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Mayor Frank G. Jackson Lifts City of Cleveland Proclamation of Civil Emergency

– Mayor Frank G. Jackson today announced the City of Cleveland will lift its Proclamation of Civil Emergency, set to expire May 31. The proclamation mandates citywide health and safety measures designed to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Cleveland’s announcement follows the Centers for Disease Control’s newest public health recommendations on masks and Governor Mike DeWine’s recent announcement that most health orders will rescind June 2.All employees will be required to be onsite for work no later than Monday, June 14. City Hall will be open to the public on Tuesday, July 6 with new enhanced security requirements.
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Mayor Frank G. Jackson Announces Return of the Exterior Paint Program

The City of Cleveland invites residents to take advantage of its 2021 Exterior Paint Program. Applications must be received by April 30, 2021. The Exterior Paint Program provides paint and materials to homeowners who wish to paint the exterior of their homes. Labor is not included. The goal for 2021 is 500 homes with a total allocation of $500,000 for the program.
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Grandson of Cleveland Mayor Frank G. Jackson indicted on felony charges in connection with high-speed chase in Parma

CLEVELAND — The grandson of Cleveland Mayor Frank G. Jackson has been indicted in connection with a high-speed chase involving Parma police last month. Frank Q. Jackson is charged with felonious assault and failure to comply, both felonies. The 24-year-old is accused of "knowingly caus[ing] or attempt[ing] to cause physical harm to [Officer] Matthew Midlin by means of a deadly weapon or dangerous ordnance."