Tax credits can preserve Toledo's historic buildings

An Op-Ed by Sandy Spang and Erin Claussen about preserving Toledo's Historic Buildings.

 

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Spang says new face just what city needs

Running on a platform that's based largely on overhauling the city's finances, Spang wants to introduce a new way to create and manage Toledo's budget.

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Conversation with At-Large City Councilperson, Sandy Spang

iHeartGlassCity's Toledo Mayor Candidate Series, Ep. 13

Sandy addresses the changes she will make if elected Mayor, starting with Priority-Based Budgeting. She has her done the homework, and has a concept that could be a game-changer.

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One Test of Leadership

Commentary by Keith Burris at the Toledo Blade: 
http://www.toledoblade.com/Keith-Burris/2015/09/04/One-test-of-leadership.html

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What's Next for the City's Neighborhoods?

(from the Toledo Blade, published 10/27/13) 

Council candidate (and likely council member) Sandy Spang has first-hand experience and keen interest in reviving neighborhoods with small-business anchors. Council should designate her as committee chair for small business and charge her with two things: Come up with ways to cut red tape and truly make the city what everyone says it should be and never is — small business friendly. Second, could she come up with three ways the city could actually help new business start-ups? Perhaps we could begin with a mentoring system?

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