BUILDING COMMUNITY. TOGETHER.
MEET MAYOR BRENNAN
I come from a family of teachers, laborers, and salesmen. My dad was a science teacher and was president of his union. My mom retired from a New York corporate investigations firm, and spends her free time spoiling her favorite grandson. My dad’s parents were factory workers, while my mom’s parents were a salesman and a secretary. My stepmom and my sister are former public school teachers. And I went to law school…
When he first ran for mayor in 2017, Michael said the city government left too many opportunities on the table. Economic development was something that happened to us, not something the city actively sought.
Those days are over.
BLOCK BY BLOCK
“The City of Beautiful Homes” was a nice motto, and it served University Heights well for decades. But University Heights isn’t just about nice, well-kept houses, manicured lawns and tree-lined sidewalks.
University Heights is about community. It is about the beautiful, kind people who live inside those homes.
That’s why Michael led the effort to develop a new logo and motto. University Heights is officially “So Much More than Home.”
Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish
County Councilwoman Cheryl Stephens
State Senator Sandra Williams
State Senator Kenny Yuko
State Representative Janine Boyd
Former Ohio Democratic Party Chair Chris Redfern
North Shore AFL-CIO
United Auto Workers Northeast Ohio CAP Council
CH-UH School District Board Members
International Association of Fire Fighters Local 974 University Heights
Cleveland Building & Construction Trades Council
Sheet Metal Workers’ Local Union No. 33
Ohio Environmental Council Action Fund
Cuyahoga County Progressive Caucus
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