Friday, October 12, 2012
Voters are being asked to consider amendments to the length of county budgets and the term of the director of internal auditing.
Cuyahoga County voters will see two proposed charter amendments on the ballot this November. Here’s a quick look at both of them. Connally called these proposed amendments fairly simple, and said that there were others that are more controversial that are still being discussed. For more information, click on the issue numbers above. They are linked to the detailed resolutions putting the issues on the ballot on the county’s website.
Thursday, September 6, 2012
Rogers, an incumbent, is running unopposed in the 2012 election.
Name : Mr. Julian A Rogers Age : 38 Place of residence : Cleveland Heights Attended college : Yes College : Ohio University Degree : BA - Political Science Year of graduation : 1997 University : Case Western Reserve Degree : Nonprofit Management Year of graduation : 2008 Job titles held : Executive Director Employers : Education Voters of Ohio Party affiliation : Democrat Running for a: Local office Running for position: Cuyahoga County Council Chamber/district: District 10 Incumbent: Yes First elected: 02 November 2010 Previous elective offices : NA Unsuccessful bids for elective offices : State Representative, HD 9 -2006 Address 1466 St. Clair Ave Cleveland Ohio 44114 Name : Anthony Hairston Website : www.votejulianrogers.com Facebook : …
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
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The children of gay couples who receive health insurance from Cuyahoga County will now get benefits that the children of straight, but unmarried, couples can't receive, according to the Plain Dealer. The Cuyahoga County Council, which voted 6-4 Tuesday on the measure, explained their decision to leave out the children of unmarried straight couples. The newspaper explains that: "The children of all county employees are covered, regardless of the employee's marital status. The difference in the new law is that the children of the partners of gay county employees are now covered. The children of unmarried partners of heterosexual county employees are not." From the Plain Dealer: The reason, council members said, is that heterosexual couples …