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December 16, 2014
Additional Trash Carts Now Available

The City of Cincinnati is offering residents the opportunity to receive a second trash cart. Approximately 5,000 carts are available at no cost, on a first-come, first-serve basis.

December 16, 2014
City Manager Harry Black, 100 Days On The Job

Today marks Harry Black's 100th day as Cincinnati City Manager. Mr. Black has worked at a whirlwind pace to become acquainted with Cincinnati. Mr. Black and his team have made progress on implementing the policies established by the Mayor and City Council.

December 15, 2014
Cincinnati Holiday Food For Fines
Cincinnati Holiday Food For Fines

Anyone with 2 or fewer expired meter violations dated between Jan, 1, 2014 and Dec, 1, 2014 may pay one $45 ticket and, with a donation of 10 canned goods, clear one $45 penalty.

November 25, 2014
RoadmapCincy: Navigate Construction During The Holidays...And Beyond
RoadmapCincy: Navigate Construction During The Holidays...And Beyond

With big crowds coming downtown for the holidays, visitors and commuters are urged to take advantage of RoadmapCincy.

November 24, 2014
Oscar Bedolla Named Director Of Trade & Development
Oscar Bedolla Named Director Of Trade & Development

City Manager Harry Black has appointed Mr. Oscar Bedolla as Director of the Trade and Development Department.

November 24, 2014
Cincinnati's Next Solicitor Appointed
Cincinnati's Next Solicitor Appointed

City Manager Harry Black has appointed Ms. Paula Boggs Muething, a veteran public servant, as Cincinnati’s City Solicitor.

November 6, 2014
City Manager Launches Office of Performance & Data Analytics
City Manager Launches Office of Performance & Data Analytics

Cincinnati City Manager Harry Black has selected Chad Kenney Jr. to lead Cincinnati’s newly created Office of Performance and Data Analytics.

October 31, 2014
Employees Honored For Big Ideas, Creativity
Employees Honored For Big Ideas, Creative Projects

City of Cincinnati employees gathered at the Clifton Cultural Arts Center to be honored for their creativity in building a new police headquarters, helping a community take back their neighborhood park, and saving the City money on health care costs.

October 23, 2014
Increase In Storm Sewer Grate Thefts

Recently, a number of public storm sewer grates have been stolen throughout the City of Cincinnati, especially in the neighborhoods of Riverside and Sayler Park.

October 23, 2014
CitiCable Moves In TWC Channel Lineup For Some Customers

Customers using cable-ready digital TVs to view CitiCable will notice the channel has moved in Time Warner Cable’s lineup.

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