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Recording of Advocating for Neighborhood Interests forum available

On May 26, FutureHeights held Advocating for Neighborhood Interests during an Economic Development Project, a virtual public forum that explored how neighbors can work collaboratively and effectively with local CDC’s, and other organizations, to have their voices heard during economic development conversations in our city. Moderated by Micah Kirman, chair of the FutureHeights Planning & Development Committee, panelists included Joyce Pan Huang, vice president of community development at MidTown Cleveland Inc.; Lou Tisler, executive director of National Neighborworks Association; and Dennis Keating, emeritus professor at CSU’s Levin College of Urban Affairs. View the recording here.

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