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9:16 am
Mon August 4, 2014

Howard Wilkinson's Monday morning politics chat

Howard Wilkinson

WVXU's political reporter Howard Wilkinson talked with Ann Thompson about the likely confirmation of Harry Black as Cincinnati's 15th city manager this week.

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Politics
12:00 am
Sun August 3, 2014

City manager nominee Black on the verge of reaching "ultimate goal"

It appears that, eight months into his term as Cincinnati’s mayor, John Cranley has found his soul mate.

Amid a flurry of media interviews and press conferences this past week, Cranley introduced his choice to become the city’s next city manager – 51-year-old Harry E. Black, who, for the past two-and-a-half years, has been the finance director of the city of Baltimore.

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Local News
11:02 am
Wed July 30, 2014

Baltimore finance director Cranley's choice for city manager

Harry E. Black, the finance director in Baltimore, is Mayor John Cranley’s pick to be Cincinnati’s next city manager, according to a source close to the mayor.

"I'm very excited about this,'' Cranley said in a news conference this afternoon in the mayor's office. "Here's a guy who lifted himself up by  his own bootstraps in a very tough neighborhood of Baltimore."

As finance director in Baltimore, Cranley said, he guided the city to the first upgrade in the city's credit rating in 10 years.

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6:30 am
Thu July 17, 2014

Looking at 40 years of politics in the city, with David Mann

Cincinnati Vice mayor David Mann
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Local News
12:59 pm
Tue June 24, 2014

Barricades to curb prostitution an unfair burden on residents, Mohawk leader says

The barricades on McMicken Street to reduce prostitution are scheduled to be in place for about another month, but some residents want them to be removed now. 

Vanessa Sparks of the Mohawk Area Development Corporation told Cincinnati City Council's Law and Public Safety Committee this morning that the barricades are placing a burden on the neighborhood's residents.

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