Press Coverage

Writing this post during my semester at NACEDA was a journey that started with a problem and ended up as a profile of a remarkable solution.

Youngstown, Ohio is a classic example of a city where its physical footprint does not fit its current market.

The city’s planning commission gave its endorsement to a plan to redevelop the U.S. Route 422 corridor, which includes increasing industrial areas, adding more lighting, medians, bike paths and sidewalks and stabilizing residential areas.

A new farmers market in Youngstown, the Idora Neighborhood Farmers’ Market, is set to open June 10.

To keep the lights on in the city of Youngstown takes money; specifically, residents’ tax dollars.