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Newsmakers: June 16, 2013

Updated: Wednesday, November 27 2013, 02:51 PM EST

Part One

This has been a
busy and eventful week around Cincinnati City Hall. Early in the week,
City Council received the latest update on the gaping $870 million
dollar gap in the city's underfunded retirement
program. Then on Tuesday, the Ohio appeals court reversed Judge
Winkler's March judgment, that the city had improperly used emergency
legislation to monetize its parking system. Then on Thursday night, the
four declared candidates for Mayor of Cincinnati, met in their first
public debate.

To try to help us understand all the moving
parts, Dan was joined by Yvette Simpson, a Democrat, in her first term
on city council. Ms. Simpson is an attorney and is currently completing
an MBA.

Also on the show was Christopher Smitherman, a
independent, who is completing his second term on council. Mr.
Smitherman owns and runs a financial planning practice.

Part Two

Every
summer, there are things that there is opportunities for children to
come together and get some services and work together and have fun
together and one of the things this summer in the new Washington Park
is the Hopefest Elementary Education and Health festival. It's scheduled
for June 29th.

Dan was joined on the show by Sharman Bradley, organizer of the event and former vice president at City Gospel Mission.









Newsmakers: June 16, 2013


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