A graduate of Kent State University in urban geography, Jim Kastlic outlines his vision for reconstructing the towpath trail. Centered around the national park, Kastlic outlines how the towpath can provide Cleveland with a sense of history, economic opportunites through tourism, and how the towpath falls in line with new residential visions. This path, a utilization of the natural landscape in an urban setting, he belives, is vital to Cleveland's future.
Kastelic, Jim (interviewee)
Talbott, Janie (interviewer)
Rivers Roads and Rails 2008
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"Jim Kastelic Interview, 19 June 2008" (2008). Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection. Interview 517009.