Residents have questions for CH-UH Board of Education candidates

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At the Oct. 8 Candidate Forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters and FutureHeights, I moderated both the CH-UH Board of Education and the CH City Council sections. There were many questions directed to the candidates for CH-UH Board of Education that we didn’t have time for them all so I’m posting all of […]

Residents have questions for Cleveland Heights City Council candidates

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At the Oct. 8 Candidate Forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters and FutureHeights, I moderated both the CH-UH Board of Education and the CH City Council sections. There were so many questions directed to the candidates for CH City Council that we didn’t have time for them all so I’m posting all of […]

Honor Workers By Signing The HB 194 Petition

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I am a candidate for Cleveland Heights City Council. I write this on Labor Day morning to propose a way to pay tribute to working men and women that may not have occurred to you: sign the petition to put voter suppression bill HB 194 on the ballot for a public referendum in 2012. HB […]

Absentee Ballots

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Due to recent changes in Ohio voting laws, it is now more difficult for many citizens to cast their votes.  Among the many changes that affect us, Secretary of State Jon Husted has issued a directive prohibiting the mass mailing of absentee voter applications by election boards.  Here in Cuyahoga County, mass mailing of absentee […]

Flash Mobs

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Teenage crime, unruly behavior and so called “flash mobs” in Cleveland Heights and surrounding cities have been a real challenge to the spirit of our community this summer. Since the emergency curfew was enacted in an attempt to restore public safety in the Coventry and Cedar Lee business districts, I’ve spent a lot of time […]

Rioting teens are “terrorists”?

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Did last week’s Sun Press editorial on July 7th upset anyone but me? In case you missed it, the Sun Press wrote an editorial supporting Cleveland Heights and our response to flash mobs, rioting, unruly teens, and the crimes they have committed.  In the editorial, they  labeled these teens, “terrorists,” and concocted an analogy with […]