Friday, July 24, 2009

Cuyahoga County commissioners place government reform measure on the November ballot


**Now... Im not really sure about this 11-member county council, but I do know we need to get these JERKS out of there seats! Now... Dimora is going to JAIL, the Feds are on his ass... As for Hagan & Jones... They both said that they will NOT run of re-election when they're time is up... Sounds FISHY if you ask me??? Hagan came out of RETIREMENT to get elected & retire??? Doesn't make sense! I think the Feds are bringing EVERYONE down in the $40 million (Im sure that number will be adjusted by the time things are ALL figured out) county corruption! ITS ABOUT TIME TOO... There are TOO MANY people downtown that are ruining our city! I just hope Cuyohoga County residents realize it SOONER than LATER! These ASSHOLES are the reason why we can't get ANYTHING done in Cleveland... They can never AGREE on ANYTHING! They have RAN developers out of our city for years! TRUST ME PEOPLE... IF the FEDS are involved... these ASSHOLES did something wrong!**

CLEVELAND — Cuyahoga County's three commissioners voted unanimously this morning to place on the November ballot a government reform measure that, if approved, would eliminate their jobs.

Commissioners Tim Hagan and Peter Lawson Jones, who oppose the reform plan, also stated that they will not be seeking re-election in three years.

Jones said he voted to put the reform initiative on the ballot only to fulfill his legal duty.

"We feel the voters are entitled to a choice," he said.

Advocates for government reform, including county Prosecutor Bill Mason, collected more than 80,000 signatures to force their reform measure onto the ballot.

If approved, the measure would replace the three commissioners with an elected executive and 11-member county council.


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