Cleveland should target neighborhood investment, rather than spreading it around, for the best return, according to a new Cleveland State University study. It suggests focusing on a broad swath of the East Side, stretching from East 55th Street to the edge of University Circle. Mayor Frank Jackson wants to put $65 million in public and foundation money there. We'll discuss the study and the plan. We'll hear the latest from the Statehouse in Columbus. Plus, the Cavaliers reach a deal to wear Goodyear's Wingfoot logo on their jerseys next season.
-Richey Piiparinen, Director, Center for Population Dynamics, Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, CSU
-Ed Rybka, Esq., Chief of Regional Development, City of Cleveland
-Freddy Collier Jr., Director of City Planning, City of Cleveland
-Chris Ronayne, President, University Circle, Inc.
-Bill Livingston, Columnist, The Cleveland Plain Dealer
-Kevin Kleps, Assistant Editor, Crain's Cleveland Business
-Karen Kasler, Ohio Statehouse News Bureau Chief