Cleveland.com published an article November 19, 2021 on the CHEERS plan, which will allocate $985,000 to the Cleveland Metroparks. The CHEERS plan (Cleveland Harbor Eastern Embayment Resilience Design and Engineering) includes using dredged material from the Cuyahoga to construct 79 acres of park along the shoreline. Continue reading the article on Cleveland.com here…
Thanks to NEOtrans for covering this story. Eighteen acres of lakefront land immediately north of Erieside and First Energy Stadium are being considered for temporary parking instead of a temporary greenspace.
Dick Clough, Executive Board Chair of the Green Ribbon Coalition, voiced his opposition to the use of the space for parking. Read the complete article here.
BOLD VISIONS –
IMAGINE AN EAST SIDE PARK ON THE LAKE RIVALING THE WEST SIDE’S EDGEWATER PARK, AND A LAKEFRONT TRAIL SPANNING CUYAHOGA COUNTY FROM BAY VILLAGE TO EUCLID.
We are tackling two bold visions: (1) GRC’s proposal to expand Gordon Park by relocating I-90, and (2) a “Lake Erie Trail” spanning the lakefront communities across Cuyahoga County based on the innovative lakefront concept being implemented on Euclid’s Waterfront. Friday, November 1st at Merwin’s Wharf at 8:30 AM. Doors open at 8:00 AM with beverages and muffins.
Bob Gardin, Chair, GRC Lakefront Projects / Gordon Park Expansion
Jeff Homans, Senior Planning Consultant, AECOM
Michael Dever, Director of Public Works, Cuyahoga County
Allison Lukacsy-Love, AIA, Waterfront Project Manager, City of Euclid
Dick Clough, Founder/Board Chair, Green Ribbon Coalition and CEO, CloughCleveland, Inc., IdeaEngineering
8:00 AM – Registration
8:30 AM – Program begins
9:30 AM – Program concludes
Seating is limited. The event will sell-out. Make your reservation now.
Admission: Green Ribbon Members $10 / Non-members $15
POSSIBILITIES: Re-imagining Cleveland’s Lakefront Dialogue Series is presented by the Green Ribbon Coalition, AECOM and our media partner, Freshwater Cleveland, covering what’s next in Cleveland.