Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley and Hamilton County Commissioner Greg Hartmann said they are committed to fixing the broken relationship between the city and county concerning the Metropolitan Sewer District. Both spoke after an hour long meeting Monday at City Hall.
Hartmann said for MSD to be successful, the county has to have a coordinated approach with the city.
Cincinnati's mayor and city manager will be meeting with the streetcar team this week to discuss the dwindling amount of money in the contingency fund. If all worst case scenarios happen, the fund could have just $80,000 left in it. It started out with more than $9 million.
Mayor John Cranley says the message to streetcar officials John Deatrick and Chris Eilerman is this: "We need to have a team that's going to bring the streetcar in on time and under budget, or we need a new team."
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.