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Downtown development
4:52 pm
Mon June 10, 2013

Cincinnati Council to vote on financing for 4th & Race project

Cincinnati Council could vote this week on an alternate financing plan to redevelop the old Pogue’s garage at the corner of Fourth and Race downtown.

Developer David Flaherty, who’s company is planning the project, told city council’s budget and finance committee it would do several things.

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Cincinnati Port Authority
1:00 pm
Mon June 10, 2013

Port Authority looking to expand coverage to boost marketing

This map shows the desired expansion area for the proposed Cincinnati Tri-State Port District. The region would run from river mile 357 to the east to river mile 555.

The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority (Port Authority) is looking to give the region a bigger edge when it comes to marketing business along the Ohio River.

Right now the Port covers 26 miles. It's looking to expand those boundaries to 205 miles by enlisting 18 counties from Scioto County, Ohio and Greenup County, Kentucky to the East and Jefferson County, Indiana to the west.

Port CEO Laura Brunner says an expanded Cincinnati Tri-State Port District would benefit everyone.

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Cincinnati politics
9:02 am
Mon June 10, 2013

Howard Wilkinson's weekly chat

Michael Keating

Howard Wilkinson's weekly political chat for June 10, 2013.

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Howard Wilkinson's Political Blog
7:51 am
Mon June 10, 2013

Former mayor Eugene Ruehlman dies

Eugene Ruehlmann
Cincinnati Bar Association

Eugene Ruehlmann, who was mayor of Cincinnati in the late 1960s and early 1970s, died Saturday night at the age of 88.

Mr. Ruehlmann, a lawyer who was first elected to council in 1959, served through 1971. During his last four years on council, his Republican council colleagues elected him mayor; and he is credited with working to put together the deal that led to the construction of a new stadium on the riverfront and helping to bring professional football to the city.

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Rebuilding lives in Japan
6:00 am
Mon June 10, 2013

Helping tsunami-ravaged Japan play again

This is what the new playground will look like in Ishinomaki, Japan
DAAP

Ishinomaki residents are still suffering


For the last two years children in Ishinomaki, Japan have had few places to play. When the tsunami hit in March 2011 waves reached 33 ft. high, killing 3,000 people, destroying 20,000 homes and forcing many of the city's residents to live in shelters, even today, as reported here in The Daily Beast.

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