May 21, 2008

Conversations in Fairfax continued

Join our moderator, Gladys Haddad, as she continues in the community dialogues with residents, business owners, and community experts in the Strategic Investment Initiative Neighborhoods. The next discussion takes place in the Fairfax neighborhood of Cleveland.

Held at the Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation offices in Quincy Place, this session brings together the following speakers to discuss the how neighborhoods are vital to the livable city.

Vickie Johnson, Executive Director, Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation
Katherine Butler, Resident, Community Leader, and Board Member
Kimberly Gillyard, Coordinator for the Cleveland Clinic Innovation Center

Listen to Fairfax Part Two




Photos courtesy of Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation

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