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July 23, 2015
Mobile Parking App Arrives in Cincinnati
Mobile Parking App Arrives in Cincinnati

Motorists may now use cellphones to pay for parking at more than 4,000 Cincinnati on-street parking meters.

July 22, 2015
GCWW Receives Top Bond Rating from Moody’s and S&P
GCWW Receives Top Bond Rating from Moody’s and S&P

Greater Cincinnati Water Works (GCWW) received the highest possible ranking from two bond credit rating agencies.

July 22, 2015
New Rules in Effect for Children 7-11 at All CRC Pools
New Rules in Effect for Children 7-11 at All CRC Pools

The Cincinnati Recreation Commission (CRC) approved the implementation of rule modifications for unaccompanied youth at city pools for the remainder of the 2015 pool season at their monthly meeting on July 21. These new rules went into effect at all city pools beginning today.

July 21, 2015
Cincinnati Names New Assistant Police Chief
Cincinnati Names New Assistant Police Chief

Cincinnati City Manager Harry Black has appointed veteran Cincinnati Police Captain Eliot Isaac Assistant Police Chief (Executive Officer), effective July 27.

July 17, 2015
Baseball Fans Generate Big Numbers for MLB All-Star Game
Baseball Fans Generate Big Numbers for MLB All-Star Game

With stars like Mike Trout, Todd Frazier, and a new wave of young players, the 2015 MLB All-Star Game presented by T-Mobile and its surrounding festivities generated interest in baseball fans that resulted in big numbers.

July 10, 2015
Kim Neal Selected as Permanent Director of Citizen Complaint Authority
Kim Neal Selected as Permanent Director of Citizen Complaint Authority

City Manager Harry Black announces Kim Neal as the new director of the Citizen Complaint Authority. Ms. Neal will begin her post July 13, 2015.

July 8, 2015
MAPS: Street and Lane Closures Near MLB All-Star Event Venues
MAPS: Street and Lane Closures Near MLB All-Star Event Venues

Downtown streets near MLB All-Star events and activities will be temporarily closed or have reduced access through Thursday, July 16, to make room for the many events and activities leading up to and after the Midsummer Classic.

July 2, 2015
Ribbon-Cutting Held for State-of-the-Art CPD District 3 Headquarters
Ribbon-Cutting Held for State-of-the-Art CPD District 3 Headquarters

The Cincinnati Police Department, city and state officials, along with community members stood together to celebrate the official dedication of District 3 Police Headquarters.

July 2, 2015
Updates Announced to 90-Day Summer Safety Initiative
Updates Announced to 90-Day Summer Safety Initiative

While many aspects of the Summer Safety Initiative have already been put in place, plans to include an “off-day” group schedule and curfew centers have been canceled indefinitely.

July 1, 2015
City Adopts Financial Reserve Stabilization Policy
City Adopts Financial Reserve Stabilization Policy

In a 7-0 vote, Cincinnati City Council approved the Administration’s recommended policy for the management of the unrestricted fund balance, otherwise known as the “Stabilization Funds” policy.

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