Did you see BBC staff in your neighborhood with a film crew this week? That is because BBC staff were asked to participate in a video about responses to the foreclosure crisis sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank. Cleveland is one of 3 cities to be highlighted in a film that highlights creative responses to the foreclosure epidemic.
BBC staff members Jeff Sugalski and Joy Johnson led a film crew through the Central and Kinsman neighbrohoods, filming in St. John’s Village (E. 38th Street near Stanley Toliver and E. 39th near Community College), the Urban Acgriculture Innovation Zone (E. 81st St & Otter Ave), Colfax Rd. near E. 75th St and Fuller Avenue near E. 93rd St.
BBC would like to thank the residents of Fuller Avenue who graciously participated in the video and the other neighborhood residents who lent us their street over the past few days.
When complete the video will be released online. Check back to BBC’s website to see when the video will be released.