Cincinnati parking plan likely headed to ballot
Opponents of Cincinnati's parking lease deal turned in more than 19,000 petition signatures Thursday. That means it's likely the the issue will be on the November ballot. They need 8,522 valid signatures.
Former council woman Amy Murray thanked those who signed and circulated petitions.
"The people have the right to ask for this, to have a referendum," says Murray. "And it's something that people feel so passionate about. It will have a huge impact on our business districts."
The petitions will be available for public view at City Hall before being taken to the Board of Elections to be certified.