Politics

OKI Survey Results Show Cincinnati Region Wants More Transportation Choices

Newly released survey results show that the Cincinnati region is craving for more transportation choices, increased transit service, and looking for political leaders to adopt "fix-it-first" infrastructure policies.

10 Questions and Answers With Cincinnati’s New Sustainability Coordinator

UrbanCincy sat down with the new sustainability coordinator in the City of Cincinnati’s Office of Environment and Sustainability to find out about Oliver Kroner's new role and vision for the city.

City of Covington Gathering Public Input On How to Spend CDBG Funds

The City of Covington is currently gathering public input on how to spend federal funds provided to the Northern Kentucky community through HUD's Community Development Block Grants.

Owners of Historic Dennison Hotel Ask City Hall for Demolition Permission

UrbanCincy has learned that Columbia REI, LLC has enlisted the legal assistance of Francis Barrett and Timothy Burke to get Historic Conservation Board approval for the demolition of the historic Dennison Hotel.

Despite Progress, Cincinnati Not Viewed for Policy Leadership Across America

Despite significant progress over the past decade, Cincinnati still does not register as a policy leader for mayors across America. This finding and more come from a survey of 89 mayors of varying sized cities in the U.S.