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Neighborhood Progress Inc’s Shaker Square deal is actually $37 million and not $12 million as it’s being falsely reported; and its records and meetings are not public in violation of federal and state laws

CLEVELAND, OH – When Asian Indian immigrant Tania Menesse served Mayor Frank Jackson for nearly two years as his director of community development it was her job to “monitor” the “subrecipients” of the block grant funds Cleveland receives from the United States Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD).  One of the subrecipients Menesse had a duty to “monitor” at least twice during her two years in the appointed public office was her current employer.  Neighborhood Progress Inc (NPI). Had Menesse monitored her current employer as required by federal laws Cleveland’s community development directors have not mastered and obeyed, then…

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Justin Bibb is the latest curve graded endorsement for Plain Dealer editorial pages director Elizabeth Sullivan and team; and it’s past time for her to resign

CLEVELAND, OH – The Plain Dealer’s “King and Queen-making” publishers, editors and writers need to get out of the candidate endorsement game.  They’ve been curve graded poor at it.  Name an indicted and convicted elected official and behind them is a curve graded Plain Dealer endorsement. Not only have their endorsed candidates been criminally inclined they’ve also been incompetent and harmful in a very overall way to the area’s political elevation, growth and focus.  Behind every “Gary Norton” or “Ed Fitzgerald” or “Jane Campbell” or “James Rokakis” type endorsement is a loss.  In Norton’s case East Cleveland lost its hospital…

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Johnson appeals the Supreme Court’s decision to suspend him from council based on a legally-unsupported request from David Yost to judges who appear not to have read the law

Cleveland Ward 4 Councilman Kenneth Johnson

CLEVELAND, OH – On May 19, 2021, Ward 4 Councilman Kenneth Johnson filed a “notice of intent to appeal” the April 20, 2021 ruling of the Supreme Court of Ohio removing him from discharging the duties of the public office to which he was elected.  It’s a story that won’t be found in the Plain Dealer or cleveland.com because the basis of Johnson’s appeal begins to unravel facts laid out in a series of 17-stories written by former reporter Mark Naymik and repeated in part in an indictment sought by the United States Attorneys office for the Northern District of…

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Ken Johnson’s suspension from Cleveland city council was not within David Yost’s authority to request since he’s not prosecuting the case

Cleveland Ward 4 Councilman Kenneth Johnson

CLEVELAND, OH – In the Plain Dealer and Cleveland.com’s rush to make Cleveland councilman Kenneth Johnson look bad while he prepares for a federal trial, the newspaper’s publisher and editor are not examining if the rights of the American citizen who laws say is “innocent until proven guilty” are being violated by malicious prosecutors.  Instead of questioning the legitimacy of David Yost’s decision to use the office of the Ohio Attorney General to seek Johnson’s suspension from council, the Russian owned and dying once daily newspaper is championing the government’s violation of Johnson’s rights. Johnson’s “federal” trial date is set…

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