Cleveland Announces Site for New Police Headquarters in Opportunity Corridor Neighborhood
By Kim Palmer, Crain's
The city of Cleveland announced in a Public Safety City Council meeting Thursday, Nov. 14, that a 10-acre property in the Kinsman neighborhood has been selected as the site for the new campus-style police headquarters.
Since 2017, city officials have been searching for a new police...
Development Projects Position Downtown Cleveland to Compete in the War for Talent
Article is by the Downtown Cleveland Alliance, Biz Journals
A city is only as strong as its people. Building a place where talented young professionals want to live and work is vital for economic success, and Downtown Cleveland is rising to the challenge.
Employers in Downtown Cleveland recruit from one of the youngest, most...
South Euclid City Council Wants to Make Sure Construction Site Workers Pay Their Fair Share
By Jeff Piorkowski, special to cleveland.com
South Euclid City Council members aren't sure if the city is receiving the proper amount of income taxes owed from large construction sites, such as Cedar Center North, largely built in 2012-13.
Are those who work on construction jobs in the city paying their fair share of taxes...
Yes, to Tri-C Levy
Crain's Cleveland Business Editorial
If you care about addressing the skills gap, reducing income inequality and expanding employment opportunities to more citizens, a strong local community college is essential.
We're fortunate in Northeast Ohio to have several good ones, including Cuyahoga Community College, which is...
Welcome Home, Cleveland Fans! Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse Holds Grand Opening Ceremony
By Natasha Anderson, Fox 8
The doors are opening at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse! The newly-transformed arena held its celebratory "Welcome Home" Grand Opening Saturday.
The new Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse features more space, amenities and more food and beverage options that are intended to bring a new energy, excitement and...
CEA's Response to Ohio Supreme Court's Ruling on Local Hiring
Unanimously Adopted by CEA’s Board of Directors
September 25, 2019...
Delays in Building a new Cuyahoga County Justice Center Would be Costly
By Peter Krouse, cleveland.com
Every year the county delays in building a new Justice Center, or renovating the current one, will tack on tens of millions of dollars in construction costs, according to the project’s lead planner.
Jeff Appelbaum, an attorney with Thompson Hine in Cleveland, said that construction costs are...
Panzica-Veysey Venture Could be Leader for Key Site Owned by Cuyahoga County
By Crain's Cleveland Business Senior Reporter, Stan Bullard.
Bridgeworks LLC, a joint venture led by Michael Panzica, a principal of Hemingway Development of Cleveland, and Graham Veysey, a progenitor of Ohio City's Hingetown area, is the leading prospect to snare a site that Cuyahoga County is shedding.
That's the word...
Ohio’s Orphan Well Program Needs Contractors to do the job
By Shane Hoover, CantonRep.com staff writer
The state has millions of dollars to spend on plugging old and potentially hazardous oil and natural gas wells. Now, it’s looking for more contractors to do the work.
Prolific shale wells and a change in state law have boosted the Ohio Department of Natural Resources fund...
Cleveland Public Library Picks Design Teams for First 5 Projects In $100 Million Plan to Improve 27 Branches
By Steven Litt, The Plain Dealer
By approving these firms, we are beginning to fulfill our promise to the community to take a close look at our neighborhood libraries to ensure our communities’ needs are being met, both now and into the future,” Maritza Rodriguez, president of the library board, said in a news release.