Stadiums

Stadiums, Taxpayer Dollars, Cuyahoga County, Tax Subsidies

Opponents, Some Supporters, of Q Renovation Plan Pack Meeting

Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Cleveland.com

More than 200 people packed Cuyahoga County Council chambers Tuesday on both sides of a proposed plan to spend tax dollars to renovate Quicken Loans Arena...the largest crowd ever to attend a meeting since council formed six years ago, a resolution allowing the county to sell $140 million Read more about Opponents, Some Supporters, of Q Renovation Plan Pack Meeting

GCC

Stadiums, Financing, Neighborhood Development, Public Finance

#NOTallin: Regional Faith-based Coalition Announces Opposition to Q Renovations

Thursday, January 12, 2017
Cleveland Scene

Representatives from the Greater Cleveland Congregations announced their opposition to using public dollars on arena renovations without public input or benefit. The GCC, said several speakers, is "NOT all in." 
Read more about #NOTallin: Regional Faith-based Coalition Announces Opposition to Q Renovations

GCC

Meals On Wheels, Stadiums, Boulder City, Nevada IAF

NCG Advances on Issue of Funding for Nevada Meals on Wheels

Wednesday, January 25, 2017
Boulder City Review

[Boulder City Council] "approved a resolution urging the Nevada Legislature and Gov. Brian Sandoval to increase state funding for Meal on Wheels, a program that brings meals to homebound and disabled elderly. Read more about NCG Advances on Issue of Funding for Nevada Meals on Wheels

Nevadans for the Common Good

Nationstar CEO, Parks, Playgrounds, Stadiums

Nationstar Mortgage CEO to Meet with Common Ground

Thursday, May 14, 2015
Journal Sentinel of Milwaukee

Nationstar Mortgage CEO Jay Bray agreed on Thursday to come to Milwaukee and meet with representatives of Common Ground, a community group pressing the company to address blighted housing here. Read more about Nationstar Mortgage CEO to Meet with Common Ground

Common Ground