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Fresh Water as the key to Northeast Ohio's re-development

Water: the ultimate resource: We made it burn, now some want to make it turn.


When the U.S. Senate passed the Great Lakes Compact in August and the House ratified it this week, many saw it as confirmation of the enormous " and growing -- significance of the largest body of fresh water in the world. In the fifth part of our examination of attempts to rebuild Northeast Ohio in tough economic times, WKSU's Tom Parkinson looks into how the region's wealth of water may be the key " or may be oversold as Northeast Ohio's great hope.


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Tom Waltermire, CEO of Team NEO


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David Beach,Founder of Eco-City


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Jane Goodman of the Cuyahoga River Community Planning Organization


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Dr. John Hoornbeeck, Director of Kent State's Center for Public Administration and Public Policy.


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Listener Comments:

Hasn't WKSU done this series about three times now?

Posted by: James (Mantua) on September 26, 2008 8:24PM


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