“Regionalism and Shaker Heights” forum Aug 18, 2016

“Regionalism and Shaker Heights” forum Aug 18, 2016 “Regionalism and Shaker Heights” Aug 18, 2016 Issues facing almost all of Northeast Ohio’s suburbs w/Panelists: Armond Budish, Cuyahoga County Executive Edward Kraus, Cuyahoga County Director of Regional Coordination Earl M. Leiken, Mayor, City of Shaker Heights Hunter Morrison, Director, NE Ohio Sustainable Communities Consortium Moderator: Judy … Continue reading ““Regionalism and Shaker Heights” forum Aug 18, 2016″

“Regionalism and the West Shore Communities” forum 11.14.16

“Regionalism and the West Shore Communities” forum 11.14.16 Panelists: Pamela Bobst, Mayor, City of Rocky River Armond Budish, Cuyahoga County Executive Dave Greenspan, Cuyahoga County Council, District 1 Edward Kraus, Director of Regional Coordination, Cuyahoga County Michael Summer, Mayor, City of Lakewood Moderator: Janice Patterson, LWV-Greater Cleveland The panel discussed current initiatives in the delivery … Continue reading ““Regionalism and the West Shore Communities” forum 11.14.16″

Regionalism in Northeast Ohio-Material on the Subject From the Past 10+ Years

Proposed Revised Cuyahoga County Map 2012 (NEOMG) Regionalism in Northeast Ohio-Material on the Subject from the Past 10+ Years History of Cuyahoga County Government From the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History (1810-2011) History of Northeast Ohio Regional Government From the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History (thru 2009) Reports from the Plain Dealer A Region Divided – Plain … Continue reading “Regionalism in Northeast Ohio-Material on the Subject From the Past 10+ Years”

Focusing Better on Big Picture: Concept of Regionalism Grows on Local Leaders: Joe Frolik Plain Dealer/NEOMG February 12, 2006

ONLINE: Read more, including The Plain Dealer’s “A Region Divided,” on the Web. www.cleveland.com/region It was Plato who first identified necessity as the mother of invention. But if the Greek philosopher were to pop up in Cleveland these days, he just might conclude that necessity has another child: regionalism. Not so long ago, regionalism was … Continue reading “Focusing Better on Big Picture: Concept of Regionalism Grows on Local Leaders: Joe Frolik Plain Dealer/NEOMG February 12, 2006”

New Ohio House Speaker, Armond Budish, Vows to Push For Cities; Regionalism Plain Dealer January 5, 2009

Columbus – Ohio’s big cities could see special treatment from the state with income tax breaks on new jobs, more money for school construction and free broadband services for urban businesses under a plan unveiled Monday by new Democratic House Speaker Armond Budish. However, those potential freebies wouldn’t come without a price – Ohio’s urban … Continue reading “New Ohio House Speaker, Armond Budish, Vows to Push For Cities; Regionalism Plain Dealer January 5, 2009”

Regionalism in Louisville Working, But Black Political Power Dwindles Plain Dealer/NEOMG August 26, 2007

A REGION UNITING? Optimism is in rich supply in the “Big Lou” these days, and why not? Louisville, Ky., is rapidly reclaiming its waterfront, replacing scrap yards with parkland. New condos and historic restorations are awakening a once-sleepy downtown, and a new skyscraper is on the way. Employers are investing, and how. Last year, UPS … Continue reading “Regionalism in Louisville Working, But Black Political Power Dwindles Plain Dealer/NEOMG August 26, 2007”

David Abbott Talks on “Regionalism” at Cleveland City Club 4.25.14 (Video)

David Abbott, Executive Director, The George Gund Foundation discusses the importance of regionalism within northeast Ohio and Cleveland, noting the importance of keeping young people in the region and promoting inclusion and diversity to prosper more than the regions that don’t. He says that Cleveland must focus on the future more than reflecting on past … Continue reading “David Abbott Talks on “Regionalism” at Cleveland City Club 4.25.14 (Video)”

What’s New on Teaching Cleveland Digital

“Shaker Square: Its past, present and future” forum moderated by Steven Litt, Plain Dealer July 25, 2017 (Video) Cleveland Day (July 22) Jean Murrell Capers (1913-2017) Local Public Policy Issue Forums 2015-2017 (Video) A brief history of the Ohio income tax by Michael F. Curtin 2/15/2017 “Wildlife in Northeast Ohio: why can’t we all just … Continue reading “What’s New on Teaching Cleveland Digital”

Some of the Best of 2016

Joe Posnanski story on Cleveland Cavs and LeBron James 6.20.16 (NBC) Some of the Best of 2016: Long Form Essays of Note (plus other content) Drowning in Dysfunction: How the Cleveland Water Department is Failing its Community, Violating Rights (WEWS-TV5) 12/22/2016 Returning to Ohio How a small, Midwestern town has changed over the decades—and where it aims … Continue reading “Some of the Best of 2016”

News Aggregator Archives: FEATURE area 2016

  Can’t You Hear the 1948 Whistle Blowin’ 10.27.16 (New York Times)   Cleveland Indians in 1948: A Story of Integration 10.24.16 (New York Times)   Everything You Want to Know About Swing State Ohio, But Were Afraid to Ask 10.20.16 (Fortune)   “Heart of Steel” Series from Plain Dealer About Steel Industry in Cleveland … Continue reading “News Aggregator Archives: FEATURE area 2016”