Government Reporting
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Thu April 4, 2013

Best Government Reporting

Jay Hanselman reports on the City of Cincinnati for 91.7 WVXU. Here is a selection of his reports from 2012.

1. Cincinnati's Police Chief says a newly released audit of the agency will save money.  But James Craig isn't ready to put a dollar amount on the savings yet.  W-V-X-U's Jay Hanselman reports...

2.Construction on Cincinnati's newest fire station is already underway in Westwood.  A groundbreaking ceremony was held today (yesterday).  W-V-X-U's Jay Hanselman reports officials say it will improve public safety and residents say they hope it will spur other economic development...

3. A recent report suggests Cincinnati set-up a 15-million dollar fund to attract grocery stores to city neighborhoods that are currently described as food deserts.  W-V-X-U's Jay Hanselman reports these are geographic areas with low access to affordable, healthy food...

4. Cincinnati officials are studying a plan to make it quieter for some residents who live in neighborhoods with a lot of train traffic.  W-V-X-U’s Jay Hanselman has more…

5. Residents of Cincinnati's East End neighborhood are patiently waiting on a plan to slow down traffic on Riverside Drive...

6. Some 53,000 Cincinnati households are eligible to participate in the city's plan to aggregate electricity...

7. Cincinnati Council members are considering a plan to change the length of their terms from two to four years...

8. People who supported longer terms for Cincinnati council members are celebrating. City voters narrowly approved a charter amendment yesterday to change the council term to four years...

9. Cincinnati City Manager Milton Dohoney’s paycheck will be getting larger. A City Council majority appears ready to give him a raise...

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