Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Consists of reports, studies, and miscellaneous administrative records. Each folder contains materials from a specific department, division, or board, but there is no distinguishable organization. See External Document for inventory.
The majority of this collection consists of correspondence between Councilman Douglas and Toledo resisdents. Many of the letters address common citizen concerns: parking, traffic, noise disturbances, and nuisance businesses, among other topics. Also included is a report prepared for the Toledo Division of Police; subjects in this report include identification of problem areas, resource allocation, police organization, and call distribution.
The Harold J. Garner City Council Papers consist mostly of correspondence to and from Councilman Garner discussing issues of local interest such as housing and urban renewal. Other correspondence pertains to various departments (law, safety, public welfare). Additional materials in the collection include a strategy statement for the Model Cities program and legislation for consumer protection.
The Maude Shapiro Papers consist of correspondence regarding various departments of the City of Toledo, including the Health, Law, Safety, and Service Departments. Other materials in the collection pertain to community development, housing, revenue sharing, urban renewal projects, and daily reading files as well as event invitations received by Shapiro.
The Russell Wozniak City Council Papers consist of correspondence, financial records, studies, reports, printed material, and media documenting issues in Toledo during the late 1980s and early 1990s. Subjects commonly discussed include downtown and neighborhood development projects and the debate over health care reform, but other subjects, such as law; police and fire; and utilities can also be found in this collection.