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Efforts to bring down Jeremiah Morrow Bridge fail again
"For the third time in two weeks, demolition crews attempted to implode the Jeremiah Morrow Bridge, and for the third time, efforts to completely bring down the 50-year-old bridge failed."
odot  highways  infrastructure  demolition  odot.fail  ohio 
april 2017 by taestell
Property owners cashing in on Cincinnati streetcar
"Supporters of the Cincinnati streetcar promised it would spark new development and their promises were starting to take shape. All along the route, new buildings were popping up and old buildings were getting new life and new money."
urban.development  cincystreetcar  cincinnati  ohio  transit  tod  transport  transportation  over-the-rhine 
august 2016 by taestell
$45M apartment project planned in historic Crosley building
"The Crosley Building…was built in 1928 and designed by famed Cincinnati architecture firm Samuel Hannaford and Sons. It was the headquarters of the Crosley Radio Corp. and home to their design and manufacturing operations. It also was home to 700 WLW-AM’s studio for a time."
crosley.building  camp.washington  cincinnati  ohio  historic.preservation  urban.development 
june 2016 by taestell
Cincinnati brewers talk about impact of Ohio's new higher alcohol limits
"Listermann Brewing Co. in Norwood is already brewing a beer that's going to clock in at above 12 percent alcohol by volume. Listermann's Jason Brewer said if for some reason Kasich doesn't sign the bill as planned, the brewery will just distribute that beer to Kentucky."
ohio  abv  alcohol  beer  better.beer  listermann 
may 2016 by taestell
Ensemble Theatre is ready to stretch its legs
"What most people don’t realize is that ETC also owns the three properties immediately south of the theater. Beginning in May, you’ll see things start to change in that block as ETC reconfigures, rehabs and completely overhauls those three properties, leaving the theater with a splashy, 264-foot front along Vine Street."
over-the-rhine  cincinnati  ohio 
february 2016 by taestell
Camp Washington companies to city of Cincinnati: Don’t you forget about me
"[Camp Washington Business Association Executive Director Joe] Gorman suggested the city make use of the partially completed, abandoned subway tunnel that stretches from Central Parkway downtown to Hopple Street, either by using it for the streetcar project or allowing people to bike through it."
camp.washington  cincinnati  ohio 
january 2016 by taestell
EXCLUSIVE: ODOT Expected to Announce Major Shift to ‘Fix-it-First’ Policy
“It’s finally sinking in that we cannot continue on this unsustainable pace of highway expansion.”
odot  ohio  highways  infrastructure  fix.it.first 
january 2016 by taestell
​Ohio Supreme Court rules in Cincinnati blogger Randy Simes’s voting rights case
“Simes’ situation is unique because he cut ties with Illinois and cancelled his voter registration there, so there is no risk of him voting in more than one state.”
randy.simes  voting  boe  hamilton.county  ohio  politics  coast  voter.supression 
january 2016 by taestell
New Urbanism Is Fueling Cincinnati Craft Brewing
"Hampton shares stories of Over-the-Rhine’s brewing past as he guides me through a series of intricately planned underground brewing tunnels that are still being discovered and excavated today. Though it’s easy to become nostalgic, Hampton has no delusions of Over-the-Rhine reclaiming its 18 historic breweries. Instead, he simply wants to develop a mixed-used neighborhood where people walk and use public transit, like the Cincinnati Streetcar."
over-the-rhine  cincinnati  ohio  cincystreetcar  steve.hampton 
december 2015 by taestell
How the Ohio legislature blocked marijuana decriminalization for the next 20 years
"Everyone should be allowed to grow and sell marijuana. The problem with this approach is that 'everyone' is not going to fund $20-30 million to pass a ballot initiative."
marijuana  prohibition  ohio  politics 
december 2015 by taestell
In Swing-State Ohio, Both Parties Want to Limit Their Own Power in Redistricting
"The proposal is a constitutional amendment that would change the way the state draws legislative maps. The changes would encourage both parties to cooperate in the process, which would be a significant shift."
ohio  redistricting  gerrymandering  politics  election2015 
november 2015 by taestell
Ohio approves $45 million to widen I-70
"The state's Transportation Review Advisory Council approved Thursday $44.6 million for a project to widen I-70 in Clark County by adding a third lane. The funding includes $40.3 million in construction for fiscal year 2020."
odot  highways  infrastructure  transport  transportation  ohio 
september 2015 by taestell
​ODOT makes decision on State Route 32
“Throughout the discussions of the Eastern Corridor, various parties, community groups and local governments, including both Newtown and Mariemont, have expressed their firm opposition to relocating Route 32.”
eastern.corridor  highways  highway.revolts  ohio  infrastructure  odot 
june 2015 by taestell
Does the Brent Spence Bridge project need to be so big?
