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Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley recently proposed charging the nation's highest on-street residential parking permit fee in Over-the-Rhine. While the proposal was immediately met with opposition, it may not be such a bad idea.
How do we, or should we, define urbanity? What does it mean for our communities in an environmental or economic sense? Anna Rodriguez explores those questions in a guest piece for UrbanCincy about the mathematics of urbanity.
As the weather warms up we are coming back to the Moerlein Lager House for April's URBANexchange. This month we welcome special guest Aaron Renn, the Urbanophile.
As the knowledge economy takes greater hold, where does Cincinnati fit in?. As Cincinnati’s new leadership settles into their self-empowered roles of merely paving roads...
Is Cincinnati prepared for the emerging economic influence and preference of the Millennials?. The most educated generation the world has ever seen is starting to...
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