Cleveland, Ohio and Lansing, Michigan have much in common in terms of water-related infrastructure. Both cities face issues with combined sewer overflows and stormwater. Recently, Lansing completed an urban raingarden project, one that faced much scrutiny from local government but will have significant environmental benefit.
Lansing's Public Service Director Chad Gamble presented the history and future of the project to a group of Clevelanders to help us better understand the challenges and opportunities of such projects in our own region.
Presented by Building Cleveland by Design, and the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District | neorsd.org
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