Local firefighters, police officers and sanitation workers across the city are not looking forward to the recently announced budget cuts. Frustration has erupted after millions of dollars have been redirected and/or placed into plans for reconstruction of our city’s streets as well as the proposed street car plans, but the money seems to only be for these and other types of developments. Instead, various jobs are now on the line as we take a look at how things will fare for firefighters and police officers and more in Cincinnati who reportedly may lose their jobs and close down stations in quite a few neighborhoods.
Check out the recent report from FOX19.com below to get the full scoop on what’s about to happen.
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