Paul Kiska

 
 

Rock Salt Levels in East Cleveland on Empty

Two brand new snow plows will arrive in East Cleveland Ohio only to find that there is no rock salt in the storage area.  See it for yourself in this video:  


East Cleveland Mayor wants to merge with Cleveland

  East Cleveland Mayor Gary Norton spoke before a hand selected group of his loyal subjects on the telephone.  Norton hand selected every person on the call and they had to be the types who believe anything their mayor says. The screening process works like this for all of his calls requires the callers to go into detail about their question.  If the question is not acceptable the callers are told there are technical problems or just disconnected.   There is not star 69 feature available because all calls using that feature areRead More


Ohio Department of Transportation to the Rescue (Flashing Red Lights)

Saving East Cleveland Ohio and it’s people our uncapped crusaders Kelvin Earby and Nathaniel Martin work along with Ohio Department of Transportation to repair the flashing red light intersection of Euclid Ave, Forest Park Blvd and Wheeler Ave. East Cleveland Mayor Gary Norton stated that the repair will cost the city over thirty thousand dollars but thanks to the Ohio Department of Transportation this repair will cost a nominal sum and the intersection may be working by Thursday, February 5, 2015.


East Cleveland City Council Meeting Agenda – 2/3/2015

CITY OF EAST CLEVELAND REGULAR COUNCIL  MEETING TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2015  – 6:30 P.M. Place: East Cleveland City Hall – Council Chambers (Court Room)   ▪  CALL TO ORDER BY THE PRESIDENT ▪  ROLL CALL ▪  REMARKS OF PUBLIC ON AGENDA ITEMS ▪  MINUTES TO BE APPROVED  – ▪  HEARINGS (CONDUCT AND SCHEDULING) ▪  REPORTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM THE MAYOR ▪  OLD BUSINESS  – ▪  NEW BUSINESS     ▪  CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENTS ▪  RECEIPTS OF COMMUNICATIONS AND PETITIONS ▪  REPORTS ON COUNCIL COMMITTEES ▪  PROCLAMATIONS  –   Letter of Condolence toRead More


Pass the Salt Please

When Mayor Gary Norton told the state finance group that East Cleveland has plenty of salt was he lying or telling the truth? What he forgot to disclose was that the city of Cleveland Heights Ohio gave EC some salt to go on the hills leading up to their city.  It was not supposed to be spread out on Euclid Ave like the employees of EC Service Department did. This of course made the small supply of Rock Salt diminish to the point of not having enough to handle anyRead More