The Cincinnati Streetcar Project needs more money, officials say. A memo written by City Manager Milton Dohoney Jr. was sent to City Council on Tuesday, revealing that the streetcar project will need more thanFull Story >
Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls has scheduled a public hearing on the status of the Cincinnati streetcar project for April 29. The hearing will take place at 6 p.m. in City Council chambers.Full Story >
The Cincinnati streetcar project has passed a critical date on its timeline towards completion. In the manuals used by all of the contractors bidding on the project, the City clearly states the "noticeFull Story >
In the manuals used by all of the contractors bidding on the project, the City clearly states the "notice to proceed" was planned for April 8th and the work then had to begin within five days.Full Story >
Cincinnati Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls is expected to announce her plans to run for mayor. Current Mayor Mark Mallory will join Qualls at Core Clay, Inc., a local business in Walnut Hills on Wednesday forFull Story >
Cincinnati Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls announced Thursday that she is running for Mayor of Cincinnati. Full Story >
Democrat John Cranley has announced that he is running for Mayor of Cincinnati. Cincinnati residents will elect a new mayor in 2013, when current Mayor Mark Mallory's two-term limit expires. Cranley,Full Story >
Democrat John Cranley has announced that he is running for Mayor of Cincinnati.Full Story >
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -
The outcome of the Cincinnati Streetcar Project could have an impact on the Cincinnati mayoral race.
Mayoral candidate John Cranley held a news conference on Wednesday to renew his opposition for the project.
"Enough is enough. The city has already wasted millions of
dollars on the streetcar. There's no money to complete the project. The city is
talking about laying off police and firefighters. It's time to say ‘no more' to
the streetcar," Cranley argued.
Last December, Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls announced her candidacy for mayor.
Qualls has been a known supporter of the Cincinnati Streetcar Project, also winning the endorsement of current Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory, who believes she is the best candidate to handle the city's future challenges.
"Roxanne has never flinched when it comes time to make the tough decisions. She's kept her eye on a powerful vision for the future which include the Banks, Fountain Square, Washington Park, and Over-the-Rhine. She is leading Cincinnati into a growing vibrant place," said Mallory, following Qualls' decision to run.
Current Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory's term ends in 2013.