Mayor Bibb Wants to Develop Cleveland's Lake Front and Is Looking For Help

CLEVELAND - Mayor Justin Bibb announced Wednesday on social media that he wants to change the lakefront, making it an asset for every Clevelander. Clevelanders shared their ideas in the replies. One suggested a superhero museum because of the city's ties to Superman. At the same time, most responses stated that the city should do away with Burke Lakefront Airport. Must to the disappointment of the tweeters, this project proposal will only cover the area between West 6th street and East 18th.

Mayor Bibb said in a statement

“Cleveland is a lakefront city, yet for too long we have turned our back on this incredible resource,” said Mayor Justin M. Bibb. “Our waterfronts have symbolized division instead of shared assets for all Clevelanders. My vision is to provide access to all 14 miles of Cleveland’s Lakefront with the guiding principles of racial equity, economic opportunity, and climate resiliency.” 

Find out more about the projects and what Mayor Bibb has in Mind by clicking HERE. The proposals are due on October 17th, at 5:00 pm.

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