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Summit County's primary election may change the look of Akron City Council...
...but not necessarily the direction of the city's government.
by WKSU's TIM RUDELL


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Tim Rudell
 
The Plusquellic administration may face more members looking to assert their independence but fewer outright opponents on the new council.
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the main help done to e by gerson ws protesting bike street.


Posted by: sunit (manhattan) on September 13, 2009 4:00PM
ALAN J GERSON launched an unprecedented number of initiatives including: a new youth swim team, an evening teenage center, a free community mediation facility, a heart defibrillator pilot program, new emergency shelters for homeless (runaway) teenagers, starting work on the Hudson River Waterfront Park, the first Arts Committee and Calendar, a new Public Safety Committee and a Community Court Proposal.
Please Vote for this strong


Posted by: SAM (NYC) on September 13, 2009 3:59PM
By putting efforts to improve safety of workers in our society, “Alan J.Gerson” has made a valuable service to the society..

Check out his website..

http://www.gerson2009.com/main.cfm?actionId=globalShowStaticContent


Posted by: Joe (NY) on September 10, 2009 8:18PM
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