Cleveland cuts ribbon on sidewalk connectivity project

Cleveland

Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks, Cleveland City Council members, residents of the Blythe-Oldfield community, and other community leaders cut the ribbon on the new Blythe-to-Blythe sidewalk connectivity project. The 1.95 miles of new walkways connect Avery Johnson Park, the Blythe-Bower Elementary School, Blythe Oldfield Park, the Family Resource Center, and numerous residences. Funding of this project was from $124,000 CDBG grant funds and $450,000 from Diabetes grant funds from the Tennessee Department of Health as well as funding or the master plan, survey, and design from the Lyndhurst Foundation.