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Hamilton County Commission
1:00 pm
Wed March 27, 2013

Hamilton County considering raises for employees

Hamilton County Commissioners are considering wage increases for county employees but first they have to find the money.

Most county employees haven't had a raise in six years.

Board President Chris Monzel wants to institute merit-based increases beginning in July. Those would be contingent on the county administrator figuring out additional revenue sources.

Monzel wants to see how the Governor's budget shakes out before taking action.

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Community development
11:39 am
Wed March 27, 2013

Westwood Square funding vote April 10th

Artist rendering of proposed Westwood Civic Square
City of Cincinnati

Several organizations now say they're ready to move forward on planning for a Westwood Civic Square.  Four organizations sent an e-mail Tuesday to Mayor Mark Mallory and Council Members on the project.

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Flu
11:34 am
Wed March 27, 2013

Flu deaths up to 5 in Northern Kentucky

A woman tries to prevent the flu by getting the nasal spray vaccine FluMist
Credit CDC

Northern Kentucky health officials are seeing an alarming trend this flu season; more people have to go to the hospital. Statistics from last week showed one in four people who had the flu required hospitalization.


The Northern Kentucky Health Department District Director Lynne Saddler says fighting the flu is hard on the body.

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Garbage collection
3:38 pm
Tue March 26, 2013

Cincinnati begins garbage collection changes next week

The 35, 65 and 95 gallon trash carts that will be available for Cincinnati residents.
Jay Hanselman

Cincinnati will begin making changes to its garbage collection system starting next week.  

That’s when workers will begin distributing 65-gallon trash carts to about 90,000 residents. That process will take until at least August to complete.  

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Politics
11:00 am
Tue March 26, 2013

Vote fraud defendant seeks diversion program

A 75-year-old Symmes Township man charged with illegally casting an absentee ballot for his deceased wife last fall has asked a Hamilton County Common Pleas Court judge to place him in a diversion program, thus avoiding jail time.

Russell Glossop was charged with voter fraud after mailing in an absentee for his wife, Betty Ann Glossop, who died on Oct. 1 last year. She had requested an absentee ballot in August. The absentee ballots were not mailed out until Oct. 4, three days after her death.

Glossop is one of three persons charged with voter fraud.

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