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Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Mallory: Two Presentations at Mayor's Meeting

At the winter meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, Mark Mallory will be speaking at sessions on two topics - how to challenge the U.S. Census and his youth jobs initiative.

The latter, he said today, is a contender for a "Best Practices" award from the group.

The meeting, in Washington, happens Wednesday through Friday.


4 Comments:

at 9:04 PM, January 22, 2008 Anonymous JFD said...

You would tend to think if the youth job program was so successful we would have heard more about it.

 
at 7:02 AM, January 23, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ditto...and you would think juvenile crime would be down in the city and the CPS performace would be improving. Providing jobs for youth, or should I say strong-arming local corporations, is not good policy...it is feel good for every mayor and city council. Get the rogue police department in order first.

 
at 9:28 AM, January 23, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mayor Mark is evidence piece #1 why we need a new form of local government. Off to Washington, to collect some meaningless award that will go on his "resume".

A "Best Practices" youth program award? Have mercy!

 
at 1:07 PM, January 23, 2008 Anonymous cincy911truthguy said...

HAD ENOUGH DEMOCRAT, VOTE 2008

 
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