Michael Bell

Who Will Be The Next President?

Mayor of Toledo, Mike Bell, Admits He Got Involved In A Stikii Situation!

(Toledo, Ohio)

What’s the buzz all about? Toledo jobs! It starts with the question; why can’t shoes be fun?

Stikii answers that question with the world’s first interactive children’s shoe. The two month old company, Stikii, has qualified to participate in the national WalMart “Get on the shelf” Contest.

A newly formed committee headed by honorary chairman, Toledo Mayor Mike Bell, Bonnie Hunter (Toledo Blade)and local celebrity boxing star, 9 year old Bam-Bam, are all pushing for Stikii to become a winner! They know that when Stikii wins; Toledo wins and Ohio wins!



Explain issue 2 to me from your prospective. does it or does it not help the tax payers and the city. Does it or does it not eliminate jobs...



In the next 12 months, a single event is likely to change everything about our normal way of life. A free video exposes the incredible story HERE.http://www.stansberryresearch.com/pro/1011PSISBBVD/LPSIM378/PR

America's 20 Most Miserable Cities... GUESS WHAT WE MADE IT....

America's 20 Most Miserable Cities, Toledo made it at number 12, Sad...Goggle it...

Bell to sign memorandum with investors interested in Marina District

Toledo Mayor Michael P. Bell expects to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on Tuesday before City Council's economic development committee hearing with investors interested in the Marina District. The MOU is not a solid offer for purchase, but indicates that Dashing Pacific Group is interested in purchasing and developing the riverfront district pending the successful purchase of The Docks restaurant complex.

Fred wspd say's he has no problem with Chinese invesments in Toledo, do you????

I have a few, how about I don't want to eat with chop sticks, have one child, speak Chinese, or be thrown in jail for speaking my mind, although we are on our way to doing just that, restriction of speech that is. Yes you can say this might be farfetched but allowing the Chinese to invest in Toledo is somewhat of an entitlement/bailout, I thought some of us were against entitlements and bailouts. Why can't we find our own money to invest, because we are broke? Why?, the people who depend on entitlements are broke as well.


Thats right the money they will use to super enforce food safety will be passed on to us. The key word is food safety, how can anyone be aganist that, right, better think again... its a move to allow Home Land Security to control our food supply...

Here we go again, just when you think we have someone thats turned away from the progressive model...

Mayor Bell wants to raise water rates, next will be taxes and whatever else he can do to balance the budget. Bell is a one term Mayor, he will do whatever it takes to balance the budget regardless of what the people have to say. Same with Collins, just when you think he is on the right track and makes sense, he proposes a 30,000 donation to the symphony, Progressivism runs this city......Don't be fooled by that Independent affiliation, that (I) behind their names, especially when making suggestions like raising water bills and giving away 30,000 dollars of our money....

Wow! Obama as well as the Mayor, Gerken, and the School Board still really don't get it...

Obama still doesn't get it, a Republican 60 seat swing including his previously owned Dem seat in Chicago ,and he gets on TV and says the results of Tuesday election were because we (Obama ) didn’t do enough fast enough. This guy is really out of touch.

Council voted 9-3 to confirm Perlean Griffin, the city's director of affirmative action

Can you believe this!!! Hahaha, where is Mike Bell's head?

Da Blade says: "In other business, council Tuesday night:
•Confirmed several of Mayor Bell's directors and commissioners. Council voted 9-3 to confirm Perlean Griffin, the city's director of affirmative action. Voting against were Mr. Waniewski, Mr. Collins, and Mr. McNamara."


Police: Officer under review after punching incident caught on camera.

CNN) -- A Seattle, Washington, police officer who was caught on video punching an alleged jaywalker did nothing wrong, the Seattle Police Officers Guild said. (Goggel it )This is the same way Wolfie sees things,the officer did'nt do nothing wrong.
The officer could of restrained the women with his strength alone, he didn't have to punch her. Punching the women is not in the continuum of force as a response to pushing.

Next Mayor

Lies, Lies, Lies

Blocks new had puppet - Mike Bell

If the voters pass budget change I will reduce the garbage fee - Lie

When campaigning Bell said if elected I will request a city financial audit - Lie

City employee concessions - there are none just delays in getting all their compensation

Bend over Toledo he is just getting started

Wall Street Journal features Toledo's fiscal reckoning

The Wall Street Journal has a pretty good feature story on Toledo's fiscal reckoning.


TOLEDO, Ohio—This former manufacturing hub of about 300,000 narrowly averted having the state take over its finances by filling a $48 million budget gap late Tuesday. To tackle that deficit, Mayor Michael Bell had to take on the city's police and firefighters' unions and propose other controversial measures.


Mayor sends budget proposal to City Council Includes legislation for contract alterations

Mayor Michael P. Bell today sent a balanced budget proposal to council for consideration. The recommendations include:
- approximately $10 million in expenditure reductions,
- elimination of income tax reciprocity for those working outside of the city,
- an 8% sports and event tax,
- a $15 refuse fee with the establishment of a solid waste enterprise fund to which the revenue would be dedicated,
- maintenance of the fire class sworn in this January, and
- a new police class in September.

Toledo Sister Cities Announces International Festival

Mayor Bell to Serve as Honorary Chair

Mayor Michael P. Bell will join representatives of Toledo Sister Cities and Great Lakes Consortium to announce the Toledo Sister Cities International Festival at a press conference on Tuesday, February 23 at 10 a.m. in the Toledo Sister Cities offices.

Mayor, Police Department and Westfield continue to work together for long-term solutions

Westfield Franklin Park officials this week reached out to the Mayor’s office and the Toledo Police Department to examine both short-term changes and long-term solutions to ensure safety and well being of the patrons and vendors at the shopping center following Saturday’s incident of youth violence.

Future of Toledo - your chance to be heard

Today the Bell administration is using their Web site http://futureoftoledo.org to allow you to look at some of the money saving ideas and vote on them. It is great that Mayor Bell is doing this and it is your chance to be heard. Do participate! Look for the link on the Home page.
You can also learn about the budgeting process on the Web site.


This does remind me to tell you that ideasfortps.org will be reborn very soon. Stay tuned!


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