From Cleveland.com --
City residents may vote on charter Issue 65 this November, but those votes won't be counted.
Because of problems with the ballot language that was sent to the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections, city leaders told the board that the issue to create a system of ward council representatives is invalid and that votes should not be tallied.
It's too late to remove the issue, and some early voters have already sent in their ballots.
Exactly how the error was made is unknown, but board Director Jane Platten said her office printed what Parma Heights sent.
Parma Heights has more than 10 charter issues on the November ballot, but this one is particularly complex.
One thing to note is.... the charter language in Issue 6 could have been broken up and voted on individually like the one they were trying above. This way it wouldn't be a take it or leave type of reform.
The comments on the Cleveland.com post are very telling as to what Parma Hts people think about the their mayor.