EDITOR’S NOTE: Please excuse the quality of our recent video work from the Loveland City Hall council chamber. After the City recently hired a Public Information Officer (PIO), LOVELAND MAGAZINE TV has been put into a small corral to one side of the room, and the podium was placed so that when the public rises to speak, they have their backs toward the audience and our camera. We have talked to the City Manager and the Clerk of Council about how this arrangement significantly degrades our video, “The old set-up allowed a video camera to swing back and forth between those at the podium and the council table. That arrangement had been used for decades.”

Our plea has fallen on deaf ears. The PIO, however, did respond saying, “Unfortunately, the arrangement of the media area will not be moved to accommodate better angles at this time.”

So, for the time being, LOVELAND MAGAZINE TV is forced to show butts instead of faces, except when Councilwoman Pam Gross uses the podium. (See this recent video)



Loveland, Ohio – Resident Elizabeth Blust spoke at the May 23 Council meeting. She said she only recently became more aware of City politics. The talked about her ethical concerns surrounding activities at City Hall and finished by saying she did not give Mayor Mark Fitzgerald permission to bulldoze the municipal building.

Blust challenged Fitzgerald to send her a “Spoliation Warning” letter like he sent to other residents.



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  1. Observe at 4:10 in the video how Mayor Mark Fitzgerald and Vice-Mayor Angie Settel exchange sniggers over Ms. Blust’s commentary. For shame! They are there to listen to the input of the citizenry, not to enrich themselves and their cronies on the taxpayer dime.

    • Good point. This shows how hypocritical Mayor Mark Fitzgerald is. If a citizen whispered or passed a note, by his new council chamber policy, that citizen would have been removed.

      Also, the court case he cited forbids from elected officials whispering or passing notes. Again, Mayor Mark Fitzgerald is an elected of official that believes do as I say, not as I do.

  2. Should put city offices on the land where the bowling lanes use to be, easy to get to for voting, paying bills, meeting and plenty of parking for any business you might have. Then turn current city hall building to something that will add to the city’s charm.

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