So many ballot issues, so little time. Tri-C is here to help:
The voting public can learn more about the state and county issues on this November’s ballot during the week of October 26 at each Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) campus. The hour long forum will allow experts representing each issue to present the propositions. There will be a question and answer session following each issue presentation.
The Ballot Issue forum will run from noon until 1:00 p.m. at each Tri-C campus the following days:
Monday, October 26: Western Campus in the North Galleria in the Student Services building, 11000 Pleasant Valley Road, Parma
Tuesday, October 27: Eastern Campus Performing Arts Center in the Liberal Arts building, 4250 Richmond Road, Highland Hills; and Metropolitan Campus Metro Campus Center Student Lounge in the Student Services building, 2900 Community College Avenue, Cleveland
Wednesday, October 28: Eastern Campus Performing Arts Center in the Liberal Arts building, 4250 Richmond Road, Highland Hills; Western Campus in the North Galleria in the Student Services building, 11000 Pleasant Valley Road, Parma.
Parking is available in designated visitor lots on each Tri-C campus for $1 for a two-hour time block, or a hangtag permit can be purchased for 75 cents. For more information, contact 216-987-2046 (East), 216-987-4610 (Metro), or 216-987-5428 (West).
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