In the Press
Loveland Community Heartbeat seeks transparent, fiscally responsible, and representative government from our elected representatives. Our work to bring transparency, a high standard of ethics, and resident engagement to the city government of Loveland, Ohio, has been featured in the press on multiple television and print journalist outlets.
“Board of Elections gives Loveland Mayor 5 days to resign or face recall,” Loveland Magazine, August 8, 2017.
“Petitions to oust Loveland mayor found sufficient, new challenge looms,” Sheila Vilvens, Cincinnati.com, August 8, 2017.
“Loveland group takes first step to oust city’s mayor,” Mike Schell, Fox19Now, July 21, 2017.
“Residents launch effort to recall Loveland’s mayor,” Angenette Levy, WKRC, Local12.com, July 21, 2017.
“Loveland mayor potentially facing recall vote,” Andrew Setters, WLWT5, Hearst Television Inc., July 21, 2017.
“Loveland Mayor Recall Effort Looking Likely,” Sheila Vilvens, Cincinnati.com, July 21, 2017.
“Video: Fitzgerald Re-Call Petitions delivered to Elections Board,” Loveland Magazine, July 21, 2017.
“Group plans to file petition seeking recall of Loveland mayor,” WCPO, Scripps TV Station Group©, July 20,
08/04/2017 “RECALL OF LOVELAND MAYOR GETS NEW LIFE: 1,800 Signatures Collected in One Week, Submitted to Board of Elections”
07/27/2017 “TECHNICALITY STALLS RECALL OF LOVELAND MAYOR: PAC Vows to Repeat Resident Signature Collection, Move Recall Forward”
07/20/2017 “RECALL OF LOVELAND MAYOR MOVES FORWARD: More than 2,000 signatures to be submitted Friday to Hamilton County Board of Elections”
01/24/2017 “Political Action Committee Formed in Loveland“