League of Women Voters of Ohio
Hamilton County, OH
November 6, 2001 Election
Council Member; City of Cheviot; Ward 1 Voter Information
4 Year Term.
Results as of Nov 21 12:55pm|
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Michael J. Murray
- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: Purchasing Mamager of an Employee-Owned Business
- Councilman - Chairman of Parks & Playgrounds and Public Utilities & Works Committee
- Former Secretary of the Planning Commission
- Former Secretary of the Zoning Board of Appeals
- Former Clerk of Council
- Member of the Cheviot Civic Association, Cheviot-Westwood Business Association & Cheviot Action Partnership
Ryan T. Zech
- Keep Cheviot a safe, family-friendly and affordable community
- Work towards the revitalization of our business district
- Ensure that Council continues to work as a team on issues
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Asst. Director of Audio-Visual Dept. at Thomas More College
- Cheviot Cable Access Coordinator
- Expected December 2001 Graduate of Thomas More College with Bachelors in Business Administration
- 1996 Graduate of La Salle High School
- Graduate of Cheviot Citizen's Police Academy
- Member of Cheviot Action Partnership
- Seeking additional grants & donations for Cheviot to aid in road repair, assistance to business district, etc.
- Work with all City Administration and City Council in a manner that places the interests of the City of Cheviot and it's voters first.
- Work on ways to improve the city's business district, maybe with unique signs and sidewalks as possibilities.
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