CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A collapsing bulkhead behind the Catanese Classic Seafood building along Cleveland's Irishtown bend threatens the company's million-dollar freezer.

It's a precarious problem that the family, which purchased the building out of a bankruptcy three years ago, inherited.

And the several hundred thousand-dollar problem needs to be rectified soon.

"It's getting progressively worse, said John Catanese. "We've been told we shouldn't wait until spring."

The crumbling concrete behind the Flat's fish market is a local example brought to light Sunday by Democratic U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown of what's likely to become a growing national debate on how to fund repair and growth of the country's infrastructure -- whether it be waterways, bridges or aging sewer systems.

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