Saturday, June 25, 2016

'P' is for Public Square, and Potemkin

The fencing was removed from the perimeter of Cleveland's Public Square yesterday. The people can filter in. There remains the huge Soldiers and Sailors Monument honoring the Union Cause. The two statues of Moses Cleveland and Tom Johnson are in a direct line in the center of Ontario. Behind Johnson is City Hall, behind Moses Cleveland is an exhaust pipe. Public Square was re-landscaped as a butterfly shaped park. The light winter enabled completion without a further intensive effort to ready the project for the Republican Convention. Several projects have been tuned to be ready. To-day, metal posts holding traffic signals were painted on East Ninth. Things have to be spruced up when those that believe they are the master class visit and convene in order to inflict their will on the

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