Policing Cleveland Neighborhoods & National Healthcare Decisions Day

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Are police paying enough attention to Cleveland's neighborhoods? Several city council members say no. A dozen of them are pushing for the return of 90s-era mini police stations in the neighborhoods. Meanwhile, the city is having trouble recruiting enough cops to cover losses through retirement. On The Sound of Ideas, we'll speak to council members about their thoughts on policing Cleveland neighborhoods. Then, it’s National Healthcare Decisions day, we'll talk about the need to have an advance directive in place. 



National Healthcare Decisions Day

Ohio's Advance Directives


-Councilman Blaine Griffin, Ward 6

-Councilman Matt Zone, Ward 15

-Councilman Mike Polensek, Ward 8

-Michele Seyranian, Chief Marketing and Business Development, Hospice of the Western Reserve

-Adam Fried, Attorney, Reminger Law Firm

-Dr. Michael Harrington, Clinical Director of Palliative Care, MetroHealth

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