Does this scene look familiar to you?

"Warren Ohio Decay to Growth?" aptly describes the phenomenon occurring in Ohio. Many of Ohio's cities are experiencing decay as business close and workers leave in search of jobs. The times are changing and it is important that Ohio's cities recognize this and make a plan that will adopt policies that fit with new economic times. One aspect that cities need to re-evaluate their size. How big should a city be? Is it realistic to expect cities to regain the population size they enjoyed in the 1950's? Warren, Ohio is case and point. The city has wonderful qualities but it is facing decay with the out-migration of people. Rob Hathhorn offers a look inside the city. As you watch the video as yourself, "Does this resemble your city?"  If so, what is your plan for the future?