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  1. If CLE had 19M visitors, there's no way in hell that Columbus, Ohio had 41M. If they are including state employees from around the state that are forced to go there for meetings or something--but even then that alone probably can't be more than 100,000 or 200,000. Maybe they count 'visitors' as people who drive on I-71 from CLE to Cinci but get off in Columbus to go to the bathroom.
  2. Votem lists their address as 50 Public Square, Suite 200. Is that the Terminal Tower or Higbees? Terminal Tower Thanks. But I was referring to Santander. I couldn't find their office on google or santander's own website.
  3. ^That is interesting. Where is their physical office?
  4. ^Yes! Those look fine. Cleveland Clinic even did a partial job like this--with a garage wrapped in offices on two sides, and standard ugly garage on the other side. Facing 93 St. and Euclid are nice. Facing E 90 St and the rest of Hough, they didn't bother. But the developer at this project is showing the garage as usual, unconcealed ugly garage with concrete ramps. A better design is either underground or concealed. "It is fun to spend other people's money, no doubt about that." Is this YOUR money KJP? What a bizarre statement. It almost suggests that to ensure proper profit levels of business people/developers, no critique or improvements to design should be made.
  5. ^I didn't say it was the same price or cheaper. I said the park garage was ugly and made more pronounced by their attempts to beautify it. But being underground would certainly add to the value of the project.
  6. That garage is atrocious. And efforts to make it pretty with art make it stand out even more. The lot is big enough they could do 1-2 levels underground and it would fully replace the five-story or whatever ugly garage. That space could be a park or another bldg with a some retail, but a giant garage looks horrendous.
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    Ohio Census / Population Trends

    I'm not sure what you're trying to say with this post. Yes, of course Mexico and Puerto Rico are different places....? Maybe I am misunderstanding the point you're trying to make. edale--thanks for the data. I like demographic data as well. my point was that it is overly simplistic to say "Hispanic/Latino" without drilling deeper. Cleveland has an unusually low percentage (and number) of Mexicans (and Guatemalans, Hondurans, etc.), but this is not the case with Puerto Ricans. So to understand the numbers we need to look at individual ethnicities to look for patterns/trends/events/existing communities/political relationship with the US, etc.
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    Ohio Census / Population Trends

    ^That 1800 figure refers to the number of people who were seen/helped by the Spanish American Committee. Its probable that not every single person who moved from PR to CLE also stopped in at the Spanish American Committee. So the number is at least 1800, but likely higher. No idea--3k? 4k?
  9. ^don't click on their site--looks like it might have been hacked. But here's the info from google for sutton hardware: Spacious store, founded in 1945, providing hardware & tool rental, plus key, glass & screen cutting. Address: 3848 Prospect Ave E, Cleveland, OH 44115 Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 5:30PM Phone: (216) 696-8340
  10. Sutton Hardware maybe? 38 or so and Prospect
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    Ohio Census / Population Trends

    ^and speaking of Hurricane Maria, the Cleveland PR community did get a boost. Not sure of exact number, but at least a couple thousand people have moved from PR to CLE, and apparently people are still moving.
  12. Pugu

    Ohio Census / Population Trends

    ^Yes, that is true. I thought we were talking about Hispanic population in general. I was responding to this:
  13. Pugu

    Ohio Census / Population Trends

    ^There's a difference between Mexican and Puerto Rican, DR, etc. Cleveland has a good-sized Puerto Rican population, enough to warrant, until Hurricane Maria, a direct, weekly flight for the past 15-20 or so years.
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    Ohio Census / Population Trends

    ^Speaking of refugees, Bhutanese Refugee settlements --first 9months of 2018 Akron 63 Cincinnati 23 Cleveland 21 Cleveland Hts 12 Columbus 88 Cuyahoga Falls 6 Stow 1 and for KJP: Ukraine 128 Cleveland 1 Cleveland Heights 54 Columbus 40 Parma 27 Parma Heights 4 Strongsville 2 the biggest group was from DRC: Dem. Rep. Congo 325 Akron 54 Cincinnati 17 Cleveland 102 Cleveland Heights 18 Columbus 54 Dayton 61 Kettering 8 Lakewood 6 Toledo 5
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