Does a campaign of "Say NO to Political Deals" build community?
A quorum of city council and the Washington D.C. city-manager lobby are spending $50,000 to promote "Say NO To Political Deals."
[They are doing so] for no reason other than to defeat the grassroots citizen-initiated (4,000+ petition signatures) Elected Mayor charter amendment on the Nov. 5 ballot.
- Does that campaign make you proud of your city council and your community?
- Is that what you elected those four city council members to do as your representatives?
Garry Kanter resides in Cleveland Heights.