Cleveland Trumps Up Infrastructure Ahead of GOP Convention

With one of the biggest events of 2016 rolling into town, the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District saw an opportunity to showcase infrastructure. Here’s how the district greened up the city just in time for the Republican National Convention.
Cleveland Trumps Up Infrastructure Ahead of GOP Convention
NEORSD made a $3 million commitment and helped design the green infrastructure that will prevent 3 million gallons of stormwater annually from overburdening the sewer system.

The Republican National Convention kicks off July 18 in Cleveland, the city’s first such event since 1936. That means about 50,000 visitors will be in town for the week — Republican National Committee staff, donors, lobbyists, journalists, delegates and alternates. The list goes...

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