cincinnati budget

Cincinnati City Council’s working on a budget that would keep all police and firefighter jobs intact for the coming year. The plan supported by council’s finance committee would reduce tax increment financing payments and the city’s contingency budget to spare all safety forces jobs. City council has until Saturday to approve this year’s budget. Click […]

A new plan to eliminate Cincinnati’s 35 million dollar budget deficit eliminates police and fire layoffs from the equation. Councilwoman Laure Quinlivan’s plan would save every job, but require all city workers to take eight furlough days, and pay more for their health insurance. Council has until next week to decide how to close the […]

Fewer Cincinnati police officers and firefighters would lose their jobs under an updated city budget proposal. Mayor Mark Mallory’s changes to the spending plan would put nearly three dozen safety force employees back on the job. The mayor is pulling funding from outside agencies to avoid the layoffs. Recent Stories: Jury Deliberations Underway in “Eye […]

Cincinnati residents, who spoke at a public meeting night on next year’s budget, raised concerns about the proposed cuts. City council is considering a spending plan that ends community programs and the mounted police unit, while privatizing city-owned parking lots. Click here to read more. Recent Stories: Fay Apartments Get a New Makeover Next Year’s […]