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It is my privilege to represent and serve the place we call "home"

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Davida Russell is the State President of the Coalition of labor Union Women, a Vice President of the Ohio AFL-CIO, State Executive Board Member and President of the Northeast Ohio District of the Ohio Association of Public-School Employees.......

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Councilwoman Russell began planning this listening session last December, shortly after her election to Cleveland Heights City Council. “It is very important to me to hear from residents about their concerns and what it would take to make the Noble and Taylor Road areas grow and prosper,” Russell said......

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"Battle of the Census"
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Join us live as we kick off “Battle of the Census” at the corner of Cedar & South Taylor with Cleveland Heights 
Councilwomen Davida Russell & University Heights Councilwoman Barbara Blankfeld.
Protest for Peace on Severance Circle, 
Hundreds marched around Severance Circle to Cleveland Heights City Hall in the June 3 Protest for Peace condemning racially motivated police brutality in the wake of the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis on Memorial Day. Roger Glenn Hill
Cleveland Heights City Council Committee Meetings
Cleveland Heights City Council Meeting Videos!!
Happy Birthday Councilwoman Russell
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April 26, 2020 is my birthday, and I'm asking for an early Birthday gift. Join me in mailing back your voting ballot to the Board of elections....... article on Cleveland Heights City Council background checks
Councilwoman Davida Russell argued that no surrounding communities have additional requirements for council vacancies. (Jeff Piorkowski, special to article on ’Newcomers’ Hart, Russell receive most votes for Cleveland Heights City Council
Russell receives 2nd highest in votes counts for city council race.
Cleveland Heights moves forward with dialogue on race, police, privilege -- and some promise
On the heels of a "Special Meet Your Police" session held on YouTube last week, a young people's forum was convened June 27 -- with social distancing measures in place -- at the Front Stage Metroplex, formerly the Regal Cinemas at Severance Town Center.
Resolutions and Legislation
Ordinance  No. CRR "THE CROWN ACT"

Resolution No. PSH

By: Council Members Melody Joy Hart, Davida Russell and Michael Ungar

Davida Russell Contribution Statement to Resolution No. 2020 (PSH) 
Areas of Focus
Increasing safety in our community
Community Engagement 
Supporting Smart Development and Economic


Protecting Services For our Seniors
Supporting our Children and our Schools
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