Opponents of Cincinnati's parking lease plan have enough valid signatures to place the city ordinance on the November ballot.
Hamilton County Board of Elections director Amy Searcy said election officials have checked about two-thirds of the 19,803 signatures submitted by opponents of the plan to outsource Cincinnati parking meters and garages and 8,727 signatures were from registered Cincinnati voters.
Opponents of the parking lease needed 8,522 signatures to place the ordinance on the ballot.
This is the announcement from the University of Cincinnati Board of Regents:
Statement by C. Francis Barrett, Chair, University of Cincinnati Board of Trustees: Stanley M. Chesley has resigned from the University of Cincinnati Board of Trustees, effective immediately. Accordingly, the special meeting of the Board of Trustees scheduled for Thursday, April 18, 2013 has been cancelled. The University is appreciative of Mr. Chesley’s many years of service.