budget

Cincinnati budget
4:00 am
Mon June 2, 2014

Final votes on Cincinnati budget likely this week

Cincinnati City Hall
Credit Jay Hanselman

If all goes as planned, by the middle of this week Cincinnati Council will have approved an operating budget for the fiscal year that starts July 1st.

Council's Budget and Finance Committee has special sessions set for Monday and Tuesday.  The group will be making final modifications to the spending plan Mayor John Cranley sent to Council on May 14th.  

There's a final public hearing Tuesday evening at 6 at Midway Elementary School on Glenmore Avenue.  

The full Council is scheduled to take a final vote on the budget Wednesday afternoon.  

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Cincinnati budget
9:09 pm
Wed May 28, 2014

Bigger crowd, more speakers for 2nd city budget hearing

Second Cincinnati budget hearing held Wednesday night at Oakley Community Center.
Credit Jay Hanselman

There was a larger turnout for Wednesday night's second public hearing on the proposed Cincinnati budget for the next fiscal year which starts July 1st.  

20 people addressed Council's Budget and Finance Committee during the session at the Oakley Community Center.  

Evanston Community Council President Anzora Adkins said she supports city funding for the Greater Cincinnati Port Authority.  She said it has done good work in her neighborhood.

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Cincinnati budget
9:08 pm
Wed May 21, 2014

Small crowd for first hearing on Cincinnati budget

Cincinnati budget hearing Wednesday evening in Bond Hill.
Credit Jay Hanselman

A small number of people showed up Wednesday night to speak about the proposed Cincinnati budget for the next fiscal year.  There were lots of empty chairs in the auditorium and only eight people offered testimony.

Some of them want continued funding for on road bicycle lanes.  The proposed budget could cut money for bike lane maintenance and eliminate dollars to build new ones.

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Local News
12:15 pm
Wed May 14, 2014

No lay-offs in Cranley's proposed "structurally balanced" budget

Mayor John Cranley presenting his budget proposal during a press conference at District One police headquarters.
Credit Jay Hanselman

Mayor John Cranley presented a new budget Wednesday morning which closes a $22 million budget hole without lay-offs of city employees.

Cranley, in a press conference at police headquarters, said the $358 million general fund budget, if passed by city council, would be the first structurally balanced city budget in more than a decade.

“No gimmicks, no on-time revenue streams,’’ Cranley said, surrounded by several city council members and representatives of the police and fire departments and city employee union officials.

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Hamilton County Commission
1:10 pm
Wed November 6, 2013

Hamilton County approves 2014 budget

Hamilton County Commissioners approved the 2014 general fund budget Wednesday.

The $204.1 million spending plan was nearly unchanged from the plan presented by county administration. The only difference being redirecting $6.65 million in indigent care levy funds from the UC Medical Center to cover a gap in the Sheriff's inmate care budget.

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