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SW Ohio continued its hot streak in the latest distribution of historic preservation tax credits from the Ohio Development Services Agency. The tax credits will save dozens of historic buildings from the wrecking ball, and spur millions in private investment.
According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, Hamilton County has a higher than normal percentage of people commuting in and out of it each day for work.
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.
Ohio's gas taxes and population have remained flat over the past decade, but its roadway capacity has continued to grow. That will soon change under a new 'fix-it-first' policy expected to be announced in the coming months.
The Federal Reserve Branch of Cleveland has compiled data that shows the Cincinnati region is not only out-performing most all of its regional peers, but also out-pacing the national trend when it comes to economic growth.