FBC Fact-Finding Gets Underway

During the first week of June, Code Studio’s Colin Scarf and Kevin Howard were in Cleveland to meet City staff, elected officials, community stakeholders and to tour the City. Meetings were held in City Hall and at CDC offices in the Detroit Shoreway, Fairfax and Hough neighborhoods.
These are three of the areas being considered for the initial piloting of FBC in Cleveland. Input at the meetings helped CPC staff and Code Studio understand the day to day challenges of using the existing code and processes. This information will be invaluable as the team begins to brainstorm alternatives that will be evaluated and tested through the public processes.

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  1. YESSS, thank god. It’s about time that Cleveland started to consider actually implementing fbc’s in the city. Looking at all the good it’s doing Buffalo and Cincy I’m super excited to see this happen here. (Confession, am a planning student so this is stupid exciting for me). If you guys have any further information, please let me know!

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