"The project didn’t start out costing $2.6 billion to build. Early estimates in Business Courier reports dating back to 2003 hovered around $500 million. [...] Estimates jumped above $2 billion for the first time in 2006 when planners released the full scope of the project."
cincinnati  brent.spence.bridge  highways  infrastructure  ohio 
april 2015 by taestell
Hopple Street interchange won’t fully open until 2020 and some businesses are protesting
"The new bridge’s construction path interferes with ODOT’s construction of the northbound I-75 on-ramp from Hopple Street. So until 2020, traffic from Camp Washington, the University of Cincinnati and the major hospitals will have to continue to take the connector street around White Castle and drive a mile down the road to the I-75 north on-ramp near Cincinnati State."
cincinnati  ohio  highways  infrastructure 
april 2015 by taestell
​New proposed route from I-74 to Cincinnati State faces council scrutiny
"But members of the Cincinnati City Council are not impressed by what ODOT has come up with, nor is the city's $21 million share of the $42 million project recommended for the fiscal year 2016 budget."
cincinnati  odot  ohio  highways  infrastructure 
april 2015 by taestell
Study: Ohio lags most states in transit funding
"The state itself currently spends $7.3 million a year on transit, down from $44 million in 2000."
ohio  transit  transport  transportation 
march 2015 by taestell
Rhinehaus owners opening Pendleton bar, eatery
"From the kitchen, they'll offer between six and 10 items, ranging in price from $5-$8. The menu is still in the works, but its core will be burgers – simple and traditional, but well executed, Salzbrun said. He said Nation will be a kitchen in a bar, not a gourmet restaurant."
over-the-rhine  pendleton  cincinnati  ohio  restaurants  nation.kitchen.and.bar 
february 2015 by taestell
​Appellate court: UrbanCincy.com owner can vote in Hamilton County
"Randy Simes, the owner and managing editor of UrbanCincy.com, can vote in Hamilton County while he lives in South Korea for his job, the Hamilton County Appellate Court has decided."
randy.simes  coast  voter.supression  voting  ohio  hamilton.county  politics 
january 2015 by taestell
P.G. Sittenfeld fundraising for U.S. Senate bid
"As a City Council candidate, Sittenfeld consistently led his fellow council candidates in fundraising in both of his bids for office, and he got more votes in 2013 than any other candidate for city office."
pg.sittenfeld  politics  ohio  cincinnati 
january 2015 by taestell
Christian Sigman proposes ‘bold’ changes to how Hamilton County is funded
"Notably, Hartmann referred to Sigman’s plan as a 'tax swap' instead of a tax increase. But he also acknowledged that voters are cynical about promises of property tax relief because the same thing was promised when they approved the 1996 stadium sales tax."
hamilton.county  ohio  taxes 
october 2014 by taestell
New group vows to fight tolls on Brent Spence
"The project cost for replacement and renovation is $2.6 billion, and federal and state officials have said repeatedly that revenue from tolls is the only feasible way to pay for the replacement of the functionally obsolete bridge."

