Student Tour Company Files For Bankruptcy; Downtown Growth Raises Transportation Questions

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A student tour company that operated for decades in Northeast Ohio is liquidating under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy code. That means canceled school trips for thousands of students. Schools, parents and vendors are owed millions collectively.  Amid the disappointment and the fiscal distress, people are left wondering: What happened to Discovery Tours?  Later, downtown Cleveland is steadily growing as a residential neighborhood. How is it meeting the challenges of serving business, residents and tourists?   

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Patrick O'Donnell, Education Reporter, The Cleveland Plain Dealer  
Michael Attali, Bankruptcy Lawyer, Legal Aid Society of Cleveland  
William Porter, Interim Superintendent, Mentor Public Schools  
Joe Marinucci, President, Downtown Cleveland Alliance 
Kate Joncas, Owner, PlaceStrategic Consulting  
 

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