Most of us agree that we have to protect the things we love and value about Northeast Ohio. We have to make sure that we are using our resources wisely and not wasting them. We need to strengthen our economy and make our region healthier. And we need to get better at solving problems and withstanding challenges.
Cities are at the front lines of climate change. Many of the actions needed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate the risks of climate change must be implemented at the local level. And many of the effects of climate change that are already occurring—from heat waves to severe storms—directly impact the life of cities.
People who dream of a great Cleveland lakefront cheered yesterday, as Ohio Governor John Kasich signed a state transportation bill containing $14 million for repairs to Cleveland Lakefront State Park (not included in the bill was more support for transit, but that’s another story).
In Cleveland’s boom years, Rockefeller Park was the site of boating couples in seersucker suits and straw hats, hoop skirts and parasols floating lazily on wooden skiffs down Doan Brook. Ninety-seven years ago, the city built its Cultural Gardens here to give place to its proud immigrant clans.
When it comes to bike lanes and innovative ideas for multi-modal roadways, is Ohio's Department of Transportation walking the talk?
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