*grabs popcorn*
brent.spence.bridge  highways  infrastructure  kentucky  ohio  transportation 
october 2014 by taestell
​If Winburn wins Ohio Senate seat, he’ll have to change this law before state funds streetcar
"Today, Winburn is quoted again in the Enquirer, this time taking a few steps away from his opposition to the streetcar project. Winburn, who voted to cancel the project in December, said he would support asking the state for money to expand the streetcar if it was a part of a regional transportation plan."
cincystreetcar  charlie.winburn  cincinnati  ohio  politics 
october 2014 by taestell
Haile Foundation proposes plan to fund Cincinnati streetcar operations
Under a new proposal, the Downtown Cincinnati Inc. special improvement district (SID) would be expanded to cover Over-the-Rhine and Pendleton, and a portion of the revenue would be used to fund streetcar operations.
cincystreetcar  transit  transport  transportation  cincinnati  ohio 
september 2014 by taestell
Appellate court will decide on Cincinnati blogger’s right to vote
"A three-judge panel on the Hamilton County Court of Appeals is expected to decide soon whether Randy Simes, the co-owner of UrbanCincy.com, has the right to vote in Cincinnati while he lives in Korea working for Parsons Brinckerhoff, a planning and engineering firm."
randy.simes  hamilton.county  tea.party  voter.supression  coast  ohio  politics 
july 2014 by taestell
Demands bog down Warren Co. 'new urbanism' project
"Think back to the neighborhoods before the 1950s when everything you needed – grocery stores, shops, restaurants, parks, schools, churches – were within walking distance from home."
warren.county  ohio  new.urbanism  greater.cincinnati  walkability 
july 2014 by taestell
6 Educated Guesses as to the Future of Lytle Park
Some likely predictions about what Western & Southern intends to do in and around Lytle Park.
lytle.park  cincinnati  ohio  historic.preservation 
july 2014 by taestell
Owners of Bakersfield, The Eagle taking over Lavomatic space
"The concept for the new restaurant has not been finalized yet, but it is expected to open in October."
lavomatic  over-the-rhine  urban.development  cincinnati  ohio  restaurants 
june 2014 by taestell
GE picks the Banks for 1,400-job center
Cincinnati's new riverfront development will be the home of GE's Global Operations Center.
ge  general.electric  the.banks  cincinnati  hamilton.county  ohio  urban.development 
june 2014 by taestell
Young City Dwellers and Political Agency
Why are states like Ohio rejecting the very people they need most?
used.my.photos  cincystreetcar  cincinnati  ohio  john.cranley 
march 2014 by taestell
Leaders, bring local governance into 21st century
"But any discussion of this funding should be based on reality: In Ohio, local government is antiquated. It is absurd that Greater Cincinnati alone has over 200 jurisdictions. It is absurd that Hamilton County has 48 local governments. While other Midwest regions (e.g. Indianapolis, Louisville) undertook major initiatives to streamline local governance, our region clings to parochial conservatism at the expense of fiscal conservatism."
greg.harris  politics  hamilton.county  ohio  government 
february 2014 by taestell
The Suburb Where Everybody Can Walk to School
"Because of the way its schools were designed and sited, this inner-ring Cleveland suburb doesn’t need buses — every child in the district lives less than two miles from their classroom, and most are within one mile."
cleveland  walkability  transportation  transport  lakewood  ohio 
january 2014 by taestell
Ohio GOP Resurrects Voter Suppression Efforts
"But following the large Democratic turnout in 2008, Ohio Republicans drastically curtailed early voting in 2012 from thirty-five to eleven days, with no voting on the Sunday before the election, when African-American churches historically rally their congregants to go to the polls."
ohio  gop  politics  voting  voter.supression 
december 2013 by taestell
In final state of the city, Mallory proposes West Side bridge to Kentucky
Mayor Mark Mallory: "Filling potholes and picking up trash and paving streets? We are supposed to do that. We are better than that. The issue is how are we going to be a transformative city. The issue is being a progressive, 21st century city."
mark.mallory  cincinnati  ohio 
october 2013 by taestell
Exploding the Myth of the Fiscally Conservative Republican Governor
"Kasich’s biggest investment is a $440 million bypass around Portsmouth, a town of 20,000 people. That’s almost $22,000 for every man, woman, and child in town. [...] It’s hard to take Kasich seriously as a conservative if this is the type of project he wants to champion."
john.kasich  ohio  GOP  tea.party  transportation  highways  portsmouth 
october 2013 by taestell
Warren County hit by GOP War on Cities
Warren County officials want the City of Cincinnati to bail out their transit system.
warren.county  ohio  cincinnati  transit  transportation 
october 2013 by taestell
Cincinnati Streetcar Vehicle Reveal
"The Cincinnati Streetcar is the first streetcar in the United States to be designed with curb level boarding at every stop, making it the most accessible in the nation. Curb level boarding means easy access for people with wheelchairs, visual impairments, walkers, or other mobility issues. Unlike a bus, they can enter the streetcar independently without the driver having to stop to assist them. Curb level boarding is also helpful for people with strollers, young children, or luggage."
