📝Last week, Documenters covered a job training program for high schoolers with Cleveland Public Power, pro-Palestinian protests at Cleveland City Council, and a new fee for car-sharing services at Hopkins Airport. Check out the highlights in this week’s episode.

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Check out the highlights in this week’s episode.  📻👇🏿

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The Documenters whose work contributed to this episode are:

  • Aaron Skubby
  • Tina Scott
  • Jada Hobson
  • Ayanna Rose Banks
  • Alicia Moreland
  • Regina Samuels

Their work has been compiled this week by Rachel Dissell, Anastasia Vanisko, and Dakotah Kennedy. The Public Meetings Report is produced by Gennifer Harding-Gosnell.

The Public Meetings Report is produced by Signal Cleveland and Cleveland Documenters, in partnership with WOVU 95.9FM “Our Voices United,” a Burten, Bell, Carr community radio station.

Show notes:

Signal Cleveland meeting briefs:

Documenters coverage: 

  • Cleveland City Council Notes and Live-Tweet Thread – October 30, 2023 
  • Cleveland Board of Control Notes and Live-Tweet Thread – November 1, 2023 
  • Utilities Committee, Cleveland City Council, Notes and Live-Tweet Thread – November 2, 2023 

Signal Cleveland reporting: 

Other reporting: 

Legislation:

Recordings: 

Other resources: 

The Public Meetings Report is a weekly audio rundown of what happened in local government meetings here in Greater Cleveland – in five minutes or less! The show is based on the work of Cleveland Documenters – residents like you who are trained and paid to document these meetings for the public. Produced by Signal Cleveland and Cleveland Documenters, in partnership with WOVU 95.9FM “Our Voices United,” a Burten, Bell, Carr community radio station.


Gennifer Harding-Gosnell, Freelance Audio Producer(she/her)
Gennifer is a news writer returning to her first love, radio. She holds a MA in Journalism from Kingston University in the UK, and has spent the last couple years as a Cleveland Documenter.

Managing Editor, Community (he/they)
Lawrence, a 2022 Stanford JSK Community Impact Fellow, was most recently field coordinator for Cleveland Documenters, where they led the recruitment of more than 600 Greater Cleveland residents. They bring a wealth of knowledge about journalism, civic engagement and technology. Lawrence has worked in non-commercial media for over 28 years, including 11 years at Ideastream where they focused on civic engagement and media production.

Cleveland Documenters pays and trains people to cover public meetings where government officials discuss important issues and decide how to spend taxpayer money.