Earlier on Thursday, the Greater Cleveland Congregations (GCC) withdrew its petitions challenging the Quicken Loans Arena transformation project.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have now responded.
“We are encouraged by this new development related to the private-public partnership plan to transform The Q for the long term,” Len Komoroski, CEO of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Quicken Loans Arena organization said. “We are reviewing the impact of this change and discussing it further with the County, the City and others.”
On Monday, the Cavs withdrew their participation in the previously agreed upon deal with Cuyahoga County, citing delays stemming from the petitions making renovations to Quicken Loans Arena unfeasible. The Cavs’ decision to void the deal came 18 days after the Ohio Supreme Court ruled that the deal must head to a public vote, after the GCC led a petition drive to force a referendum on the deal.
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