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Issues for the City
Economic Development/Quality of Life
Creating a city more people of all ages want to live, work, and raise a family in.
Use the successful public/private partnership that created the OTR Gateway Quarter as a model for redevelopment throughout targeted neighborhoods in Cincinnati.
Fight to protect basic services, including health centers where 35,000 people receive health services.
Market our strengths, including the river, hillsides and architecture.
Work with the Board of Education to improve our struggling schools and promote those performing well.
Allocate $10,000 to every neighborhood Community Council to fund things like after-school programs, playgrounds and community gardens.
Improving safety standards and promoting public safety.
Protect the firefighters and police officers who help keep our City safe.
View safety not
in the numbers of officers on our streets, but also the quality of our streets and neighborhoods.
Promote and invest in economic development throughout all 52 communities.
Keep our recreation and pools open, giving our children a place to thrive and learn vital skills, such as swimming and team building.
Promote programs such as Citizens on Patrol and the Cincinnati Initiative to Reduce Violence (CIRV).
Work with the County to develop a regional reentry & job training program.
Making transportation Cincinnati's top priority.
Work with the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport to bring in more carriers, reduce costs, and increase flight frequency to more destinations.
Increase the usability of our Metro Bus system to make sure people can safely and conveniently get from their home to work, church, and the grocery store.
Replace the outdated and unsafe Brent Spence Bridge.
Create an MLK Exchange off of I-71 to connect the University and businesses.
Promote greater access to the West Side through projects such as the Waldvogel Viaduct and Mill Creed Expressway.
Work towards a fixed rail system throughout the City.
Copyright Chris Seelbach for Cincinnati City Council - 2010 - 2011
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