Kevin Ziegler announces campaign for city council
Cleveland Heights resident Kevin Ziegler has announced he will run for city council in the fall election.
Ziegler, 26, is a fifth-generation resident of Greater Cleveland and has lived in Cleveland Heights for four years. He works at Cleveland Clinic as manager of communications and public affairs. Ziegler is a member of the Cleveland Heights Citizens Advisory Committee, which advises city council on the use of $1.5 million of federal community development block grant funds awarded annually.
He graduated with honors from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University. Ziegler also co-founded Cleveland Water Polo Club.
“Cleveland Heights has desirable neighborhoods, nearby jobs and amenities that create strong opportunities to retain residents and attract newcomers. I will work tirelessly to sustain our city’s rich history and create momentum for growth,” said Ziegler.
“I am seeking election to Cleveland Heights City Council because our city is among those special places that have the ability to positively shape the character of its residents, as it has for me. I am eager to provide spirited leadership that is needed to address the changing circumstances presented to our local government.”
Ziegler's website is www.KevinforCouncil.com.
Heights Observer Staff