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Hamilton County, OH November 8, 2011 Election
Mayor; Village of Cleves Voter Information

4 Year Term.

a statutory village

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Danny Stacy Click here for more information about this candidate 524 votes 57.52%

  • Occupation: AT&T
  • Elected Mayor of Cleves - 4 years (2004-2007)
  • Elected Cleves Council - now serving.
  • E lected - Three Rivers school Board of Education Member 8 yrs.
  • President of 3 Rivers Board of Ed - 2 yrs.
  • Taylor High School Alumni President 15 years.
  • President of Wel-Tel Federal Credit Union 1997 thru 2004.
  • Experienced
  • Financial Accountability
  • Honest
Bev Meyers Click here for more information about this candidate 387 votes 42.48%
  • Occupation: Retired - Cleves Water Works
  • Elected by members of Council as Vice Mayor of the Village, 2010-2011 - Serving as Chairman of Safety Committee, 2008/11.
  • Spearheaded the effort to use National Stabilization Program Grant to purchase and tear down eight abandoned or blighted properties.
  • Served as Chairman of the Parks four years establishing it as operating on useer fees only, 2004 - 2007.
  • Employed as Office Manager, Clerk, Cleves Water Works for 19 years, now retired.
  • Employed at Xtek Corporation, in the accountiing department for four years.
  • Founder/President Harrison/Symmes Memorial Foundation as Site Manager of the Pres. William H. Harrison Memorial, for the Ohio Historical Society.
  • Basic services such as a good police force, fire, EMT service are needed to keep a coummunity safe will be a top priority.
  • To improve the economy of the Village I would seek out developers that will take advantage of our location on Rt 50, as well as our historical sites.
  • Continue to work with programs to upgrade the housing and enhance the Park with more family activities.

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