Pothole-filled parking lot to be revamped with sewer saving infrastructure
CLEVELAND — Beginning in early April, improvements and renovations will be coming to an often used, pothole-filled, city-owned parking lot in the heart of Kamm’s Corners. The improvements, officials said, will not only improve the aesthetics of the area but also prevent as many as one million gallons of stormwater from entering the city’s sewer system each year.
The municipal parking lot near the corner of West 168th Street and Albers Avenue serves as a major waypoint for people coming to and leaving from numerous bars, restaurants and shops in Kamm’s Corners. After years of wear and tear it is certainly showing its age.
“It’s challenging. I’m glad I have four-wheel-drive,” said resident Steve Ryan, who uses the parking lot at least twice a week.