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Maple Heights City Council President

Term: 4 yearsSalary: $15,000District 4 Councilman Ron Jackson is running for the office of Council President against Neomia Mitchell.
  • Ron Jackson Retired Sheet Metal Worker and Construction Management Company Owner

  • Neomia Mitchell

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Biographical Information

Why are you running (or running again) for mayor or a seat on City Council?

What do you hope to accomplish while you're mayor or on City Council--for your ward or for your whole city?

What do you think are the biggest challenges facing your community? And, if applicable, your ward?

Education Grad East Tech High School Grad 4 year Sheet Metal Workers apprenticeship program
Campaign Phone (216) 663-0995
I want to help and be a positive part of our cities continued recovery. The potential for recovery is great. The potential for growth is high I want to help with that. I will strive and provide a positive influence on city council, this administration and the city I call home. I will provide an honest and fair approach to this position, promote unity and understanding. Conveying information in a seamlessly and timely fashion between council and the administration and versa-versa. Supporting council in the pursuit of information they may require. Be involved in staff meetings, offering positive input whenever and where ever my business background or experiences lends itself. Always working toward the interest of the city. I want to continue to reach out to the community. Continuing to bring back previous programs (M/P) while adding new one’s. Expand individual pride in home ownership. I will work to support our school system while looking for way collaborate with them. These are some of the reasons I seek the office of Council President.

I want to continue my support of the Mayors fiscal recovery plan. And complete it before the State of Ohio requirement. Then we can begin to provide some city's services that had to be reduces or eliminated. Also, we can, if needed, enter the bond market at reasonable rates. To continue the pursuit of industry and employment to Maple Hts. To increase owner occupied home ownership and home pride with all property owners. Co-operation with the city school system. A good relationship between the residents and the police and fire departments. Establish a apprentice program with the school system and the police department.
Property values, tax collections and employment of our residence.
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