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City releases Dike 14 Master Plan

Marc Lefkowitz  |  11/14/07 @ 5:10pm

The city of Cleveland just released its Dike 14 Public Natural Area Master Plan. This is a blueprint for converting a former dredge disposal facility on the lakefront into a publicly accessible site that's "a verdant and thriving collection of vegetation communities and an important-and critical-landing and refueling station for thousands of migratory birds." Read more...

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