CPC Weblog Archive
an annotated chronological list of links related to planning and development in the Greater Cleveland area

In this week's Cool Cleveland, Rose A. Zitiello and Richard T. Herman respond to a recent immigration study by the Brookings Institution and suggest that attracting and retaining higher education graduates may be the way to increase the region's international population.

The debate in Bay Village over a proposed law governing building expansions by nonprofits may run afoul of the The Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act, a controversial 2000 federal civil rights law, which can ease zoning restrictions for religious institutions.

Our Cuyahoga Valley Initiative site has been updated. You can now download the Cuyahoga Valley Initiative- A Model of Regeneration report produced by the Rocky Mountain Institute with Entrepreneurs for Sustainability. This report is a first glimpse at how the Cuyahoga Valley can be regenerated, using a pilot site for testing the principles of sustainability.

Cuyahoga County Commissioners yesterday created the Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Convention Facilities Authority, which will consist of 11 appointees by the County, City, and the Cuyahoga County Mayors and City Managers Association. Authority members cannot be elected officials, and will conduct research and make recommendations on convention center issues.

 

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