Cincy Streetcar: Town Hall Meeting Tonight 11/14 – 7pm

Group holds town hall meeting to discuss options and next steps for finishing the Cincinnati Streetcar

Who: Small group of concerned citizens, activists, and elected officials.

What: A town hall meeting to discuss the repercussions of Mayor-elect John Cranley’s opposition to the Cincinnati Streetcar.

Event will feature a presentation on the history of Cincinnati transit, as well as a Q&A session to promote a dialogue about various topics, including:

THE PEOPLE: How can residents and business owners open a dialogue regarding the ramifications of cancelling the streetcar?

THE PROPERTY: Property owners and businesses whom have invested and plan to invest as a result of the streetcar. How does this affect your investments?

THE RAMIFICATIONS: How canceling the streetcar affects the entire city.

THE COST: The group will outline clear objectives and facts surrounding the possible cancelation of the streetcar.

THE CITY: What obligations does the city have to complete what is already 20% project complete and 70% money-committed.

THE PLAN: What we need to do to get our voices heard and keep the conversation on the table.


Where: The Mercantile Library, located at 414 Walnut St., Cincinnati, OH 45202



When: Thursday, November 14, 2013 at 7:00 p.m.

Why: To continue an informed dialogue about the positive economic benefits of the twice-voted upon Cincinnati Streetcar.

Parking available at Fountain Square garage, Chiquita Tower and other garage locations along Walnut, Main and Vine St.


For Media Inquiries, please contact Micah Paldino at… or513-621-7676.

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