Public Meeting - Cleveland City Council Redistricting

Submitted by briancummins on Tue, 02/24/2009 - 22:15.
03/04/2009 - 19:00
03/04/2009 - 21:00

A community meeting to share information with the public pertaining to the approved Charter Amendment that requires Cleveland City Council to re-divide the City into wards using a population-based model with a ratio of one ward to every 25,000 residents. Estimated population figures compiled by the US Census Bureau and other reliable sources are being used to estimate population, which hs now been determined as 427,000, requiring a reduction of 2-wards from 21 to 19.

Near Westside Cleveland City Council Members.

Community Partners:
Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization, Esperanza, Inc, Hispanic Business Association, Hispanic Roundtable, Merrick House, Near West Side/May Dugan Multi-Service Center, Northeast Ohio Citizens League, Ohio City Near West Development Corporation, Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation, Spanish American Committee, Stockyard Redevelopment Organization, Tremont West Development Corporation, Westside Community House.

For more information see:

It's official: Cleveland will lose 2 City Council seats in voter-approved redistricting
by Henry J. Gomez/Plain Dealer Reporter Tuesday February 24, 2009


Applewood Center, Jones Campus
Multipurpose room 3518 W. 25th (entrance off of Daisy Avenue).
Cleveland, OH 44109
United States
Phone: 216-459-8400
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