Click on the title to see the updated project plan...
In 2008, Reid & I decided to take on the rehab/restoration of this condemned building on one of the worst blocks in the city because we believed in the impact the streetcar would have on this section of the neighborhood. We knew that the block would improve, crime would decrease, and blight would be replaced by other rehabbers like us. Adding the 24 hour presence of people on the streetcar would force the open air drug markets indoors and help create a more mixed income neighborhood. It's incredibly reassuring to hear Mayor Mallory's announcememnt yesterday that the streetcar WILL happen! We're counting on it at 1700 Vine Street!
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
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Not if the COAST + company folks get their way. Check this out to see what they are trying to put on the November 2011 Cincinnati ballot:
Filing deadline for the petitions is Aug. 10. Please warn your friends that this amendment would choke off any kind of rail development for a generation.
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