese injection press manufacturer Tederic Machinery Co. Ltd., is placing its US headquarters in Cleveland. Tederic Machinery establishing US headquarters near Cleveland "...This fall, the company hired machinery veteran Tony Firth as vice president of sales and marketing for Tederic North America Inc. One of his first tasks: Find a suitable building in the 20,000- to 30,000-square-foot range in a good central location in the Midwest, the main U.S. region for injection press sales...." https://www.plasticsnews.com/news/tederic-machinery-establishing-us-headquarters-near-cleveland
  7. Pugu

    What are you watching?

    Just started watching the devil next door on netflix about John Demjanjuk. Very good so far. So great shots of 1980s Cleveland in it. https://www.netflix.com/title/80201488
  8. This link should help: https://www.epi.org/publication/updated-employment-multipliers-for-the-u-s-economy/
  9. No, something is wrong with those numbers. Manufacturing DOES have a high multiplier effect compared to many other industries. For example for durable manufacturing for every 100 jobs created in that field, 289.1 supplier jobs are created and 454.9 induced jobs (dry cleaners, restaurants, etc.) for a total of 744.1 total indirect jobs. Retail trade brings in 122 jobs per 100. That 744 is an average for durable manufacturing. Its not logical that SUV production brings in 925 jobs per 100, but autos bring in only 73--lower than retail jobs. The SUV number may be accurate, but the auto number certainly isn't.
  10. The resurrected Wow is now PLAY. https://simpleflying.com/wow-air-relaunch-as-play/
  11. "CLE should be turned over to the Port Authority or sold and privatized." The Cleveland Port Authority has zero experience running an airport. The majority of its board is appointed by the Mayor. I don't see how that is good idea. The airport should stay in the city's hands. We just need better leadership and management. Don't destroy the city further by taking away one its last remaining big assets. The suburbs are just drooling to get their grubby hands on it.
  12. I'd say its more of a desire for Sun Country to enter CLE and Frontier dropping the route than the Valspar deal. Frontier is dropping the route (4x weekly), so it gives Sun Country an opportunity to connect CLE to their hub (2x weekly). The Valspar deal makes it all sweeter.
  13. ^Oh, okay, that's disappointing---I was getting cautiously excited for a moment there.
  14. Did I miss something? Is a Target opening in Downtown? That's great if so---where will it be? (If not, I was misled by the lengthly discussion on how Target will affect the Heinens Downtown. I know we love to speculate and pontificate here at UO!)
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