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In 1986, fellow Democratic challenger, , defeated Gibson in his attempt to be reelected for a fifth term. He ran for executive but lost in a close vote to incumbent. His top priority is for each real estate transaction to be a positive experience for his customers and clients. Archived from on November 24, 2010. Archived from on March 3, 2016. Many businesses and residents who could, left the city after the riots.

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He was reelected in 1974. Gibson studied civil engineering at Newark College of Engineering now , but financial challenges forced him to drop out of school after a few months in school to work in a factory, serve in the military and later work for the New Jersey Highway Department, completing his engineering degree in 1963 by taking night classes. Ken has been a Realtor since 1970, dedicated to the best professional service for hundreds of clients for the past 40 years. The city's industrial power had diminished sharply. From 1960 to 1966, he was Chief Engineer for the Newark Housing Authority, and chief for the city from 1966 to 1970. Later that same year, Mayor Addonizio was convicted of and. The city was scarred by in 1967, three years before Gibson took office.

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Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 1999. . In 1976, Gibson became the first African-American president of the. He has been active in civic affairs, the Madisonville Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce, American Legion Post 6, the Madisonville Kiwanis Club and served 14 years 8 months in the Kentucky State Senate. In May 2019, Broad Street in Newark was designated Mayor Kenneth A.

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Gibson played the saxophone in a dance band to help support the family. Corporate and state interests had major influence in the city. Funeral services were held at on April 4, 2019. A Nation Within a Nation: Amiri Baraka LeRoi Jones and Black Power Politics. Senator Award for Greatest Public Service by an Elected or Appointed Official, an award given out annually by the. Retrieved September 27, 2013 — via Wire Services.

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He was later indicted for and for stealing funds from a school construction project in nearby , but the charges were dismissed and instead Gibson pleaded guilty to in 2002. Retrieved April 2, 2019 — via Rutgers Newark Online. . . . .

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