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Cleveland, Ohio—State leaders today introduced Ohio’s state capital bill legislation that assists a wide range of projects that include providing better public access to Cleveland’s lakefront.
More than $30 million was included for economic development and arts projects in the Cleveland area, including $5 million for the Cleveland Lakefront Access Project and $3.5 million for Flats Riverfront Park.
Cleveland, Ohio -- The Greater Cleveland Partnership Board of Directors today elected KeyCorp Chairman and CEO Beth Mooney to a two-year term as Board Chair. She succeeds Christopher Connor, chairman and CEO of The Sherwin-Williams Company, in this role.
“I am continually impressed with how the private sector in Cleveland comes together to build a stronger community,” said Mooney. “The Greater Cleveland Partnership is the engine that drives our partnership and is critical to helping our region’s economy grow.”