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CIncinnati budget
9:59 am
Fri December 14, 2012

Cincinnati Council approves budget; property taxes increase in 2014

Cincinnati City Hall
Jay Hanselman

The full Cincinnati Council has formally approved the 2013 city budget.

Most of the votes were 6-3…with Qualls, Young, Quinlivan, Seelbach, Simpson and Thomas voting yes and Sittenfeld, Smitherman and Winburn voting no.

Council didn’t vote Friday to approve leasing the operation of some city parking facilities to a private company.

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Cincinnati budget
3:13 pm
Thu December 13, 2012

Cincinnati Council ready to vote on 2013 budget

Cincinnati City Hall
Jay Hanselman

The full Cincinnati Council will vote Friday on the nearly 20 documents needed to adopt the city's 2013 budget.  

The Budget and Finance Committee Thursday approved the framework for the spending plan.  It takes the city manager's recommended budget and makes some ten changes to it.  

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Cincinnati parking
5:18 am
Wed December 12, 2012

More details on Cincinnati parking proposal

Cincinnati's City Manager released more details Tuesday about 8 of the 9 companies that submitted proposals to operate some of the city's parking facilities. 

Milton Dohoney, Jr. said in a memo 3 of the firms are offering an upfront payment ranging from $100 to $150 million plus revenue sharing provisions. 

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Cincinnati budget
10:08 pm
Mon December 10, 2012

Final public hearing on Cincinnati budget

Cincinnati budget hearing Monday night in Corryville
Jay Hanselman

Cincinnati Council will spend the rest of the week completing work on the 2013 city budget. 


About 40 people spoke during the final public hearing Monday night in Corryville.


There were again a number of speakers who asked Council to preserve funding for Media Bridges.  It operates several cable-access channels and a small radio station in the city.


Executive Director Tom Bishop said turnout for the group should show Council Members the value of the service.

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Cincinnati budget
4:00 am
Mon December 10, 2012

Cincinnati Council could end tax reciprocity

Tana Weingartner

Cincinnati residents who work outside the city limits could soon lose their income tax reciprocity.  

City Council could vote this week to approve the Manager's recommendation the credit be eliminated next year.  

Ohio local income tax is assessed primarily to the municipality where it's earned and secondarily to where an individual lives.

 Cincinnati has always allowed residents who work outside the city to reduce their city income tax by the amount they pay to other municipalities.  

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