CLEVELAND -- Keep Cleveland Strong. It is the slogan for the new sin tax campaign.
Money from the six tax would be used for the upkeep of the Indians, Cavs, and Browns stadiums.
Today Progressive Field offered a behind-the-scenes tour of the major repairs that the 20 year old stadium needs.
In the past maintaining items like hot water tanks, heating coils, lights and restrooms have come from the Dolan family, not the sin tax. But the organization says help is needed next time.
If voters approve the measure in May, the current tax on cigarettes and alcohol would continue 20 more years.
Mayor Jackson, council members, business and union leaders and downtown property owners all say the public needs to maintain buildings its owns to help keep downtown thriving.