Cincinnati homeowners pay a fee to the city to take care of trees on public rights of way. And for 2014 that rate of 18 cents per foot will remain unchanged.
The full Cincinnati Council will likely approve the measure Wednesday.
Officials said two years ago residents who live along public rights of way in the city pay about $9 a year to the city to maintain trees along the streets.
Parks Director Willie Carden helps to oversee the program.