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Maple Heights November 3, 2015 General Election Ballot Issues

Disclaimer: This is not an endorsement of any candidate.  This list was updated September 4, to show that one of the District 7 Candidates, Colleen Scott, has withdrawn. Candidates for Mayor Mayor Lansky is NOT seeking re-election. Annette Blackwell, who ran unsuccessfully in 2013 for City Council for District 1. Blackwell was appointed by Mayor Lansky to the […]

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Who is Running for City Council, Council President and Mayor in Maple Heights in 2015?

Disclaimer: This is not an endorsement of any candidate.  This was last updated October 23, 2015 to show which Mayoral Candidates moved on to the November 3rd General Election. Candidates for Mayor Mayor Lansky is NOT seeking re-election. Annette Blackwell, who ran unsuccessfully in 2013 for City Council for District 1. Blackwell was appointed by Mayor Lansky to […]

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#GetInvolved in Maple Heights Government

DISCLAIMER: This article is brief overview of what is needed to run for office and is not meant to be comprehensive.  All City of Maple Heights Elected Offices will be on the November General Election Ballot, those offices with more than two candidates will be on the September 8, 2015 Primary Ballot.  There are two “at large” seats open, Mayor […]

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Agenda: Maple Heights City Council Meeting March 18, 2015

Caucus is at 6:30 PM  at the Maple Heights Senior Center followed by the Meeting at 7 PM. The March 4, 2015 Council Meeting Agenda has the following legislation listed for discussion. 2015-08 2015 Appropriations (Second reading) 2015-09 Reducing Salaries of the Mayor and City Council for terms commencing January 1, 2016 (third reading) 2015-11 Accepting the titles to […]

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Maple Heights Election Results for November 4 2014 (unofficial)

Complete results can be found on the Board of Elections  website. The results below are UNOFFICIAL. There are absentee ballots postmarked by Monday yet to be counted as well as  provisional ballots that will need to be verified.   Senior Center Levy Fails by Less than 50 Votes Early in the evening with just absentee […]

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Digging Up Dirt About Groundhogs

A childishly flamboyant letter want sent this week deriding Councilman Brownlee for actions that took place back in 2012. The letter was sent to City officials, the news media and our own Lillian Stech, our Police Blotter Reporter. She thought we might be interested in this anonymous and “high school-ish” letter. The letter and attached police […]

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Mayor Demands Retraction; Demeans MHN Staff

While we are flattered that Mayor Lansky is presumably one of our most loyal readers, we are not so pleased with his motivation for reading. Exactly two weeks ago, Maple Heights News received a surprising response to the July 17th Throwback Thursday article – a threatening and inflammatory letter from Mayor Lansky’s lawyer. Taking it […]

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1-77 and 1-480 Construction Closures

Friday, March 14 at 7 p.m. through 6 a.m. Monday, March 17, crews will close all lanes of I-77 north and southbound between I-480 and SR 21 in order to implement the phase one traffic configuration.  Motorists will be detoured via SR 176 and I-490.  All traffic leaving downtown Cleveland via I-77 southbound will be detoured via I-490 westbound to […]

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