Public policy surrounding parking has not changed much since mandates were originally developed through zoning codes decades ago. Those minimum parking requirements now not only appear to be outdated, but also hurting small businesses wanting to invest in urban neighborhoods across America.
Walletpop.com has released a phony report listing the nation's 25 most dangerous neighborhoods. Unfortunately, Cincinnati's local media has decided to once again jump all over the inclusion of a portion of Over-the-Rhine on that list without first doing any fact-checking.
Cincinnati's 2002 MetroMoves plan called for five regional light rail lines, modern streetcars, and an overhauled regional bus system. After failing to pass with voters ten years ago, how is Cincinnati positioned for such a proposal today?
Our editorial about consolidating local governments has created a lot of buzz. UrbanCincy owner and managing editor, Randy Simes, joined Scott Sloan on 700WLW yesterday to further discuss the issue.
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.