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The Morning Call
Councilman Roger MacLean elected council president; Now in line to be acting mayorelection means the board will have entirely new leadership. The president posit
The Morning Call / Posted 21 days ago
election means the board will have entirely new leadership. The president position was vacated by Councilman Ray O’Connell, an eight-year veteran of the board who did not seek another term. O’Connell was president for three... Read more
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The Morning Call
Allentown Councilman Ray O'Connell bids farewellCapping an eventful year that saw him not once but twice as a candidate for may
The Morning Call / Posted 21 days ago
Capping an eventful year that saw him not once but twice as a candidate for mayor, Allentown City Council President Ray O’Connell took a step back from the spotlight Tuesday, officially ending his tenure on City Council. O’Connell, 68, a two-term... Read more
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The Morning Call
Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski sworn in for fourth term as mayor, days ahead of criminal trialin spite of efforts from several council members and numerous others to oust hi
The Morning Call / Posted 22 days ago
in spite of efforts from several council members and numerous others to oust him from his seat. Outgoing Council President Ray O’Connell and five other Democrats mounted primary campaigns against the mayor in May, dividing the electorate between... Read more
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The Morning Call
Top 2017 stories out of Allentown, Bethlehem and Eastonagain defied the odds by besting Republican Nat Hyman, independents John Ingram
The Morning Call / Posted 28 days ago
again defied the odds by besting Republican Nat Hyman, independents John Ingram and Solomon Tembo and write-in candidate Ray O’Connell by a margin of fewer than 300 votes. Pawlowski is due to be sworn in on Jan. 1. The owners of Hotel Bethlehem... Read more
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The Morning Call
With the presidency on the line, Allentown City Council flips a cointhe board’s reorganization meeting on Jan. 2. But, as is often the case, thing
The Morning Call / Posted 1 months ago
the board’s reorganization meeting on Jan. 2. But, as is often the case, things went awry as outgoing Council President Ray O’Connell attempted to direct the group in a coin toss. City Council’s rules call for the voting order to be decided in... Read more

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