The debate over Cincinnati streetcar funding has been the talk of the town since the initial announcement came months ago, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t still building with intensity as our areas early voting push gets closer and closer.
With the cost for taxpayers looming in the air, a group of anti-tax protestors recently began to urge the city’s residents to stand up and speak out on the expected costs with a petition set to prevent city finances for the rail project for the next ten years.
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