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- December 5, 2012
- City Partners With SoMoLend
The City of Cincinnati, continuing its support of small businesses, is entering into an agreement with SoMoLend, a first-of-its kind web-based lending platform that connects small businesses with organizational lenders.
- November 30, 2012
- TQL To Create 80 New Jobs In Westwood
Total Quality Logistics will create 80 new jobs in Westwood as part of a Job Creation Tax Credit agreement approved this week by Cincinnati City Council.
- November 26, 2012
- Recommended Budget Invests In Growth
Today, Cincinnati City Manager Milton Dohoney, Jr. presented his proposed 2013 budget to Mayor Mark Mallory that continues to invest in the growth Cincinnati has been experiencing while using five areas to address the $34 million deficit.
- September 17, 2012
- Design Competition: Fort Washington Way Decks
The City of Cincinnati, with non-profit and corporate support, is announcing a design competition, "Connect the Blocks," to establish a vision for the decks over Fort Washington Way between Main Street and Elm Street to connect the Central Business District to The Banks.
- September 14, 2012
- City Saves Residents $163 On Natural Gas Bills
The City of Cincinnati is savings residents $163 annually on their natural gas bills, just as winter approaches.
- August 23, 2012
- Fuel Hedging Program Saving Money
The City of Cincinnati's fuel hedging program has produced more than $200,000 in gains since the program began in 2011.
- July 30, 2012
- Deal To Rehab Historic Enquirer Building
A deal to help boost the local economy outlines a new use for the historic Enquirer Building on Vine Street in the Central Business District.
- July 27, 2012
- Economic Investment Brings Hundreds Of Jobs
Rough Brothers is relocating its jobs to Bond Hill, and Meyer Tool is expanding its presence in Camp Washington.
- July 26, 2012
- Groundbreaking For New Westwood Fire Station
City of Cincinnati officials and the Westwood community broke ground at the site of the new Fire Station 35 for the City's second busiest fire company.
- April 26, 2012
- Cincinnati Chooses 100% Green Electricity
Cincinnati will be the first major city in America to choose a 100% "green" electricity supply for its eligible residents and small businesses.
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