Cincinnati  Ohio  transportation  transit  rail  infrastructure  cincystreetcar  streetcars 
october 2013 by taestell
A Kasich-FitzGerald race for Ohio governor could hinge on population shifts: Brent Larkin
"Ohio's economy isn't half as strong as Team Kasich wants us to believe. And the governor's love affair with the sound of his voice comes with a history of saying things that get him into political trouble."
ohio  politics  john.kasich  ed.fitzgerald  government  election2014 
october 2013 by taestell
More Amtrak in Cincinnati: What it would take and what we could hope to get
"At some point in the future, I’d like to dive further into the rail/anti-rail sentiment [in Ohio] and why people feel so strongly about it. In Illinois, most people just didn’t think all that much about it. A train was just another transportation option that you could use if it fit within your needs."
cincinnati  transportation  transit  amtrak  light.rail  ohio  politics  rail  streetcars 
october 2013 by taestell
Brent Spence Bridge money plans rely on tolls
Cincinnati's new interstate highway bridge will rely on tolls for funding.
cincinnati  interstates  highways  gas.tax  bridges  brent.spence.bridge  ohio 
october 2013 by taestell
Over-the-Rhine residents, property owners craft plan for blocks just south of Liberty Street
"It suggests a mix of single-family townhouses, senior housing and multi-family apartment and condominium buildings that includes affordable housing. In all, it would add 165 residential units to the area, which already has 43 residential units that are occupied."
over-the-rhine  cincinnati  ohio  historic.preservation  urban.development  from instapaper
september 2013 by taestell
Do suburbs like Arlington Heights need to exist?
The Business Courier analyzes UrbanCincy's proposal to merge several small political jurisdictions in Hamilton County into adjacent cities.
cincinnati  hamilton.county  ohio  politics  government  from instapaper
august 2013 by taestell
Main Street Gets the Business
John Cranley's vision for redevelopment in Over-the-Rhine was massive chains like Hard Rock Café and ESPN Zone.
over-the-rhine  cincinnati  urbanism  urban.planning  urban.development  ohio  from instapaper
august 2013 by taestell
New owner of Terrace Plaza plans to reopen hotel
The hotel's new owner "was attracted by the 'phenomenal job Cincinnati has done turning the city around.'"
cincinnati  urban.development  urban.planning  cities  ohio  urbanism  hotels  from instapaper
august 2013 by taestell
It's Time to Consolidate Local Governments in Hamilton County
"In Hamilton County there are 49 different political jurisdictions ranging from a few hundred people to approximately 300,000 in the City of Cincinnati. That is approximately 16,334 people per political jurisdiction. Certainly we are not serving our residents in the most effective and prudent way when there is so much fragmentation."
hamilton.county  cincinnati  ohio  government  annexation  cities  from instapaper
august 2013 by taestell
What can Ohio’s failed high-speed rail program teach us about America’s standing in the world?
"America used to build big things. Ohio used to build big things. This, it appears, is no longer the case, and it makes one wonder if the United States is even capable of building inspirational and useful structures like the Miami and Erie Canal, Union Terminal, or Interstate Highway System again."
infrastructure  ohio  transportation  hsr  rail  transit  from instapaper
july 2013 by taestell
Jeremiah Morrow Bridge Replacement Project
An $88.1 million project to replace a bridge carrying Interstate 71 in Warren County, Ohio.
infrastructure  highways  transportation  bridges  ohio  warren.county  from instapaper
july 2013 by taestell
Media Bridges Shutting Down
After the state of Ohio eliminated funding for Media Bridges, the City of Cincinnati picked up the tab for one year. But after city budget cuts, Media Bridges has no choice but to shut down.
public.access  media.bridges  ohio  cincinnati  from instapaper
july 2013 by taestell
Raising state taxes under guise of ‘reform’ an odorous ploy
"In exchange for state income tax cuts during the next three years, Republicans plan to raise sales and property taxes. Sort of like a tax shell game."
