WARD 17 COUNCILMAN
MARTIN J. KEANE
Councilman Martin J. Keane was elected to represent the Ward 17 community in 2007, and proudly serves the Cleveland neighborhoods of Puritas, Kamm’s Corners and West Park.
Councilman Keane’s goal is to serve the ward 17 community to the best of his ability by providing and nurturing safety, security and comfort to the residents of the area. He serves as chair of the Transportation Committee and is a member of the Finance, Safety, Utilities, Operations and Rules committees.
Before serving on Cleveland City Council, Councilman Keane gained extensive experience in public service as a probation officer and most recently as Assistant County Prosecutor of Cuyahoga County. Councilman Keane comes from a strong background of community service, and plans to continue the community and economic development in Ward 17 to enhance the area to its full potential.
As a native Clevelander, Councilman Keane feels a strong sense of connection to and pride for his community. He hopes to continue to build upon the strong foundation that Ward 17 has established for itself by working to connect businesses with the community.
Councilman Keane was born and raised in Ward 17, where his father served as Councilman in the 1970s. He graduated from St. Ignatius High School, and went on to attend Ohio State University and Cleveland Marshall College of Law. The Councilman and his wife reside in Ward 17 with their four children. He is pleased to have the privilege and opportunity to serve Ward 17, and hopes to give back to the community that has done so much for him.
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