This Cincinnati Program Removes Invasive Species — and Barriers for Youth
The Mill Creek Alliance’s Green Corps gives young people interested in environmental stewardship a chance to grow their skills
By Seth Weber
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MSD Set to Introduce Rate Discount for Seniors, But Some Say it Doesn't Go Far Enough
MSD's Customer Assistance Program could provide a 20 percent discount on sewer rates for low-income seniors, but some advocates say the utility could do more for renters and other low-income people
Do You Need a Break On Your Parking Tickets? One Could Be Coming
Cincinnati City Council member Tamaya Dennard wants the city to look into offering amnesty on parking ticket late fees.
More Crossing Guards Could Soon be Watching Out for CPS Students
Cincinnati City Council passed legislation allowing volunteer crossing guards to patrol school zone intersections
Sittenfeld, Duke Energy Propose Partnership That Would Provide LED Lights for Every Cincinnati School Zone
If Cincinnati City Council approves the proposal, each of the city's 154 school zones would eventually get brighter LED street lights to help prevent pedestrian-involved crashes.
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