politics  john.kasich  taxes  government  government.spending  ohio  from instapaper
july 2013 by taestell
Rep. Jean Schmidt to cut ribbon on White Castle in South Lebanon
Congresswoman Jean Schmidt and South Lebanon Mayor James Smith will be there for a celebration that will start at 9 a.m. Aug. 15.
jean.schmidt  south.lebanon  ohio  white.castle  from instapaper
june 2013 by taestell
Ohio rail money to go elsewhere
One of the highlights of Ohio Gov. John Kasich's reign: "Ohio's loss will be California's, Florida's and New York's gain as federal officials announced Thursday that most of the $400 million Ohio was to receive to develop a passenger rail line will go elsewhere because of Gov.-elect John Kasich's adamant opposition to the plan."
john.kasich  rail  transportation  transit  ohio  hsr  from instapaper
june 2013 by taestell
Local governments warn of more cuts, higher taxes
"During the past two years, cities, townships and counties have seen budgets and local services squeezed by cuts in state aid, vanishing state taxes and lower property values."
government  ohio  taxes  from instapaper
june 2013 by taestell
Kasich’s tax plan rewards rich, starves public services
"The bottom fifth of taxpayers, making less than $18,000 a year, would see an average tax hike of $63."
middle.class  john.kasich  economy  taxes  gop  ohio  politics 
june 2013 by taestell
No mechanism for electorate to challenge ODOT
Jake Mecklenborg's letter-to-the-editor about Ohio's endless highway spending.
odot  ohio  transportation  highways  roads  infrastructure  jake.mecklenborg 
june 2013 by taestell
Ohio's War on the Middle Class
"In 1980, he got his first professional job with a high school diploma in Cleveland for $28,000 a year. In 2007, I got my first professional job with a master’s degree in San Francisco for $27,000. A hundred dollars in my pocket today was the equivalent of $274 in his then."
ohio  politics  economy  middle.class 
june 2013 by taestell
The 10 Craziest State Legislatures In America
"It’s hard to top Ohio Republicans, who had a fetus testify against abortion on the floor of the legislature. Seriously."
ohio  politics  tea.party  gop 
june 2013 by taestell
Ohio Gov. Kasich wants state to be ‘cool,’ fails to get what that means
"Is there anything more uncool than a 50-something politician in a suit talking about wanting his state to be 'cool'? Nah. Probably not."
john.kasich  ohio 
june 2013 by taestell
Aaron Renn on I-74 Extension
"I’m a big believer in building infrastructure, and yes, even in building more roads where appropriate. But even among nominally fiscal conservative governors, it’s tough to find any highway boondoggle big enough that they are willing to cancel it. Here’s a perfect opportunity for Kasich to distinguish himself and step up to the plate."
highways  infrastructure  john.kasich  ohio  transportation  roads  driving  automobiles 
june 2013 by taestell
The Result of Anti-Tax Extremism
"Little Miami Schools is being taken over by the State of Ohio because the citizens of that school district have repeatedly failed to pass a tax levy to fund the schools. The anti-tax/anti-government extremists got their way and the schools will now suffer massive cuts. Students will likely not have any extracurricular activities. They will miss out on advance education opportunities. Little Miami Students will not have good educations."
tea.party  little.miami  ohio 
june 2013 by taestell
Ohio facing ‘mobility crisis’ as transportation choices rapidly decline
"Many people are aware of the dramatic cuts taking place at Ohio’s local transit authorities, but at the same time Ohio’s intercity public transportation modes – bus carriers, Amtrak, and airlines – are also seeing sharp service declines. According to All Aboard Ohio, these decreases in service are leaving many Ohioans stranded as they look for travel connections between Ohio’s many cities, towns, suburbs, and rural hamlets."
cities  transportation  transit  rail  ohio 
june 2013 by taestell
Economic Storm Batters Ohio Town
"In 1980, Airborne Express turned Wilmington’s abandoned Air Force base into a hub for overnight shipping. Eight thousand people found work at what they call 'the air park.' Then, in 2003 a German company, DHL, bought Airborne in an effort to win a big piece of the U.S. market. It didn’t work. The merger was rocky, there were service disruptions were delayed, and customers left in droves. With last fall’s economic crash, DHL was losing $6 million a day in the U.S.; layoffs started coming by the hundreds."
