Frank Porter Jr. Interview, 9 August 2007

Frank Porter Jr., of Central Cadillac-Hummer, discusses the history and role of the company in Cleveland's Midtown Corridor. He discusses the company's origins, the changing environment around the company, and its relationship with Midtown Corridor Incorporated. Other topics include the debate over freeway configuration, the impact of the automotive industry on the area, accomplishments of Midtown Corridor, and the impact of the Euclid Corridor Project on the Midtown area. Mr. Porter Jr. also recalls his memories of the Cleveland area as a child.

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