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Businessman Ramsey joins City Council
Scott Ramsey has a shop full of old stuff and a head full of new ideas. The political independent and first-time politician was appointed Tuesday night to Toledo City Council’s District 4 seat in a surprise vote in which he garnered the minimum six votes he needed from other councilmen. The vote that stretched across party lines.

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