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Circle Neighbors: Designing the Opportunity Corridor

Cleveland Museum of Art Gartner Auditorium, 11150 East Blvd., Cleveland, OH 44106
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"Designing the Opportunity Corridor” features a panel discussion about the proposed $324 million Opportunity Corridor, linking Interstate 490 with University Circle, and its impact on various constituencies—from home owners, to neighborhoods, local businesses to University Circle employees and visitors.

The panel participants will be Deb Janik, senior vice president, real estate and business development, Greater Cleveland Partnership; Vickie Johnson, executive director, Fairfax Development Corp.; Chris Ronayne, president of UCI, Inc.; and Angela Schmitt, writer and activist for Streetsblog Network. Steve Litt, art and architecture critic for The Plain Dealer, will moderate the program.

Circle Neighbors is a free lecture series sponsored by the Women’s Council of the Cleveland Museum of Art in collaboration with the Cleveland Botanical Garden, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, The Women's Committee of The Cleveland Orchestra, and the Western Reserve Historical Society.

For reservations, call 216.707.2527 or visit and click the RSVP button.