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    As Mayor, with three votes, I would:

    Conduct open meetings and allow five minutes for public comment instead of three.

    I will not turn off your microphone

    At all times, will reveal what we really do with our tax dollars.

    Protect the farmland in wood colony.

    Demand a more efficient Police Department.


  • 00:30

    Talking Brick with Mayor John Ducey

    in Current Events

    Mayor Ducey will be live talking about what's happening in Town Hall and in the community as well as taking your calls!

  • 00:38

    Talking Brick with Mayor Ducey

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    Mayor John Ducey will be discussing what's going on in Town Hall and around Brick.  On this episode, Mayor Ducey and Councilwoman Andrea Zapcic will discuss some of the great Recreation Programs offered by Brick Township and will be taking your calls

  • 01:00

    Dr. Michelle Harris interview with Selma Alabama's Mayor, Mayor George Evans

    in Christianity

    Join Dr. Michelle Harris with Mayor George Evans of Selma Alabama and  Pastor and Prophetess Angela K. Fincher. We will be discussing the violent crimes among the youth in Selma. The December 6 Prayer March across the Pettus Bridge and much more.


    Call (347)327-9961 to join the discussion.


  • 01:12

    Leading Grand Rapids with Mayor George Heartwell

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    Host: Coach TMB

    Guest: Mayor George K. Heartwell

    Topic of Discussion: Leading Grand Rapids-The Good & The Bad

    Mayor Heartwell's Bio

    George Heartwell is the mayor of the city of Grand Rapids, MI. He was sworn in on January 1, 2004 and is currently serving his third term.

    Prior to being mayor, Heartwell was a City Commissioner for the third ward of Grand Rapids from 1992-1999. Heartwell currently serves as President and CEO of Pilgrim Manor Retirement Community. He was Director of the Community Leadership Institute at Aquinas College, where he also was a professor in the Community Leadership undergraduate study program. Mayor Heartwell is an ordained minister for the United Church of Christ, and served for 14 years at Heartside Ministry, a program for the homeless in Grand Rapids. He was previously the president of Heartwell Mortgage Corporation. In August, 2007, Mayor Heartwell was re-elected to a second mayoral term in Grand Rapids. He won the primary election with 51% of the vote, eliminating the need for a general election run-off.[2][3] He would be reelected for a third term in 2011.

  • 00:35

    Talking Brick with Mayor Ducey

    in Current Events

    Mayor Ducey will discuss what's happening in Town Hall and take your calls!

  • 00:33


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    Mayor Marsh calls former Mayor Sabatino a “liar”

    Story from July 26, 2016 Modesto Bee

    Read more here: http://www.modbee.com/news/article36730854.html#storylink=cpy


    “Chamber CEO and forum moderator Cecil Russell reminded the candidates a few times that this was not a debate, but that did not stop some of the mayoral candidates from making attacks.”  The Bee

    Cecil Russell is not interested in a debate that might give voters information on who to vote for, and in the future he should not be allowed to control the timeclock and the “forum” to censor candidates.

    “For instance, former mayor and mayoral candidate Carmen Sabatino accused Mayor Garrad Marsh of trying to reach a backroom deal with city and Modesto Irrigation District officials a few years ago to sell water to San Francisco. Marsh said the accusation was false.”  The Bee

    Marsh called Sabatino a “liar”.  That remark will haunt him until November 3 even with the explanation of some Bee editors.,

    Mayor Garrad Marsh and city manager Greg Nyhoff met with M ID chair Tom Van Groningen and CEO Alan Short to find ways to sell our water to San Francisco.

    At the time Marsh said the water was only a, “drop in the bucket”.

    Today, the people of Modesto use buckets to capture excess water while taking a shower.

    Story from July 20, 2012 Modesto Bee

    By J.N. Sbranti - jnsbranti@modbee.com

    Read more here: http://www.modbee.com/news/local/article3145215.html#storylink=cpy


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    In March 2012, Romero saw a heavy-set, older man with “whitish hair” driving a truck pull up abruptly into the driveway her home shared with Cooley’s home. She said the driver got out of his pickup and went to Cooley’s home. “He came out really hostile, that’s when the yelling started,” Romero testified.

    But she couldn’t identify the driver in court Thursday. She was asked to see if she saw the man who was driving the truck in the courtroom. She looked in the direction of the defendants, and told the prosecutor that she did not see the driver from that day.

    The witness was reluctant to testify. Romero faces a felony charge of embezzling from an employer in an unrelated case. Under advisement from her attorney, Romero chose to invoke her right not to say anything in court that might be incriminating. She was granted immunity, which means anything she said in her testimony would not be used against her in the embezzlement case.

    Read more here: http://www.modbee.com/news/local/crime/article39360609.html#storylink=cpy


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  • 00:55

    Lithonia City of Granite Mayor Jackson slings a sledge hammer about change

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    Listen in and get to hear the leader of Lithonia, Georgia. Be ready to do your part of community service, as she focuses on her second term of a sleeping giant of cities in metro ATLANTA.

    "I wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to the citizens of Lithonia for their vote of confidence to continue as the Mayor for another term. I also appreciate the prayers and support of my family and friends. We have accomplished much over the past four years. Together there is no limit to what we can achieve over the next four. Let's make it happen in Lithonia", reveals Mayor Jackson. 

  • 00:34

    Talking Brick with Mayor Ducey

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    Mayor Ducey will discuss news and issues of importance to Brick Township and taking your calls live on the air.

  • 00:30

    Talking Brick with Mayor Ducey

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    Mayor Ducey will discuss some of the latest news from Town Hall and answer your questions.