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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Whatever happened to--

Nancy Donovan Farina?

A. She was a veteran but former longtime administrative aide to all three Cuyahoga County commissioners in their Cleveland HQ. Now she's the commissioners' administrative office chief and regional Noise Abatement Committee member at the Cuyahoga County Airport mainly based in Richmond Heights.

The Mentor resident is also savvy in Lake County, municipal (former Mentor City Council member) and regional government (as former staffer of two congressmen).

And now?

A. She was recruited to join the nonpartisan transition team planning for the voter-approved change of county government. Official team name: Finance and Administration Board of Revision's Subcommittee. It meets, yes, in county HQ.

A Democrat all day, Farina has worked for or with Democrats and Republicans. She is still also an independent-minded person savvy as to how all county and area offices work.

Is this news out yet on her latest transition and Farina now working with peers to revise county government?

--David W. Jones


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