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Top Cleveland news: Airport worker suspended for security breach; council campaigns against pay cut

Top Cleveland news: Airport worker suspended for security breach;  council campaigns against pay cut
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By Hoodline - Published on February 11, 2020.

Missed the most recent top news in Cleveland? Read on for everything you need to know.

Baker Mayfield sends condolences on passing of Browns’ beloved mascot

Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield sent his condolences via Instagram after the passing of beloved bullmastiff mascot, Swagger.

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Dante Boccuzzi confirms plans to take over former Chinato restaurant downtown 

Goma will be Boccuzzi's first downtown Cleveland restaurant.

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City disciplines airport employee over security incident

Abdul-Malik Ali, an airport official who manages snow removal and field maintenance operations, was suspended for one day for proceeding onto the airfield on Jan. 18 without first ensuring a security gate was closed behind him, according to reports.

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City Council campaigning against ballot issues to reduce its size, pay

Literature found Friday on the east side was paid for by the Council Leadership Fund, a political action committee controlled by City Council President Kevin Kelley.

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