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Wanted: Enormous Wrench: Parts arrive for largest wind turbine in North America, to be installed in Euclid. Pieces initially shipped to Independence after being mistaken for poolside fan at Jimmy Dimora tiki-hut complex.
Remember Newspapers?: The Plain Dealer solicits “Cleveland memories” from readers online. Most submissions thus far nostalgically recall that thing made of wood that had words all over it.
Transparency in Action: County Council Prez C. Ellen Connally prefers “to feed hungry people” instead of funding technology for public access to county records. Also prefers holding meetings to talk about feeding hungry people over actually feeding them.
This Week's Index: Carl Monday’s at your door, and he’d like to have a word with you.
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