Cincinnati’s City Manager is warning city council, and opponents of privatized parking, of the drastic cuts coming if the parking deal is not approved.
Milton Dohoney wrote a memo to city council, outlining a list of all the budget cuts to take place should they choose not to accept the privatized parking deal. Some of the cuts include money for neighborhood community development, layoffs to city police and fire employees, and the closing of some swimming pools.
A vote on approving the deal could come as early as next week.
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