League of Women Voters of Ohio Education Fund
Hamilton County, OH
November 8, 2005 Election
Council Member; City of Cheviot; Ward 1 Voter Information
4 Year Term.
a statutory city
(Vote for 1)
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Michael J. Murray
Ryan T. Zech
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Hamilton County Deputy Clerk of Courts
- Cheviot Clerk of Council since 2002
- Cheviot Cable Access Coordinator
- 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
- Create processes and proceedures to address run-down properties with in the City of Cheviot, while being fair to the owner.
- 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.
- Improve the city's business district, maybe with unique signs or streetscape, and work with CWCA to help promote the City and it's businesses.
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