CLEVELAND — A lot of downtown organizations and businesses were waiting to take their cue from Cleveland City Hall on whether to send workers home early Wednesday.
It’s Mayor Frank Jackson’s call. And as of midday, there was no indication the city would be sending its workers home early or asking for staggered dismissals to lessen the chances of an horrific rush hour.
The Downtown Cleveland Alliance and Building Operators and Managers Association said they take their lead from the city.
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