Cimperman said he wants a chance to discuss the project with Horseshoe and with city planners to gain a better understanding of the project before it comes before the commission for a vote.Let Cimperman, the city, the casino and anyone else you can think of hear your constructive thoughts, Cleveland.
He also said he wants to give downtown residents a chance to weigh in before the proposal moves ahead.
"We have engaged residents," he said. "People want representation."
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