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Police activity reported on West 4th Street in downtown Cincinnati

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More than 40 people applied to replace Cincinnati City Councilman Greg Landsman. Landsman vacated his seat after winning his Congressional race over Steve Chabot. Councilman Reggie Harris, who is leading the replacement process, will review the applications and discuss with the Public Safety and Governance committee before deciding on finalists.
Published 2 months ago · Cincinnati, United States

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Police activity reported on West 4th Street in downtown Cincinnati

Police activity reported on West 4th Street in downtown Cincinnati

2 months ago·Cincinnati, United States
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These are the applicants to replace Greg Landsman on Cincinnati City Council

More than 40 people applied to replace Cincinnati City Councilman Greg Landsman, the city announced Monday. Council has to choose a replacement for Landsman, who vacated his seat after winning his Congressional race over Steve Chabot. The process includes an application for anyone interested in replacing Landsman. The city of Cincinnati released the list of applicants on Monday. Here is who applied:Bill FroehleCaleb PriceAntonio M. Sanders Jr.Ad…

2 months ago·Cincinnati, United States
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