CINCINNATI — Today, Mayor-elect Aftab Pureval and the incoming members of Cincinnati City Council announced five committees for the 2022 term. The five committees represent a collaborative approach to governing shared priorities for the city’s future.
The committees will focus on growing Cincinnati with equity at the center, improving public safety, strengthening our great neighborhoods, creating a cleaner, more sustainable climate, and leveraging state and federal resources to invest in infrastructure, housing and a workforce to leave a transformative impact on our region.
“We will place our values in the center of the frame as we focus on affordable housing, economic growth, public safety and climate action,” said Mayor-elect Pureval. “Now the hard work begins as we look to implement bold ideas and drive results for all of Cincinnati.”
The five committees and chairs include:
Budget & Finance
Greg Landsman, Chair
Public Safety & Governance
Scotty Johnson, Chair
Jan Michele Lemon Kearney, Chair
Equitable Growth & Housing
Reggie Harris, Chair
Climate, Environment & Infrastructure
Meeka Owens, Chair
Mayor-elect Pureval and all members of City Council will vote at the first meeting of the term on January 4, 2022 to formalize the above committee structure and Chairpersons.