The guys motivation is most likely drugs not hunger.
Cleveland Heights has bent over and surrendered to fear and the taxpaying, law abiding citizens suffer. The art fest should have proceeded with a strong police presence. This would have deterred any teenage punks from causing problems. The teenage thugs win and are emboldened by the lack of trust in the cities police department in handling situations like this. You can tell by the comments from the South Euclid chief that he was trying to be politically correct and not say anything too negative about Cleveland Heights decision. Thugs 1 C.H. 0
Street musicians are one of the reasons I love big cities. They add color and vibrancy to a city.
What was the cost for this operation? Since they weren't touting a major drug bust I bet the arrests were for small amounts of marijuana. Hardly worth the effort.
It's important to reach potential visitors from other states and even other countries. Word of mouth isn't going to reach those people. His article reached the intended audience with a good example of what Cleveland has to offer. Once the visitors are here then word of mouth will get them to the other great examples of Cleveland.
This guy is a condescending, egotistical moron. Why wouldn't you want to know what is going on in the state you happen to be governor? Way to have you finger on the pulse of your state, Governor.
There has to be something in the air or water in Lorain/Elyria. The stories keep getting stranger and stranger.
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