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Sunday, September 11, 2011

SEOversight Thought For Today…




It stands to reason the developer of the Oakwood property will be investing a significant amount of money and time trying to convince the voters of South Euclid to rezone the property from residential to commercial.
It will be difficult to muster support and mount an effective campaign strategy while simultaneously not divulging his exact intended use of the 62 acres of land.


Please also see previous SEO post: 
High Court Sides With Citizens For Oakwood

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think considering the monied demographic of South Euclid, ya'll could expect a Lord & Taylor, maybe a Gucci with drive thru and for sure a Michael Symon chain restaurant. Don't you? Or maybe it'll be an IKEA which will draw people from miles around (if there was highway access). Hey! Maybe FISE WILL provide highway access for an IKEA. You know... maybe they will reveal their secret weapon - turning Cedar Road into a freeway direct to Oakwood Commons! Woohoo! Two in one - excess retail and highway access to the Heights Hilcrest area! Albert Porter never thought this big!

Either way, I do hope you can buy pants there cause there's retail leakage in the pants department in South Euclid. Of course, maybe there'll be a pants store at Cedar Center when that is developed. OK... IF that is developed (not when). My bad.

Garry said...

No citizen would wilingly invite that type of change in their community.
Unless they felt the economic benefits would outweigh the quality of life lost.
Both his unwillingness to make that case, and the obvious hurdles of nearby failed retail, the economy and the lack of freeway access assure that no citizen can see any benefits whatsoever.
Just be sure that everyone gets out and votes.

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