Pissed about the port? Tonight’s a rare chance to scream about it

In May, Scene took a long look at the mammoth undertaking that would be moving Cleveland’s port from the Warehouse District to East 55th street, freeing up downtown waterfront property for frothing-at-the-mouth developers. At a glance, it sounds like a good idea. But this is a project that has all the ingredients of another Cleveland city-planning disaster. Think Euclid Corridor—tons of hyperbole, cronytastic maneuvering, decades of delays, and, of course, a steadily inflating price tag, predicted by some experts to end up at double the city’s initial $600 million estimate. ...
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