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Ed Morrison · Links

October 25th, 2008

  • Ohio lawmakers warn of politics in grant program
  • Euclid Corridor Project Leaves the Station
  • Blundering Mayor Jackson and City Council
  • Chamber kicks off Project 360
  • The Living Cities
    An August 2008 Forbes.com report that named Canton, Cleveland and Youngstown to its list of top-10 “fastest-dying cities” has generated much local discussion. Western Reserve PBS gave community leaders an opportunity to respond in a one-hour live broadcast.
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    5 Responses to “Links”

    1. J Murray Says:

      The first item in this list, politicization of grant making from the Third Frontier program, is a serious concern. Taxpayer money should fund the best technology, period. There is evidence that the current administration is progressively increasing the role of political concerns in the awarding of grants–quietly, but inexorably. This is a prescription for political concord, and economic mediocrity–at best.

    2. Carole Cohen Says:

      I watched an evening of Living Cities on one of the Cleve cable access channels a week ago. I think the people who were there were the ad hoc committee members, at least it seemed that way. I was very impressed with the Lorain Co rep. Eric Mansfield from WKYC hosted it. If you all get a chance, when you are channel surfing, look for it.

    3. Ed Morrison Says:

      J:

      I agree completely.

    4. Mark W. "Some Guy on Bridge" Schumann Says:

      That whole Euclid Corridor thing is going to waste if RTA doesn’t get its act together _fast_. Yesterday’s “Health Line” was running 26 minutes late, couldn’t collect fares, and didn’t even have standing room. It has its own lane and STILL gets stuck in traffic… slower than the old #6 even.

      Epic fail, as the kids say.

    5. Gloria Ferris Says:

      $1 million contribution for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Dinner.

      54,000 children could receive one hot meal a day for three months.