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Cleveland Councilwoman, Dona Brady announces resignation after more than 20 years of service

Brady made the announcement during Monday's council meeting.

CLEVELAND — A councilwoman with more than 20 years of experience has decided to step down. 

During Monday's city council, Dona Brady made the announcement that she would be resigning from her position at the end of the month. 

Brady was first sworn into office in 1999. Since then, she's overseen the advancement and development of Cleveland's Edgewater, Cudell, West Boulevard, Jefferson and Bellaire-Puritas neighborhoods. 

The long-time councilwoman cited "exploring other opportunities" as the reason behind her decision. 

This is a developing story. Stay with 3News for more details as they become available. 


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