But anything less than outrage at a project and process which has been steamrolled by Cleveland's juggernaut business community at the expense and in direct defiance of community members' wants and needs, a process which has happily taken a dump on democracy while securing funds equivalent to 11 Public Square renovations, is probably not enough. The battle that opponents never got to fight is worth spilling lots of ink over, in this publication's view.
Opportunity Corridor’s opponents have lost the battle. But they’re still wasting thousands of words on it. http://t.co/ELzSW3ZvG4 Instead…— Erick Trickey (@ErickTrickey) July 3, 2014
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