Lindsay Webb Quarterly Report

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Proposed Charter Amendment

Section 26 – The Council

Issue 2 reduces number of politicians & bureaucrats, and puts you first.

As the election nears, I continue to ask you to vote YES on Issue 2 to ratify this Charter Amendment regarding the size of Council.

Change or more of the same?

Excerpts from Webb’s guest column regarding Issue 2 appeared in the June 11, 2009 edition of the Toledo Free Press, and updates:

Ward To Webb: Poor Not Pawns In Your Political Game

Toledo, OH – On (tomorrow) Monday, September 7 at 2:00 PM at the Kitchen For The Poor located at 650 Vance Street, Independent City Council Candidate Stephen Ward will expose the political game going on within City Council, and encourage voters not to be hoodwinked or bamboozled during this election.

Ward Calls For Salary Reductions In City Administration

Toledo Independent City Council At-Large Candidate Stephen Ward, calls for salary reductions in city administration. Recently, Councilwoman Lindsay Webb and Councilman Tom Waniewski along with the organization, Toledo COBRA held a press conference calling for a reduction in City Council from twelve members to nine. They cited that half of Toledo faces under-representation, and also tax dollars can be used to maintain some police officers.

Kick off of the “9 is Fine” City Council Reorganization Petition

Following through on her proposal to reduce the size of Toledo City
Council, Councilwoman Lindsay Webb will formally announce the 9 is
Fine Campaign on Saturday May 2nd at 2:00 p.m. in front of the Safety
Building in downtown Toledo.

Webb will be joined by Councilman Tom Waniewski from District 5, as
well as Dave Schulz, leader of Toledo COBRA (Citizens Organized to
Bring Reform and Accountability). Webb states, “There is no better
time to than now to bring this question to the voters. The
reorganization will lead to better representation, more effective

Councilwoman Webb Encourages Citizens to Voice Their Concerns at FEMA Meeting

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will formally present
the preliminary Digital Flood Insurance Rate Maps at an Open House on
Monday April 27th, 2009, on the third floor of the AMTRAK Train
Station, Martin Luther King Plaza, 650 Vance Street from 3:30 p.m.
until 6:30 p.m. In addition to FEMA, the Ohio Department of Natural
Resources (ODNR), along with City and County officials will present
information and be available to answer questions in the open forum.

At issue, are approximately 1700 homes, most of which are located in

Lindsay Webb Delivers - October 2008 Report

Webb Challenges Administration to Save Ottawa River Dredging Project

Councilwoman Webb Proposes Ottawa River Dredging Summit

Councilwoman Lindsay Webb announces that she will hold a press conference to
discuss her stance on the necessity to maintain funds already designated for
the dredging of the Ottawa River.

Date: Monday, November 24, 2008

Time: 7:00 p.m.

Ottawa River Yacht Club
5844 Edgewater Drive (see map below)

Webb strongly disagrees with Mayor Finkbeiner's proposal to reallocate the
funds reserved for the dredging of the Ottawa River and will meet with

Lindsay Webb Delivers - March 2008 Quarterly Report

Lindsay Webb Delivers For District 6


District 6 Streets Set For Improvement

In cooperation with the City Engineering Services Department I am pleased list the following streets are scheduled for improvement in 2008:

102nd - From 290th to Summit
104th - From 290th to Summit

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