Mayor Jackson’s Statement Regarding Quicken Loans Arena Deal Proceeding

Frank Jackson2884E“I am encouraged that those who once stood in opposition of the Q Transformation Deal have reconsidered,” said Mayor Frank G. Jackson. “It is in the best interest of the City of Cleveland and its citizens that this deal moves forward.”

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Nancy Kelsey is the Social Media and Digital Communications Manager for the Mayor's Office of Communications at the City of Cleveland.

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  1. NO, MANY OF THE 22,000 THAT SIGNED THE PETITION DID SO NOT TO BE SOLD OUT BUT TO VOTE ON THIS ISUESS. YOU, FRANK JACKSON HAVE LOST THE VISION FOR CLEVELAND RESIDENTS A LONG TIME AGO. CORPORATE INVESTORS ARE YOUR FRIENDS, BUT, THEY CAN NOT VOTE FOR YOU. WE, THE RESIDENTS OF CLEVELAND WILL SPEAK TO YOU VERY SHORTLY. ENJOY YOUR EVENING OH BY THE WAY I VOTED FOR YOU TWO TERMS I WILL NOT BE VOTING FOR YOU SEPTEMBER 12,.

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