cincinnati parking lease

The legal fight over the lease of Cincinnati’s parking operations is apparently costing the city about seven million dollars. City manager Milton Dohoney released a memo, yesterday, outlining a change in revenues. The city will receive 85 million dollars upfront by the port authority, because the opponents lawsuit increases the city’s interest rate and reduces […]

A Hamilton County judge will decide today whether Cincinnati’s parking lease can go forward. Critics of the lease asked the courts, yesterday, to block the pact unless city council votes again. They say so many changes were made to the lease by the port authority, that the original plan is invalid.   Click here to […]

At least one Cincinnati city councilman wants a public hearing on the recently uncovered criticism of the city’s parking lease. Charle Winburn is calling for the finance committee to investigate the circumstances of the opinion that privatizing the parking was a bad deal. City Manager Milton Dohoney claims the memo was kept under wraps, because […]

Cincinnati’s parking system lease will soon take affect. City manager, Milton Dohoney, signed the 92 million dollar deal with the Port of Cincinnati Tuesday. The deal privatizes the city’s parking meters, garages, and surface lots. Recent Stories: City to Move Forward with Parking Operations Lease As The Streetcar Project Begins, Questions Still Rise Suspect Arrested […]

Cincinnati officials will sign the controversial parking operations lease as early as tomorrow. A state appeals court denied opponent’s request to block the signing, Monday, paving the way for the city to collect 92 million dollars upfront for the Port of Cincinnati. Some council members are now asking to blow up the lease deal, and […]

Lawyers for the city of Cincinnati are asking a state appeals court to deny a stay on its ruling in favor of the parking system lease. The city filed a motion with that court, Thursday: one day after a lower court was overturned in its favor. Opponents want the issue halted until the state supreme […]

Opponents of the city of Cincinnati’s parking system lease will go back to a state appeals court to try to put the city’s deal on hold. The group wants the Ohio supreme court to take the case, after the court of appeals ruled for the city, Wednesday. The decision could pave the way for the […]

A Hamilton County Judge has issued a permanent injunction on the City of Cincinnati’s new parking plan. Judge Robert Winkler announced his decision, on Thursday morning, saying that the citizens of Cincinnati have the right to vote on the plan. According to the injunction, it states that city manager Milton Dohoney, and the City of […]

The city of Cincinnati’s lease of its parking operations will have to withstand a lawsuit. Hamilton County Judge Ralph Winkler blocked the agreement yesterday, moments after city council approved the plan. The reason for the block was because council members Yvette Simpson, Laure Quinlivan, and Roxanne Qualls allegedly changed the wording of the parking ordinance […]