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

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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.

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For Media Inquiries, please contact Micah Paldino at micah@makepbj.com… or513-621-7676.
 

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