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Although the Mayor and her Administration view their aggressive tactics to obtain any available sources of funding as commendable, “robbing Peter to pay Paul” will not benefit the citizens of South Euclid or the County.
Why would Cuyahoga County allocate money for a municipally funded, highly unnecessary retail and housing complex, during the worst economic times since The Great Depression? Particularly perplexing when there are dangerous issues requiring immediate attention such as the rebuilding of the I-90 Bridge and other huge county infrastructure needs.
As for South Euclid City officials, it would behoove them to expend such zeal and ambition to address the unacknowledged and unacceptable violent crime situation. Some equally noble efforts to obtain millions of dollars for the safety forces and local infrastructure improvements would be impressive.
How is it, county sources of funding are presumed available despite the Port Authority's new "development-finance policy" seeking to minimize their support of suburban retail projects?
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