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Call and Post (Newspaper) - March 4, 2015, Cleveland, OhioJackson a apology rings hoi by James w. Wade Iii staff reporter Cleveland mayor Frank Jackson on monday issued an apology to the family of Tamir Rice stating City lawyers used insensitive language while responding to a lawsuit filed after the 12-year-old was shot and killed last november by a Cleveland police officer at Cudell recreation Center. The mayor stated the City a Law department was trying in Good Faith to protect the City Slegal position in a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the Rice family. But the lawyers Jackson said used language that violates the values of the City and his administration. Mayor Jackson explained he did not like the wording used. A to protect our defences we used words and phrased things in such a Way that was very insensitive to the tragedy in general and to the victim in particular a Jackson said. It was Clear that a mistake had been made and the Law director Barbara langhenry who acknowledged at the news conference that she signed off on the City a response said the City has 21 Days to make amendments. The lawyer who wrote the Brief was using a routine defense against such claims langhenry said. She added that the City will continue to aggressively defend itself in the Case while exercising greater sensitivity moving Forward. A it is not part of the character of the City of Cleveland and this administration. We Are apologizing to the family and to the citizens of Cleveland for our poor use of those words and our insensitivity. The City a Brief stated that Tamiris death and All of the injuries his family claims in the suit a were directly and proximately caused by their own acts not this defendant. It also says that the 12-year-old�?Ts shooting death was caused a by the failure to exercise due care to avoid injury a said mayor Jackson. Jackson said he found out monday morning about the language used after news reports on the court filing went viral Over the weekend. He said he questioned langhenry and immediately decided that Tamiris family deserves an apology. Jackson said he reached out to the family a see rings/4c mayor Frank Jackson held a press conference to apologize to the Rice family for being insensitive in the City a response to the wrongful death Law suit filed. Photo by James w. Wade Iii Columbus mayor Mike Coleman a final address recounts his historic career attorneys Ben Crump and Walter Madison pictured with Tamir Rice smother Samaria Rice. The family Felt disrespected by the City a response and has receive no apology for the death of Rice a 12-year-old son. Photo by James w. Wade Iii Reed tries to reestablish Trust Between Community and cops by James w. Wade ii staff reporter last week councilman Zack Reed held a Community meeting at the new Sardis primitive Baptist Church located at 3474 East 147th Street. This night was one to remember when the members of the Community met with representatives of four police Union organizations. If you re wondering if there is tension out in the Community you got a Chance to see it at this meeting. The Community continued jumping to their feet to rage against virtually anything the police officers tried to say. A i wanted to try to build Trust Between the police department and the Community a said Reed who believes we must introducing the Flotus. Cleveland native Allyson Carpenter was bestowed with the Honor of introducing first lady Michelle Obama recently at the a celebrating women of the movement Black history month event in the East room of the White House. The 18-year-old Sophomore at Howard University is a political science major who doubles As an elected official at the advisory neighbourhood commission. After the Flotus took the stage she spoke of Allyson in Awe telling the crowd a it is Young women like Allyson and so Many in this room. That a what keeps us going. We Are All Here because of you. Allison is going to do some great tilings. She is Only 18 does no to that make you feel old like you re slacking no matter what i Wasny to doing what you re doing at 18, so you Are Way ahead of the congratulations Allyson Job Well done. Have Trust and belief that the police Are on our the night was heated to keep it mildly. This meeting was meant to be a dialogue to encourage the residents to speak out and the police to respond openly. Over and Over you could Tell the Community is very unhappy with the Way policing is being done. A these listening Tours and this meeting was something i wanted to be part of a said Joann Marcus from East 93rd area. She said she does not know which officers Are Good and which Are bad. A i am not saying All police Are bad. Its Clear that when we get in trouble we need our police to do their Job. I just feel each police officer should be accountable a said Reed who attempted so Well to keep everything Calm even though it still got out of hand. Rev. Larry Tatum pastor of the Church came up and shared How they will never get anything done acting like this. A much credit goes out to Steve Loomis and the other Union police officers who showed up and tried to answer questions. I appreciate them wanting to work with me a said Reed. See Reed/4c by Ike my Balogu contributing writer Columbus for Democrat Michael Coleman it has been quite a remarkable career As mayor of Columbus after being elected in 1999 from the City Council where he was president. But after 15 years at the City Hall Laden with historic feats a catalogue of achievements and a welter of memories it is now a career that is winding Down with a smorgasbord of fanfare and plenty of paean. Coleman 60, announced last year that he would not seek re election for a fifth term a move that a knotted his firm hegemonic stranglehold on the City Hall Job he won repeatedly. Being very popular he was re elected first in 2003, then in 2007 and 2011, All with a Picayune Worth of push Back from the City a deflated Republican opposition stuck for years in doldrums. Before a concourse of people that packed the Palace theater recently for his 16th and final state of the City address Coleman reflected on his illustrious career taking his audience Back to that Day in 1999 when voters elected him the 52nd and the first african american mayor serving Long enough to become the longest serving mayor in the history of the City. A in 1999, when i won that improbable election when i was a thinner Man with thicker Darker hair you elected me to the very nest Job in the world a said Coleman. A we came to the City Hall to change the world a he said. A somehow we did in fact change the a we did it together. All of you and i a he told the cheering audience. This being his last state of the City address Coleman was understandably filled with a maelstrom of emotions and he admitted it saying a it was a Tough one for me being my last. I had to keep it together. It was Tough. It was really hard a said the outgoing mayor who was bom in Indianapolis. Of our City is Strong a replied Coleman. Coleman then spoke about a few of his key accomplishments that helped make the City Strong including a transformed downtown a booming Economy with several thousand jobs created a mix of factors he said is helping retain Young people in the City. Coleman also counted several transformed neighbor mayor Michael Coleman but having led the City for All these years with an abundance of passion perhaps the easiest part of the moment was responding to a question by wins 10tv legend Angela Pace regarding the state of the City. A Well Angela the state hoods lower crime rate despite rising population having one of the lowest unemployment rates in the nation the Columbus commons and Long Street cultural Wall As some of the other notable achievements under his watch. See final/4c r wed thurs Fri sat l 33/10 13/3 26/21 34/30 Sun 35/26facebook countdown to established a it i it it March 4, mis March it Ira Yngay Ohio a Black news Leader Quot Quot a 1 Call amp Post 11800 Shaker blvd. Cleveland of 44120 vol. 9 All Ohio edition c copyright a it 2015, Don Klimt a sir Ria a Yew Naira

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