CLEVELAND, OH – February 13, 2021 – Cleveland City Council President Kevin Kelley today announced that he will conduct a Neighborhood Listening Tour across the City of Cleveland. Kelley embarks on this series to learn firsthand from community members about their concerns, what issues they face, and what they believe the City needs to do to recover from the social, physical, and economic impacts of Coronavirus.
“Cleveland has been hit hard by the pandemic, which has only compounded the social and economic challenges we already faced,” said Kelley. “It’s time that we forge a new path forward – fast. The best way to start is by listening to Clevelanders and learning directly from them about what they need.”
The Neighborhood Listening Tour will feature a series of virtual meetings scheduled with residents from neighborhoods across the city. The first one is set for Old Brooklyn on February 17, 2021 at 7:30 PM via Zoom.
During the town halls, Kelley will kick off the discussion and answer as many questions as possible from participants. Residents are encouraged to join, engage in conversation, and have a chance to be heard on the issues that matter to them the most.
Please register for your listening tour event by clicking on the event date below.
Kelley noted, “Cleveland has a lot of work to do to address the problems we face, but the solutions are out there. And these neighbor-to-neighbor conversations are just the first step that we can take together on a path forward.” For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or follow @kevinkelleyCLE.