Cuyahoga County

Barbara Thomas' County Council Observer Interview

My name is Barbara J. Thomas,  I am 70 years old, a Democrat and I have been a resident of East Cleveland, Ohio for 45 years; I am retired receiving a pension from Metro Health Medical Center, I am now receiving income as an East Cleveland City Council Member.

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Volume 3, Issue 10, Posted 9:20 AM, 09.04.2010

Seizing Cuyahoga’s Opportunities: Op-Ed

By Cuyahoga County Executive Candidate Matt Dolan

Opportunity. The reason families boarded ships to come to America; risk takers moved west across the country; African-Americans moved north after the Civil War and even the reason Bill Gates left school before his Harvard education was complete.

It is by seizing our opportunities that we have been able to create independence, work, wealth and a future.

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Volume 3, Issue 10, Posted 1:58 PM, 09.02.2010

Edward FitzGerald, candidate for Cuyahoga County Executive, answers the Observer's questions

All candidates were given the same questions, and the same word limit, which was 1300 words, which they could use in any way they wanted. (No word limit per question.) Questions were developed by John Sheridan, Euclid Observer.

Lakewood Mayor Edward FitzGerald, candidate for Cuyahoga County Executive, answers the Observer's questions:

1.) If elected to the position of County Executive, what three or four goals would top the list of things that you'd hope to accomplish during your term in office?

 

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Volume 3, Issue 8, Posted 8:44 PM, 07.26.2010

Tim McCormack , candidate for Cuyahoga County Executive, answers the Observer's questions

Here, in response to questions posed by The Observer, McCormack shares some of his thoughts on the new county government and the challenges that lie ahead:           

Q.  If elected to the position of County Executive, what three or four goals would top the list of things that you’d hope to accomplish during your term in office?    


       

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Volume 3, Issue 8, Posted 2:41 PM, 07.26.2010

Victor Voinovich, candidate for Cuyahoga County Executive, answers the Observer's questions

All candidates were given the same questions, and the same word limit, which was 1300 words, which they could use in any way they wanted. (No word limit per question.) Questions were developed by John Sheridan, Euclid Observer.

Here, in response to questions posed by The Observer, Republican County Executive Candidate, Victor Voinovich, shares some of his thoughts on the new county government and the challenges that lie ahead:           

1.) If elected to the position of County Executive, what three or four goals would top the list of things that you’d hope to accomplish during your term in office?

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Volume 3, Issue 8, Posted 2:17 PM, 07.26.2010

Matt Dolan, candidate for Cuyahoga County Executive, answers the Observer's questions

All candidates received the same questions, with the same word limit, which was 1300 words. Questions were developed by John Sheridan, Euclid Observer.

Here, in response to questions posed by The Observer, Republican County Executive Candidate, Matt Dolan, shares some of his thoughts on the new county government and the challenges that lie ahead:           

1.) If elected to the position of County Executive, what three or four goals would top the list of things that you’d hope to accomplish during your term in office?

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Volume 3, Issue 8, Posted 2:28 PM, 07.26.2010

RTA ready for Browns season

RTA will offer extra Waterfront Line service on Saturday, Aug. 7, when the Browns host their annual Family Day at 1 p.m. at Browns Stadium.

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Volume 3, Issue 8, Posted 1:53 PM, 07.21.2010