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posted Nov 5, 2011, 10:34 PM by CFO Info
Jane Goodman wrote a comment that is posted at the end of the article. She wrote it under the name "Citizenjane". The following is an excerpt from her post:
"Hazey, et al, if you really think I could be "used" by anyone, come to a few Council meetings. Or actually meet me. Or ask someone who knows me well. In fact, I suppose it could be said that I "used" the developer's own lawyer and consultant to file the complaint because I was so fed up with the lies and twisting of data being perpetrated by the "No" campaign. This project is a PARTNERSHIP. Nobody's using anybody. "
Please consider posting a comment at the end of the article.To go to the article, click here. We think that her statement that she used the developer's lawyer and consultant and that her work with First Interstate is a partnership, is disturbing. Citizens think that their council will look out for their best interest and watchdog what happens in their city. How will South Euclid City Council be able to negotiate from a position of strength in the future about anything with First Interstate.
As they say," If you owe the bank a million dollars,t hat’s your problem. If you owe the bank a billion dollars, that’s the bank’s problem." First Interstate will be the city's problem and council will not be able to do much about it.
The Ohio Elections Commission Probable Cause Panel ruled in FAVOR of NO on 96 and AGAINST JANE GOODMAN on all 4 complaints.
To read what NO on 96 campaign filed in response to Jane Goodman's' complaint, click here.
(The entire document in PDF form is at the bottom of that page.)
(By the way, anything the Ohio Elections Commission would do after the election would have NO impact, so the Ohio Election Commission looking at her complaint for the second time would have no impact.)
VOTE NO ON 96 and please tell all your friends and neighbors to do the same!
To volunteer for NO on 96, click here.