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Cuyahoga County Council

Posted Thursday, January 20, 2011

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Cuyahoga County Council Reform that overhauled Cuyahoga County government included a new, eleven-member council, three of whom are Republican -- a rare species among the county's elected ranks. It also brought a mandate for openness and ethics after years of brazen corruption. Thursday, the new council president, Democrat C. Ellen Connally, and Republican councilman, Dave Greenspan join us to talk about how this new government will differ from the old. Join us, Thursday at 9 for The Sound of Ideas.


Economy, Regional Economy/Business - Analysis and Trends, Government/Politics


C. Ellen Connally, president, Cuyahoga County Council
Dave Greenspan, councilman, District 1

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