Saturday, December 3, 2022
Home City Politics

City Politics

City Politics: Looking grim

Here we go again.      The stepping stone has been stepped, and the vacancy carousel is spinning. Where it stops is anyone’s guess.      Michele Grim, oh, sorry,...

Turkey Day in the T

Fall is finally here! Autumn leaves are falling in a blaze of color, the days are getting shorter and the nights are getting longer,...

City Politics

        Responsible Gun Ownership: America is losing far too many people to gun violence. I’m committed to solving the problem. I support universal background checks,...

Move to amend

     There’s a General Election just around the corner. Mark your calendars for November 8th, make your plans to scamper down to your...

Summer mood

  What a lovely summer we’ve had here in the Swamp!      The relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions has reopened restaurants, bars, movie theaters, bowling alleys, and other...

Hildo: Date with destiny

August 2nd. Circle the date on your calendar, or you will most definitely forget it. That’s the date now set for the primary election for...

Gary, we hardly knew ye: Next steps in City Politics

Ya wanna know one of the biggest lies in City Politics? Granted, there are lots of ‘em. Most have to do with being nothing more than humble public...

Putting Toledo on the map

You may not have noticed it, but the local pol musical chairs game is in full swing. One of the main players is State Rep...

Hildo: Winner, winner, chicken dinner

It’s that time of the year. The madness of March at last gives way, and it’s time to celebrate the good, the bad, and the ugly of...

Democracy Day returns to Council Chambers

Citizens, elected officials and more are invited to take part in this year’s Democracy Day event, taking place on Wednesday, March 30 in Council...

City Politics – Of forests and trees

We probably shouldn’t blame him for feeling a bit feisty and entitled. Seriously, no one had ever accomplished what he accomplished. We’re talking about the...

New Toledo Safety Directors Look Ahead

In December it was announced that former Toledo Fire Chief Brian Byrd would take over as the Safety Director of the city, with Oregon...