Vote on (or before) May 7th so we can go on to Election Day in November!
The time to cast your vote in the primary election on May 7th is fast approaching. In fact, you can vote early by mail or at the Board of Elections (at the County Administration building on the Square) between 8am and 5pm on weekdays until April 26th, from 8am to 7pm on weekdays through May 3rd, from 8am to 4pm on May 4th, 1pm to 5pm on May 5th, and 8am to 2pm on May 6th. I want to give you my assessment of the options before you in the Democratic Primary for City Council. CO
Newark's Current Bond-Related Debts
Our City Auditor is an honest guy. In an effort to be better informed as a citizen and candidate, I asked him for information on our bonded projects. I asked this in part because I am a proponent for using bonds to develop a City Broadband Network which would be repaid via the service fee. Either way, here is the information he provided me (as typed by the Auditor and sent via email): Here are the outstanding bonds and their remaining balance. Police and Fire Buildings (West
The primary election campaign is entering into its final month. I will be offering my thoughts on such in a lengthier blog post very soon (hopefully before this Sunday, time permitting). I plan on attending tonight’s Council meeting and may well speak again. Hope to see you there! More updates to come soon! Here are this week’s documents: To see Council Minutes and Agendas: http://www.newarkohio.net/government/city-council/minutes-materials To see School Board Documents: http