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Hamilton County, OH November 4, 2003 Election
Council Member; City of Blue Ash; Ward 5 Voter Information

2 Year Term.

a charter city

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Mark F. Weber Click here for more information about this candidate 428 votes 100.00%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Attorney-At-Law
  • Doctorate of Law, University of Cincinnati, 1978
  • BS in Business, Miami University, 1975
  • Graduate of St. Xavier High School, 1971
  • Partner in Weber & Knapp Co., LPA
  • Vice President and General Consul, New Foundation Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati
  • Married 27 years to Christine, father of 3 great children, Julie (age 18), Andy (age 13) and Bo (age 10)
  • Continue operation of the Blue Ash Airport and manage the development of the land adjacent to the airport property.
  • Turn Downtown Blue Ash into a family entertainment district.
  • Improve the recreational opportunites for Blue Ash residents.

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