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CSU Public Policy Research Helps Revitalize Cleveland

Cleveland City Council approves $65 million neighborhood improvement plan based on CSU report

A study by the Center for Population Dynamics at Cleveland State University’s Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs is the basis of a $65 million neighborhood investment plan for the city of Cleveland that was developed by Mayor Frank Jackson and approved by City Council, August 16. The report, Preparing for Growth: An Emerging Neighborhood Market Analysis, found that neighborhoods connected with the East Side Corridor, along East 105th street, have lagged behind other areas of the city in terms of private investment and argued that targeted public support could spur additional growth both in these areas and in the City as a whole.

Learn more about the City’s plan. Read the CSU report.