Category Archives: Cleveland

Cleveland is finally raising its parking rates, but they’re still way too low

William F. Buckley, the legendary publisher of The National Review, famously wrote that “a conservative is someone who is standing athwart history, yelling Stop.” If that’s the case, I guess that makes… Read more »

Road salt is costly & harms our environment. Here’s what can you do about it.

Originally posted on Drink Local. Drink Tap., Inc.’s  blog. It’s been another wicked winter here in Cleveland. January’s average temperature was just 23°F, according to the National Weather Service, making… Read more »

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Minnesota’s DOT is ready for climate change. ODOT? Not so much.

Climate change will have profound and diverse impacts upon infrastructure throughout the United States, including transportation infrastructure. Rising sea levels, stronger storm surges, more severe flooding, land subsidence, soil erosion,… Read more »

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In the wake of the Detroit shutoffs, do Americans have a right to water?

Originally posted on Drink Local. Drink Tap., Inc’s blog. In July 2010, the United Nations General Assembly formally recognized there exists a human right to water and sanitation. The body called… Read more »

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Your driveway is making you sick: On the health risks of coal tar sealants

Originally posted on Drink Local. Drink Tap., Inc’s blog. Coal constitutes a hellish cocktail of toxic substances, ranging from heavy metals like mercury and lead to known carcinogens like cadmium… Read more »