Senate bill would offer tax credit to residential landlords making energy upgrades

A new bill introduced by State Senator Eric Kearney would provide a tax incentive to residential landlords that invest into energy efficiency upgrades in their properties. The senator says the goal of the legislation is to provide critical cost savings for both landlords and tenants during at a time when many need it most.

Short-sighted policy decisions ruling budget debate

Difficult budget decisions combined with an election year, make for a truly wonderful time to follow politics. That is if you enjoy constant...

New express bus routes fall victim to Kasich’s $70M transit cut

Ohio Governor John Kasich (R) cut $50 million in funding for transit agencies across the state last week. As a result, newly planned express bus service linking Western Hills, West Chester and Liberty Township with Uptown and the University of Cincinnati will now be cancelled.

Cincinnatians show their support for strong public assets

After a long and tiring campaign, Cincinnatians cast their votes and made it loud and clear that they are supportive of passenger rail in...

Examining parking policy from an urban perspective

The City of Cincinnati requires one parking space per residential dwelling unit throughout all four sub-districts of the Downtown Development District. For office uses...