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Study Shows Northeast Ohio’s Sprawl and Shrinking Cities at Odds Over Future

Matt Ball on April 21, 2013 - in Planning

If city and regional planning in Cleveland and Northeast Ohio were the focus of a reality-TV series, the current season would be ablaze with fiery conflicts among protagonists, plus lots of juicy subplots.

The drama concerns whether Northeast Ohio’s shrinking cities can fight their way back to growth before sprawl development turns the region into a loose confederation of hollowed-out urban centers and declining, fiscally unsustainable suburbs.

Read more via The Plain Dealer

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