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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  This list was updated September 4, to show that one of the District 7 Candidates, Colleen Scott, has withdrawn.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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September 16, 2015 Maple Heights City Council Meeting

The September 16, 2015 Council Meeting Agenda has the following legislation listed for discussion: Citizens commented on the reduced property values and the sewers on Summit and Rochelle have grass growing in the grates. The Finance Director provided Council with a sheet showing the cost savings of the new contracts. 2015-56 An ordinance authorizing the collective bargaining agreement […]

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Maple Heights Mayor Official Results September 8, 2015 Primary

Brownlee Secures Spot on November 3, 2015 Ballot

Today, September 24, 2015,  the Cuyahoga Board of Election announced the Official Results from the September 8, 2015 Primary Election in Maple Heights. Annette Blackwell and Bill Brownlee will advance to the November 3, 2015 General Election. Brownlee narrowly beat out Mitchell, who secured more post-election (late arriving absentee and provisional) votes than Brownlee, but […]

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Unofficial Results of the Maple Heights Mayoral Primary

Yesterday’s Mayoral Primary has Annette Blackwell in November’s Primary, but residents are awaiting official results to see if Bill Brownlee or Neomia Mitchell will secure the second spot on the November ballot. Brownlee had 5 more votes than Mitchell, but there maybe some absentee and provisional to be counted which could flip-flop Brownlee and Mitchell […]

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District 7 Candidate Withdraws Narrowing the Field to 2

The Maple Heights City Council race for District 7 is down to 2 candidates: Edwina Agee (incumbent) Celestine Wilburn (resident who spearheaded the effort to get the traffic cameras placed on ballot last November).The third candidate, Colleen Scott, withdrew however her name will still appear on the primary ballot because she withdrew after the deadline.

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Maple Heights September 8, 2015 Primary

Maple Heights News has submitted a questionnaires to candidates who will be on the September 8, 2015 Primary ballot for the Mayoral Race and the District 7 City Council Seat. In each race the two candidates who accumulate the most votes will advance to the November 3, 2015 General Election. The 5 Mayoral Candidates: Annette […]

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