There’s a laundry list inside Cleveland City Hall of things being done and things that will be done to keep the city peaceful after the upcoming Michael Brelo trial verdict.
“Regardless of what happens across the country in Cleveland, we are here to protect and serve,” said Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams.
Their multi-pronged plan engages clergy and community groups and activists; it stamps out rumors and weeds out would-be violent protesters.
The list goes on and on.
Wednesday night the Mayor and Police Chief and head of the city’s Department of Community Relations laid out in detail what’s being done. The idea was to convey their plan and let residents weigh in.
The residents weighed in, but more as a criticism of how they feel city leaders have repeatedly failed them.
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