OTOC Fights for Protections from Predatory Landlords, Lenders

OTOC convened a nonpartisan accountability assembly with twelve candidates for Mayor and City Council for Omaha with a standing-room-only audience of 350 leaders at St. Leo the Great Catholic Church.

Leaders told stories illustrating a negotiated agenda in support of safe rental housing, reduction of predatory payday lending fees, separating yard waste and garbage, as well as assurances that police would serve as officers, not immigration enforcement.

Candidates for Mayor and all seven council districts responded to specific questions on all four issues.

Recorded clips of individual testimony