Tristan Rader Bids to Promote Public Priorities in the U.S. House

Tristan Rader, a Lakewood city councilman, filed petitions today to run for U.S. Congress. “In my day job, we empower people to become more independent from big corporate utilities, using solar power that they own,” says Rader. “That’s the kind of public service we need from elected leaders also—taking on the big special interests so …

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Reelection thank-yous

First, thank you to all who made our campaign for re-election possible, let alone successful. And of course thank you Lakewood for the honor and opportunity to continue my service. Congratulations Sarah Kepple and Tom Bullock on your successful re-elections as well! And to everyone who ran on Tuesday’s council race—Laura Rodriguez-Carbone, Kyle Baker and …

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Rader Proposes Fire Dept. Offer CPR Classes to Residents

LAKEWOOD, OH: On Monday, Lakewood City Council passed a resolution with the council’s budget priorities. This included an initiative by Councilmember Tristan Rader to re-institute the city’s CPR training course which would be open to all residents. In the proposal, Rader said “CPR has been proven to save lives. When CPR is provided within the …

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Let’s keep going—running for reelection

We have made some great progress over the last few years. So far, together we have accomplished many things. Ended breed-specific legislation Committed the city to 100% renewable energy! Reformed our public-records policy Establish Bernice Pyke Park, protecting green space Added 650kW of solar to city buildings Implemented an affordable housing strategy Formed the Lakewood …

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In the News

Lakewood Makes Plans For Tree-Filled Future – August 30, 2019 – ideastream Council Passes Resolution Endorsing Climate Action on Multiple Fronts – July, 2019 – Lakewood Observer Lakewood City Council Considering Update to Public Records Request System – May 23, 2019 – Cleveland.com Lakewood City Council to discuss adding solar panels to municipal buildings – …

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