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Community development corporations have launched a neighborhood platform to influence the next mayor’s agenda after the Nov. 2 election. They see an opportunity to not only influence a Kelley or Bibb administration, but also to help the city recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, which has disrupted city services, exacerbated disparities between residents, and wreaked havoc on local business districts.
Two Cleveland neighborhoods are set to welcome new businesses this fall. At downtown’s Tower City Center, as an ambitious effort gets underway to remake the iconic Cleveland shopping center, three new businesses are opening. And in Detroit Shoreway, the addition of five diverse new businesses including a barbershop and gaming store will add to the neighborhood’s revitalization.