Cleveland Municipal Court

Councilman Kevin Conwell wants legal answers about the secret forced CoVid 19 vaccine mandates coming from Cleveland’s Communist-inspired municipal court judges practicing medicine without licenses

Cleveland Councilman Kevin Conwell simply introduced an illegal emergency resolution because he thought he was helping the disruptive students.  He did no homework.  Scheduled no hearings.  I'm willing to bet Conwell failed to discuss his illegal emergency resolution with the councilman whose ward is home to John Marshall High School.  Brian Kazy.  Conwell's lack of studiousness has been my greatest disappointment in him as a supporter of his first two campaigns for the job.  He doesn't even know the section of Ohio's general laws that explain why his "emergency resolution" is unlawful and reviewable by a court.

CLEVELAND, OH – It’s well established under Ohio law that the legislative authority of a municipal corporation determines the wages and classifications of all officers and workers but for the judges.  The judicial officer’s wages are established by the General Assembly of Ohio; but it’s the members of city council whose vote determines the size, scope of work and rate of pay and benefits of the municipal court’s workforce. Annually, the 13 elected judges of Cleveland’s municipal court must ask council to approve their budget, requests for workers and pay increases.  All these acts occur under duties found in constitutions…

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Greater Cleveland drug recovery agency anchors presence in next epidemic neighborhoods

CLEVELAND, OH – Anita Bradley’s request to her board chairman to purchase a permanent location for the Northern Ohio Recovery Agency (NORA) was met with an immediate “yes.”  Carolyn Cleveland knew the plans the agency’s chief executive officer was implementing to provide assistant to greater Clevelanders seeking addiction recovery help.  A permanent location between two interstates and within access to several major public transportation routes made sense.  The price of the building was even better.  Instead of paying rent NORA would become a property owner with room to grow.  People experiencing addiction and seeking help would always know where to…

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