Kevin Flynn

Politics
4:25 pm
Thu September 4, 2014

Cincinnatians to vote on charter changes in November

A Cincinnati charter amendment to remove obsolete and ambiguous language from the city's 88-year-old city charter will be on the November ballot.

Cincinnati City Council voted unanimously today for the changes recommended by a 24-member Charter Review Task Force. Council needed to act at today's meeting so the Hamilton County Board of Elections can certify it to the ballot at its meeting Monday.

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Cincinnati Council
2:18 pm
Tue March 11, 2014

Task force to review Cincinnati's charter for the first time in nearly 90 years

Council member Kevin Flynn
Provided, City of Cincinnati

A Charter Review Task Force is being formed to do the first comprehensive review of Cincinnati’s city charter since it was adopted nearly 90 years ago.

Council member Kevin Flynn, who chairs council’s rules committee, put out the call Tuesday for people to volunteer to serve on the task force, which will be expected to meet regularly for six months to a year before recommending charter changes to city council.

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Cincinnati Edition
7:30 am
Sun February 23, 2014

Can Cincinnati Balance its Budget?

The City of Cincinnati must solve its budget problems.

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Local News
11:06 am
Thu December 12, 2013

Cranley opens door to streetcar going forward

Mayor John Cranley surrounded by city union leaders at a city hall press conference
Credit Ann Thompson / WVXU

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley, who campaigned and won on a promise to kill the $133 million streetcar project, cracked open to the door to a deal with streetcar supporters that could allow the project to go forward.

In a city hall press conference this morning, Cranley said he would work with streetcar supporters to find institutions or foundations in the private sector to pay the approximately $80 million it would take to maintain and operate the system.

It is not something the city can do without private help, Cranley said.

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Local News
12:00 am
Sun October 6, 2013

At least one of these 13 will be on Cincinnati Council

One thing is certain in this year’s Cincinnati City Council election – there will be at least one new member taking office on Dec. 1.

Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls is running for mayor; and that opens her seat to one of the 13 challengers in a field of 21 candidates, which includes all eight incumbents.

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