CLEVELAND - On Tuesday night, the Cleveland Group Plan Commission hosted a special meeting to talk about opportunities that link several downtown development projects for Cleveland's future.
The meeting, held at the Cleveland Public Library, focused on the proposed downtown Cleveland Casino, the new Medical Mart and Convention Center and other proposed lakefront projects.
"We have been charged by Mayor Jackson with creating a unified vision for signature public spaces that will dynamically connect Cleveland's major upcoming projects," said Group Plan Commission Chair Anthony J. Coyne in a press release. "This is an extraordinary opportunity for our city and region to develop a cohesive vision for our most valuable resources and spaces and take our city to the next level."
Members of the community were also given the opportunity to discuss the city's major upcoming projects.
The Cleveland Group Plan Commission is also expected to make recommendations the redevelopment of Public Square, the malls at the center of Cleveland's Civic Center, and North Coast Harbor by the beginning of 2011.
For more information on the Cleveland Group Plan Commission, visit: planning.city.cleveland.oh.us .
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