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Taiwanese Nursing Students Visit Mayor Jackson and City Council

Mayor Frank G. Jackson met with thirty Taiwanese nursing students on Wednesday, July 12th. Most of the students were from Cleveland’s Sister City, Taipei, Taiwan. The students are in Cleveland as part of an exchange program with Case Western University. They were interested to learn about what Mayor Jackson does day to day in his official capacity. When asked why they wanted to meet with Mayor Jackson specifically, one of the women responded, “We like to meet with the person in charge!”

"Cleveland is a great city. Through the years, we have built world-renowned institutions including our orchestra and our museums. We support nationally recognized sports teams. Our medical and research facilities have created a health care capital in Cleveland and our colleges and universities attract researchers and students from around the world. " -more

-Mayor Frank G. Jackson

  • Mayor Frank G. Jackson Hosts First Jobs Match Week: May 15-May 19

    Mayor Frank G. Jackson is hosting the first Mayor’s Jobs Match Week May 15-19. The event is at five recreation centers throughout the City and will connect Clevelanders with meaningful work and opportunity. All participating employers –including the City of Cleveland –are hiring now. Participating companies include United Parcel Service, RTA, Key Bank , Nestle and more.

    Available positions range from entry-level to mid-management and technology.

  • 2017 Five Year Capital Improvement Program

    The Jackson Administration reinitiated the Capital Improvement Program in 2007 in order to better plan the public investments.Projects implemented by the Capital Improvement Program will shape the physical landscape of Cleveland for generations, and play an important role in the City’s long-term ability to deliver critical services necessary for attracting private investment and making Cleveland a vital, vibrant and connected city.

  • Mayor Jackson Raises Minimum Wage for City of Cleveland Employees to $15 Per Hour

    Statement from Mayor Frank G. Jackson: “I have made a decision to increase all of our regular full-time and part-time employees, both union and non-union, earning less than $15 an hour, up to a $15 hourly rate. It is my intention to implement this $15 per hour minimum rate for all of our regular full-time and part-time employees in April 2018, corresponding with the third year of our union contracts.”

  • Mayor Jackson Signs 75 Pieces of Legislation

    Mayor Frank G. Jackson signed more than 75 pieces of legislation passed by Cleveland City Council into law.  Among the legislation signed are items relating to the tax budget, licenses, service agreements, social programs, neighborhood development projects and union agreements. Many of the enhanced services and programs are made possible by Issue 32 and support the Mayor’s Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative.

  • Mayor Jackson Thanks HUD For $3.4M Grant to Combat Lead Hazards

    “I want to thank the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary, Ben Carson, for selecting the City of Cleveland to receive a $3.4 million Lead Hazard Demonstration Grant,” said Mayor Frank G. Jackson. 

  • City of Cleveland Employees Raise More Than $100K for Harvest For Hunger

    City of Cleveland employees are top supporters of the Harvest for Hunger campaign this year – raising enough for more than 468,000 meals. In total, the City of Cleveland – from City Hall to the Department of Utilities to the Mayor’s Office – raised $117,000. That makes the City of Cleveland an emerald level sponsor, raising more than $100 per employee. In addition, the City collected 1,400 pounds of food for the Food Bank.

  • Cleveland EMS Graduates 27 New EMTs & Paramedics

    The City of Cleveland welcomed 27 new emergency medical technicians and paramedics to the city's Emergency Medical Service (EMS). They are the first EMS class to be hired and graduate as a result of Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s 2017 enhanced budget. The addition of EMS staff is part of the mayor’s effort to enhance the quality of life in Cleveland neighborhoods by reducing emergency response times.

  • VIDEO: City of Cleveland Adds 65 Vehicles to Police Fleet

    Mayor Frank G. Jackson and several City officials welcomed 65 new police vehicles. The vehicle purchase was part of $20 million dollars allotted to upgrade the City’s emergency response fleet. Vehicles include district cars, front line vehicles, sedans for the new NICE unit, unmarked vehicles and more.

  • S&P Upgrades City of Cleveland Bond Rating

    S&P Global Ratings has revised the outlook to positive from stable and affirmed its 'A' long-term ratings on the City of Cleveland's previously issued non-tax revenue bonds, series 2010 refunding certificates of participation (Cleveland Stadium Project), and series 2010 annual appropriation bonds (Flats East Project).

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