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Call and Post (Newspaper) - July 22, 2015, Cleveland, OhioCountdown to established i9i6 Pink Fellowship 6th luncheon see Page in King Calls out Mayweather to fight his Star Amir Imam see Page 1c it 1 = july 22. 2tls july 21. 2115 Call amp Post a 11800 Shaker blvd. Cleveland of 44120 the voice of the people All Ohio edition copyright 2015, Doe King East Cleveland Mavor submits petitions one step closer to Mer a a t. M c -7. O z 0� <7> it by James w. Wade iii East Cleveland mayor Gaty Norton submitted petitions As the first step toward a merger with the City of Cleveland. Norton was surrounded by a sea of Media As he turned in the petitions at the Cuya hoga county Board of elections Boe. The Call amp Post newspaper first broke this Story when talks about merging began to surface. While at the Boe he was met with opposition from activists Art Mccoy who kept hollering that Norton took the Money and sold out East Cleveland. In an interview at the Boe Mccoy said a Norton was the worst mayor in the City a history a con Man willing to sell out his City for a few pieces of Silver or Gold or for a cushy Job with the City of a we know that the Cost of running the City a infrastructure continues to go up while revenues continue to diminish a a Norton said. A in these elected offices we must understand that the analysis will sometimes show us that the Best Way to provide an acceptable Quality of service is to have someone else do Mccoy repeated the same message upstairs while Norton was filing and had to be escorted off the floor. Norton told us he went door to door and while talking to the residents he found that they understood the bad financial situation the City is faced with. On Friday july 17, the elections Board reported in a news release that East Cleveland had exceeded the requirement of collecting at least 559 valid signatures from registered voters who cast ballots in the november 2013 general election. Of the 1,613 signatures submitted 827 of the signatures 51 percent were certified As valid. Pat Mcdonald director of the elections Board said in the release that Many Steps still remain in this process for both cities. Both East Cleveland and Cleveland now have 30 Days to each appoint three commissioners to negotiate the terms of the annexation. The commissioners will have 120 Days to come to an agreement. Only four of the six must agree in order to proceed. A not Only did they have to gather signatures of registered voters but those voters also had to have cast a ballot in the november 2013 general election a Mcdonald said. See merger/5c Wade Oval wonderful Wade Oval wednesdays in University Circle is one of Cleveland a favorite hangout spots for music fun and Fellowship. As these folks found out the free summer concert series is also a great place for snacks from local vendors. The concerts began june 17 and run from 6 to 9 . Every wednesday ending on aug. 26. Photo by Emmanuel Wallace Acle files lawsuit against City of Cleveland by Rhonda Crowder staff reporter immediately following common pleas judge John p. Of Donnell a verdict in the Case of Michael Brelo the police officer who stood on the Hood of a police vehicle and fired shots into the 1979 Malibu occupied by Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams people took to the streets in protest. A number of people were arrested. Last week the american civil liberties Union of Ohio Acle filed a lawsuit against the City of Cleveland and officials mayor Frank Jackson and chief of police Calvin Williams on behalf of four individuals arrested during the protest. The plaintiffs Are Stephen Mcnulty Khalil Weathers Jason Rodney and Robin Goist. Jackson and Williams Are being charged in their official capacity not As individuals. A we investigated and we Learned that there have been some unconstitutional practices a said Acle of Ohio Legal director Freda Levenson. A there was no probable cause to arrest the Levenson explained that approximately 70 protestors took to the streets on May 23, after the release of the verdict. As the hours passed and protestors marched police began to funnel them into Johnson court an Alley Between West 6th and West 9th streets. Then while in full riot gear the police blocked the Alley and arrested everyone including a bystander taking a smoke break from work. Mcnulty was photographing the events. Protestors were taken to aviation High school for booking then held at either the City or the county jail. To make matters worse they detained protestors an extra 24 hours. A we have proof the police did this intentionally to prevent protestors from returning to the streets and continuing to protest a said Levenson who went to explain the courts and attorneys were available on May 24 in anticipation of mass protest but the police failed to present charges until May 25. See aclu/5c poet turned playwright creates innovative theater experience by me Nina Borsay contributing writer More than 500 play goers filled Cleveland state University a main auditorium saturday july 18, for the debut of the stage play a family truly matters. A packed House waited in anticipation for the opening scene the lights dimmed and the curtains were drawn revealing see poet/5c cancer strikes former congressman Louis Stokes by James w. Wade iii retired . Representative Louis Stokes who turned 90 this past february has been diagnosed with lung and brain cancer. He is being treated at the Cleveland clinic and is requesting privacy at this time. A for years. In be made it my career in fighting for the people of Ohio but now i must devote my time and Energy to working with my doctors in this current health Challenge which my family and i Are totally immersed a said Stokes in a statement. Becoming the first african american from Ohio to serve in Congress Stokes represented the 21st and 11th districts for 15 terms. Congressman Louis Stokes the Call amp Post newspaper has held a close relationship with Stokes since his Early years when his brother Carl b. Stokes became the first Black mayor of a major . City. Stokes along with attorney George l. Forbes and the late Arnold Pinkney has been a pillar in Cleveland a Black Community. Stokes has often shared that he spent his career fighting for the people of Ohio and helping Many who had elected him to office. Growing up in the projects Stokes did not it that hinder him from excelling. He graduated from Cleveland Central High school and later earned his Law degree from Cleveland Marshall school of Law in 1953, after serving three years in the military in world see Stokes/5c the cast of a family truly 1 lid my 1 1 wed thurs Fri sat Sun a i 77/58 82/63 86/65 88/71 86/69 1
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