Armond Budish, Mandel Executive in Residence at Levin, Featured in WKYC Channel 3 News Story on Economic Impact of Browns Stadium Renovations
Armond Budish, Mandel Executive in Residence for the Levin College of Public Affairs and Education, was prominently featured in a recent news story by WKYC Channel 3, shedding light on the future of the Browns stadium and its implications for the city.
The story, which aired on September 27, 2023, delved into the potential developments surrounding the Browns stadium and its role in the broader community. As a respected leader and former Cuyahoga County Executive, Armond Budish provided valuable insights into the stadium's significance and the opportunities it presents for the city's growth and revitalization.
In the news segment, Budish discussed the potential for stadium renovations and the economic impact that such improvements could have on the surrounding neighborhoods. His extensive experience in public service and community development made his perspective especially valuable in addressing the complexities of this significant undertaking.
"We are delighted that Armond Budish, our Mandel Executive in Residence, was invited to share his expertise on this important issue," said Roland V. Anglin, PhD, Professor and Dean of the Levin College of Public Affairs and Education. "His deep knowledge of local government, combined with his commitment to the betterment of our community, makes him an invaluable resource for discussions about projects that affect our city's future."