Cincinnati council rules en Cincy Council delays voting on new rules for a week <p>Cincinnati Council will go another week without a set of official rules to guide its activities.</p><p>Rules Committee Chairman Kevin Flynn delayed a vote Tuesday on a document he created and presented to council members Sunday.</p><p>"This is a first draft," Flynn said. "It's not the rules of Kevin Flynn, it's the result of Council. So I want all members of Council to weigh-in on these rules, to make suggestions to make them better."</p><p>Flynn said that how the group will "get the best rules to govern ourselves over the next four years.</p> Tue, 03 Dec 2013 21:00:11 +0000 Jay Hanselman 20344 at Cincy Council unlikey to change one of its rules <p>For now, Cincinnati Council members will likely still be able to call for separate votes on items contained in larger ordinances and motions. &nbsp;<br><br>The Rules and Government Operations Committee Tuesday approved a plan to delete the provision from the current Council rules.&nbsp; But right now only five members support it and it takes six affirmative votes to change it. &nbsp;<br><br>Rules Committee Chairwoman Yvette Simpson said the "move to separate" is confusing.<br> Tue, 14 May 2013 18:04:45 +0000 Jay Hanselman 12553 at Cincy Council unlikey to change one of its rules