|Entertainment District legislation approved
12/17 -- Good news: At the December 8th Lorain City Council meeting the proposed Community Entertainment District (CED) was discussed and moved to the second reading. All voices at the meeting from the public were positive. This is the result of months of discusssion on the matter between Lorain Growth Corporation and the city of Lorain. We evaluated the proposed district and the benefits and decided to proceed with presenting it to council for approval. At the December 15th meeting council approved the proposal and recommended the application process for the CED should proceed. We have worked hard on this and believe strongly that it will entice development in Lorain Growth's Downtown District. The city, The Port Authority, and Lorain Growth, have already discussed several development ideas with building owners and developers. The new year should bring many new faces and developments in downtown.
Consortium meets Tuesday, Dec. 9
12/5 -- Lorain Growth Corporation's Consortium meeting will be held Tuesday, Dec. 9, in the front lobby of the Palace Theatre, 617 Broadway, beginning at 1:30 p.m. Updates will be given and discussion encouraged on issues dealing with downtown Lorain and its Waterfront District.
Lorain Growth breakfast speakers
12/1 -- Joan Perch and Paul Biber will present an update on Follow The Fish activities and projects for 2015 at the Lorain Growth Corporation breakfast this Friday, Dec. 5, at the Lorain Palace Theatre lobby beginning at 8 a.m. Doors open at 7:30 a.m. Breakfast is only $7.
President Long's letter to the editor
11/24 -- Here is letter by Jim Long, president of Lorain Growth Corporation, published in Monday's (Nov. 24) Morning Journal Opinion Page on why Lorain Growth supports the Waterfront Arts and Entertainment District proposal for downtown Lorain now being considered by Lorain City Council.
Morning Journal editorial on Entertainment District proposal
11/24 -- Here is the editorial published in Sunday's Morning Journal on the Waterfront Arts and Entertainment District being considered by Lorain City Council:
Second Harvest chief speaks at Nov . 7 breakfast
Rockin' on River Promoter is Breakfast Speaker
Light Up Lorain Schedule
Steak Fry Coming Up Sept. 24
Breakfast speaker to outline Metro Parks plans
Taking survey on restoring Broadway light
RoverFest photo from Eagles Building
Carnegie Center update at Lorain Growth Breakfast
The American Slovak Club of Lorain -- The American Slovak Club was founded in September of 1935 as the American Slovak Home. It originally was a place for Slovak residents to have a home away from home that they could all go to and speak their own language and enjoy the evenings with their fellow Slovak neighbors. It later become the American Slovak Club and open to all Lorain residents and to the general public. The club features a bowling alley, club room, banquet facilities, and one of the best fish fry dinners anyone could ask for. The fish fry diners are served every Friday and draw record crowds who come to enjoy the great tasting Perch dinners. The American Slovak Club is located at 2915 Broadway