wilmington  ohio  60minutes 
june 2013 by taestell
Jon Husted: "Ensuring students can vote is not a priority"
"The plan, buried in the Ohio House budget, would penalize Ohio universities that provide proof of residency documents to students who live on campus. Without such documentation, many students would not be able to comply with voter ID laws and would be forced to vote provisionally."
voting  voter.supression  jon.husted  gop  ohio  politics  from instapaper
may 2013 by taestell
DeWine continues using AG’s office to push personal religious agenda
"DeWine was not actually representing the people of Ohio, instead using his position to inject his own political and religious beliefs into what should be the most secular and non-political office in the state."
mike.dewine  gop  ohio  politics  health.care  from instapaper
april 2013 by taestell
Blue Ash, Ohio Mayor: Local government is under attack
"The [State of Ohio's] Local Government Fund was reduced in 2012 by 25 percent. It will be trimmed again in 2013 by another 25 percent."
government  gop  ohio  blue.ash  from instapaper
march 2013 by taestell
Ohioans deserve and demand transportation choices
"Unfortunately, the [Ohio transportation] budget is heavily tilted towards road funding, with a little more than 1 percent slated for public transportation. This is disappointing considering that roughly 9 percent of Ohio households have no vehicle, according to Census figures."
transit  transportation  mass.transportation  highways  Ohio  ODOT  Jerry.Wray 
february 2013 by taestell
When a City Dared to Dream: How the 2012 Summer Olympics Could've Been in Cincinnati
"Cincinnati 2012 may not have brought us the Olympics, but it did bring a sense of civic pride to the city."
Cincinnati  Olympics  Ohio  Midwest 
july 2012 by taestell
New stadium fund plan: Borrow more, defer payment
Hamilton County's "plan" for the stadium fund isn't much of a plan at all.
politics  hamilton.county  ohio 
june 2012 by taestell
Follow the signs to this museum
The unique American Sign Museum is now open in its new location, in the Camp Washington neighborhood of Cincinnati.
cincinnati  art  ohio  advertising 
june 2012 by taestell
Ohio income tax rates are lowest in 30 years
So much for the "Wake up America! We're taxed to death!" argument.
taxes  economy  economics  Ohio 
may 2012 by taestell
Is Cincinnati The Greenest City In America?
Cincinnati is receiving national attention for its recent switch to 100% renewable electricity.
Cincinnati  Ohio  energy  environment 
may 2012 by taestell
Over the Rhine transformation: not over yet
A rare positive look at the positive changes in Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine urban neighborhood from our anti-city newspaper.
over-the-rhine  cincinnati  ohio  urbanism 
april 2012 by taestell
Taxed by the boss
When you see "taxes withheld" on your paycheck, you assume that money is going to the government. But in 16 states, large corporations like Sears, Ford, GE, Google, and Procter & Gamble are allowed to keep a portion of that money -- as pure profit.
economy  economics  jobs  Ohio  politics 
april 2012 by taestell
Mystery group tilted local election
An unknown group, "Victory Ohio Super PAC" (not officially registered as a PAC), may have had a measurable impact on one Ohio primary race.
election  ohio  politics  government  pac 
march 2012 by taestell
Redevelopment work shifting north and west in historic Over-the-Rhine
Update on the most recent developments in Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine neighborhood.
cincinnati  over-the-rhine  development  urbanism  cities  ohio 
august 2011 by taestell
Provision could cost Ohio colleges millions
Attracting out-of-staters to earn a degree in Ohio and stay here for five years is a good idea. But financing it on the backs of already struggling universities is a terrible idea. The state should reimburse Ohio universities for the lost tuition.
higher.ed  university  college  ohio  brain.drain 
june 2011 by taestell
Ohio lawmakers vote to allow guns in bars, arenas
How many people will be shot and killed in bars before this decision is reversed?
alcohol  bars  guns  gun.control  ohio  tea.party  gop  kasich  john.kasich 
june 2011 by taestell

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