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Cranley: I Have Not Asked City Manager to Resign

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Published on Nov 13, 2013

CINCINNATI (WKRC) -- Cranley: I have not asked city manager to resign In
response to reports that Cincinnati Mayor-elect John Cranley has asked
City Manager Milton Dohoney to resign or face dismissal, Cranley tells
Local 12 News the reports are false. Cranley says he and Dohoney
are in ongoing discussions about his future with the city but no
decisions have been made and no ultimatum has been given. During
the campaign, Cranley indicated that Dohoney would be given the
opportunity to apply for his job, if Cranley were elected.

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