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Urban forestry
4:13 pm
Mon February 4, 2013

Cincinnati tree fee will remain the same

City website

Cincinnati homeowners pay a fee to the city to take care of trees on public rights of way.  And for 2014 that rate of 18 cents per foot will remain unchanged.  

The full Cincinnati Council will likely approve the measure Wednesday.  

Officials said two years ago residents who live along public rights of way in the city pay about $9 a year to the city to maintain trees along the streets.

Parks Director Willie Carden helps to oversee the program.

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Economic development
4:07 pm
Mon February 4, 2013

Council to vote on tax breaks for neighborhood projects

Correction:  Walnut Street and East 15th Street are in Over-the-Rhine not Walnut Hills as original story indicated.

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Economic development
4:07 pm
Mon February 4, 2013

Council to vote on tax breaks for neighborhood projects

Cincinnati Council will vote Wednesday on plans to provide tax breaks for neighborhood projects in Walnut Hills and Linwood.  

The Walnut Hills project calls for adding 24 market rate rental units and two commercial spaces in buildings located on Walnut Street and East 15th Street.  

The developer said right now the structures are uninhabitable.  The total construction cost for this project is about $432,000.

Jobs
3:11 pm
Mon February 4, 2013

Newly Weds latest example of job creation in Kentucky

from left: Mike Hopp, VP of manufacturing, Gov. Steve Beshear, Boone Co. Judge Executive Gary Moore
WVXU

Northern Kentucky is touting its ability to attract new companies and create jobs.  The latest jobs announcement involves a food breading company.


Governor Steve Beshear has been spending a lot of time in Northern Kentucky talking about job creation.


"It seems we were just here a couple of months ago making one such announcement."

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Inside Pitch
9:31 am
Mon February 4, 2013

Berns files as mayoral candidate, forcing a primary

Libertarian Jim Berns has filed petitions to run for Cincinnati mayor, setting up what will be the first mayoral primary election in the city since 2005.

Democrats Roxanne Qualls, a former mayor and now vice mayor, and former council member John Cranley have not filed their petitions yet, but are actively campaigning and raising money and plan to file petitions by the June filing deadline.

Berns' entry into the race guarantees a primary election in the city of Cincinnati on Sept. 10; and it will be a costly one.

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