CLEVELAND - If a local networking group gets its wish, people won't have to travel to New York City to celebrate New Year's with massive crowds - they'll be able to come to downtown Cleveland.
The Ohio Homecoming Movement group is seeking permission from city officials to put on the party which reports say could include fireworks, live music and food trucks.
A meeting is scheduled with Cleveland's special events committee, part of the Public Works Department,
Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. and the group plans to present their ideas.
NewsChannel5 crews will be attending that presentation. Check back later on newsnet5.com for details.