Why the zoo in Ohio wants to take over Cleveland’s zoo

The zoo in Cleveland wants to run a full-scale zoo in the city.

And it has already spent about $300,000 on a $3.8 million renovation.

According to the Cleveland Public Schools website, the zoo has about 5,000 animals and 1,000 people who are part of its volunteer team.

The zoo is run by the Greater Cleveland Zoo and Botanical Garden, which was created by Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson in 1995.

The zoo has hosted animals for more than 60 years.

It opened in 1973, the same year the Cleveland Zoo opened in Westlake Village, in the heart of the city’s historic downtown.

It’s not a large zoo, but it is big.

The new Cleveland Zoo is expected to open in early 2019.

Its plans include a full zoo, with about 1,200 animals and a team of more than 200 volunteers.

That team is expected also to include a new science exhibit, a visitor center, and more.

The goal is to make it a truly global zoo.