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In Americas heartland, one government is a third smaller than it was a decade ago. That government: Hamilton County, Ohios third-largest county, home to 800,000 residents. An Enquirer analysis of 10 years of county financial and employee data
Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallorys appointment of four new city members on the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority is being criticized by some as retribution for the boards decision to sue the city over about $2 million City Hall withheld from the
Written by Filed Under A $150 million repair levy to fix Union Terminal will have to wait again. For the second year in a row Hamilton County commissioners who by law have to approve the levy amount before its put to voters said "now is not the time."
Written by Filed Under Hamilton County Commissioner Todd Portune called Monday for an immediate additional influx of personnel for the Job and Family Services agency and suggested that the county dip into reserves if it cant find the money elsewhere.
Written by Filed Under Bond rating agency Moody's warned Hamilton County it is on review for a possible rating downgrade. That memo -- sent after business hours Friday -- comes in the wake Board of Commissioners controversial 2-1 decision to sell
Hamilton County may be in trouble over its last-minute deal to sell Drake Hospital to bail out its stadium fund. A day after the county commission voted 2-1 to sell the rehabilitation hospital for $15 million to UC Health, a bond-rating agency warned
Hamilton County Commissioners voted 2-1 vote to sell Drake Hospital to UC Health. The $15 million gained in the sale will be used to stabilize the fund that pays for the countys two professional sports stadiums, which is facing a $14.2 million
Written by Filed Under The construction of the long-planned commuter rail system linking downtown Cincinnati to western Clermont County is scheduled to begin sometime between July 1, 2012, and June 20, 2013. The timetable for construction was
That will leave Hamilton County Auditor Dusty Rhodes without the cash to meet all the obligations in the sales tax fund. "It would be the height of irresponsibly to commit funds they knew were not there," Rhodes said. "I've long criticized various
And an Enquirer analysis finds that a ticket tax has so many legal questions it may be bogged down in courts for years, experts say...The chief backer of the ticket tax is Portune, a lawyer and frequent Bengal nemesis. He pitched the ticket tax in