The Cincinnati Historic Conservation Board declined to waive density rules for a 44-unit permanent supportive housing development on Dunlap Street. But a City Council vote could pave the way for the project.
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Two years ago, the Greene County village of Yellow Springs voted to allow its 27 non-citizen residents to vote in local elections. But Issue 2 on the November ballot could take away their power to do that.
Two listeners wonder: Why does Covington's largest park have its own police department? And, what's at the bottom of the park's Prisoner's Lake?
“Those people that are out there that have doubts about the election? What a better way to find out more,” Board of Elections Director Sherry Poland says. “Come and be a part of the process.”
The news comes months after residents of a large apartment complex across the street from Newport's long-awaited Ovation development learned they will have to leave.
Local business and government leaders hope to cover Fort Washington Way in downtown Cincinnati. The city is applying for a federal grant of up to $2 million to design the project.
There are some existing paths and trails already, but officials want to add more connections throughout the county to connect some of the smaller communities, and are looking for new opportunities, such as connecting to surrounding counties.
The initiative comes as some voters who are upset with the state’s new abortion ban — which is currently on hold by a court — are considering their political options in November.
The state constitution requires Ohio to raise the minimum wage each year based on the rate of inflation from a 12-month span. The Consumer Price Index from September 2021 through August 2022 was 8.7%. This means the state’s current minimum wage of $9.30 will jump to $10.10 an hour for non-tipped employees and $5.05 an hour for tipped employees.
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