The 0,000 grant from the Clean Ohio Greenspace Conservation Fund will be used to help buy and environmentally restore two vacant parcels totaling 21.7 acres next to Tremont's 50-acre Clark Fields, essentially enlarging the city park.Impressive views planned At nearly two miles in length, Stage 3 will traverse some of the most dramatic scenery on the entire Towpath Trail, which stretches 85 miles south to New Philadelphia.CLEVELAND, Ohio - A 0,000 Clean Ohio grant announced Friday by the city will kick off the final round of land acquisitions needed to finish the next segment of the long-awaited Towpath Trail to be built in the city.The money will help trigger the final design and construction of Stage 3 of the trail, a .5 million segment nearly two miles long that will pass through the industrial portion of the city's Flats, extending north from the Steelyard Commons shopping center to University Road at Literary Avenue in Tremont, just south of the Innerbelt Bridge.Stage 3 will include landscaped mounds sculpted from piles of construction and demolition debris south of the I-490 bridge.City officials believe the debris came at least in part from the old Municipal Stadium on the lakefront and the former Valley View Homes Estate apartments, which stood just north of the bridge.For test sake I tried to install an Oracle Database 10g (Type: General Purpose Database) on a little PC with 256MB of RAM and 1 GB of swap space.
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Stage 3 is one of four planned sections of trail extending six miles from Harvard Avenue at the city's southern border with Newburgh Heights.
From there, the trail is designed to run north through the industrial valley to the future Canal Basin Park on Columbus Road Peninsula, where the original northern terminus of the 19th-century Ohio & Erie Canal - and its original towpath - was located.