People’s Budget Cleveland is collecting signatures for a proposed charter amendment that would give residents a more direct say in how some city money is spent on projects and programs in their neighborhoods. The groups needs to collect nearly 6,000 voter signatures in six weeks order to get the amendment on the ballot in November.

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