July 31, 2011 – Over 120 citizens and public officials came together at the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs to define a plan for making Cuyahoga County Government more open and transparent. The program included speeches from County Executive Edward FitzGerald and Councilman Dave Greenspan (D1), as well as short demonstrations from local government agencies and non-profit organizations already implementing model projects. Featured presentations included: Civic Commons, the Child Support Enforcement Agency, NEO CANDO, the Cuyahoga County Planning Commission weblog, RTA, and CEO’s for Cities “Change by Us.” Saturday’s sessions included 12 workgroup projects that tackled questions like Budget transparency, tackling the digital divide, and public engagement around major projects. Click here for the complete list. Thanks to all who helped plan, moderate, and participated. The TAP Summit was an incredibly successful event because of the talent and enthusiasm each and every participant brought to the table. Stay tuned for an announcement about our next meeting in September to plan next steps.tramadol online pharmacybuy tramadol no prescriptiontramadol for salebuy tramadol without prescriptionbuy tramadol onlinebuy tramadol online without prescriptionbuy tramadol online without prescriptiontramadol for salebuy tramadol without prescriptionbuy tramadol online without prescription

 
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