P.G. Sittenfeld

Politics
7:55 am
Mon November 17, 2014

Howard Wilkinson's Monday chat: Cincinnati Democrats who could make a difference

Howard Wilkinson

WVXU politics reporter Howard Wilkinson spoke with Maryanne Zeleznik about three Cincinnati Democrats who could play a role in re-building the Ohio Democratic Party.

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Politics
4:00 am
Sun November 16, 2014

Pepper, Pillich, Sittenfeld: Can they help save the Ohio Democratic Party?

Yes, the Nov. 4 election was a complete train wreck for the Ohio Democratic Party.

The gubernatorial candidate, Ed FitzGerald, was so abysmally weak that he took only 33 percent of the vote again incumbent Republican John Kasich – the worst drubbing of a Democratic candidate for governor since an unknown state senator named Rob Burch had 25 percent of the vote against popular GOP incumbent George Voinovich in 1994.

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minimum wage
11:55 am
Thu October 2, 2014

Effort to voluntarily get city businesses to pay higher wages

A Cincinnati council member and the city are launching an effort to get more employers to pay their workers higher wages.  

P.G. Sittenfeld introduced the Cincinnati Living Wage Initiative Thursday morning at a press conference.  It asks businesses to voluntarily pay their employees $10.10 an hour. That's the amount of the proposed  federal minimum wage increase that has stalled in Congress.  

Sittenfeld said it could make people in the city less vulnerable.

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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Thu January 16, 2014

Politics Goes All a-Twitter

Social media extends the reach and immediacy of political discussion.


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Neighborhood issues
11:57 am
Tue August 27, 2013

Cincinnati's foreclosed property registration program could expand

Jay Hanselman WVXU

A Cincinnati Council Member wants to expand a pilot program that requires banks to register their foreclosed properties with the city.  Right now it's being used in East and West Price Hill, Westwood, College Hill and Madisonville.  

P.G. Sittenfeld said it has worked and the program is self-sustaining.  He said banks are taking better care of the properties they own and the fees are generating enough revenue to pay for it.

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