Continuing City Hall’s week of chaos, Mayor John Cranley said Tuesday his hand-picked city manager had agreed to resign — and the city manager said it wasn’t true. Cranley’s office announced Tuesday afternoon that he and City Manager Harry Black were “working towards a mutually agreed upon departure agreement” after they “reached an agreement in principle for the City Manger to exit City service.” Black denied he’d committed to leaving his job. “No, that’s not true,” he told WCPO. Ohio has yet to award licenses to dispensaries.
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