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Cleveland port director says he supports efforts to make a nature preserve along Lake Erie
But he says port must clarify ownership first

Karen Schaefer
Dike 14 is an undeveloped 88-acre site east of downtown Cleveland where sediments from the Cuyahoga River have been dumped for years. Environmental and education groups want to create a public access nature preserve here
Courtesy of Karen Schaefer
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The director of the Port of Cleveland says he held back on an applicaton for state funds for a lakeside nature preserve - because he's still trying to clarify ownership of the land.
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