Ed Rybka

Nina Turner’s Russian public relations partner has FBI, Manafort, Ukraine, Mueller and unregistered foreign agent problems

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CLEVELAND, OH – Nina Turner may not realize how “in too deep” she is with her Russian investor’s Mercury Public Affairs company.  Maybe, however, she knows exactly what she’s doing as she appears to be “directed” into playing a role as a “similarly-named” affiliate of lobbyists and unregistered agents of foreign governments Communist-busting former Special Counsel Robert Mueller investigated. All the information I’ve shared below was available to the editorial staffs of the Russian-owned Plain Dealer and cleveland.com.  The editorial slant of Russian media owners favor Russia as publishers, editors and controlled reporters intentionally omit information which makes the nation

B&B demolished a building on Kinsman and put grass seed over concrete; and it’s these criminal acts the Fed’s are investigating in the Jackson administration

CLEVELAND, OH – At the end of the day Ed Rybka is Mayor Frank Jackson’s “guy” over the building department the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has been investigating.  How Jackson’s former council colleague has managed the building department sets the tone for all the corruption that’s been allowed to exist in the open under a mayor whose “statutory duty” is to be the city’s biggest corruption buster as its chief law enforcement officer.  So are his subordinates. Jackson, not the FBI, should know Navid Hussein owns Buena Vista Homes, LLC and the Moghul Corporation, and should know he and

Pressure from EJBNEWS gets city hall action on backlogged building permits

In the city where council never uses its congressional-like power to hold hearings and learn if employees the mayor supervises are obeying ordinances, or if the ordinances need tweaking, a backlog of building and housing permits may be caught up “without overtime” if Mayor Frank Jackson’s chief development official follows-up. Jackson’s chief of regional development, Ed Rybka, met with building and housing workers on Tuesday and told them to catch up on getting backlogged permits to contractors and property owners.   There’s more than a 4-month backlog of unfilled permit requests that has pissed off smaller contractors and property owners who’ve

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