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Wednesday, January 27, 2010
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Opportunity Corridor community meeting

The Opportunity Corridor is planned as a three mile boulevard that will stretch from I-490 at East 55th Street to East 105th Street. The transportation and economic development project will help revive and redevelop large tracts of vacant and underutilized land in the city of Cleveand and create jobs.

The purpose of this meeting is to present the project to the University Circle community. Presenters will discuss the goals of the project, review possible corridor routes and gather public input regarding proposed land uses being considered.

All comments received will be given careful consideration as the project progresses.

For more information, contact Terri Hamilton Brown at the Greater Cleveland Partnership at(216)592-2258 or THamiltonBrown@GCPartnership.com

Additional project information is available here.

The Opportunity Corridor is planned as a three mile boulevard that will stretch from I-490 at East 55th Street to East 105th Street. The transportation and economic development project will help revive and redevelop large tracts of vacant and underutilized land in the city of Cleveand and create jobs. The purpose of this meeting is to present the project to the University Circle community. Presenters will discuss the goals of the project, review possible corridor routes and gather public input regarding proposed land uses being considered. All comments received will be given careful consideration as the project progresses. For more information, contact Terri Hamilton Brown at the Greater Cleveland Partnership at(216)592-2258 or THamiltonBrown@GCPartnership.com Additional project information is available here.

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