Residents for and against the Proposed Ordinance should be able to agree that residents, not City leaders, should decide whether the Proposed Ordinance becomes law or not.
City leaders are not being driven by the community as a whole, but by a handful of residents threatening to sue. And, City leaders are using public funds to pay the City Attorney’s office and at least 2 other attorneys hired as special counsel to do the bidding of these litigation threatening residents. These things should be unacceptable to all residents of Grandview Heights, whether you are for or against the Proposed Ordinance.
What can you do? Contact City Leaders today. Tell them to stop standing in the way of the democratic process so that voters can decide whether the Proposed Ordinance becomes law or not.
Click on the links below to send an email to the Mayor and to City Council as a whole:
Use the Subject Line “Proposed Green Space Ordinance Should Be On the November Ballot,” and tell the City to stop standing in the way of the democratic process. Tell them what you are thinking.
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