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- Subject is necessary for Category:Cleveland, Ohio and the print version of Wikipedia
- The City of Cleveland article
- City government
- Major public landmarks, geographically distinctive areas (e.g. large parks).
- Major commercial districts
- Major Professional Sports Teams
- Subject contributes a key component to Category:Cleveland, Ohio
- Neighborhoods & Suburbs
- Cultural/significant research institutions (e.g. Museums, theaters, libraries)
- Major local media outlets (e.g. The Plain Dealer and WMMS).
- Public works projects
- Mayors of the City of Cleveland
- Major universities and hospitals
- Historical events
- Nationally prominent politicians from Cleveland (including those from Greater Cleveland).
- Subject fills in details which will most likely not make it to the print version
- Public scools (e.g. Glenville High School)
- Community or junior colleges
- Local Collegiate Sports teams
- Secondary public landmarks (e.g. Hope Memorial Bridge)
- Architectural landmarks not fitting into 'major public landmark category' (i.e. the I-X Center)
- Prominent large businesses
- Federal highways and waterways
- Listings on the National Register of Historic Places
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- Subject is peripheral knowledge, usually only of interest to Clevelanders or those studying Cleveland in depth
- Famous or notable native or resident biographies
- Neighborhood venues, events and small parks.
- Former prominent local politicians besides mayors
- Individual sporting events
- Non-public Art galleries
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- Articles of unknown importance, need to be assessed
- Any article which is not assessed on the importance scale