Noncandidate Moore invites public to chew over issues

Miller, Jay
May 2005
Crain's Cleveland Business;5/30/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 22, p28
The article reports that entrepreneur Dan T. Moore III decided not to run for mayor of the city of Cleveland, Ohio. But from two dozen neighborhood meetings he convened while considering the run for office, Mr. Moore thinks he found out what issues city residents most want a mayor to confront. Not surprisingly, people were most concerned about job creation, improving the schools and public safety and bolstering the quality of life in the neighborhoods. He also found that they yearned for more effective government. So, Mr. Moore has put together a day-long meeting for June 4, 2005, at the Wolstein Convocation Center at Cleveland State University and has invited the community to participate in discussions about these issues.


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