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Understanding the Affordable Housing Trust Fund

By Joshua Botkin Cincinnati City Council committed to $35.5 million investment in affordable housing, only a couple months after they…

Kearney asks to deposit $50M of stimulus funds into affordable housing

By Anthony B. Johnson Herald Contributor Cincinnati City Councilmember Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney filed a motion on Friday, March 12, asking…

Debate builds over ‘Affordable Housing Trust Fund’ amendment to city charter

Graphic provided By Mariel Carbone WCPO-Channel 9 Discussion is churning at City Hall around a proposed charter amendment that would…

Kearney and City Council honor local leaders for Black History Month

By Anthony B. Johnson Herald Contributor During both the Thursday, February 18, meeting and the Wednesday, February 24, meeting of…

Galen G. Gordon to run for city council

Provided Longtime Cincinnati resident, hospitality & tourism professional Galen G. Gordon announces¬† his intention to run for Cincinnati City Council…

Black apologizes to Cranley; mayor firm on removing him

By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald Cincinnati City Manager Harry Black offered Mayor John Cranley an apology Wednesday at City…