CLEVELAND — Are Cuyahoga County taxpayers getting a good deal or a bad deal when it comes to its major league sports teams?
That was a key point of contention at a forum on the proposed extension of the sin tax at the City Club Tuesday.
County voters will make that decision in May.
Council President Kevin Kelley called the teams’ leases “public friendly” compared to leases in other cities.
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