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Cleveland—The Greater Cleveland Partnership, the Port of Cleveland and Cleveland Water Alliance today issued a joint statement in response to the federal budget proposal released last week:
“We stand in strong support of the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI).
“The federal government must continue fully funding GLRI to preserve, protect and enhance the Great Lakes. We will work closely with our partners across the region and with our members of Congress to ensure this funding is restored.” Click to read the full statement.
Cleveland—Twenty-five members of the Great Lakes Metro Chambers Coalition (GLMCC) attended the organization’s annual Fly-In and lobby days in Washington, D.C. last week to express their support for infrastructure legislation and present the list of priority Great Lakes infrastructure projects compiled by the coalition.
The group, which included representatives from the Greater Cleveland Partnership (GCP), attended more than 50 meetings with Members of Congress and staff, making the case for the coalition’s highest legislative priorities. View the full list of GLMCC infrastructure priorities here.
“Business groups across the Great Lakes region are speaking with one voice in Washington to tell Congress what issues are most important to the economic vitality of our region, said GCP President and CEO Joe Roman. “Passing a large-scale infrastructure bill and fully funding the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative are top priorities.” Read more.