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Thursday, November 08, 2012
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Enhance Clifton Blvd. final public meeting (Cleveland)

The Final Public Meeting for the Cleveland side of the Enhance Clifton project will be held on November 8th, 2012 at 6:30 PM at the Louisa May Alcott School, located at W. 104th Street and Baltic Road.

WHAT: Final Public Meeting in ClevelandWHERE: Lousia May Alcott School (W. 104th Street and Baltic Road)WHEN: 6:30 PM

The purpose of this meeting is to learn about the plans to improve our vital boulevard - Clifton Boulevard.

Since 2007, the cities of Cleveland and Lakewood have been working with the Regional Transit Authority (RTA) to bring certain improvements to Clifton Boulevard. This strong corridor is a transportation link, a neighborhood connector, a residential and retail street. The Enhance Clifton Program seeks to improve all of these funtions. The Program has developed designs and gained the funding to bring these dreams to reality.

Please plan to attend this important meeting and learn about the landscaped medians, the new bus shelters, improved traffic signals, signage, and new street surface.

If you have any questions, please contact Council Member Jay Westbrook, (216) 664-4230, Council16@clevelandcitycouncil.org; Anita Brindza, Cudell Improvement, Inc., (216) 228-4383; or Joe Shaffer, Director of Engineering and Project Development, GCRTA, (216) 566-5146, jshaffer@gcrta.org.

Louisa May Alcott School
Baltic Road
Cleveland, Ohio

More information: http://www.enhanceclifton.com/node/88

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Enhance Clifton Blvd. final public meeting (Cleveland)

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