East Cleveland Library vs. East Cleveland City Councilman Brandon King and Family

“I cannot live without books; but fewer will suffice where amusement, and not use, is the only future object.” – Thomas Jefferson to John Adams, 10 June 1815[1] FOOTNOTES 1. ↑ Cappon, Adams-Jefferson Letters, 2:443. Polygraph copy at the Library of Congress. http://www.monticello.org/site/jefferson/i-cannot-live-without-books-quotation

We start this blog entry with books and knowledge something that East Cleveland Library has instilled countless numbers of visitors with since it’s first creation.  This entry is about the proposed sell of land that rightfully belongs to The East Cleveland Ohio Library to East Cleveland City Councilman Brandon King and his family.   East Cleveland Library vs. East Cleveland City Councilman Brandon King and Family. DSC04803 Now we start the chapter of East Cleveland knowledge that is not yet in a book but it will be as The East Cleveland Neighborhood Committee headed by 501(c)(3) non-profit head Trevelle Harp rule that the East Cleveland Library will have to buy back the land previously given to them from East Cleveland City Councilman Brandon King and Family.DSC04805 It appears from this video clip that Michael Smedley,  Mayor Gary “Durango” Norton’s Chief of Staff is aware of the situation and at one point directs this committee to give the property to the King family over the library. And now we call upon the Ohio Ethics Commission who had previous given a ruling with Brandon King to do as they said in their opinion letter (Click Here). EmilysQuotes.Com-no-matter-people-tell-words-ideas-change-world-amazing-great-inspirational-motivational-encouraging-Robin-Williams-500x319 This next comes to East Cleveland City Council OR Mayor Norton could just recommend to City Council that the land be given to East Cleveland Library similar to what was done with The Salvation Army property where that organization got property for no charge.

FULL VIDEO of this event Click below: (Where is Norma King???) Listen as the King Brothers missing sister Norma King talk about the need to purchase these four lots for $100 each for a yard expansion.

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